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Re: Re: Link: Top tips for Ordering Certificates for NI counties
« Reply #11 on: Tuesday 31 October 17 22:59 GMT (UK) »
It's a 6 page thread
http://www.rootschat.com/forum/index.php?topic=781043.0
Knock yourselves out.
???? Have I done anything wrong untoward's by asking for help on another thread Sinann?
as I'm at a lost end.
So I asked what I could do next and your replied Was I hadn't told you where my friend was from!?
Don't get it ! As you didn't ask me what part of Ireland my friend was from in the first place.. & I didn't know to be honest
Then still didn't reply when I asked was there anything I could do - so Im sorry that my friend happened to of moved to Belfast

You haven't done anything wrong but I've given you all this information more than once, you just need to read back through the thread and the PMs, everything you need is there. If you gave your friend the money for the Certs than perhaps her mother would be willing to just buy them for you, they are very cheap.

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Re: Re: Link: Top tips for Ordering Certificates for NI counties
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 31 October 17 23:16 GMT (UK) »
Your message states - You never said your friend was from Northern Ireland.
Of course she can't get it there, they don't do Republic of Ireland stuff.
So therefor if my friend couldn't get the cert - then what would make it any easier for hur mother to get one.
And I appogise you repeated yourself but I am knew to Roots and as a message got answered another appeared so I'm still finding my bearings.

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Re: Re: Link: Top tips for Ordering Certificates for NI counties
« Reply #13 on: Tuesday 31 October 17 23:52 GMT (UK) »
Your message states - You never said your friend was from Northern Ireland.
Of course she can't get it there, they don't do Republic of Ireland stuff.
So therefor if my friend couldn't get the cert - then what would make it any easier for hur mother to get one.
And I appogise you repeated yourself but I am knew to Roots and as a message got answered another appeared so I'm still finding my bearings.

I thought you said her mother was across the border.
Did I not read somewhere?

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Re: Trying to find a Marriage Certificate in Dublin
« Reply #14 on: Thursday 02 November 17 14:04 GMT (UK) »
I thought this site was to help NOT hinder.
Have you lot ever asked for anything twice!!!!

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Re: Trying to find a Marriage Certificate in Dublin
« Reply #15 on: Thursday 02 November 17 19:47 GMT (UK) »
I thought this site was to help NOT hinder.
Have you lot ever asked for anything twice!!!!

Bambam.........a Private Message will be with you soon.
Maggsie
Hi Maggisie
Much appreciated my thought entirely..
I believe if you haven't got anything nice to say then don't bother saying nothing 🤐
I personally felt a touch just a touch humiliated by a member that had ignored 2 pm's - yet follow's me to another thread to Quote "it's a 6 page thread with the link & say knock yourself out!
Why not write it in the pm as it was the same I wrote on the thread only 10 minutes before....
People need to walk in a persons shoes to know where  there head as been the past year..
But still have respect for others feelings...
But some people do not have empathy or Compassion - good job there are still some kind & "patient" people in the world X

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Re: Trying to find a Marriage Certificate in Dublin
« Reply #16 on: Thursday 02 November 17 20:23 GMT (UK) »
I do believe that is directed at me.
I must say I am very very disappointed. I spent a great deal of time explaining how to get the cert, not just on threads but by PM as well.
Not to mention all the time I spent on the search in the first place.
The knock your self out comment was meant for the posters who were asking questions already answered in the other thread and not directed at you bambam, perhaps that wasn't clear, apologies if that is the case but none the less the comments made in the last two post are totally undeserved.
I'm very hurt, all I tried to do was help and have got insults in return.
I hope you solve your family riddle and I'm glad I helped but very sorry none of it was appricated and I was totally misunderstood.