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scotsgirl44 Posted - 01 October 2008 : 10:15:18
Which graveyard would I find details for my ancestors who lived in Ladhope?

Shona Conroy
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Forum-Master Posted - 23 August 2009 : 02:01:14
The MI (gravestones inscription) for Ladhope is now available.

It's called Galashiels - Old Ladhope and is priced at 10 plus postage.
Peter Munro Posted - 28 October 2008 : 19:32:34
Probably in Ladhope burial ground in Galashiels, or possibly in Galashiels - Eastlands, depending on the date of burial.

A full transcription of the gravestones in each graveyard is in progress.


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