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hunbun Posted - 01 December 2010 : 21:23:11
Hi all
I havent posted on here for a while but am hoping some kind person will be able to help. Firstly i am trying to locate the grave of a Jane Stewart (m/s Heatlie) who died aged 38 on Nov 13 1916 in Galashiels. I live in England so have no possible way of looking up the newspaper reports for that area. I am also looking for her daughter Margaret Stewart who died aged 2 in 1913 at the Cottage Hospital in Galashiels, they may well of been buried togther but not sure. Also does anyone know if the monumental inscriptions for Galashiels are available to buy?
Thankyou in advance
Dawn
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terianne Posted - 11 February 2011 : 14:25:24
Borders family history society have recorded the main eastlands cemetery in Galashiels not sure if all the smaller ones have been done - I think its know available on CD

email them and ask also check out the publications list and what's new section of the website



Anne Turnbull
epfborders Posted - 05 December 2010 : 19:38:54
see response in People and Ancestry topic

Elma

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