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Forum-Master Posted - 01 August 2008 : 19:55:38
Please reply to this topic with your suggestions of Borders burial places, churchyards, cemeteries you would like to see researched.

If you're not sure what's been published, please see our Sales List, www.bordersfhs.org.uk/BordersFHS-SalesList.pdf.
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Forum-Master Posted - 23 October 2008 : 15:28:54
Brian,
I think people dying in Blainslie would probably be buried in Lauder, as it's the nearest; however Earlston is very close, too, and depending on which part of Blainslie, Melrose or Galashiels might be chosen instead.

As you probably know, we've published Earlston, Lauder, and Melrose - the complete list can be seen at http://www.bordersfhs.org.uk/BFHSMIAllVolumes.asp.

Peter Munro
Brian Stirling Posted - 03 August 2008 : 09:50:35
Hello Forum-Master.

I have no knowledge of requesting a search for burial grounds or church yards. I have recently asked Mary if she could tell me what parish, Blainslie would come under during the period 1700 to mid 1800s,thats all.

Regards. Brian.
daviddarling46 Posted - 02 August 2008 : 15:28:57
I would be really interested in any research done on Burials in the town of Duns; the male line of my family were originally from Duns.

Lindisfarne

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