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hunbun Posted - 22 November 2012 : 19:14:42
Hi all,
I am looking for a grave in Galashiels from 1916 does anyone know the best place to get this info from please. I live in England so cant get to scotland to search myself at the minute, so any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Dawn
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terianne Posted - 19 April 2013 : 20:28:31
What family namer r u looking 4

Anne Turnbull
relgycandy Posted - 18 February 2013 : 08:13:14
I am looking for a grave in Galashiels from 1916 does anyone know the best place to get this info from please. I live in England so cant get to scotland to search myself at the minute, so any help is appreciated.




hunbun Posted - 30 November 2012 : 21:25:03
Im looking for someone called Jane Hogg Stewart (heatlie)she was only 38 when she died in 1916, i have her death certificate already and she was living at Waverly place in galashiels with her nusband James Stewart. I will check hte research page as you said on your post.
Thanks
dawn
terianne Posted - 29 November 2012 : 22:24:27
the Council is a good source of data, but

Just one thing who are you looking for in galashiels

the Society have MI CD's for the cemeteries and I think the whole of galashiels has been nearly completed.

A lot of the researchers which are involved with the Society are based around the Galashiels area.

Might be a good Idea to contact the research section. see the details on this website.

Anne Turnbull
hunbun Posted - 29 November 2012 : 10:36:13
hi
Do you have a link for st boswells to contact them, i have googled it but cant seem to find where i need to go.
Thanks in advance
dawn
megb Posted - 22 November 2012 : 22:44:33
Contact the council offices at St Boswells. I did recently and they were able to give me the whereabouts of a burial which did not have a marker and was from some time ago,
I am looking for a grave in Galashiels from 1916 does anyone know the best place to get this info from please. I live in England so cant get to scotland to search myself at the minute, so any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Dawn
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