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From: Martin Willis <>
Subject: [CHS] Re: Meaning of 'din' in Monumental Inscription?
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2002 14:09:13 +1000
Many thanks to all who responded to my post querying MI abbreviation 'din'. The definitive answer seems to have been provided (amongst others) by Lyn Marbury ('The Source', as it were) as follows:
>It will be 'died in infancy' . I helped do these so I hope it wasn't one of
>mine. After a few hours in the graveyard one does get a bit slap-happy. We
>had hot sunny weather that summer and it was really good fun doing Davenham
>MIs. Regards, Lyn
Thanks to Lyn, Liz P, Elaine H, Christine C, John P, Wendy B & others for providing the original MIs and/or helpful/amusing suggestions.
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