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Subject: Re: Fw: Clues from Lists-Indexes, vol. 202 (Chanc. Proc. Supplement,Eliz. I)
Date: 16 May 2007 05:28:51 -0700
On May 16, 12:55 pm, John Brandon <> wrote:
> He got a number of good benefits out of it, I think (being able to
> boast a little to someone presumably interested about articles of his
> coming out). On the other hand, even though he had personally
> inspected the St. Katherine-by-Tower parish register on microfilm in
> Salt Lake City, I wasn't allowed to know the exact wording of the
> Gifford-Temple marriage record, because he was going to write it up in
> a note to be published, along with some other marriages.
Maybe he felt sorry for you and believed you when you "pretended" to
be interested. There's nothing unusual in retaining research results
pending possible publication - standard professional practice. And
you work in a library - why can't you find journal articles yourself?
While I was extracting the late 16th century records from All Hallows
Barking, I also transcribed this particular entry of 1650, from the
register-copies at the Guildhall Library, along with other
contemporaneous Giffords from a third neighbouring parish. It's not
Why don't you ask Douglas to extract them for you - he's at SLC much
of the time, and appears keen to support you.