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From: "Pat Ashdown" <>
Subject: RE: [Lon] Mother's name on Certs
Date: Tue, 1 Nov 2005 21:52:57 -0000
Is anyone else as fed up as I am re this conversation. Can't we all shake
hands and forget it. This morning I caught a programme about a little boy
aged 12 being badly burnt on his face, neck, chest, arms etc. The
interviewer did say if you start moaning or whinging today about your life,
remember this little boy. He was right. There are far worse things out
there in the big wide world. Please let us get back to helping one another
and spreading a bit of light and happiness along the way.
From: Anne Peat [mailto:]
Sent: 01 November 2005 17:34
Subject: Re: [Lon] Mother's name on Certs
But before he said "Scotland is different' he said "I take it that you
are referring to England (and Wales)"
which makes it quite clear that we are talking about England and Wales.
He then answers the question.
Only a complete idiot could read it otherwise
- and I am sure that no one on the list, even the newbies to family
research, is that stupid.
On 1 Nov 2005, at 16:14, Eve McLaughlin wrote:
> In message <004101c5de80$a3dbd340$>, Bob
> Cunning <> writes
>> Exactly what is ambiguous in my message?
> You state Scotland is different and continue The mother's name has
> always been shown since birth certificates started in 1837. It is
> confusing to anyone beginning their research, who would take the latter
> statement to continue the other.
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