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|Janet||Report||29 May 2005 21:55|
Hi I'm hitting a brick wall looking for a Jane Cruickshanks in S.W Scotland early 1800's. Have now decided that since we are on the Irish sea coast it's just possible that Jane and her family were from Ireland!!! Does anyone know of a good site to locate Irish bmd records? I don't know which area in Ireland i'd be looking at but I have her marriage certificate and death certificate and know her parents names and her year of birth. Cheers Janet