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Re: Lymburner Burying Grounds
Posted by: Debbi St. Louis Date: December 17, 2000 at 12:08:23
In Reply to: Re: Lymburner Burying Grounds by Garry Richards of 246

Hi Garry. I'm talking about the Lymburner Cemetery. It's in Caister Centre, a little town a zillion miles but with about 1000 people. hahaha. A lot of names that you mentioned sounded familiar. I will check with what I have and get back to you. Yes the cemetery has been transcribed and if you want to know anything, contact Brenda Young on this forum. She has EVERYTHING!!!! She can get you a copy and then some. Anyway, will let you know with what I come across



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