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From: William Innes <>
Subject: Re: [ABERDEEN] Charles Innes.
Date: Wed, 11 Apr 2012 16:22:39 -0700
On 11/04/2012 9:05 AM, George Brander wrote:
> The newspapers are the Forres Gazette, Morayshire Advertiser and Elgin
> The Local Heritage Services for Moray, located in Elgin who run the Libindx
> site will be able to give you details of the newspaper announcement or
> obituary, if you are fortunate it may have details of the funeral service.
> All you need to do is email your query.The link is at the top left hand
> corner of the Libindx site
> Please do not take this advice the wrong way but if you are searching for
> ancestors in the Moray area you should also post in the rootsweb Moray list.
> On 11 April 2012 19:26, William Innes<> wrote:
>> Charles Innes died on the 12 Feb.1864 at the age of 81 at Mrs.Sim's
>> Hotel in Branderburgh which is part of Lossiemouth.
>> His DE shows that it was registered in the parish of Drainie.in the
>> County of Elgin.
>> Libindx tells me that his obit appeared in three newspapers.
>> FG, death, 16/02/1864 Page 3/Column 6
>> MA, death, 17 Feb.1864 Page 4/Column 5
>> Courant, death, 18/02/1864 Page 8/Column 6
>> Is there a site where I might be able to find these articles. I am also
>> trying to find where he was buried.
>> William in Montreal
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I try to be open minded about things George. I should have sent this
message to the Moray list and have now done so.
I was under the impression that the people in the Aberdeen list would be
able to help?????????????????????
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