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From: "Linda Shea" <>
Subject: Re: [ONT] Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid question
Date: Fri, 08 Sep 2000 23:05:09 GMT
The reference number tells you who the organization is that contributed the
information. i.e. MX is the London Middlesex Branch of the Ontario
Genealogical Society and the number 152, I believe is the publication
number. You can order the cemetery transcrpt from them or they may do a
lookup for you. There is a list of all the contributing organization on the
OCFA web site. It has all the addresses and those that are online they have
a link to their site. Hope this helps.
>From: Ian Alexander <>
>Subject: [ONT] Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid question
>Date: Fri, 08 Sep 2000 20:40:41 +0100
>I'm finding the OCFA a really great source of information but I have a
>couple of basic questions about the search results. Do the references,
>i.e MX-152-3, refer to an individual grave, in other words if two people
>both have the same reference does that definitely mean that they are
>buried together? Also, can it be assumed that references which are
>consecutive refer to graves which are next to each other, i.e. is it
>reasonable to assume that MX-152-2 and MX-152-3 are adjacent?
>Thanks in advance,
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