I'm happy to do transcribing for Donegal. I have relatives near Pettigo
so while I am a saint, I'm also hoping something good will turn up!
On 1/09/2014 8:02 AM, Dave H via wrote:
Indeed...have just been looking at photos taken over w/end from a
old g/yard in Donegal, a g/stone there for someone from Cambridge, England!
The oldest is dated 1652 but the graveyard was extremely overgrown until
recently but the cover has preserved the g/stones quite well.
It's only 85 photos or so for Donegal which I don't think anyone has
photographed for IGP from 4 cemeteries but better than nothing. The list
for Fermanagh has certainly grown!!
The few helpers currently trying to transcribe what is on the Fermanagh
g/stones are probably very busy so once they type out the text on
g/stones in hand I will send some photos in to IGP.
Do you have transcribers willing to assist for Donegal photos?
On 31/08/2014 21:40, Christina Hunt via wrote:
> This points out why you shouldn't rely on the Fermanagh pages alone. There are
> people who were born in Fermanagh but are buried in other Counties, so check
> out the search engine on the main IGP Archives page too.
Fermanagh Townlands http://www.townlands.ie/fermanagh/
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