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Broynach is shown on the 1880's survey maps as a small village on the border
of the Thurso and Olrig parishes
Ian Sinclair, Melbourne
From: Margaret Stokes <email@example.com>
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Date: Sunday, 8 October 2000 10:50
>Sure - I'll check on batch numbers for people! :) Assery and Broynach
>don't have any specific batch numbers as it wasn't a parish as such. I
>believe Assery and Broynach fell under Thurso, but check Halkirk as well
>just in case. I'm a little hampered in judging the best parish to search
>under as I don't have a old map.
>Basically the IGI was microfilmed by parish and not by town, so you need to
>look at what parish they fell under. Did you keep the batch numbers for
>Thurso and Halkirk? If not, let me know and I'll send them again.
>At 04:57 AM 8/10/00, you wrote:
>> Does your recent message to the discussion list mean you will check on
>> batch numbers for anyone? I need to check on the parrishs of Assery and
>> Broynach (sp) Braynoch. I have already been through all the microfiche
>> of the LDS, but have to go through again to look for my 5xgreat
>> grandfather with his name we knew him by as being possibly being his
>> middle name rather than his first name.
>> Thank for any help you can give me.
>> Donna St. Clair Willis
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