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    1. [TRANSCRIPTIONS-AUS] Changes to Cemeteries of SW Victoria Information
    2. Ian Marr
    3. I have made a change to the Cemetery Stats page on the SW Victoria Cemeteries site. >From the main index, you can access statistical info about each Cemetery by clicking on the 'Cem STATS' link. I have now added the year of the earliest and most recent deaths recorded in the index for each Cemetery. This should give everyone a good "feel" for the date range covered by the headstone transcriptions included. Don't forget, also, that there is a bonus extra available from the home page - the first 1000 (well over 900) names transcribed from the Warrnambool Lawn section. Click on the 'Warrnambool BONUS' link next to the 'Cemeteries of SW Victoria' link Regards, Ian MARR This message can be considered to be in the public domain. Member A.I.G.S (11528) 14.5m above sea-level at 38°23'15"S by 142°36'04"E Some people worry about their past catching up with them - I'm trying to catch up with my past Home Page: http://home.vicnet.net.au/~marr/ Extensive S.W. Victorian Cemetery Indexes on above site Personal Blog: http://marrtian-chronicles.blogspot.com/ Blog for the adventurous: http://prankstirrers.blogspot.com/

    11/07/2008 10:38:06