UK, England, Cumberland—Parish Registers, 1590–1960 [Part A] [MQ3W-QT2]
I have returned this but I have run into this several times now. I do not know what to do with information. Can someone shed some light on it for me.
Thanks in advance for your appreciated help,
Since you returned the batch, no one can open it to see what you need help with0
I am assuming these cards are death records because there is a D in front of the given name and sometimes S which I think is for stillborn. Has anyone had a batch like this and know for sure if it is death records? Thank you0
@jeanspratling1 D can also mean daughter and S for son which would make them baptism/ christening/ birth records - we really can't assume - many etymology sources show the word stillbirth did not come into use until the 19th century and was not generally used in parish records0