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Heather
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Small Request for anyone that might be visiting SP Centre

Post by Heather » Mon May 03, 2021 3:21 pm

Hello,

I am asking for a small bit of assistance to anyone that might be visiting the SP Centre.

In 2006 I had visited Edinburgh to do some research. At that time I had made a note of
a marriage. As I recall I may not have been able to make a print image of the document
and wrote the details by hand. At this point I am trying to confirm the name of the church
where the wedding took place. I had written : "St. Mimianard St. R.C. Church". All
these years on I would like to know which Church and am unable to find anything that
even closes resembles "St. Miminard".

This is the record, I anyone is visiting and would not mind to take a look, I'd appreciate
another pair of eyes looking at the spelling of the Church location.

LYNCH
FRANCES MARY
MCMANUS
JOHN PATRICK
1952
685/3 344
Canongate and Portobello

Thanks very much.

Heather
Ottawa, Canada
Fulton, Murdoch, McLean, Graham, McMath, Agnew, Lynch, Lidster, Gordon, Tosh, Harvie

Heather
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Re: Small Request for anyone that might be visiting SP Centre

Post by Heather » Mon May 03, 2021 4:16 pm

Also, if the name of the grooms father appears would you please let me know the name ?
I made no note, unsure if it was not listed or I neglected to write it down. :?
Fulton, Murdoch, McLean, Graham, McMath, Agnew, Lynch, Lidster, Gordon, Tosh, Harvie

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Re: Small Request for anyone that might be visiting SP Centre

Post by AndrewP » Mon May 03, 2021 7:47 pm

Hi Heather,

The ScotlandsPeople Centre remains closed to the general public. It opens to commercial researchers for half-day sessions only from tomorrow, and is limited to only 9 visitors in the search room during each session. There is no date set yet for re-opening to the general public for their research, so, help with your research may not be able to be forthcoming for a while yet.

https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/visit-us

As for the church: how about Ss Ninian and Triduana R. C. Church?
https://stninianandtriduanarcedinburgh.com/

All the best,

AndrewP

Heather
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Re: Small Request for anyone that might be visiting SP Centre

Post by Heather » Mon May 03, 2021 8:12 pm

Hi Andrew,

Thank you very much for the reply. I understood the facility was reopening but was not aware of
the restrictions to commercial researchers only. Ahh .. in a few months hopefully things will all in
all look so much better.

The church - yes - I actually looked at this one. The location makes sense (it would have been in
the same area of the brides' home). The street name still throws me off though. Thanks - I'll have
to research the church itself a little further.

Have a good evening there,

Heather
Fulton, Murdoch, McLean, Graham, McMath, Agnew, Lynch, Lidster, Gordon, Tosh, Harvie

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