I've only seen a few like that in RC records. One was date related. IE The
record was written in a space at the end of the previous month and was
re-written later in its correct place. The other was a RUBRIC error, where
the scribe wrote the entry under an old method/language, but crossed it out
and re-entered it under new rules. There was one occasion where the scribe
wrote in the wrong part of the book - a birth record in the marriages part.
On 4 December 2011 03:18, magda <mag_ton@...> wrote:
> That's interesting about the marriage record & " backing out " . When a
> child's baptism is crossed out , does it mean he was deceased ?? I know I
> have seen them with crosses " + " around the baptism when they are deceased
> but what does it mean when the entire baptism is crossed out ?? No notes
> either to gain a clue .
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