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I was once told by an American psychotherapist that the Irish have serious problems with bereavement. Apparently we find it very hard to let go. Maybe that’s the reason we have such a thing about graveyards. Because we certainly do have a thing about graveyards.
[City cemetery, Belfast, Ireland, October 1918. American National Red Cross Collection in the
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C.]
You can read a short biography of John Grenham at Legacy Family Tree's website but, sadly, you've a month late to hear his webinar "Why are Irish records so weird?" for free.
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