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These are in fact wonderful ideas in regarding blogging. You have touched some good points here. Any way keep up wrinting.
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Parish profile looks brillant - missing piece theme is very good idea and the opportunities look exciting. Praying for the person God has chosen to be that missing piece!
yes, that's sensible, thankyou
That's fine, perhaps it might be better if they were to email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy link people up without sharing addresses on the site"
hello. my mother margaret jones may have cousins living in there area. her mother was marjorie robb, later married name was bassett, she moved to wales. marjorie had just over 10 siblings growing up in new deer. can any potential cousins reply on this guest book?
I have asked at church and had no feedback yet - will keep asking though sorry
hi i used to live in newdeer in the 80=s m looking to contact a family surname paul=christopher paul . any info would be super thanks in advance
Very nice site!
Can anyone tell me if the churchyard opposite St. Kane,s Church has a name, I have my ancestors in there and would love to know if it does actually have a name, thank you email@example.com Christine X Bless you all and the Pastor there XXX
Thanks for your kind comments!
Keep it cmiong, writers, this is good stuff.
visited your beautiful churchyard , on sunday 27th march 2011,looking for my grandmothers plot , she was named elizabeth jane dalgarno .
i found a william dalgarno & then went to your local shop who informed me of the other graveyard near the culsh monument .
on entering the cemetary , the heavens opened , but that didnt dampen my search , and i mananged to locate 10 plots of Dalgarno family .
one plot had flowers and a card "from the dalgarno family "
are there any dalgarnos still around New deer? i trien to find the farm where my grandmother was born it was called "Denhead of Auchmaliddie " , anyone know if it still exists , i couldnt find it on my brief stop . its a long way from newcastle to new deer . i can be contacted by email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ancestory records can be obtained from the Registrar in Maud: Tel 011441771613666
Paul Read (Pastor)
Hello, I am from Canada and am researching my family tree. My ancestors are from New Deer so I was interested in finding the cemetery records. Could you tell me if these are available? Thank you.
I've been looking for an actual address for the church on your website and can't find one. I don't live in New Deer and am due to attend a funeral there. Maybe an address and map would be useful for others visiting your site. You don't come up on yell.com either. Your site does looks like you have a nice friendly congregation though.
Thanks for stopping by and for the suggestion - there is a link to a map of our location on the front page in the paragraph starting "St. Kane's is a Church of Scotland..." but we'll try to make it more obvious. The church is on Church Crescent - once you get to New Deer you can't miss it as it has a big clock tower.
Thanks for your kind comments, we took a look at your website and are blown away by all you do in your church. May God continue to bless your ministry. Are Youth for Christ present in your area?Our family volunteer with North East Scotland Youth for Christ see www.nesyfc.org.uk.
Love in Christ from all at St Kane's
I found your site through Pastor Paul Read's comments on Rick Warren's webpage on prayer for pastors. I serve as a Sunday School teacher with senior adults in our church. The St. Kane's Church site is excellent! To GOD be the glory! Take care and keep looking UP--Jesus is coming soon!
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