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emeltee

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Free Reg has a transcripton for a baptism which took place in Harewood, Yorkshire, in 1615. In the notes it says 'plac. antea' Does anyone have any idea what this means, please.
 

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Thanks Julie. I had actually tried looking up the phrase and antea was the only bit I could get translated. I was wondering if it was implying that the entry was late bring entered into the register.
 

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