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Question: Some of the records found at Australia, Tasmania, Civil Registration, 1803-1933 > Launceston and country districts > Births appear to have records different from the browse point description. Is the a list of the correct browse point descriptions
Answer: Following is a list of the known discrepancies in the browse point names.
• RGD 33/24. Births, country districts, Bothwell to Glamorgan, 1838-1850 waypoint should be renamed RGB 33/24, Births, Launceston 1850 - 1852.
• RGD 33/26. Births, country districts, G-M, 1839-1850 should be renamed RGD 33/26 Births, country districts, B- G 1839 - 1850.
• RGD 33/27 Births, country districts, N-W, 1839-1850 should be renamed RGD 33/27 G -M 1839 - 1850.
• RGD 33/28. Births, 1851, Launceston should be renamed RGD 33/28 Births N - W 1839 - 1851

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