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    #8863
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    Baptism and Christening are not strictly the same thing. I have people baptised who then underwent an Adult Christening. And I have people who were baptised TWICE – usually as a non-conformist, then Church of England.

    A body could be buried, then exhumed for cremation. And ashes from a Cremation can be later buried in (say) a spouse’s grave.

    No need for these sanity checks in my book.

    Paul

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