Also from this page: https://www.fenagh.com/history/american-wake/
"During the week before his leaving, the emigrant would make calls throughout the parish to inform his friends and neighbors of his intentions in every cabin cottage or farmhouse visited he would get a warm welcome and he would bestowed with blessings and good wishes, followed by questions about departure time and where in America he was headed. Between all this small talk was an invitation to the home of the emigrants parents on the night before he was going. Those invited were not obliged to attend but almost all did, just as they attended funerals. It was something like a point of honor and those absent without good reason would receive the same response when one of their own died or went to America. In those days people made very little difference between going to America and going to the grave."
With Withmore's grid system being limited as it is, it means people might not be able to contact the outside so easily. So does this mean there's a Withmore Wake tradition for immigrants who come to the dome?
I know this is silly lore but it's got me curious now. Thanks for considering my question.