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Significant Dates: 1651-1700
by Jim Pollard or Hilary Brookes
21 years, 10 months
Thomas Moore
by Kathleen B. Woodward
21 years, 10 months
RE: 1881 census BRADLEY, MOORE
by Renfrew Genealogy
21 years, 10 months
shepheard, clay, rose,smedley
by susan holmes
21 years, 10 months
Re: Scaddan/Scadden/Scadding
by Rod Neep
21 years, 10 months
Scaddan/Scadden/Scadding
by Nelvis
21 years, 10 months
Re: 1881 census BRADLEY, MOORE
by John MELLORS
21 years, 10 months
1881 census - BACON some born USA!
by Rod Neep
21 years, 10 months
1881 census BRADLEY, MOORE
by Rod Neep
21 years, 10 months
Significant Dates: 1603-1650
by Jim Pollard or Hilary Brookes
21 years, 10 months
1881 census
by Joan White
21 years, 10 months
1881 census
by Joan White
21 years, 10 months
Infant Mortality
by Jim Pollard or Hilary Brookes
21 years, 10 months
Population Movement
by Jim Pollard or Hilary Brookes
21 years, 10 months
Significant Dates: 1527-1603
by Jim Pollard or Hilary Brookes
21 years, 10 months
MY NOTTINGHAMSHIRE SURNAMES
by JESSIE PITT
21 years, 10 months
RESEARCHING MABBOTT
by Ernest Tufft
21 years, 10 months
Seeking PERCY family information
by Will Lockwood
21 years, 10 months
Re: Nottingham Pubs
by Rod Neep
21 years, 10 months
Re: Nottingham Pubs
by Jim Pollard or Hilary Brookes
21 years, 10 months
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