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Surnames List
by Hugh Winters
21 years
CHILDS 1881
by Rod Neep
21 years
CHILDS BARNES WARSOP WILCOCK
by Christine Childs
21 years
Trades:Glover and Attorney?
by Richard Brown
21 years
Trades:Glover and Attorney?
by List user
21 years
PARR Research
by Ian F. Guilliatt
21 years
Re: Grammar on the Internet
by John Poxon
21 years
Re: Grammar on the internet
by Harold Singleton
21 years
Re: Lincs list
by Geoff Bradley
21 years
Re: NOTTSGEN-D Digest V98 #500
by List user
21 years
Mafeking Terrace - Gateford Road
by Susan Nicholson
21 years
BURNETT of Sherwood.
by Burnett-web
21 years
Fearn
by Sharon Charles
21 years
Re: Grammar on the Internet
by Jan Bamford
21 years
Re: Duckmanton
by Craig Kerry
21 years
Re: Fw: Boxing Day
by Clive Holland
21 years
Re: NOTTSGEN-D Digest V98 #500
by List user
21 years
Duckmanton
by Tom Cooper
21 years
Re; Fearn
by Trevor Marshall
21 years
1891 census and Walter BURTON (1837-1902)
by Mike Casselden
21 years
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