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Re: WEBSTER 1747
by Jan Chalmers
20 years, 1 month
Re: [NTT] Great Northern Railway records
by Ron Hawthorne
20 years, 1 month
HENSONs
by Dorothy E. Blais
20 years, 1 month
Hannah Johnson 1851
by Brian F Johnson
20 years, 1 month
Re: [NTT] information
by Lesley Chaney
20 years, 1 month
information
by FG
20 years, 1 month
Hayton
by Carole Stancer
20 years, 1 month
Research Areas
by List user
20 years, 1 month
Re: [NTT] Occupations Priest & Judge
by Schwarz family
20 years, 1 month
Re: NOTTSGEN-D Digest V99 #473
by Brian Leake
20 years, 1 month
Re: NOTTSGEN-D Digest V99 #474
by kglisson
20 years, 1 month
Re [NTT] New to Area
by S Turner
20 years, 1 month
HAMBLETON / GAUNT
by Alan Watson
20 years, 1 month
Duroses
by Liz Parkinson
20 years, 1 month
FITZWALTER, 1730s Nottingham Wood carver
by Suella Postles
20 years, 1 month
Re: [NTT] 1950's notts maps now on web page
by Ivan Sanders
20 years, 1 month
[Fwd: Re: [NTT] SMALLEY]
by Gareth Watkins
20 years, 1 month
Occupations Priest & Judge
by Ian
20 years, 1 month
Southwell
by Barrie and Pat Fines
20 years, 1 month
1950's notts maps now on web page
by Ron Hawthorne
20 years, 1 month
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