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[Notts] Worksop War Heros
by Someone @ Softalk79
20 years, 7 months
William BOOTH
by List user
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help
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SAYWELLS and the lacemakers of Calais
by Tim Morland
20 years, 6 months
FW:Again - Crown Street School photograph
by Susan Nicholson
20 years, 6 months
Surname Interests in Mansfield and Sutton-in-Ashfield
by Heather Faulkes
20 years, 6 months
Notts Parish Church Photos
by Heather Faulkes
20 years, 6 months
Re: Textile industry in Nottingham
by Sheila M MARTIN
20 years, 6 months
Book "Nottingham Lace"
by Revae
20 years, 6 months
THE MOODIE BOOK [2]... ... ...
by Ken Markham
20 years, 6 months
THE MOODIE BOOK... ... ... [1]... ... ...
by Ken Markham
20 years, 6 months
The Moodleys... ... ...
by Ken Markham
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newspaper
by Tom Cooper
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Textile industry in Nottingham
by Thomas Kendall
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Census Records 1841-1891
by Jayne McHugh
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stevenson
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Thomas FERN - soldier
by Jayne McHugh
20 years, 7 months
Royal servants
by Richard Brown
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The Moodie Blues... ... ...
by Ken Markham
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Lacemakers of Calais
by Gillian Kelly
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