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[Notts] How to search 1901 census for an ID number?
by Kit Withers
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[Notts] FISH - Hamilton, Ontario, Canada death notice
by JayneCanada
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Re: [Notts] 1841 Census
by Ron Hawthorne
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Re: [Notts] St Anns Maps
by Ron Hawthorne
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[Notts] test
by Paul Nix
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[Notts] Finningley
by Lynette Ann Baker
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[Notts] Re: NOTTSGEN-D Digest V02 #415
by Brian Leake
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[Notts] Re: problem on "(CUL) Dorithie Denn Message"
by Gilly Taylor
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Re: [Notts] Finningley
by david stott
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Re: [Notts] Finningley
by Guy Etchells
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[Notts] Stamford Mercury 1812
by Janet
17 years, 2 months
[Notts] Crystal Palace Pub
by Christine Sandmann
17 years, 2 months
[Notts] Re:Sheila Greenall
by Christine Sandmann
17 years, 2 months
[Notts] BYRON & NEWBOLD of East Drayton, Notts. 1664-1835
by Kit Withers
17 years, 2 months
RE: [Notts] St Anns
by Bertins Robert
17 years, 2 months
Re: [Notts] Finningley
by List user
17 years, 2 months
[Notts] census details 2001
by ianr.charles
17 years, 2 months
[Notts] St Anns
by peter.woodward
17 years, 2 months
Re: [Notts] 1841 Census
by List user
17 years, 2 months
Re: [Notts] British citizens born in Calais, France
by Brian SHAW
17 years, 2 months
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