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Apprenticeship records early 1700's
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Lambley Parish Records
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Re: [NTT] NOTTSGEN Digest, Vol 2, Issue 378
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Thank you - Marriages in 1844, Basford
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Test
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Marriages in 1844, Basford - online?
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Notts & Derbys Regiment
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Trying to trace my ancestors.
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More Marriages from Nottm Church of St Ann
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More Marriages from Nottm Church of St Ann
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Eakring records
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More Marriages from Nottm Church of St Ann
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Looking for Information Sewell Family
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