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Re: [NTT] Samuel SPRAY of New Basford born circa 1855
by Kara Oosterman
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Re: [NTT] Samuel SPRAY of New Basford born circa 1855
by Kara Oosterman
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Samuel SPRAY of New Basford born circa 1855
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Shop Man
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Shop Man
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OUT OF PLACE
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Re: [NTT] Pleasley/Pleasley Hill, Mansfield
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Re: [NTT] Pleasley/Pleasley Hill, Mansfield
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Re: [NTT] Pleasley/Pleasley Hill, Mansfield
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Re: [NTT] Pleaslley/Pleasley Hill, Mansfield
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Pleaslley/Pleasley Hill, Mansfield
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Re: [NTT] NOTTSGEN Digest, Vol 4, Issue 217
by Susan Hudson
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WW2 regiments - how to find out
by Mrs Watson
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Re: [NTT] George CLARKE - 1851 census Selston - occupation?
by Kara Oosterman
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Re: [NTT] George CLARKE - 1851 census Selston - occupation?
by Kara Oosterman
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George CLARKE - 1851 census Selston - occupation?
by Jean Wood
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Re: [NTT] George CLARKE - 1851 census Selston - occupation?
by Andy Micklethwaite
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Re: [NTT] George CLARKE - 1851 census Selston - occupation?
by Sheila Khan
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George CLARKE - 1851 census Selston - occupation?
by Andy Micklethwaite
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