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[NS-CB-L] George MacMullin around late 1800's in Passchendale
by halmary
19 years, 9 months
FERGUSON SURNAME
by donna walford
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] Cape Breton County Census 1891 and 1901
by List user
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] MacDonalds of East Lake Ainslie
by Mark MacDonald
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] Morrison's of East Bay
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19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] Alexander MacKay of Grand River
by Alexander M. MacKay
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] Re: McNeil chapter from "To the Hills of Boisdale"
by Paul Burke
19 years, 9 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] MacLean
by Paul Burke
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] M(a)clean
by Joan Nelson
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] SCOTTISH WEBSITE
by Peter J. Tibbett
19 years, 9 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Re: MacLean Families
by Lark & Victor Szick
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] New issue genealogy magazine posted
by Rick Roberts
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] Re: MacLean Families
by Paul Burke
19 years, 9 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] MacLean
by Paul Burke
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] Angus Sadie and Tom Fletcher - Dominion / Sydney
by Vivian
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] New
by Kathryn Downey
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] SCOTTISH RESEARCH
by Peter J. Tibbett
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] MacLean
by Paul Burke
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] (N.S.-C.B.)REID.MACLEOD
by Kenneth Jupe
19 years, 9 months
[NS-CB-L] CLOAK, HODDARD, DOREN, circa 1827
by List user
19 years, 9 months
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