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[NS-CB-L] Annie Steele
by r.l.stimpson
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] PEI & NS families on 4 pgs of 1861 Kent NB census
by List user
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] Postal Codes and Thanks
by James E. Roberts
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] Postal Codes
by James E. Roberts
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] MACNEIL (MCNEIL?) Francis, Hector, Virgina: Circa 1853
by List user
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] OLD CHURCHES IN THE SOUTH BAR/LOW POINT AREA-Catholic
by List user
18 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] WW1
by Richard Noble
18 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] WW1
by EM Keys
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] WW1
by List user
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] Joe VALENTINE, born in Ashton In Makerfield, Wigan, England
by List user
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] more McIsaac info needed...
by Simon W. Buma
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] BOULARDERIE ISLAND/MCLEAN FAMILY CEMETERY
by List user
18 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Boularderie Island
by Donald SNOW
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] Re McPhee McFee Land Petition
by Vincent and Suzanne MacNeil
18 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Boularderie Island
by EM Keys
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] VALENTINE/PILLING/CROMPTON
by List user
18 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Boularderie Island
by Fred F Richaur
18 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Boularderie Island
by Fred F Richaur
18 years, 8 months
[NS-CB-L] Looking for Information
by lawrence naugle
18 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] St Josephs
by Tom & Rita Offer
18 years, 8 months
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