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Re: RE: [NS-CB-L] Mabou Pioneers
by margie Brennan
16 years
Re: [NS-CB-L] MacDougalls
by margie Brennan
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Forgotten CEMETERY HISTORY near Halifax...Deadmans Island
by Carol MacLean
16 years
[NS-CB-L] MacDougalls
by Alex Gillis
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Obit:Mrs.STEVE MacKENZIE; JOHN R. CLARK; Rev.T.D.F. EVERETTE
by List user
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Obituary for Margaret (Penney) Keene - Age 103
by List user
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Great News...1871 Cape Breton County Census now on CD
by Carol MacLean
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Baby Girl Monahan Born 1908
by Patty Anderson
16 years
Re: RE: [NS-CB-L] Mabou Pioneers
by bill nicholson
16 years
RE: [NS-CB-L] Mabou Pioneers
by Don MacFarlane
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Obits:SMITH PATTERSON,Roger's Hill;CHARLES ARBUCKLE,Merigomish;ANGUS MacQUARRIE
by List user
16 years
Re: [NS-CB-L] North Sydney Historical Museum
by List user
16 years
[NS-CB-L] McDonald/McInnis
by List user
16 years
[NS-CB-L] North Sydney Historical Museum
by Ted Moffatt
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Born in River Bourgeois 112 years ago, sister may be one of world's oldest
by Carol MacLean
16 years
[NS-CB-L] ADDRESSES FOR NORTH SYDNEY HISTORICAL MUSEUM.....
by Carol MacLean
16 years
[NS-CB-L] YOUNG family of Mabou
by Joanne Hazel Harrison
16 years
Re: [NS-CB-L] Mabou Pioneers
by bill nicholson
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Mabou Pioneers
by Joanne Hazel Harrison
16 years
[NS-CB-L] Tewksbury Almshouse - FLORA McKENNA, dau. ANNA McKENNA
by List user
16 years
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