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Re: [NS-CB-L] Help
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[NS-CB-L] Post 1901 Census - Parliament in recess -- good time to Visit YOUR Parliamentarian!!!
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[NS-CB-L] John Thomas Walker and Douglas Richard Walker
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[NS-CB-L] John Thomas Walker and Douglas Richard Walker
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[NS-CB-L] Hardwood Hill Cemetery
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[NS-CB-L] John Thomas Walker and Douglas Richard Walker
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[NS-CB-L] Neil McPherson Death Certificate
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[NS-CB-L] Copy of Birth Certificate
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[NS-CB-L] MacLellan
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Re: [NS-CB-L] Halifax Herald Online
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Re: [NS-CB-L] Hardwood Hill Cemetery
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Re: [NS-CB-L] Hardwood Hill Cemetery
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Re: [NS-CB-L] Hardwood Hill Cemetery
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[NS-CB-L] Ellen Lahey & Thomas Hart
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