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Cape Breton obits for Fri. April 30, 2004
by Ed McNeil
15 years, 7 months
2004 Test Census: AFTER ALL...IT IS JUST A TEST!
by joseph macdonald
15 years, 7 months
Post-1901 Census -- Letter From Our Deputy Prime Minister -- A Former Nova Scotian
by Muriel M. Davidson
15 years, 7 months
Thursday April 29, 2004
by Ed McNeil
15 years, 7 months
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Post 1901 Census -- 2004 Census Test and Lockheed-Martin
by Muriel M. Davidson
15 years, 7 months
Cape Breton Post - 1927-1930?
by Lisa Gratton
15 years, 7 months
Wed. Cape Breton Obits
by Ed McNeil
15 years, 7 months
Peck family tree
by Carolyn Mitchell
15 years, 7 months
RE: [NS-CB-L] A whole bunch of possibles for my Roderick (McNeil)
by Colleen's Genealogy
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RE: [NS-CB-L] A whole bunch of possibles for my Roderick (McNeil)
by margie Brennan
15 years, 7 months
A whole bunch of possibles for my Roderick (McNeil)
by Will Enser
15 years, 7 months
Tuesday C.B. Obits
by Ed McNeil
15 years, 7 months
Learning the craft of genealogy online
by Kylie Veale
15 years, 7 months
Mondays obits April 26, 2004
by Ed McNeil
15 years, 7 months
Post-1901 Census:- Three NEW Petitions and Making Them Work For All of US
by Muriel M. Davidson
15 years, 7 months
translations
by Wilf
15 years, 7 months
gaelic
by eddie
15 years, 7 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] gaelic translation
by George F. Sanborn Jr.
15 years, 7 months
gaelic translation
by eddie
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