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Fw: [NS-L] Halifax Citizen, Thursday, March 2, 1865
by Ann Capstick
14 years, 8 months
Fw: [NS-L] Halifax Citizen, Tuesday, February 28, 1865
by Ann Capstick
14 years, 8 months
Re: McKinnons of 18th C. Esay, Tobermory, Mull Re: [NS-CB-L] Scottish Role Call - MCKINNON of Lake Ainslie
by J.Simon
14 years, 8 months
Dugald Campbell and Isobel Gibson - Cornaigmore, Tyree, Argylshire
by Vincent MacNeil
14 years, 8 months
Duncan Matheson
by JOYCE COLEMAN
14 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Dumping Slag over to the Steel Plant!...
by Colin Waye
14 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Dumping Slag over to the Steel Plant!...
by Nelson Poole
14 years, 8 months
Dumping Slag over to the Steel Plant!...
by Barb White-Perkins
14 years, 8 months
Roll Call: McLean
by Dallas McDonald
14 years, 8 months
Michael Joseph WHITE
by List user
14 years, 8 months
Way
by Colin Waye
14 years, 8 months
Allen
by Colin Waye
14 years, 8 months
George T WHITE born in Margaree
by List user
14 years, 8 months
MCLEAN -East Bay, Cape Breton
by mcallister
14 years, 8 months
Re: [NS-CB-L] Scottish Role Call - MCKINNON of Lake Ainslie
by Elaine Robinson
14 years, 8 months
Song Lyrics
by Barb White-Perkins
14 years, 8 months
HENNESSEY/WALSH/LYNCH/PETRIE
by Sheila Matheson
14 years, 8 months
Obituary-Donald Bruce Irons- March 30,2005, The Ottawa Citizen
by Margaret McLean
14 years, 8 months
March 31, 2005 Deaths
by Carol MacLean
14 years, 8 months
Fw: Devison and Day
by Ann Capstick
14 years, 8 months
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