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1901 and 1911 Canadian censuses
by Jackie smith
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Cape Breton Deaths June 30, 2010 Wednesday
by Carol MacLean
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Whycocomagh and District Historical Society
by Arlene Ragan
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Re: [NS-CB] www.ancestry.ca 1911 census free
by Thom McCabe
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1911
by Sheila Matheson
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www.ancestry.ca 1911 census free
by C.Mitchell
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Feats of strength stories
by laurie stanley
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Cape Breton Deaths June 29, 2010 Tuesday
by Carol MacLean
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Cape Breton Deaths June 28, 2010 Monday
by Carol MacLean
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Fw: Kilkenny Lake Cemetery?
by Thom McCabe
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Re: [NS-CB] Kilkenny Lake Cemetery?
by Thom McCabe
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Re: [NS-CB] Kilkenny Lake Cemetery?
by Kevin Podgursky
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Weir in Kilkenny Lake Cemetery
by Maureen McNeil
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Re: [NS-CB] Kilkenny Lake Cemetery?
by Thom McCabe
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Re: [NS-CB] Kilkenny Lake Cemetery?
by List user
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Re: [NS-CB] Kilkenny Lake Cemetery?
by Kevin Podgursky
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Kilkenny Lake Cemetery?
by Kevin Podgursky
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Fw: Obit
by John & Lorraine Touchings
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Cape Breton Deaths June 26, 2010 Saturday
by Carol MacLean
9 years, 5 months
Cape Breton Deaths June 25, 2010 Friday
by Carol MacLean
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