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Re: [SOG-UK] query re tithe apportionment maps - Issue 57
by Cathy Roberts
3 years, 3 months
Tithe Maps
by Theresa Green
3 years, 3 months
Re: [SOG-UK] query re tithe apportionment maps
by Colin Moretti
3 years, 3 months
Fwd: query re tithe apportionment maps
by List user
3 years, 3 months
Re: [SOG-UK] FMP - query re Parish Records for Wales
by Lin Taylor
3 years, 3 months
Re: [SOG-UK] query re tithe apportionment maps
by Lin Taylor
3 years, 3 months
FMP - query re Parish Records for Wales
by Theresa Green
3 years, 3 months
query re baptism record
by Theresa Green
3 years, 3 months
query re tithe apportionment maps
by Theresa Green
3 years, 3 months
Re: [SOG-UK] the Crompton/Compton mystery
by Adrian Bruce via
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Re: [SOG-UK] the Crompton/Compton mystery
by Peter Bennett via
3 years, 4 months
Re: [SOG-UK] the Crompton/Compton mystery
by Colin Moretti via
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Re: [SOG-UK] the Crompton/Compton mystery
by Tim Powys-Lybbe via
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Re: [SOG-UK] the Crompton/Compton mystery
by christopher.gray via
3 years, 4 months
Re: [SOG-UK] the Crompton/Compton mystery
by Theresa Green via
3 years, 4 months
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