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MARRILLIER & 1841 and 1851 census Scotland
by carruthers - home
14 years
Fw: re- [ZA] Old Books - Thorpe & Holmes
by Rose Kelland
14 years
Old Books - Thorpe & Holmes
by Rose Kelland
14 years
FRANCIS, GREEN, WILSON: Canada, Cape Colony, Australia
by Steve Hayes
14 years, 1 month
ROHLAND, SMIT
by David Cowie
14 years, 1 month
Seasons Greetings
by Conrod Mercer
14 years, 1 month
Christmas Greetings, and a grin
by Keith Meintjes
14 years, 1 month
Christmas Greetings
by C Orr
14 years, 1 month
RE: [ZA] English Church Mossel Bay
by Lyn Paul
14 years, 1 month
Old Friends....
by Sir Ken
14 years, 1 month
SEASONS GREETINGS!!
by Bernie Cramer
14 years, 1 month
THORPE & HUGHES
by Rose Kelland
14 years, 1 month
A Death in Stellenbosch
by Keith Meintjes
14 years, 1 month
Help
by Moyra Joyce
14 years, 1 month
[ZA] Re: George SWINSON and Family
by Lorraine Standfield
14 years, 1 month
Cape Town Look up KELLAND
by Rose Kelland
14 years, 1 month
RE: [ZA] English Church Mossel Bay
by David and Mary Bossenger
14 years, 1 month
Re: [ZA] Re: Where have the old Cape names gone?
by Daniel Jacobs
14 years, 1 month
DAVIES
by Evan Dembskey
14 years, 1 month
Re: [ZA] English Church Mossel Bay
by Derek Pratt
14 years, 1 month
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