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Re: [ZA] Fw: Thomas Sterley
by Allan Southern
14 years, 8 months
eFamilia 02 of 2005
by Conrod Mercer
14 years, 8 months
RE: [ZA] GINSBERG MINE
by Graham Goodwin
14 years, 8 months
Colesberg people.
by Alwyn Smit
14 years, 8 months
Fw: Thomas Sterley
by McFerran Family
14 years, 8 months
Re: [ZA] De Beer / Muir
by Rose Kelland
14 years, 8 months
Fitzgerald - Benoni South Africa
by Denise
14 years, 8 months
Graaf-Reinet: Baptism and marriage records
by Severius de Beer
14 years, 8 months
TOENESSEN King Williams Town
by Adam Yamey
14 years, 8 months
WOODWARD brothers mystery
by Rosemary Dixon-Smith
14 years, 8 months
Re: [ZA] Re: Burgert/Burgers
by Andrew Rodger
14 years, 8 months
Re: [ZA] Fitzgerald - Benoni South Africa
by Ellen Stanton
14 years, 8 months
Re: [ZA] De Beer / Muir
by Tessa King
14 years, 8 months
De Beer / Muir
by Rose Kelland
14 years, 8 months
Re: Burgert/Burgers
by Richard Ball
14 years, 8 months
Re: [ZA] Cornelis Johannes VISSER b: 1785
by Denzil Kent
14 years, 8 months
MUIR(E)
by Gary Cannon
14 years, 8 months
Andries Johannes VAN TONDER & Elizabeth Hermina DE JAGER
by Don McArthur
14 years, 8 months
Cornelis Johannes VISSER b: 1785
by Don McArthur
14 years, 8 months
De Beer / Muir
by Rose Kelland
14 years, 8 months
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