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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Getting BMD Certificates From ZA?
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New database on Ancestry (Scotland) Calendar of Confirmations & Inventories 1876 to 1936
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Getting BMD Certificates From ZA?
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Getting BMD Certificates From ZA?
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Getting BMD Certificates From ZA?
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Randalls Peddie
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BONE surname a family I am trying to find
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] SOUTHERN
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SOUTHERN
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Petersburg in Eastern Cape?
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Petersburg in Eastern Cape?
by Allan Southern via
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Getting BMD Certificates From ZA?
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The meaning of "swear allegiance to the Crown" during the Boer War
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NG Kerk Baptisms
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Petersburg in Eastern Cape?
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Off Topic: Cape Town in the New York Times
by Fay Lea via
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Off Topic: Cape Town in the New York Times
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Re: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Randall family
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