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Afrikaans in Argentinia
by Paul le Roux
9 months, 4 weeks
Afrikaans in Argentina
by Keith Meintjes
9 months, 3 weeks
UK Settler Locations
by Sue Mackay
10 months
Re: [ZA-EC] Re: Extracts from the Grahamstown Journal June 1886
by Sue Mackay
10 months
Extracts from the Grahamstown Journal June 1886
by Sue Mackay
10 months
Death certificates
by Pat Brown
10 months, 1 week
Extracts from the Grahamstown Journal May 1886
by Sue Mackay
10 months, 1 week
ROLLINSON - non genealogy help please
by Lynn Couperthwaite
10 months, 1 week
Extracts from the Grahamstown Journal April 1886
by Sue Mackay
10 months, 1 week
Extracts from the Grahamstown Journal March 1886
by Sue Mackay
10 months, 2 weeks
Just a bit of fun
by Keith Meintjes
10 months, 2 weeks
Extracts from the Grahamstown Journal February 1886
by Sue Mackay
10 months, 2 weeks
Extracts from the Grahamstown Journal January 1886
by Sue Mackay
10 months, 3 weeks
SHERMAN, BLEWETT, ALGIE, STROBERG
by Roger Blewett via
9 months, 3 weeks
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