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Author: Andrew Agnew
Title: The hereditary sheriffs of Galloway ; their forebears and friends, their courts and customs of their times, with notes of the early history, ecclesiastical legends, the baronage and place-names of the province (Volume 1)
Publisher: Edinburgh, D. Douglas
Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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Size: 416 kb

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