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Author: William Nelson
Title: Contributions towards a Nelson genealogy .. (Volume pt.1)
Publisher: Paterson, N.J., The Paterson History Club
Subject (keywords, tags): Nelson family


pt. I. Some Neilsons of Scotland

Contributor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Format: txt
Size: 34 kb

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