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Author: Blyth (Yorkshire: Parish)
Title: The registers of the chapel of Austerfield, in the parish of blyth and in the county of York, 1559-1812 (Volume 39)
Publisher: [Leeds] : Priv. print. for the Yorkshire parish register society
Subject (keywords, tags): Registers of births, etc

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