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Family history research gazetteer : the approximate present location of early property names & places 1792-1865 / compiled & indexed by Jean McNaught
Bib ID 2016987
Format BookBook
Description Goonellabah, N.S.W. : Richmond - Tweed Regional Library, 1998 
iv, 128 p. ill., maps ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0949459135
Notes

Cover title.

"Relevant to the Microfilm Records of Land Leases - Grants & Purchases, also Depasturing & Publicans Licences".

"An adjunct to the records of the New South Wales Archives Sydney, Australia".

Subjects Australia - Gazetteers.
Other authors/contributors McNaught, Jean

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