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Delaney decades / edited by Edna Delaney
Bib ID 2149894
Format BookBook
Description Camira, Qld. : Delaney / Sullivan, 2002 
392 p. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0958161909
Notes

Compiled from information researched and gathered by Edna Delaney and Antoinette Sullivan.

In celebration of the 200th year of the arrival of Nicholas to Australia 1802-2002.

Includes index.

Subjects Delaney family.  |  Ireland - Genealogy.
Other authors/contributors Delaney, Edna  |  Sullivan, Antoinette
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Delaney decades : descendants of Nicholas & Elizabeth Delaney 1802-2002

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