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Norfolk island deaths [electronic resource] : 1st settlement 1788 - 1814 / Cathy Dunn
Bib ID 5779083
Format OtherOther [electronic resource]
Author
Dunn, Cathy
 
Description [Milton, N.S.W.] : Cathy Dunn, 2012 
1 computer disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. 
ISBN 9780980525526
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CD-ROM, Closed, Data, Disc at once. 

System requirements: CD-ROM drive, Adobe Acrobat Reader to read PDF file and image viewer. 

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (PDF p. 82-84)

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Subjects Registers of births, etc. -- Norfolk Island.  |  Burial records -- Norfolk Island.  |  Sepulchral monuments -- Norfolk Island.  |  Norfolk Island -- Genealogy.  |  Australian
Available From Po Box 52, Milton NSW 2538, www.australianhistoryresearch.info 

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