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Marriage index of Western Australia 1915 to 1933 [electronic resource]
Bib ID 3549140
Format BookBook [electronic resource]
Description [Bayswater, W.A.] : Western Australian Genealogical Society, c2005 
1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 cm. 
ISBN 1876815167
Technical Details

System requirements: Pentium processor, Window 98 or later, 64 MB Ram (minimum), CD-ROM drive, hard disk with a min of 20 MB free, the latest Windows 'Service Pack' for your system installed. 

Notes

"Registrar General's Office of Western Australia"--Insert.

Title from disc.

Digital content preserved

Subjects Marriage records -- Western Australia -- Indexes.  |  Recording and registration -- Western Australia.  |  Libraries - Reference materials - Indexes.  |  History - Genealogy and family history - Births, deaths and marriages registers.  |  Western Australia -- Registers -- Indexes.  |  Western Australia (WA)
Other authors/contributors Western Australia. Registrar General's Office  |  Western Australian Genealogical Society

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