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Taree district births deaths marriages : index 1974-1975 / [compiled by] I. Mcleod
Bib ID 4318900
Format BookBook
Description Taree, N.S.W. : I. McLeod, 2008 
44 leaves ; 30 cm. 
Subjects Manning River times -- Indexes  |  Birth notices -- New South Wales -- Manning River Region -- Indexes.  |  Death notices -- New South Wales -- Manning River Region -- Indexes.  |  Marriage records -- New South Wales -- Manning River Region -- Indexes.  |  New South Wales -- Genealogy.
Other authors/contributors McLeod, Ida
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Manning River times : birth death marriage index 1974-1975

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