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Electoral rolls/poll books

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1939 register:

Transcriptions?

North Baddesley One-Place Study

Hampshire/Isle of Wight

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North Baddesley

A collection of transcribed documents from the 14th century onwards.



Sandra J Smith

Rownhams

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1980

Active

north.baddesley

@oneplacestudy.org

1 Oct 2013

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None exist

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Online


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None found

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Offline

Information about the Hospitaller Knights

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Books published:

A Short History of the Church and Village

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