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Re: Buxton Lawn 18th C. England.
Posted by: Paul Brooker Date: October 11, 2000 at 11:59:50
In Reply to: Buxton Lawn 18th C. England. by Sheila Mitchell of 71

I have Lawns in Late C18 - late C19 East Anglia, although no sign of a Buxton. My Lawns lived in the marsh-edge villages of Tunstall and Halvergate, east Norfolk. Mail me for for details if interested. I have .gedcom.


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