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The registers of the church of St. Lawrence

Denton in the County of Lancaster, 1695-1757.

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This edition was published in by Printed for the Lancashire Parish Register Society by T. Wilson in Kendall.

Written in English

105 pages

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Cover of: The registers of the church of St. Lawrence
The registers of the church of St. Lawrence: Denton in the County of Lancaster, 1695-1757.
1913, Printed for the Lancashire Parish Register Society by T. Wilson
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The registers of the church of St. Lawrence

Denton in the County of Lancaster, 1695-1757.

This edition was published in by Printed for the Lancashire Parish Register Society by T. Wilson in Kendall.


Edition Notes

With Gorton, Eng. St. James church. The registers of the parish church of Gorton. 1599-1741. Wigan, 1913.

Series
Lancashire Parish Register Society. [Publications], no. 47

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Library of Congress
CS435 .L3 vol. 47

The Physical Object

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105 p.
Number of pages
105

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL6570196M
Internet Archive
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LC Control Number
14017779
OCLC/WorldCat
5536377

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