genealogical atlas of England and Wales

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Published by Stevenson"s Genealogical Center in North Provo,Utah .

Written in English

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Maps originally published London, circa 1830. First edition publishedby Deseret Book Company,Salt Lake City.

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Statementcompiled from original maps by David E. Gardner, Derek Harland, [and] Frank Smith.
ContributionsGardner, David E., Harland, Derek., Smith, Frank, 1917-
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Paginationvii,111p. :
Number of Pages111
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Open LibraryOL14348610M

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