4 edition of People of Dyce, Fintray & Newhills, 1696 found in the catalog.
People of Dyce, Fintray & Newhills, 1696
by Aberdeen & North-East Scotland Family History Society in Aberdeen
Written in English
|Other titles||People of Dyce, Fintray, and Newhills, 1696, Dyce, Fintray & Newhills, 1696, List of pollable persons in the shires of Aberdeen, 1696.|
|Statement||[index for Dyce by W. Beverly, index fo Fintray by Joyce Ligertwood, index for Newhills by W. Diack].|
|Contributions||Aberdeen and Northeast Scotland Family History Society.|
|LC Classifications||CS477.D9 P46 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 507-583 :|
|Number of Pages||583|
|LC Control Number||99216042|
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