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2201 _APID: 1,4110::0
 
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2202 _APID: 1,4725::0
 
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2203 _APID: 1,5769::0
 
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2205 _APID: 1,6742::0
 
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2206 _APID: 1,70572::0
 
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2207 _APID: 1,7488::0
 
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2208 _APID: 1,7572::0
 
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2209 _APID: 1,7579::0
 
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2210 _APID: 1,7590::0
 
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2211 _APID: 1,7619::0
 
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2212 _APID: 1,7814::0
 
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2213 _APID: 1,8745::0
 
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2214 _APID: 1,8782::0
 
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2215 _APID: 1,8912::0
 
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2216 _APID: 1,8913::0
 
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2217 _APID: 1,8914::0
 
Source (S196)
 
2218 _MASTER: Y

Armin Gumerman 
Source (S111)
 
2219 _MASTER: Y

Bob and Cynthia McCausland from LDS records. 
Source (S232)
 
2220 _MASTER: Y

Burke's Peerage, Burke's Irish Family History, 1976. Burke's History ofLanded Gentry, V2, 1879 Burke's History of Landed Gentry, V1, 1851 - andthe Thesta Scogland book 
Source (S158)
 
2221 _MASTER: Y

IGI batch A538054 
Source (S253)
 
2222 _MASTER: Y

IGI film 183519 page 1051 ref 36905 
Source (S251)
 
2223 _MASTER: Y

IGI film 1985624 
Source (S245)
 
2224 _MASTER: Y

IGI film 1985699 
Source (S249)
 
2225 _MASTER: Y

New England Historical & Genealogical Register, Vol 17 - 1863 
Source (S246)
 
2226 _MASTER: Y

PRONI Doc D/669/464 
Source (S258)
 
2227 _MASTER: Y
 
Source (S159)
 
2228 _MASTER: Y
 
Source (S227)
 
2229 ‘Miss Maud Hobson, the premier Gaiety girl, has not yet decided whether she will accept the offer of M. Marchand, the proprietor of the Folies Bergere, Paris, to perform a real Honolulu dance, supported by native women. Miss Hobson was married to the late Captain Haley of the hussars, and went with him to Honolulu, where he became commander in chief and prime minister, and she acted in the capacity of lady in waiting to the queen. Consequently Miss Hobson has had every opportunity of studying the Hawaiian dances. She wishes to give one of them at the Princes of Wales’ theatre, but George Edwardes would not give her the necessary permission, saying that, although he was not prudish, he must draw the line at Hawaii.’
(The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, Brooklyn, New York, Saturday, 11 August 1894, p.8c)
 
Hobson, Maud (I4966)
 

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