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The Mount Desert Widow: Genealogy of the Gamble Family of Maine from the First Landing on the Coast of Mount Desert Down to the Present Day, Forming Part of More Than One Hundred Families in Maine from the First Landing on the Coast of Mount Desert Down Greenleaf Cilley

The Mount Desert Widow: Genealogy of the Gamble Family of Maine from the First Landing on the Coast of Mount Desert Down to the Present Day, Forming Part of More Than One Hundred Families in Maine from the First Landing on the Coast of Mount Desert Down

Greenleaf Cilley

Published August 8th 2015
ISBN : 9781297574832
Hardcover
210 pages
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