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Cheshire, Aron, Cox, Gray, Irvine.
See "Birkenhead," Chester."
Chester: Haverfield, Taylor, Williams.
China: Gratton.

Chirburn: Hodgson.

Christian (early): Bagnall-Oakeley,
Langdon.

Church and State: Birchall.
Churches André, Armstrong, Auden,

Bates, Bax, Bensley, Bilson, Birch,
Bradley, Cave-Browne, Cox, Cul-
len, Deans, Eyre, Fahey, Fane, Fish-
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Hone, Hope, Hughes, Irvine,
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Farne Island: Huggup.
Farnworth: Cox.

Field names: Waller.

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FOLKLORE: Abercromby, Amery,
Andrews, Ashton, Barnes, Barrett,
Billson, Black, Browne, Burne,
Carmichael, Clodd, Colgan, Cook,
Craigie, Crawley, Crombie, Cuming,

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