The genealogy of the Nicol family, Kincardineshire branch.

by W. E. Nicol

Publisher: Lamley in South Kensington [England]

Written in English
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  • Kincardineshire (Scotland)

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  • Nichols family.,
  • Kincardineshire (Scotland) -- Genealogy.

Edition Notes

Pref. signed: W.E. Nicol.

Other titlesKincardineshire Nicol family
GenreGenealogy.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS479 .N47 1909
The Physical Object
Pagination52 p. :
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6891974M
LC Control Number00560059

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PREFACE. InpresentingthisGenealogytothedescendants oftheKincardineshireBranchoftheNicolfamily,I havetothankmanymembersfortheirkindhelpin. LAM LEY & CO., South Kensington. **^ ^1C,-. ETC I PREFACE. In presenting this Genealogy to the descendants of the Kincardineshire Branch of the Nicol family, I have to thank many members for their kind help in correcting the printed draft lately circulated.

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