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UPDATE (17 Mar 2023): I have been updating and correcting medieval era records on Connected Bloodlines. If you discover errors when working with these medieval records, I would deeply appreciate hearing from you via the Contact Us link below. Thank you for your assistance — Gerald R. Lowell

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