Transcript of the registers of the Protestant Church at Guisnes from 1668 to 1685 by Guisnes. Protestant Church.

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Statementedited by William Minetand William Chapman Waller.
SeriesHuguenot Society of London -- 3
ContributionsMinet, William., Waller, William Chapman.
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