Family History Societies in the area around Bradford

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Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society - Oldham Branch

icon   1. Oldham,

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Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society

icon   1. Ancoats, 2. Ardwick, 3. Beswick, 4. Bradford, 5. Broughton (Salford), 6. Cheetham, 7. Chorlton on Medlock, 8. Chorlton-cum-Hardy, 9. Crumpsall, 10. Denton, 11. Droylsden, 12. Gorton, 13. Haughton, 14. Hulme (Manchester), 15. Kirkmanshulme, 16. Levenshulme, 17. Manchester, 18. Moss Side (Manchester), 19. Openshaw, 20. Pendleton (Salford), 21. Rusholme, 22. Salford,

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Places that have not yet had a society associated with them

icon  1. Alkrington, 2. Ashton under Lyne, 3. Blackley, 4. Burnage, 5. Chadderton, 6. Didsbury, 7. Failsworth, 8. Great Heaton, 9. Harpurhey, 10. Heaton Norris, 11. Hollinwood, 12. Little Heaton, 13. Middleton, 14. Moston, 15. Newton Heath, 16. Pilkington, 17. Prestwich, 18. Reddish, 19. Stand, 20. Stretford, 21. Tonge, 22. Withington,

Places that have not yet had a society associated with them

icon  1. Bredbury, 2. Dukinfield, 3. Hyde, 4. Romiley, 5. Sale,  

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Colour

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Shape

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Numbers

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Further information about a place

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