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Local Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada cemeteries are being indexed in an effort to preserve local history and make it available to the public. We hope that history and genealogy researchers will find this information helpful.
Local Uxbridge, Ontario, Canada newspapers are being transcribed in an effort to preserve local history and make it available to the public.
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