File:ДАКО 384-5-417. 1897. Єзерянська волость с. Яблонівка, переписна дільниця 21-а, рахункова дільниця 9-а, частина 3.pdf
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|DescriptionДАКО 384-5-417. 1897. Єзерянська волость с. Яблонівка, переписна дільниця 21-а, рахункова дільниця 9-а, частина 3.pdf||
English: ДАКО 384-5-417. 1897. Єзерянська волость с. Яблонівка, переписна дільниця 21-а, рахункова дільниця 9-а, частина 3
|Source||ДАКО. Ф. 384. Оп. 5. Спр. 417|
|Author||Державний архів Київської області|
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