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Alice Yaxley

Coventry, England, United Kingdom

Madeleine Cadbury Brown

Richland, WA, United States

Rosemary Gould

Charlottesville, VA, United States

Pam

Minneapolis, MN, United States

Eileen Cogan

Mantua, NJ, United States

Tom Brisson

Visalia, CA, United States

Paul Klinkman

Providence, RI, United States

Frederic Sebastian Bayer

Bexhill, East Sussex, United Kingdom

Barry Shaw

Peaks Island, ME, United States

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Nottingham, United Kingdom, United…

Pen Wilcock

Hastings, East Sussex, United…

Alexis Hale

Shrewsbury, United Kingdom

Dave Austin

Marlton, NJ, United States

Hil Clayton

Hadfield, Derbyshire High Peak,…

Críostóir O'Reilly

Nantucket, MA, United States

clarissa ann wade

Klamath Falls, OR, United States

Lisa George

United States

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