BOWLES

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Bowles: states & countries: what "contact Linne" means
by Linne Gravestock
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marriage notices, 1785-1794
by Karen Eddy
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MASSACHUSETTS, ROCHESTER
by cowen
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Bowles in County Clare, Ireland
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Bowles: More explanation of this States/Countries thing
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Anderson Bowles, Barren Co., KY 1811
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States and Countries, Part 3
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States and Countries, Part 2
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States and Countries, Part 1
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Bowles list: I'm home!
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[Fwd: METCALFE CO KY 1870 CENSUS CONTINUED]
by Floyd Pearson
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Added info of Lecta,Ky.. (Barren Co, Ky..
by Donald Bowles
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Bowles, Experience
by Karen Eddy
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Boals, Boles, Bolls, Bowls in TN
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Freeman and Mary Crenshaw Boles, SC, ca. 1812
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Bowles: My mind will be elsewhere for a few days
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Bowles: Old Union Baptist Cem., Warren Co., KY
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A Bowles in Alexander Cem., Barren Co., KY
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Bowles/Nunalley in Metcalfe Co., KY 1860-70
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Boles/Bowles in Tennessee
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