BOWLES

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Re: How Many Ways Can You Spell BOWLES?
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RE: BOWLES-D Digest V00 #237
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Bowles Surname
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More on the Spelling Issue
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Re: Erskine Bowles' Quaker family in NC
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John Boles in Clay Co., TN, 1880
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Wm. Bowles buys a slave from Jesse Gee's estate: KY
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Possible BOWLES in Anson Co. NC Deeds and Wills 1749-1795
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Richard S. Bowles in Fauquier Co., VA will
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Boles/Bowles + Perryman
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Bowles in VA, WV chart
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Erskine Bowles' Quaker family in NC
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J. K. Bowles in Bedford Co., PA, 1882
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Boles, Bowles, Gaylord, Spoon in Logan Co., AR
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John J. Boles, lawyer, Logan Co., AR, ca. 1884
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Enoch Abell and George W Abell Civil War pension files
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Re: How Many Ways Can You Spell BOWLES?
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How Many Ways Can You Spell BOWLES?
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Solomon Bolles/Bowles in NH
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Martin Bowls in KY
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