BOWLES

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Bolles of Wells, ME
by Linne Gravestock
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Ron Lathi
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Joseph Bolles of Maine (New List)
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Re: BOWLES-D Digest V01 #166
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John Bolls
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Re: BOWLES-D Digest V01 #164
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(Bolls), Breed, Chism
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Kentucky wills and deeds
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Bolls, Chism
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Austin W. & Nancy H. Bowles
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Governor Boles went to West Bend, IA in 1911
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Lucinda Boles m. Archibald C. Bass, Walton Co., FL, 1913
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parents of Nathan Anderson Bowles
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Ida Bowles of Illinois
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Boles, McCurley, Lasiter, Donaldson in AL & FL
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Land Office Patents and Grants Collection
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John, Martin, Rebecca Boles; Ireland to America
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Boles in Ireland
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Bennie Bonson Boles, d. in Stokes Co., NC
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Jesse Bowles m. Josephine Smith, Weakley Co., TN 1876
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