BOWLES

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1869 CNWColored Census # 1 thru 200
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1906 DAWES FREEDMEN MINORS ---# 401 thru 616
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1906 DAWES FREEDMEN MINORS ---# 201 thru 400
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1906 DAWES FREEDMEN MINORS ---# 1 thru 200
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1902 DAWES FREEDMEN "BOWLES" surname
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QUESTIONS on the FREEDMEN APPLICATIONS
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FREEDMEN FAMILY APPLICATIONS
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James Bowles in Cumberland Co., KY, ca. 1833-35
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Files to be sent to this list
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new email address
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Freedmen Prodject - Info to be posted
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Henry L. Boles, Glasgow Junction, 1880
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Matthew C. Bowles, Cumberland Co., KY, 1834-5
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Re: Martha A. Bowls m. N. A. Childers; Alexander Co., NC, 1865
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BOWLES in NZ, 1915 - David Alfred, and two E.s
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Phebe Bowles m. Drury Childress, Charlotte Co., VA, 1795
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Martha A. Bowls m. N. A. Childers; Alexander Co., NC, 1865
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Oral Boles in Decatur Co., Iowa, 1926
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Bowles death in Oregan-2
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Bowles deaths in Oregan-1
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