BOWLES

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Leonard & Woodworth Bowles in Nova Scotia, Canada
by Linne Gravestock
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Sally Bowles m. Geo. Browning, Clay County, KY
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Geo. Bowles m. Charlotte Andrews
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Bowles was pioneer in Santa Barbara Co., CA
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Nathan Bowles m. Mossie Alene Brookshire
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Jude Boles in Allen Co., KY, 1914
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Bowles, Bolling, Pate, Jefferson, Pocahontas
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Bowles researcher looking in Kent, England
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Eliz. Boles m. John Ennis bet. 1700-30, IRE>VA
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17 years
Amy & Hester Bowles in Kent, England, 1891
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Joseph Bowles Bould d. in Australia, 1854
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Family History
by Ron BOLUS
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Mary Boles Wade, d. Allen Co., KY, 1914
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Charles J. Bowles div. Anna R. Seals; Adams Co., IL, 1880
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Boales in Dunklin Co., MO
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Bowles Hotel, Monroe Co., IN, 1916
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17 years
Sara Ann Bookout Boles
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17 years
William Bowles, Barren Co., KY, 1809
by Linne Gravestock
17 years
Answer to query by Sandy
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17 years
William Bowles
by Leathel Bowles
17 years
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