BOWLES

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Arthur R. Boles m. Ressa Beard, Shawnee Co., KS, 1920
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Geo. Bowles & Katharine L. Barber; Franklin Co., VA, 1884
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Elizabeth Boles, Overton Co., TN, 1870
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
G. M. Boles, Lubbock Co., TX, 1908
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Henry Bowles/Bowler, Gordon Co., GA, 1860
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Bowles: Land Deeds, Early Rutherford Co., TN (book)
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Eliza Ann Bowles m. John Tivis Neely, Sr., 1866
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Bessie Bowles in Austin book
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Bowles in Revolutionary War book
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Bowles Norfolk England
by Brian A Coker
15 years
Bowes, Bowles in New Kent Co., VA (book)
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Martin Bowles, Harrison Co., KY, 1910
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Capt. Matthew Bowles; Eng.>Brazil>Java 1815
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
P. D. Bowles, Conecuh Co., AL, 1877
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Charles Bowles in Mcclain Co., OK, 1890
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Mark & Jennifer Bowles, Victoria (?) B.C.
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Wm. H. Bole, Civil War casualty, Linn Co., IA, 1864
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Peter Bowles, historical author, Durham Co., England
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Susan Boles/Bowles m. Robert Daniels, Fayette Co., IL, 1871
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
Opal L. "Sue" Bole, Muskingum Co., OH, 2004
by Linne Gravestock
15 years
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