BOWLES

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Bowles: Civil War Vets + sailing ships
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Bowles in 1830 Bourbon County KY
by Charles Hartley
14 years
Re: David Bowles / Sarah Hughes / Winny Rice
by List user
14 years
Re: David Bowles / Sarah Hughes / Winny Rice
by Barbara Guinn
14 years
Re: David Bowles / Sarah Hughes / Winny Rice
by List user
14 years
David Bowles / Sarah Hughes / Winny Rice
by Charles Hartley
14 years
Herman A. Bowles of Kane County IL
by Charles Hartley
14 years
Re: Bowles DNA Project Update
by Margo Bowles
14 years
Re: William S. Bowles born in Sommersetshire, England
by Tom LaPorte
14 years
William S. Bowles born in Sommersetshire, England
by Kelly Bowles
14 years
Several Bowles in Newfoundland, Canada, 2005
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Jim & Kathy Boles, Johnson Co., TX
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Clifton Boles, Washington Co., PA, 1914
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Bowles, Bowls; Virginia Taxpayers Omitted in the 1790 Census, 1782-1787 (book)
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Bowles DNA Project Update
by Charles Hartley
14 years
Re: Your Bowles in England
by Randi Meetzen
14 years
Boles, Bowes, Bowles in VA Colonial Abstracts, Vol. I (book)
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Prof. and Catherine Bowles Osborne, Blair Co., PA, 1929
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Bowles, Bowls in VA Colonial Abstracts, Vol. II (book)
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
Jane Bowles m. Lewis Marcum; Owsley Co. to Estill Co., KY
by Linne Gravestock
14 years
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