BOWLES

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Mary Elizabeth Bowles d. in Taylor Co., KY, 1932
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James A. Bowles d. in Taylor Co., KY, 1932
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A. R. Bowles in Barren Co., KY, 1837
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Rick Bowles in Navarro Co., TX, 2008
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Owen John Bowles d. in South Africa, 2007
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William Earl Bowles d. 2008; Amherst Co., VA>Forsyth Co., NC
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Nathaniel Bowles
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Bowles DNA Project News Update
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Bowles DNA Project Update
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Re: [BOWLES] Bowles DNA Project Update
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Monroe County KY Bowles Family
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Bowles DNA Project Reminder
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Nathan Anderson Bowles Descendants
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Descendants of Nathan Anderson Bowles of Barren County
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James Carroll Bowles d. in Washington, D.C., 2008
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William Boles, Jefferson Co., IL, 1911
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Bram & Betty Bowles in British Columbia, Canada, 2008
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Bowles in Bedford Co., VA, 1778
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A Reminder...
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Obit of Ora Lee Bowles
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