BOWLES

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Slaves in Warren Co., KY, 1825
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Slaves in Warren Co., KY, 1825
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Mary Bole Penko b. in Slovenia in 1885
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Boles, Montgomery, Bookout, Milligan, Lindley, et. al.
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Shortridge High School (book), Indianapolis, IN, 1864-1981
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Dennis R. Boles d. in Wayne Co., MI, 2010
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Maso, Candice & Marley A. Bowles in U.K., 2010
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Agnes "Boles"? Scotland>England>Utah, 1849
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Jil Bowles, Marion Co., FL, 2010
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Georgia Boles
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Bowles DNA Project Announcement
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Elizabeth Bole m. Joshua F. Fisher, 1906
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Bowles Duncan
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Boles in Clinton Co., IL book
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Boals, Bowles in Clark Co., SD book
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John Boles, Chester Co., PA, 1681
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Bowles in "First Settlers of New England" book
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Polly Boles m. William Mortimore
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Eleanor Bowles m. Peter Gough
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Boles, Bolles, Boyle, Boyles in Mahaska Co., IA book
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