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John Baptist & Cecelia Bowles; MD & KY
by Linne Gravestock
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Arkansas gravestones
by LindaC
9 years
Re: [BOWLES] BOWLES: Washington Co. VA?>FAYETTE CO. ILLINOIS
by leathel
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BOWLES: Washington Co. VA?>FAYETTE CO. ILLINOIS
by Jacquie
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Re: [BOWLES] Nancy H. Clark Boles d. Metcalfe Co., KY, 1875
by Charles Hartley
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Larry & Patty Boles, Mount Vernon, IL, 2010
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Nancy H. Clark Boles d. Metcalfe Co., KY, 1875
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Florence Louise Bowles Motes d. in Mitchell Co., KS, 2010
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9 years, 1 month
Beatrice Boles Mellor d. in Alberta, Canada, 2010
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Re: [BOWLES] Benjamin Bowles line
by List user
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Re: [BOWLES] Benjamin Bowles line
by Nena Wright
9 years, 1 month
Bowls in Gone to Georgia (book)
by Linne Gravestock
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Mika Boles (probably in Holland) 2010
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Beryl E. Boles m. Louis Amann, Jackson Co., KS, 1908
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Boles, Hughes, Isbell
by Bill Lewis
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Re: [BOWLES] Query: Green Berry Bowles
by Nena Wright
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Nelson Bowles m. Rachel Hughes had Wm. H. Bowles, Monroe Co., KY, 1883
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Mary Elizabeth Bowles m. John S. Walker
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Nelson M. Bowles m. Rachel S. Hughes
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H. C. Bowles m. Jemie Daniel, had Emna in Monroe Co., KY, 1907
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