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The War of 1812 records being digitized
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Boles in Baptist Church in Tompkins Co., NY, ca. 1940
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Thomas & Lucy Boles/Bowles, ME and Canada
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Gerald A. L. Bowles divorced Johanna C. Bowles, S. Africa, 1983
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Samson Bowles m. Elizabeth Rogers in Suffolk Co., England, 1756/7
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William Bowles
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Re: [BOWLES] BOWLES Digest, Vol 7, Issue 10
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Re: [BOWLES] dna adm.
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Boles from County Sligo in Ireland, 1800's
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Andrej Bole in Slovenia
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Ivy Edith Bowles m. David Daniel Lovelock in Bombay
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Thomas & Lucy Boles
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Thomas & Lucy Boles, Washington Co., ME
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Joseph A. Bowles, Sr. d. in Charles Co., MD, 2012
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Trent Bowles, Genesee Co., Michigan, 1910
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Desdemonia Moss Bowles in TN
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Boles in Tompkins Co., NY ca. 1940
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Abbie Bowles, Henry Gebhard, Phebe Woods, Martin Freeman, et. al., Shelby Co., IN
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Katie Boles Purdom m. John Wallace
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Elizabeth Boles/Bolds m. Jackson Bogar
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