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Re.:HANKE, BURDA, DINELT
by Gerhard Marterer - Graz - Austria
22 years, 2 months
Re: places and ancestors names -- Blazek
by List user
22 years, 2 months
FW: Returned mail: User unknown
by Jack knott
22 years, 2 months
Petlarn
by Robert J Paulson
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HANKE, BURDA, DINELT
by don hanke
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Pattlarn,Bohemia?
by KSchrodi
22 years, 2 months
ALBRECHT, CHARLES (b. 1833)
by Cassie Elam
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Translation of Sutterlin script
by Robert Lorenz
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Herberstein - Trauttmansdorff-Weinsberg
by Leo van de Pas
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Re: Linz
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My Bohemian surnames
by List user
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Linz
by Richard H. Rhody
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DEGENHARDT ROLL CALL!!!
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Osek Rokycan Czech
by List user
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Heinrich Family History
by Heinrich Family History
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Dolansky, Pliml, Benda, Kermes, Lasky
by List user
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Help
by List user
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SIO Christmas and New Years Traditions
by Rod & Cheri Fleck
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MUELLER and BEIDERMANN from Haslau to Canada 1905
by Doug Appleton
22 years, 2 months
Surnames: Wenzlick, Schischka
by M Wenzlick
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