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Landskroun, Bohemia, Pirkl, PIFFL
by Herbert Piffl
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FAMILY
by kirchner
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Neubauer
by Charles J Schoumaker
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am i in the right list?
by kpr
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Pfohl Gazeteer
by Lorraine Cramer
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Czech Carp have a headache -- Houston Chronicle article published in newsgroups
by Elaine T. Maddox
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American in Prague -- Houston chronicle article published in newsgroups
by Elaine T. Maddox
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Surname Tsch�rner
by Harry F. Tschoerner, Jr.
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genealogy heidler
by Paula Goblirsch
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Schilligkau
by Ulrich H. Rudofsky
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Vandberg
by Robert L Southon
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Re: County Lanskroun, Bohemia
by Frank G.Soural
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Pfohl Ortsverzeichnes Sudentenland
by Lorraine Cramer
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Re: Into
by Frank G.Soural
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Re: Trebova/Lhotka
by List user
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Into
by Lorraine Cramer
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County Lanskroun, Bohemia
by List user
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Shillighau, Wasserau, Heiligen Kreuz
by Mary C. Stensrud
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Re: Villages of Dlouha Trebova/Lhotka
by List user
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intro.
by Kelly Thielen
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