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Anton Wurdinger
by Norm Wyers
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Translation
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Village names
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Bohemian in Italian Army? Why?
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JARMER
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Re: AW: Name derivation
by Frank G.Soural
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new names and places
by Charles Ruedebusch
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Paik
by Edward J. Paik
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FRANKS, Emma, Emmigrated to US 1882
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Help
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Help
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ZISKA, Milevsko, CZ, 1789
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Translation of Archivex letter- help needed
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Magdefrau
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Wottawa or Ronsperg Ortsbetreurer
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SAGANEK Family of Suchov, Moravia 1706-1851
by Ronald V. Mlejnek
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Re: German weddings
by karin smith
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Re: German weddings
by Elaine T. Maddox
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German weddings
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Hadwick-Seifert
by Mitch & Janet Ruth
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