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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Hummel in Auschwitz
by Frank Hummel
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Silesian Institute
by List user
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Linzmeier Pedigree
by Peggy Tauer
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Parish address: Koenigsberg a.d. Eger
by Steven and Susan Karides
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] BIBA, PETTERA, MORAVAITS
by dayle noble biba
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Bohmer/Berger surnames
by List user
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Re: GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-D Digest V99 #265
by Fritz Neubauer
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] GERMANY vs PRUSSIA vs HOLLAND/DUTCH
by List user
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Re: Krapf Donation of Papers; Web Site
by List user
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[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] International Names - Eponym site
by ETM
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] John SCHLEGEL/SCHLOGEL from Novy Kykov, Bohemia; m KRUTINA, Mary Anna
by Jennifer Beatty
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Fabulous Map Site for Name Research
by ETM
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Czech zip codes web site
by Ivan Bok
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] VIRUS ALERT HOAX
by List user
20 years, 1 month
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Names
by Taramasso
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Aronhalt
by List user
20 years, 1 month
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Names
by Steven and Susan Karides
20 years, 1 month
Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Names
by Steven and Susan Karides
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] SCHISCHKA, Dittrich, Bauer, Smola, Turnwald, and Franta from Mantau, Bohemia
by Joseph R. Schiska
20 years, 1 month
[GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L] Re: [GERMAN-BOHEMIAN-L}
by Ing. Felix Gundacker
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