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Re: [IACLAYTO-L] BUKER & MENKE
by Judy Benish
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Re: [IACLAYTO-L] BUKER & MENKE
by Austin Greve
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[IACLAYTO-L] BUKER & MENKE
by Greg & Kathy Hines
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[IACLAYTO-L] CEMETERIES
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[IACLAYTO-L] Re: IACLAYTO-D Digest V99 #7
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RE: [IACLAYTO-L] Re: ARGAND CEMETERY
by Judy Moyna
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[IACLAYTO-L] Re: ARGAND CEMETERY
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RE: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County Churches and Cemetaries?
by Judy Moyna
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Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County Churches and Cemetaries?
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[IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County Churches and Cemetaries?
by Alan Jeddeloh
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Re: [IACLAYTO-L] BUKER, BUCHER, MAKE
by Earl Armbrust
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[IACLAYTO-L] Nicholas Reems/John Hurlbut/George Hurlbut
by Orin P. Reams, Jr.
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[IACLAYTO-L] false
by Gordon & Arlene Banks
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[IACLAYTO-L] James THORNTON
by Gordon & Arlene Banks
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[IACLAYTO-L] Re: 1870 MENKE/MAKE, BUKER/BUCHER
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[IACLAYTO-L] MENKE/MAKE
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Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Pekkala
by Greg & Kathy Hines
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[IACLAYTO-L] Pekkala
by Greg & Kathy Hines
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Re: [IACLAYTO-L] BUCHER in Clayton Co, IA
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