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[IACLAYTO-L] A couple more ministers from Clayton County
by Scott Edward Bosecker
20 years
[IACLAYTO-L] Connection
by List user
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County Immigration
by Jill Brian
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County, IA Naturalization Records
by Scott Edward Bosecker
20 years
[IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County Immigration
by List user
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County, IA Naturalization Records
by Ruth Tucker
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] CLAYTON COUNTY NATURALIZATION RECORDS
by Scott Edward Bosecker
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County, IA Naturalization Records
by Scott Edward Bosecker
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County, IA Naturalization Records
by Julie & Bill
20 years
[IACLAYTO-L] Guttenberg minister?
by Scott Edward Bosecker
20 years
[IACLAYTO-L] CLAYTON COUNTY NATURALIZATION RECORDS
by List user
20 years
[IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County, IA Naturalization Records
by Scott Edward Bosecker
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Clayton County, IA Naturalization Records
by List user
20 years
[IACLAYTO-L] Isabella (Nelson) Oleson, b.1827, Norway>Clayton Co., IA
by Harper
20 years
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Re: COVEY
by Billy Covey
20 years, 1 month
[IACLAYTO-L] Re: COVEY
by Martha Oskvig
20 years, 1 month
[IACLAYTO-L] COVEY
by Billy Covey
20 years, 1 month
[IACLAYTO-L] URGENT: 5th grade class
by Martha Oskvig
20 years, 1 month
[IACLAYTO-L] Silver family in Clayton Co. IA
by Lynn Dielman
20 years, 1 month
Re: [IACLAYTO-L] Kelly
by Judy Benish
20 years, 1 month
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