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[IADAVIS-L] I'm sorry--I couldn't resist posting this!
by Lynn Clarke
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Re: [IADAVIS-L] 1870 Census look-up request
by Paula G Vierra
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Re: [IADAVIS-L] Competine Township in Wapello County
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[IADAVIS-L] Competine Township in Wapello County
by Nancy Helvey
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[IADAVIS-L] Jacob HARRIS, Hardin Co. Ky.-Davis Co. Ia.
by Michael Lamb
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[IADAVIS-L] Monterey, Davis Co., IA location
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Re: [IADAVIS-L] Monterey, Davis Co., IA location
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[IADAVIS-L] Myers
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[IADAVIS-L] Hobbs, Melton
by Dorothy Darland
19 years, 6 months
[IADAVIS-L] Township Map
by Nancy Helvey
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Davis County township map
by Burkholder
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Davis County township map
by MJSRobards
19 years, 6 months
[IADAVIS-L] Monterey, Davis Co., IA location
by MJSRobards
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Township help
by Trudy A Plotz
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Township help
by Jim Lawson
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Land descriptions
by List user
19 years, 6 months
[IADAVIS-L] Land descriptions
by List user
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Township help
by List user
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Land descriptions
by Maria Minear
19 years, 6 months
Re: [IADAVIS-L] Land descriptions
by Jim Lawson
19 years, 6 months
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