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[IAJACKSO] ST. DONATUS Catholic Chruch records Need help
by Marisa Baldwin
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[IAJACKSO] Schlelcht Family Search
by Linda Rodgers
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[IAJACKSO] Entringer/Hingtgen
by Theresa Dirksen
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[IAJACKSO] FOUND--Madison BANKSON on 1860 census
by Ellen Blackstone
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[IAJACKSO] Martin Grace family of Prairie Springs Township, Jackson County, Iowa
by Ruth Grace Moriarity
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[IAJACKSO] Mackrill, Cooley, Holt, Diamond, and Reynor Families
by Ann McDonough
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[IAJACKSO] John Kanolt
by Jeanne Heisey Hoffman
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[IAJACKSO] Hingtgen and Entringer
by Mary Fell
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[IAJACKSO] BALLOU'S
by Jean Wenke
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[IAJACKSO] george hofius
by Glen Lovegreen
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[IAJACKSO] Death certificate
by P Chatham
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[IAJACKSO] Utzig family
by Mary Rulison
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[IAJACKSO] Dutton Families
by Sheila Bowman Baustian
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[IAJACKSO] Duttons
by Bob Baker
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[IAJACKSO] Arensdorff - Glab Family
by Mary Rulison
19 years, 1 month
[IAJACKSO] Mary Ellen Neese Marshall & Francis Wright
by Carolyn Strong
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[IAJACKSO] Thomas Jefferson Marshall-Nashville/Maquoketa, IA
by Carolyn Strong
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[IAJACKSO] Brimmer & Brewster
by Pat Wise
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[IAJACKSO] Heinrich/Gerkin
by Ken Haycook
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[IAJACKSO] Heinrich/Gerkin
by Betty
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