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Re: [IAMARION] more info. requested from Warren County.
by Lois Willand
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Russells of Iowa -Otho, Charles, Asbury, Levi Kirk 1860's-1890's
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Re: [IAMARION] more info. requested from Warren County.
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Re: [IAMARION] more info. requested from Warren County.
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Re: [IAMARION] Marion Co., IA Lookup
by Bev Jones
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MARSH, Dorothy 1916-1996 & LEPLEY, Glen 1917 -1798; Iowa
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Re: [IAMARION] Calcleasure/McCarty
by Michelle Amsbury
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Calcleasure/McCarty
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Re: [IAMARION] Class of 1898 Monroe High School
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Re: [IAMARION] Class of 1898 Monroe High School
by Michelle Amsbury
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DOUD - current obituary for Maxine DOUD, Bussey, Iowa
by Rosemary Tiwari
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Monroe High School Class 1898
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Class of 1898 Monroe High School
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Re: [IAMARION] Marysville
by Beth Perry Johnston
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Re: [IAMARION] Marysville
by Michelle Amsbury
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Marysville
by Patrick
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DNA & Dutch Settlers in Pella
by W_G VanHemert
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Re: [IAMARION] Marion County Lookup
by Bev Jones
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