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Grace MadgeKinley, (kindley)
by Maxine Wilton
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Biography of George R. Struble, from the history of Tama County
by Cyndi
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Biography of D. D. Appelgate from the history of Tama County
by Cyndi
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Walter M. DeVoe
by Donna DeVoe
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Graduates of Montour High School
by Cyndi
17 years, 2 months
Memories of Ghost Towns in Tama County
by Cyndi
17 years, 2 months
Applegate, Rokes, Stickler
by Shelley Iserman
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Biography of Abel Childs from the History of Tama County
by Cyndi
17 years, 2 months
DAILY
by List user
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Various bios from the History of Tama County
by Cyndi
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Biography of William Reickhoff from the History of Tama county
by Cyndi
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Biography of G. H. Goodrich from the HIstory of Tama County
by Cyndi
17 years, 2 months
Re: [IATAMA] biographies
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Onesiphorus Gravatt from the HIstory of Tama County
by Cyndi
17 years, 2 months
Biography of Charles H. Crawford from the History of Tama county
by Cyndi
17 years, 2 months
Re: [IATAMA] biographies
by jeanniepayton
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biographies
by Brenda Dyck
17 years, 2 months
Biography of Timothy Brown
by Cyndi
17 years, 2 months
HORNBACK
by Denise Van Woerkom
17 years, 2 months
Cemeteries in Dysart
by LeAnn Wright
17 years, 2 months
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