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Norton Valley & Sugar Tree Run, Breckinridge Co., KY
by Larry A. Nelson
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Albert ELLIS
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Whitehall, Breckinridge Co KY/Sugar Tree Run
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James Ingram 1827/31 land deal
by Larry A. Nelson
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A James Ingram 1827/31 land deal
by Dianne Ingram
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One of my James Ingram land documents
by Dianne Ingram
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Millers - are these yours??
by Dianne Ingram
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Re: KYBRECKI-D Digest V01 #25
by Frank Lawrence
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Re: KYBRECKI-D Digest V01 #25
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Re: Where can I get records for Breckinridge Co. Ky?
by Larry Hooks
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Where can I get Land records for Breckenridge Co., KY?
by Dianne Ingram
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Pierce, Pruitt, Stone, Hicks, Sharp, Lyon, Bridwell, McCamish
by Betty Pierce
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Re: KYBRECKI-D Digest V01 #25
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LQQKING for Lucy DURHAM
by Theresa Rogers Griffiths
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BURKS-STEPHENS, DANIEL STEPHENS BURKS father of DANIEL
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Breck Spencers, Fraizes, Nichols, Mccleland, Farris, Mattingly
by j palmer
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Re: Lazy Brecki-L Members
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Lazy Brecki-L Members
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18 years, 7 months
Can someone help with county info?
by David
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