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19th Century Kentucky Research Material
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John Mattingly and Lucinda Blankenship
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William Lewis Ball of Breckinridge County, Kentucky
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Marriage Record Look Up
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Allen Dowell Basham and Melinda Dalton?
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Re: [KYBRECKI] Re: TUCKER RESEARCHERS
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Re: [KYBRECKI] Mary Jane Spencer and George S Eskridge mar lookup
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Mary Jane Spencer and George S Eskridge mar lookup
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Re: Need 1830 and 1840 census lookup Please?
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