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Re: [KYBRECKI] David MAXWELL b.1850/1851 KY. and Lucy A. CARMILE
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Re: [KYBRECKI] David MAXWELL b.1850/1851 KY. and Lucy A. CARMILE
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9/25/2006 Gen Web Archive additions/updates
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Silas Hults
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Peter Bruner and Sarah Paynish
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Re: [KYBRECKI] 9/16/2006 GenWeb Archive additions/updates
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9/24/2006 GenWeb Archives additions/updates (part 2)
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9/24/2006 GenWeb Archive additions/updates
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Breckinridge County Records for Dozier Bowlds
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Re: [KYBRECKI] William R. Lewis
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Re: [KYBRECKI] Thanks
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Re: [KYBRECKI] William R. Lewis Breckinridge Co, KY
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Thanks
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9/23/2006 GenWeb Archives additons/updates
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Re: [KYBRECKI] William R. Lewis
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Re: [KYBRECKI] Jerimiah Robertson
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Re: [KYBRECKI] Harriet or Matilda Allen
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Re: [KYBRECKI] History of House
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Re: [KYBRECKI] Joseph and Frances Hawkins Hickerson
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9/16/2006, 9/17/2006, 9/18/2006 GenWeb Archives additions and updates
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