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GOES/HOES--Kinderhook, NY
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Re: GOES, Matthew: Kinderhook, NY
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Re: Bliemly/Plumbly
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Bliemly/Plumbly
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BURGHARDT/BURGET--The First Seven Generations
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A list of Bios in Ellis's History of Col. Co.
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VanAlen Homestead, "The Gables," Kinderhook
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Columbia County Ancestors of Interest
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Columbia surnames
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HURD-ROBINSON
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Strong/Bartholomew
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Heyser/Hyser Fritz
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The LAY Family of Ct., Columbia Co. New York, Wayne and Senaca Co,'s of New York
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JULIA CARROLL COLUMBIA/GREENE CTY, NY d. 1875
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FRISS HOFFMAN
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My Columbia County Lines
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Reverend G. EASTON or EASTMAN
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ELLIOTT, Joseph 1727-1796
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Who was HARRIET CURTIS HOYSRADT?
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RICKS, Phillip and LAUN, Anna Marie - Need help
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