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Morris
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Stottville & Amenia
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Search Warren and Marsh
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Bios: Hill, Gage, Gifford, Evans, Magoun
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New Census Mail List
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LATHROP/LOTHROP, Melatiah & Mary (Mercy)
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re:Andreas Drum
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East Camp
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Early pioneers from New England to Columbia County NY
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Ostrom/Harger
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The Hand Family Biography
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Horatio Nelson Hand Biography
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Michael J. Hollenbeck Biography
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Unidentified subject!
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VAN VALKENBURG
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Bethiah MESSENGER & Thankful MESSENGER
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William B. Cole Biography
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Thomas Carroll Biography
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Samuel A. Curtis Biography
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1895 County Map!
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