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Clapper Family of Hudson Valley
by Richard & Joan Silvernail
21 years
RE: Clapper Family of Hudson Valley
by Richard Elliott
21 years
Daniel Palmer
by MS DORRIE P TRAFICANTE
21 years
Raught
by Brian Raught
21 years
N.Y. research
by herb nichols
21 years
AUSTERLITZ; KELLOGG, TOPPING
by Dennis LeBlanc
21 years
SCHULTHEIS
by Gwen Sroufe
21 years
Moore/Brown
by Pam and Bob
21 years
Robert Gardner New York
by List user
21 years
Re: John Smith, abt 1768
by Leslie Granat
21 years
Re: Moore/Brown
by List user
21 years
John Smith, abt 1768
by List user
21 years
DECKER BURNETT SIMON VOSBURGH PULVER
by List user
21 years
Humphry & van Nordwiek
by Peggy Phillips
21 years
Spencer
by List user
21 years
Celestia Spencer (1817/18-1880)
by List user
21 years
Cemetary offer.....
by List user
21 years
Re: Spencer Surname
by David See
21 years
Spencer Surname
by sheshe
21 years
Re: Spencertown
by List user
21 years
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