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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] David ACKER, Claverack, NY 1790
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[NYCOLUMB-L] MOON surname
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Surnames: FLYNN, HOLLORAN, O'HOLLORAN, HALLORAN, O'HALLORAN
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[NYCOLUMB-L] David ACKER, Claverack, NY 1790
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Hillsdale Clerk
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[NYCOLUMB-L] SURNAME REGISTRATION SITES????
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Time magazine Genealogy article
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BENNET / DARROW
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Simon/Simmons
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Frederick Belding Power
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[NYCOLUMB-L] NY: Columbia: RIEDINGER;KLADY
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[NYCOLUMB-L] LASSING / BURNETT SIMON
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Anna Bathrick
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