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[NYCOLUMB-L] Re:MORRIS and BOWERS
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[NYCOLUMB-L] LATTIN/LATTING, ANDREW
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V99 #89
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[NYCOLUMB-L] GENCONNECT IS DOWN
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Uriah Harrison
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Fw: [NYCOLUMB-L] census request
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[NYCOLUMB-L] BRUSSIE surname data posted on my site
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[NYCOLUMB-L] census request
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Hudson 1900 Census Film is which number?
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V99 #87
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Krum Church - message deleted
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Spencertown History?
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[NYCOLUMB-L] BOUREN and BRIZEE
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Crine
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Martin Family of Columbia County
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[NYCOLUMB-L] (no subject)
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Index to King's District Pamphlet
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[NYCOLUMB-L] GARDENIER, 110 SURNAMES
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RE: [NYCOLUMB-L] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V99 #82
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