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[NYCOLUMB-L] Ichabod White 1760 Chatham or New Lebanon
by Anne Hazelwood
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[NYCOLUMB-L] HUNT Chatham, NY
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V99 #82
by Ron Lay
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[NYCOLUMB-L] YEAGER/YAGER b.~1800
by Terri Hauk
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] ANDREWS: 1779 Kings District, NY, and 1790 Canaan, Columbia Co., NY
by Bill Semeyn
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Ellis History of Columbia Co--Slack?
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] BRISSEY
by David See
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] Magdalena DEDRICK, b. abt 1805 NY, m. 1823 J. Clapper
by Jim Groat
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[NYCOLUMB-L] ANDREWS: 1779 Kings District, NY, and 1790 Canaan, Columbia Co., NY
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] Is Ellis' History of Columbia County on CD?
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Re The Magdalena Dedrick Discussion
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[NYCOLUMB-L] BRISSEY
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] BRISSEY
by C & C Helck
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[NYCOLUMB-L] BRISSEY
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[NYCOLUMB-L] WILLIAMS
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] Magdalena DEDRICK, b. abt 1805 NY, m. 1823 J. Clapper
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Elizabeth MURPHY (MORVIN) 1765-1844 Kinderhook & Claverack
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[NYCOLUMB-L] Magdalena DEDRICK, b. abt 1805 NY, m. 1823 J. Clapper
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] Lockwood family
by David See
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Re: [NYCOLUMB-L] Lockwood family
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