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Will
by Tom or Donna
19 years, 9 months
Steele & VanValkenburg, Holyoke, Hampden County, MA 1889
by Sue Downhill
19 years, 9 months
Lookups
by MARGAREt DAVIS
19 years, 9 months
Harrick (Herrick)
by Pat Holling
19 years, 9 months
Albany County, Militia, 8th Regiment
by Jim Groat
19 years, 9 months
Herrick/Cole
by tsm
19 years, 9 months
Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V00 #7
by List user
19 years, 9 months
RE: [NYCOLUMB] BOICE
by Lorelei Rockwell
19 years, 9 months
BEMAN
by List user
19 years, 9 months
BOICE
by List user
19 years, 9 months
Look Ups
by MARGAREt DAVIS
19 years, 9 months
Re: [NYCOLUMB] Mc Auley / Metcalf, Kinderhook, Columbia County, NY c. 1829
by Kerry Boehm
19 years, 9 months
Mc Auley / Metcalf, Kinderhook, Columbia County, NY c. 1829
by Sue Downhill
19 years, 9 months
[Fwd: [NYCOLUMB] Jacob H. Morrison]
by Ann L. Clapper
19 years, 9 months
Hawley,Holley or Holway
by List user
19 years, 9 months
Haywood
by List user
19 years, 9 months
Marriage lookup offer - Margaret Davis
by VK Formel
19 years, 9 months
Re: [NYCOLUMB] [Fwd: [MABERKSH] MARRIAGES MA & NY]
by Sue Downhill
19 years, 9 months
Jacob H. Morrison
by List user
19 years, 9 months
Margaret, thanks for the look-up
by Jerry Sisler
19 years, 9 months
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