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Nelson Castle
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SCHUMACHERs and HUYSRADTs
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Ten Broeck / Hoffman
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Mesick/Robbins
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RE: [NYCOLUMB] Ten Broeck / Hoffman-marriage of daughter Annatje/Hannah?
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RE: [NYCOLUMB] Ten Broeck / Hoffman-marriage of daughter Annatje/Hannah?
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Ten Broeck / Hoffman
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RE: [NYCOLUMB] Ten Broeck, Anntje, bp 1764
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Jonathan Mott m. Mary Bull
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re:Kirby or Jones
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Germantown photos
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Ten Broeck, Anntje, bp 1764
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Claverack Bapt. Records - Deinhart/ Cohl; Miller; Bogart; Smith; Young; Bectel; Schadoweck;Thomson
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Worth, Shubael of Hudson
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American WWI Mothers' Pilgrimage, 1930
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Counties Formed From Albany County
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Census 1850
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