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[NYCOL] Col. Reuben RANNEY of Claverack (1767-1845)
by Bill Hull
19 years
[NYCOL] Bixby/Schaverman
by Dawn Pratt
19 years
[NYCOL] Bixby/Schauerman connection
by Kevin Raatz
19 years
[NYCOL] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V00 #126
by Miki Nilan
19 years
[NYCOL] FAULKNER
by Linda Dickey
19 years
Re: [NYCOL] SHUFELT/ZUFELD
by Jim Groat
19 years
[NYCOL] Children of Hendrick H. Mesick and Maria Truax
by Bill Hull
19 years
[NYCOL] SHUFELT/ZUFELD
by CHERYL MURPHY
19 years
[NYCOL] Noble Town Proprietors Meetings online
by Cliff Lamere
19 years
[NYCOL] SPAM ALERT
by Eve
19 years
[NYCOL] Nobletown Proprietors Meetings
by Susan Mulvey
19 years
[NYCOL] Riders Mill area Schoolhouse
by Julie Bright
19 years
[NYCOL] Re: Re: Palatines in Columbia County
by Jennifer Nordyke
19 years
[NYCOL] familytree
by groganlawrence
19 years
[NYCOL] wood
by eleanordillon
19 years
[NYCOL] Palatines in Columbia County
by Jennifer Nordyke
19 years
[NYCOL] Peter SHARP and Polly HOGEBOOM
by Bill Hull
19 years
[NYCOL] Other Sharp Families
by Bill Hull
19 years
[NYCOL] Peter Sharp Family of PA.
by John Sharp
19 years
[NYCOL] Eagle Hill Cemetery records posted
by Cliff Lamere
19 years
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