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SMITH
by Leslie Granat
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Look Up
by Susan Mulvey
19 years, 3 months
NY Vinings
by Karolyn Roberts
19 years, 3 months
Columbia Co. Look-ups
by Diane Larson
19 years, 3 months
Kelleyhouse/Smith in columbia Co., NY
by Deborah Ferris
19 years, 3 months
Vining
by Karolyn Roberts
19 years, 3 months
Northrup
by Annette Campbell
19 years, 3 months
Look Ups
by Susan J. Mulvey
19 years, 3 months
HAYES/STICKLE
by Karin Brown
19 years, 3 months
Bernhard Piester
by Beverly
19 years, 3 months
Barent (Bernhard) Piester
by Susan Mlvey
19 years, 3 months
Stickle/Hayes
by Dann Hayes
19 years, 3 months
Silvernails
by Terri Weideman
19 years, 3 months
Gallagher
by Ethel Gaspar
19 years, 3 months
Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V00 #55
by Bob Riffenburgh
19 years, 3 months
Hugh McNeill/ Mary Silvernail
by Steven K. Wilder
19 years, 3 months
Re: Silvernail Station
by Susan Bedson
19 years, 3 months
Silvernail Station
by Roger Smith
19 years, 3 months
America Celebrates Memorial Day - some websites
by Sue Downhill
19 years, 3 months
Alsop Carpenter and Elizabeth Bunker
by John McSwain
19 years, 3 months
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