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[NYCOL] madaline law
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Re: [NYCOL] Phillips
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[NYCOL] Julia SHOEMAKER
by Greg Volk
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[NYCOL] Phillips
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[NYCOL] RE: Kleina Kill
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[NYCOL] Kline Kill
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[NYCOL] Re: Keina Kill/Klines Kill
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[NYCOL] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V00 #84
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[NYCOL] response
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[NYCOL] Ferguson, Jacob & Harriet (Barton) c. 1820 >Dutchess Co.
by Ginny
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[NYCOL] Elisabeth HARTER 1746
by Heather Meeker Metheny
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[NYCOL] Scalley Surname
by D'Arcy N Lovetere
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[NYCOL] Wilcox
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Re: [NYCOL] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest
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[NYCOL] Van Hoesen
by James J. Finkle
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[NYCOL] Law/clark
by char
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[NYCOL] Guide to Albany Area Genealogical Resources
by Cliff Lamere
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[NYCOL] WILCOX
by Laurien Babcock Fan
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Re: [NYCOL] My wife is trying to do my family tree.
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[NYCOL] Lystra and Parnell TAYLOR
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