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[NYCOL] About Your George's Brother Benjamin Smith
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[NYCOL] Magley marriages surnames
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[NYCOL] Dishers of Germantown
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[NYCOL] Searching: WEAVER, DURR, COMSACK, HALLERAN, MULLER
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[NYCOL] GAVITT
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[NYCOL] Blinn/Smith/Gavitt
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[NYCOL] Drake: Canaan, Columbia County NY
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[NYCOL] Roeliff Jansen Kill
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[NYCOL] About Your George's Brother Benjamin Smith
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[NYCOL] Churcgtown
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[NYCOL] Smith, George A. and Susan Oakley Columbia
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[NYCOL] Merritt's Mills FOUND
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[NYCOL] Edwin J. Smith
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[NYCOL] Hudson
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[NYCOL] Hudson (Hutson)
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[NYCOL] John Thomas Murrell
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[NYCOL] JOHN THOMAS MURRELL
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[NYCOL] Rev War Units
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Re: [NYCOL] Horn and Kilmer surnames
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[NYCOL] Nathaniel CROSS
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