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RE: [NYCOL] mrg: Crippen/Hatch
by Gary Welch
19 years
[NYCOL] Jackson
by Erwin Fellows
19 years
[NYCOL] mrg: Crippen/Hatch
by James W. Crippen
19 years
[NYCOL] Neistadt
by Susan Mulvey
19 years
[NYCOL] Columbia Republic help
by dave stott
19 years
[NYCOL] Fisher family
by dave stott
19 years
[NYCOL] Re: Finch/Stoliker
by bcomeau
19 years
[NYCOL] LYNK
by Charlyne Lynk
19 years
[NYCOL] Mamie
by Susan Mulvey
19 years
[NYCOL] Jannetje - Translation and Pronunciation
by Cliff Lamere
19 years
[NYCOL] Dutch Name
by Susan Mulvey
19 years
[NYCOL] Snyder/Winnegar
by Kim Grimes
19 years
[NYCOL] Hayes
by Karin Brown
19 years
Re: [NYCOL] Stockport
by VK Formel
19 years
[NYCOL] Hayes/Moon
by Gail Boyer Swetman
19 years
[NYCOL] Name Question
by Cindy Webb
19 years
[NYCOL] VanDeusen,LaDue,VanValen
by Hope Bradley
19 years
[NYCOL] Pels's Wife's Ancestors & Siblings
by List user
19 years
[NYCOL] Pels: Outline Descendant Tree
by List user
19 years
[NYCOL] Stockport
by Cliff Lamere
19 years
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