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[NYCOL] HULET marriage
by List user
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[NYCOL] Schenectady, NY Episcopal marriages online
by Cliff Lamere
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[NYCOL] townsend
by Nancy Hermance Grab
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[NYCOL] Eli Ogden 1807
by Nancy Hermance Grab
18 years, 9 months
Re: [NYCOL] remove
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[NYCOL] Ashley-VanValkenburgh
by Paul Sweet
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[NYCOL] FULLER
by Jon Holcombe
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[NYCOL] Ann M. Bates
by Michael Seamans
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[NYCOL] Whitbeck/Witbeck/Woodbeck?
by John Bedard
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[NYCOL] remove
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[NYCOL] Yager/Jager
by D. Yager
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[NYCOL] remove
by Jim Blass
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Re: [NYCOL] Palatine Germans
by R. Kyser
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[NYCOL] Ranney
by robin hotmer
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[NYCOL] Best
by Justin Dinehart
18 years, 10 months
[NYCOL] Briggs Family
by John H. Schultz
18 years, 10 months
[NYCOL] New Query Message to Post
by John McMenamy
18 years, 10 months
[NYCOL] Palatine Germans
by List user
18 years, 10 months
[NYCOL] Palatine Germans
by Penny Pulver
18 years, 10 months
Re: [NYCOL] Palatine Germans
by List user
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