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[NYCOL] NYCOLUMB-D Digest V01 #202
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[NYCOL] NYCOLUMB-D Digest V01 #202
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[NYCOL] RAOGK
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[NYCOL] Address for Austerlitz VItal Records
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[NYCOL] Addresses for Chatham, Austerlitz and Hillsdale Cemeteries
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[NYCOL] Looking for family of Ray A. Scism and Cora R. Proper
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[NYCOL] RE: Sarah Schutt
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[NYCOL] Johannis Kells Claverack, Columbia, NY 1799
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[NYCOL] Meyerdiercks, Meyer, Weirsinger
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[NYCOL] Meyerdiercks, Meyer, Weirsinger
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[NYCOL] Re: SMITH
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[NYCOL] MsgBoard re:Smith
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[NYCOL] Re: NYCOLUMB-D Digest V01 #199
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[NYCOL] Amos BROWN Chatham 1791
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[NYCOL] Re: Look Ups
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[NYCOL] Robert Andrews 24 November 1807
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[NYCOL] Re: Columbia County Historical Society & Rhinebeck Church
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[NYCOL] MYER/SHULTIS
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[NYCOL] Re: Samuel Crandell in Hillsdale 1800 Census
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[NYCOL] Re: Samuel Crandell in Hillsdale 1800 Census
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