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[NYCOL] Cronkhite Genealogy
by Cliff Lamere
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[NYCOL] Re: tygert
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[NYCOL] Henry Anibal/Annable died 1844 in Hudson
by Audrey Annable Franklin
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[NYCOL] tygert
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[NYCOL] Hannah Decker (West) Tyler
by Darth Miller
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[NYCOL] Knickerbacker
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[NYCOL] Re: Sally CROSS m Eldad BLACKNEY, c1805
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[NYCOL] Family of David S. Reynolds
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[NYCOL] Re: Sally CROSS m Eldad BLACKNEY, c1805
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[NYCOL] Re: Veit Musig (Mesick) Columbia Co., NY
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[NYCOL] Sally CROSS m Eldad BLACKNEY, c1805
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[NYCOL] DeVoe and Kinney
by Donna DeVoe
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[NYCOL] Tobias Miller(Muller)/Mary Knickerbacker
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[NYCOL] Methodist Church Records
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[NYCOL] Re: Veit Musig (Mesick) Columbia Co., NY
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[NYCOL] Diner/Lunch Wagon Query
by mike engle
17 years, 9 months
[NYCOL] Re: Barringer
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[NYCOL] Re: Barringer
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[NYCOL] Re: FULLER
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