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[NYCOL] Pickle
by S.Moore
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] John Pickel/Pickle b. 1738
by Eric Pickel
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] cir.1844 Baptist Church
by Karlynn
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Holdridge family
by Frank J. Doherty
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Jocobi, Sarah
by Peter Ashby
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Edy Cross/Walbridge
by Ron
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Jacobi, Shultz
by Shirley Moore
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Obit
by Jean
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Edy (CROSS) WALLBRIDGE
by Muriel Walton
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] CORNELIUS and/or HUGH WILSON
by Pat sheild
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] McGonegal in Hillsdale ,NY
by McGonegal George
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] INFORMATION NEEDED
by KIM
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Maude E. PULTZ Photo
by List user
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] LITTS & SCHMIDT of Kinderhook, NY
by Julie Litts Robst
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] early Germantown baptisms
by William Schwarm
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Schutes
by Susan Stalker Mulvey
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] SCHANTZ/DIETRICH(DIEDRICH)
by Anne
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Sheltus in New York 1700s
by William Schwarm
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] "Marenes" of Columbia Co.
by Bill Moore
18 years, 8 months
[NYCOL] Hollenbeck family
by Sally Chirlin
18 years, 8 months
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