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[NYCOL] Eva HEISER
by Allen Hizer
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] Joseph Law b. 1752
by Wm & Penny Kresl
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] unsubscribe
by rob cooper
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[NYCOL] Jenkins
by Dolores Vasilow
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[NYCOL] Herione Jenkins, wife of Dr. John Talman
by Ben Talman
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] Jehiel SMITH 1785
by MARGAREt DAVIS
18 years, 7 months
Re: [NYCOL] Re: [D-Col] State census
by List user
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[NYCOL] Re: [D-Col] State census
by Cliff Lamere
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] What newspapers to try?
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[NYCOL] McCORMICK and O'HARA
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[NYCOL] Cammer/Murphy/Hughes
by Carla Peterson
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[NYCOL] PHILLIPS, Peter of Kinderhook
by Dianne
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[NYCOL] Query
by margaret Coffey Nelson
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] Thanks! but sorry
by Eve
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[NYCOL] CONRAD DENEGAR
by Lynn Gardner Miller
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] Laws of N.Y.
by Diana Custer
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] North Pitcher
by Dolores Vasilow
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] William H. Smith 1832-1900
by Diane Ollivett-Miles
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] Van Buren
by Diane Ollivett-Miles
18 years, 7 months
[NYCOL] Ann M. Bates
by Diane Cassedy Ollivett-Miles
18 years, 7 months
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