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[NYCOL] Re: JOHN&PHINEAS SPENCER OF SPENCERTOWN
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[NYCOL] Re: JOHN&PHINEAS SPENCER OF SPENCERTOWN
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[NYCOL] JOHN&PHINEAS SPENCER OF SPENCERTOWN
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[NYCOL] Re: Moore
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[NYCOL] New York Local History Network
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[NYCOL] Re: Bresnahan - Brosnan
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[NYCOL] loethscher immigration
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[NYCOL] loethscher immigration
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[NYCOL] Jeremiah Irving
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Re: [NYCOL] Churchtown Baptisms
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[NYCOL] Churchtown Baptisms
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[NYCOL] Re: Family of Margaret Reifenberg(Rivenburgh)
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[NYCOL] DeVeaux / Devoe
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[NYCOL] Re: Esselstyn in Claverack
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[NYCOL] Re: Esselstyn in Claverack
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[NYCOL] SPIES FAMILY
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[NYCOL] Log of the Rensselaerswyck
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[NYCOL] RE: Hillsdale Runaway Slave - John Collins - 1809
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[NYCOL] Newspapers
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Re: [NYCOL] Vital Records pre 1881
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