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[NYCOL] Martling / Archer / DeVouw
by Donna DeVoe
17 years, 5 months
[NYCOL] Cemetery Info?
by List user
17 years, 5 months
[NYCOL] DeVeaux / Colyer / Banta
by Donna DeVoe
17 years, 5 months
[NYCOL] VAN HOOSAN / AIKENS
by Tiffany
17 years, 5 months
[NYCOL] Chrystie / DeVoe
by Donna DeVoe
17 years, 5 months
[NYCOL] Mendon-where is it????????
by Linda Roller
17 years, 5 months
[NYCOL] W. Mendon--where is it????????
by Linda Roller
17 years, 5 months
Re: [NYCOL] Phillip Frisbie/Frisbee
by Jim Groat
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Ferris / DeVoe
by Donna DeVoe
17 years, 6 months
Re: [NYCOL] Philmont
by Cliff Lamere
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Philmont
by List user
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Colter Mills in Columbia County 1870's
by List user
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Phillip Frisbie/Frisbee
by Debi Bostwick
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Van Hoosan Aikens 1840 Columbia County
by Tiffany
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Tompkins / DeVoe
by Donna DeVoe
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Noah Phelps and family, Austerlitz, 1790s
by List user
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Washburn in Columbia County -- ca Rev War
by List user
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Dyer Finch and Hannah Brown
by Harvie and Liz Barker
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Huigh
by Donna DeVoe
17 years, 6 months
[NYCOL] Ackerman
by Donna DeVoe
17 years, 6 months
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