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[NYCOL] Phillips Search
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[NYCOL] Isaac Hatch, Hillsdale, Columbia Co
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[NYCOL] Re: Columbia Co. query
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[NYCOL] Decker
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[NYCOL] Re: Columbia Co. query
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[NYCOL] Re: Dykeman Family
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[NYCOL] Search Engines - Some Basics
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[NYCOL] FW: John C. Hopper
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[NYCOL] Harvey - Hudson, NJ
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[NYCOL] Civil War era - surname HOPPER
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[NYCOL] Re: [D-Col] PRYS, PARE, PERRY
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[NYCOL] Re: Bartholomew Carley b. 1757 Hillsdale, NY
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[NYCOL] Bartholomew Carley b. 1757 Hillsdale, NY
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[NYCOL] Re: prison records???
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[NYCOL] prison records???
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[NYCOL] Re: Hover/Hawver
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[NYCOL] Re: Hover/Hawver
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[NYCOL] Johannes PRYS & Geesche Hendrickse5 BURGHARDT
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[NYCOL] Mattheus GOES/HOES & Jannetje Hendrickse BURGHARDT
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[NYCOL] Re: Hover/Hawver
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