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1797 Tax List - Hudson
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Re: Martinus and Johan Wilhelm Simon
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New Additions of Will and Naturalizations Indexes
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Conrad Overhiser and Mary Story
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Celebration of Celts
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Mason,Martha-Lebanon,NY 1894
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Cynthia Vanguilder married a Brannock(sp)?
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Another New Addition
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Chatham Center Methodist Baptisms
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Re: yes I'm still here
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Re: VanDeusen
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Re: Morris family/Jane Dusenbury
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Ten Broeck Ghent NY?
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VanDeusen
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Obadiah Daley
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Re: John Chase
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Re: John Chase
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Re: kendria turner
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Re: [NYCOL] Jaob (Jacob) HAVER/HAUVER/HAWVER b. May 13,1798
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John Chase
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