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Family genealogies and vital record links on my web page
by Barbara Jeffries
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Bonesteel family history compilation
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Re: Hiram Bostwick Warner - Biography
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Re: Livingston/Kuhn
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1798 Survey Map; Columbia County; Towns of Clermont, Livingston, Germantown
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Simon/Simmons/Kellerhouse
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Hudson, New York 1912 Directory, including Claverack Village and Stottville
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Re: Lathrop family
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Name Polly
by Bruce & Meredith Smith
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Re: Lathrop family
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Lathrop family
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RE: Nickname of 'Polly'
by David Proper
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Re: [NYCOL] Nickname of 'Polly'
by Wendy McLean
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Nickname of 'Polly'
by Bruce & Meredith Smith
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Re: Daniel Litts, Letts, Lotts -- Kinderhook 1700's
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Re: Shirts or Shurts family
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Re: Moll/Reutenauer
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Re: Moll/Reutenauer
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My Hayes Website Update
by Richard Hayes
14 years, 7 months
Moll/Reutenauer
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