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Alexander Montgomery and Anne Sutherland
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Re: 1798 Survey Map; Columbia County; Towns of Clermont, Livingston, Germantown
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Re: Hollenbeck/Maxfield/VanDusen
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Re: 1798 Survey Map; Columbia County; Towns of Clermont, Livingston, Germantown
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Re: 1798 Survey Map; Columbia County; Towns of Clermont, Livingston, Germantown
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Re: Hollenbeck/Maxfield/VanDusen
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Re: Hollenbeck/Maxfield/VanDusen
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Persons/Parsons Family in Columbia County
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Re: 1798 Survey Map; Columbia County; Towns of Clermont, Livingston, Germantown
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Re: Mesick
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Re: William R. Mesick + Cornelia Vosburgh Mesick
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Re: Brusie Family Genealogy
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Re: Thomas MESICK (1821-1918) & Helen SHULTS of Kinderhook
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Re: Where was Columbia Hall? Shumway Property Cowen
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Re: 1798 Survey Map; Columbia County; Towns of Clermont, Livingston, Germantown
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Church of Nativity
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Family genealogies and vital record links on my web page
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RE: [NYCOL] 1850 Walter CURE's Wife? Columbia County NY
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Lucius E Cole I think his dad was Lansing Cole??
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