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Family genealogies and vital record links on my web page and some new ones
by Barbara Jeffries
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Re: 1710 Palatines
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Re: Martinus and Johan Wilhelm Simon
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Re: Martinus and Johan Wilhelm Simon
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Re: Anyone have access to cemetery records? Rev. Josiah L. Dickerson, Spencertown
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Anyone have access to cemetery records? Rev. Josiah L. Dickerson, Spencertown
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Re: Daniel Cady
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My search engine up-dated
by Barbara Jeffries
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1900 Marriage - Philmont?
by Jean Snow
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Re: CHASE, CHACE
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Re: Dutch Reform Church in Hillsdale
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Christian Thomson / Tomson / Thompson Columbia Co. NY
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Christian Thomson / Thompson / Tomson
by Pat Holling
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Re: Jacob Van Valkenburgh buriel place
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Re: Jacob Van Valkenburgh buriel place
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William Henry Mink
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Anthony & Hiram Drumm
by Dave Drumm
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Re: Jacob Van Valkenburgh buriel place
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Re: Frisbie, Morgan, Van Alen, Blinn
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Re: Taberski naturalization papers
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