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Bernhardt Schmidt family & DNA
by Bruce & Meredith Smith
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Re: Johannis Milhen / Milham last Will & Testament
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Family genealogies and vital record links on my web page including 2 new families
by Barbara Jeffries
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Re: Johannis Milhen / Milham last Will & Testament
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John & Sabrina (Finch) Bailey 1840 census Lookup
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Johannis Milhen / Milham last Will & Testament
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Re: Phillips
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'Look-up' help
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Jacob Cornwell, born Chatham 1830
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Re: Susan Flint
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Re: Edwin Lewis Wheeler
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Re: Robert and Harry Flint
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Re: Ebenezer Andrews
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Farmers Bank,Iron Bldg in Hudson NY
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Re: Crysler and variant spellings
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William Mercer
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Re: July 4, 1890 marriage of Elmer Nilsson and Lamara Coons
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1837 letter from Miss Emily Moore of Chatham
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FINGER-MAGLEY-families, Columbia Co.
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Re: July 4, 1890 marriage of Elmer Nilsson and Lamara Coons
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