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Osprey family 1800's
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Dr. Henry C. Galster
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Ask NY STATE Library to offer remote access to certain databases
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cemetery workshop
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Remove
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Re: Daniel Litts, Letts, Lotts -- Kinderhook 1700's
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Hiram Dwight Pierce
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Re: Noah Ashley 1747 Chatham New York/ Rebecca Reynolds
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Re: Noah Ashley 1747 Chatham New York/ Rebecca Reynolds
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Noah Ashley 1747 Chatham New York/ Rebecca Reynolds
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The Miller Family
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Wills transcribed and in USGenWeb Archives
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Re: Shirts or Shurts family
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Re: Mellenville Union Cemetery
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