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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Risedorph Hudson Valley NY
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Houghtalling Hotelling Hotaling or Hotalling
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Houghtalling Hotelling Hotaling or Hotalling
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Houghtalings in Columbia County
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Manorton Church possibly Dutch Reformed?
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Manorton Church possibly Dutch Reformed?
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] POTTS MEMORIAL hospital
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Manorton Church possibly Dutch Reformed?
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Info. Columbia County
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] John Holmes of Columbia County, NY
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peter risedorph
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Risedorph Hudson Valley NY
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] CURTIS
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Lant/Landt Family History
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NYS Library Possible Weekend Hours
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NYS Library Possible Weekend Hours
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January events Rockland County
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1820 census WHITTEN / WHITTIN Question to list
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