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Early Upstate New York Church Records
by Dick Hillenbrand
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Margaret O'Donnell
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Re Kinship Books on Ancestry
by Jean Snow
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Kelly Books
by Jim Groat
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Kelly Books
by Barbara de Mare
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Kelly Books
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Claverack Reformed Church, Columbia Co., NY
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Ann: Sharon DiBartolo Carmack to speak
by Barbara de Mare
12 years
Re: [NYCOLUMB] REV WAR PENSION FILE LOOK UPS
by Ken Hill
12 years
REV WAR PENSION FILE LOOK UPS
by Scott Wolfe
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] John A. LOCKWOOD, Land Deeds, Columbia County, NY
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John A. LOCKWOOD, Land Deeds, Columbia County, NY
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Taghkanic Basketmakers
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Question for Elsie Saar
by Elsie Saar
12 years
Decker Road, Ancram
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12 years
Re: [NYCOLUMB] Question for Elsie Saar
by Clare Higgins
12 years
Re: [NYCOLUMB] Claverack Reformed Church, Columbia Co., NY
by List user
12 years
Question for Elsie Saar
by Clare Higgins
12 years
Re: [NYCOLUMB] Taghkanic Basketmakers
by List user
12 years
Re: [NYCOLUMB] Helen Schoefelt 1762-1825 m: Daniel Paddock
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12 years
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