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Desire Jane Burton 16 February 1818
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] marriage records in Columbia County 1770-1820?
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marriage records in Columbia County 1770-1820?
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Birth /baptismal info in Hudson, c. 1834
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Van Vleek/Van Clake family, 1850-1930, Columbia Co
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Delia Blackney - daughter of Eldad Blackney
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Birth /baptismal info in Hudson, c. 1834
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Birth /baptismal info in Hudson, c. 1834
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Birth /baptismal info in Hudson, c. 1834
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A Bawdy Look at Dutch New York at the New York State Library
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Palmer Crary and Craryville
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