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RESERVE NOW--Dinner & Benedict Arnold reenactors
by Barbara de Mare
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Carr family from Kinderhook 1746-present
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Carr family from Kinderhook 1746-present
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Jackson Family
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Cemeteries in Columbia Co.
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Cemeteries in Columbia Co.
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Carr family from Kinderhook 1746-present
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Corbetts in Canaan?
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Need Look-up: Reformed Dutch Church, Ghent
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Need Look-up: Reformed Dutch Church, Ghent
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Need Look-up: Reformed Dutch Church, Ghent
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Native American marriages
by Debra Winchell
8 years, 1 month
Re: [NYCOLUMB] Native American marriages
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Native American marriages
by Debra Winchell
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Native American marriages
by tsg
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Confusion on Chatham vs Village of Chatham vs Town of Chatham, etc. in the late 1800s
by Fred Saar
8 years, 1 month
Ashley house history
by Doris
8 years, 1 month
Re: [NYCOLUMB] Confusion on Chatham vs Village of Chatham vs Town of Chatham, etc. in the late 1800s
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Re: [NYCOLUMB] Confusion on Chatham vs Village of Chatham vs Town of Chatham, etc. in the late 1800s
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Confusion on Chatham vs Village of Chatham vs Town of Chatham, etc. in the late 1800s
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