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[NYDELAWA-L] Pine Grove and Old Ceme., Laurel Bank Av.
by Louise Belsby
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] MAYNARDs of Delaware County, NY, 1800s
by Jeffrey F. Lee
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] PARKER / PARSONS / PECK / PUFFER / RAFF / RALPH / RICH
by Walter Gaddis
21 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] BOLES
by Linda Ogborn
21 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] BOLES
by Sally W Goodfellow
21 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] Dougal
by List user
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] BOLES
by PHILIP D DELAMARTER
21 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] Dougal
by Linda Ogborn
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] Dougal
by Data2001
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] Fw: [BALLARD-L] Looking for Linda Ballard's Sister
by Bonnie Dimler
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] Re: NYDELAWA-D Digest V98 #237
by List user
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] Search Warren and Marsh
by nicole terral
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] Lockwoods and Stone Quarries in Hale Eddy
by List user
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] Smith/Church/More
by granat
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] 1880 census Delaware Co., NY
by Rick Crume
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] missing ancestor; Denend
by Richard Leonard
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] NYG&BS
by Bonnie Dimler
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] MUNSON / MYERS / OGDEN/ OLMSTED / OLMSTEAD
by Walter Gaddis
21 years, 1 month
[NYDELAWA-L] MEAD/MOLLATT/MOFFATT/MOORE
by Walter Gaddis
21 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] Re: CRAFT's
by Linda Ogborn
21 years, 1 month
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