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[NYDELAWA-L] Merritt/Rhead marriage in Trout Brook
by Bob Norton
17 years, 4 months
[NYDELAWA-L] Marriage certificate question
by List user
17 years, 4 months
[NYDELAWA-L] Grange
by Roger D Davis
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] NOTE: Server maintenance may effect list
by C. Raymond LaFever
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] Gray, Watrous, Ferguson, Marshall - 1900 Military Census
by Linda M Smith
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] GAR Post
by L82
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] More Finds from Grandma's Book
by Robin & Dawn Carew
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] Finds from Frances(Holmes)Young Scrapbook
by Robin & Dawn Carew
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] PECK
by Robert Peck
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] Death.Zip VIRUS sent with Gensite info!
by List user
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] Delaware County Sites
by List user
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] Yaple, Yaples
by lawney hites
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] NYC birth certificate
by List user
17 years, 5 months
[NYDELAWA-L] help- NYC birth certificate
by Kimberley Tuckey
17 years, 5 months
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