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Delaware UPDATE
by Joyce Riedinger
13 years
Orrin Beach of Frankln, NY
by John H. Beach
13 years
Delaware Update
by Joyce Riedinger
13 years
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] walton cemetery
by List user
13 years, 1 month
walton cemetery
by Amy DiMaria
13 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] antirenters
by D Hanna
13 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] Matthew Griffin diary 1845
by jeremiah palmer
13 years, 1 month
migration to Crawford Co., PA
by Ben and Linda Moore
13 years, 1 month
"Breezy Beers"
by Brook Lassie
13 years, 1 month
Re: [NYDELAWA-L] Matthew Griffin diary 1845
by D Hanna
13 years, 1 month
Craig-e-clair
by calamityjane
13 years, 1 month
Post office? Town?
by List user
13 years, 1 month
Matthew Griffin diary 1845
by D Hanna
13 years, 1 month
antirenters
by D Hanna
13 years, 1 month
ROBERT HENRY HOTALING
by Brook Lassie
13 years, 1 month
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