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Re: [NYDELAWA] Delaware UPDATE
by Lori ODea
12 years, 5 months
Delaware UPDATE
by Joyce Riedinger
12 years, 5 months
Hammond
by Milt Hammon
12 years, 5 months
Ann M. (Failing) Edwards
by Sam Ferguson
12 years, 5 months
Updated GEDCOM File "D. F. Hoy Roots & Branches"
by Richard Davidson
12 years, 6 months
Ezra SMITH
by Judy Stromsted
12 years, 6 months
Garret and Mary Arnold of Franklin and Davenport
by The Poupel/Morddel family
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Re: [NYDELAWA] PARKER families
by K Powell
12 years, 6 months
Re: [NYDELAWA] Dr. Steven P. Wilcox
by K Powell
12 years, 6 months
Re: [NYDELAWA] PARKER families
by Dr. Steven P. Wilcox
12 years, 6 months
PARKER families
by K Powell
12 years, 6 months
Re: [NYDELAWA] WWII Dead & Vets From Delaware County
by John Mullinex
12 years, 6 months
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