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Re: [NYDELAWA] Settlers @ Colchester Town: COOK
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Whitmans
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Whitmans
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Whitmans
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Whitmans
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Administrator Message
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Re: [NYDELAWA] DAY, CARRIER, COOK &c
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WHITMAN-DELAWARE COUNTY
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Settlers @ Colchester Town:
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Settlers @ Colchester Town:
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Ref. Clarissa[DAY]married to CARRIER
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Settlers @ Colchester Town:
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Shavertown and area
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Settlers @ Colchester Town:
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Wife of Google co-founder wants to test DNA of 98 per cent of the World!
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Settlers @ Colchester Town: COOK PARKER MILLER CARRIER COLE BAXTER DENNIS McKINNEY
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Pupphoto is back
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Interesting Tidbits
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Palatine German DNA Study of interest to Delaware County Descendants
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Solitude and the Laussats
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