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Re: [NYDELAWA] Town of Rockland in Delaware County?
by List user
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Announcing New Data Base
by Bill & Cathy McGrath
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Town of Rockland in Delaware County?
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Town of Rockland in Delaware County?
by Harriett Schultz
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Town of Rockland in Delaware County?
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Town of Rockland in Delaware County?
by laura lowell
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Town of Rockland in Delaware County?
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Query regarding Family Tree Maker
by Tree-Digger
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Query regarding Family Tree Maker
by RUSSELL RIVENBURG
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Query regarding Family Tree Maker
by List user
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Query regarding Family Tree Maker
by Roberta Meehan
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Re: [NYDELAWA] CANNONSVILLE CEMETERY REMOVALS
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Any Records from 1800? -C J Sheldon:
by List user
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CANNONSVILLE CEMETERY REMOVALS
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Fw: Origin of Delhi
by Earl Park
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Fw: Fw: Origin of Delhi
by Valerie
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Fw: Origin of Delhi
by Valerie
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Origin of Delhi
by C J Sheldon
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Origin of Delhi
by Geoff Brown
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