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Re: [NYDELAWA] Walton Area Wood Family
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Native American Ancestry- Wright, Hammond surnames
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Baptist Church Records?
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Re: [NYDELAWA] William YEOMAN, 1800-1875, Bovina., Franklin. Tompkins
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Re: [NYDELAWA] RECORD OF BIRTH or CHRISTENING FROM 1832 IN TOMPKINS
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Re: [NYDELAWA] NYDELAWA Digest, Vol 7, Issue 105
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Re: [NYDELAWA] NYDELAWA Digest, Vol 7, Issue 104
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Obituaries?
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RECORD OF BIRTH or CHRISTENING FROM 1832 IN TOMPKINS
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Re: [NYDELAWA] RECORD OF BIRTH or CHRISTENING FROM 1832 IN TOMPKINS
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Re: [NYDELAWA] RECORD OF BIRTH or CHRISTENING FROM 1832 IN TOMPKINS
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Obituaries?
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Obituaries?
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Robert M Johnston/Harpersfield
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Re: [NYDELAWA] NYDELAWA Digest, Vol 7, Issue 102
by Beth Adams
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Tracking down Cronk and Craft near Bloomville
by Dee
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MANN/BARNUM
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Tracking down Cronk and Craft near Bloomville
by Gabrielle Pierce
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Re: [NYDELAWA] Tracking down Cronk and Craft near Bloomville
by Pat Watts
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Tracking down Cronk and Craft near Bloomville
by Ray LaFever
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