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German Lutheran Church
by Laurie Eikemeyer
18 years, 1 month
vacation
by Kerridge
18 years, 1 month
20/20 on ABC television tonight
by Nicol Wieme
18 years, 1 month
Eleazer BAKER 1795-1837
by Pat Johnson
18 years, 2 months
naturalization petitions, Orleans Co., 1825-1836
by Martha Grenzeback
18 years, 2 months
Click for cans
by Nicol Wieme
18 years, 2 months
Jotham Warner and Esther Senter, the dau of Thomas SENTER (b.1753) who m. James Proctor
by Gary Warner
18 years, 2 months
GOING TO BE GONE FOR A WHILE
by Richard Callard
18 years, 2 months
Eli Farnham 1830 Census
by List user
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