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1930 Census - Murray
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POINTers WNY Chapter #5 March Meeting
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Newcomer to this Group!
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researching the Douglas/Douglass surname and connecting families.
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JGS of Buffalo, NY Work Study Meeting
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Web site
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1910 NY census, Orleans Co, Barre Election District 2
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New Old News
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Orleans Co. News
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County Line Cemetery
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Re: [NYORLEAN] County Line Cemetery
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County Line Cemetery
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