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[SACKETT-L] SACKETT in NY Births and Baptisms, SE Region 1660-1916
by Bill & Nancy Siders
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[SACKETT-L] More information for St. Peter's in Thanet
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Re: [SACKETT-L] BREAKING NEWS !!!
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[SACKETT-L] Wisconsin Sacketts, page 16-21. End of manuscript
by Mary Lou Sackett-Penn
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[SACKETT-L] correction
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[SACKETT-L] Wisconsin Sackett's pg. 10-15
by Mary Lou Sackett-Penn
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[SACKETT-L] Phene (Sackett) Nichols
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[SACKETT-L] SACKETT's of Wisconsin
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Fwd: [SACKETT-L] re Phene Sackett
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Re: [SACKETT-L] re Phene Sackett
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Re: [SACKETT-L] re Phene Sackett
by Marian Kelly
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[SACKETT-L] re Phene Sackett
by katherine russell
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Re: [SACKETT-L] Re: Black vote
by Fred Sackett
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Re: [SACKETT-L] Re: Black vote
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[SACKETT-L] Re: Black vote
by Roy Aber
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[SACKETT-L] Oldest Stone in Mechanics Street Cemetery
by Fred Sackett
19 years, 1 month
[SACKETT-L] Hold Personal replies
by Cindy Owens
19 years, 1 month
RE: [SACKETT-L] BREAKING NEWS !!!
by Bill & Nancy Siders
19 years, 1 month
[SACKETT-L] BREAKING NEWS !!!
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19 years, 1 month
Re: [SACKETT-L] BREAKING NEWS !!!
by Sally Gustafson
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