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From: "red" <>
Subject: Re: GEN-MEDIEVAL-D Digest V03 #14
Date: Sat, 04 Jan 2003 11:20:58 -0600
hello fred& grant-
in regards to german lines, do either of you happen to know some of the better ways/sites/contacts to determine how to establish a german line??
... for the love of red ...
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003 21:35:33
>GEN-MEDIEVAL-D DigestVolume 03 : Issue 14
> #1 Re: Definition [ (W]
> #2 Re: Definition ["D. Spencer Hines" <D._Spencer_Hin]
> #3 Re: Re-dating William Longespee's ["Chris Phillips" <]
> #4 Re: Re-dating William Longespee's ["Rick J" <>]
> #5 Re: Re-dating William Longespee's 
> #6 Re: Re-dating William Longespee's [ (Craig Partri]
> #7 Re: Portrait of Landgraf Wilhelm I ["Fred Tiedemann Croese" <f.tc*N*O*]
> #8 Re: Re-dating William Longespee's [Don Aitken <>]
> #9 Re: Fact or Fiction: King Harold ["Phil Moody" <>]
> #10 Re: Fact or Fiction: King Harold [Sam Sloan <>]
> #11 Re: North Carolina Blount Line [Nathaniel Taylor <]
> #12 Re: Portrait of Landgraf Wilhelm I [ (Grant Menzies]
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