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Cornies/Kornies (039)

2880 Cornies, Abraham J. (1905)
2880, 2881 Cornies, David Johann (1907)
3290 Cornies, Elisabeth (1869)
4656 Cornies, Heinrich (1908)
1333 Cornies, Heinrich Heinr. (1902)
3290 Cornies, Jacob Heinr. (1878)
3289 Cornies, Jacob Heinrich (1875)
4656 Cornies, Johann (1906)
2880 Cornies, Johann J. (1904)
2880 Cornies, Johann Johann (1881)
4656 Cornies, Johann P. (1874)

1333 Cornies, Justina (1903)
2880 Cornies, Justina Abr. (1882)
0974 Cornies, Katharina (1862)
4656 Cornies, Maria (1874)
3289 Cornies, Maria (1910)
3200 Cornies, Peter (1906)
3289 Cornies, Susanna (1907)
3200 Cornies, Susanna Johann (1894)
3200 Cornies, Wilhelm Heinrich (1893)
5302 Kornies, Anna (1897)
0655 Kornies, David Heinr. (1905)

0606 Kornies, Heinrich Heinr. (1870)
0606 Kornies, Heinrich Heinr. (1870)
5302 Kornies, Heinrich Jacob (1894)
0606 Kornies, Johann H. (1907) 2880 Kornies, Abraham J. (1905)
2292 Kornies, Bertha (1891)
2292 Kornies, Bertha (1891)
0655 Kornies, David Heinrich (1905)
2292 Kornies, Heinrich Heinr. (1889)
0606 Kornies, Heinrich Heinrich (1870)
2292 Kornies, Heinrich Heinrich (1889)
0606 Kornies, Johann H. (1907)
2880 Kornies, Johann J. (1904)
2880 Kornies, Johann Johann (1881)
2880 Kornies, Justina Abram (1882)

Other (903)

1041 Christleid, Elisabeth (1903)

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Improved Index: The CMBoC index pages now groups heads of households on the basis of the GRANDMA surname codes (PDf p4). By using these codes,  all the variant spellings of each surname are given a single code value, such as 001 for Abrams, Abrahams and other variations of that surname.  This makes it much easier to find a particular surname in large lists or in databases, searching by code number rather than by trying all the possible ways that the surname may be spelled.

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