Coni’s direct line to Amos Gilbert Jr. & Sr. of VEvay, Switzerland, IN

Coni (Allen) Dubois’s Direct lineage
To view my research book on the Descendants of Noah & Sarah (Allen) Gilbert

Click this link to preview PDF

I have also created individual reports for each of my direct line to Noah & Sarah (Allen) Gilbert and combined them into one PDF for you.

Starting with my Grandfather Robert James Gilbert and continues to Noah Gilbert.

Download PDF – Click Here

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