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Surname and Town posting
by Chris Johnson
21 years
ROBINSON
by Ken BULLEN
21 years
Address - 1948 - Ayr
by Cathy B.J. Moir
21 years
RE: DALRY Look up
by Thomas Shaw
21 years
David Stewart
by List user
21 years
Blank Cheques
by David & Joy Lyle
21 years
Re: AYRSHIRE CENSUS PROJECT ??
by Peter Cook
21 years
Re: Tarbolton
by Iain Kerr
21 years
DALRY Look up
by List user
21 years
Unidentified subject!
by Bill Cunningham
21 years
Tarbolton
by David Hunter
21 years
Re: AYRSHIRE-D Digest V98 #146
by List user
21 years
Re: AYRSHIRE CENSUS PROJECT ??
by Gil Carrick
21 years
Re: Hugh Campbell, Maybole parish
by cstutter
21 years
Tarbolton
by Pamela M Robins
21 years
dunlop/logan/campbell
by List user
21 years
MUIR and SNELL
by Keith Jones
21 years
Hugh Campbell, Maybole parish
by List user
21 years
SNELL relatives
by Keith Jones
21 years
SNELL, relatives
by Keith Jones
21 years
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