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AYRSHIRE

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Re: Howies of Lochgoin
by Kerry Farmer
21 years, 1 month
Re: Thomas DEMPSTER of Dalrymple
by Irene Mitchell
21 years, 1 month
Thomas DEMPSTER of Dalrymple
by Pamela M Robins
21 years, 1 month
Howies of Lochgoin
by "<Dr. Paul Harris or Sandra Harris>" <
21 years, 1 month
McTaggart, Young
by Randy McTaggart
21 years, 1 month
Nimmo,s of Sorn
by Claude W Nimmo
21 years, 1 month
Cookston and Wardneuk at Kilmarnock
by Tim Millar
21 years, 1 month
Archives
by Lois & Mervyn M. Williams
21 years, 1 month
Re: Naming conventions
by List user
21 years, 1 month
New Paisley page
by Marjorie Jodoin
21 years, 1 month
Ayrshire born, buried elsewhere
by Pamela M Robins
21 years, 1 month
Cooney, Doyle, Wilson, McEwan, Shennan
by List user
21 years, 1 month
Cooney and Doyle Families
by List user
21 years, 1 month
Re: address in Stevenston, Ayr
by Iain Kerr
21 years, 1 month
CAMERON - McEWAN
by Keith Scott
21 years, 1 month
address in Stevenston, Ayr
by List user
21 years, 1 month
Re: IRVINE & KILWINNING MI's
by Hugh McCallum
21 years, 1 month
Hannah, Smillie, McGhee, McMillan
by Anne Grace
21 years, 1 month
Re: IRVINE & KILWINNING MI's
by David & Joy Lyle
21 years, 1 month
It really works!!
by George & Ellie McCaig
21 years, 1 month
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