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Re: 1901 Census - Plans For it and Your Views
by David Rowan
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Kirkoswald: Ramsays: c1650-c1850
by Russell Ramsay
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LDS questions
by List user
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`How To Guide` for Ayrshire Resources
by Alex Hughes
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1901 Census - Plans For it and Your Views
by Alex Hughes
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Re: Kilmarnock: WYLLIE JONES BROWN CONNELL MILLAR SNODGRASS SMITH
by Kevin Herring
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Kilmarnock: WYLLIE JONES BROWN CONNELL MILLAR SNODGRASS SMITH
by Robert Foran
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Surname Interests
by Irene Colfer
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Surname Interests - Blair, Galloway, Muir, rankin & wilson
by sheryn
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Re: Stranraer
by Alex Hughes
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Re: Goldie's
by Alex Hughes
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Re: Scots Origin
by List user
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Goldie's
by Ian Goldie
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Re: Scots Origin
by List user
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McClure and Mclelland families
by Louise and Craig Summerhayes
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Stranraer
by Thom Garfat
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Scots Origin
by Thom Garfat
19 years, 10 months
Scottish Kirkyards - an illustrated talk by Dane Love 7th February, Town Hall, Maybole
by Rich Pettit
19 years, 10 months
Scots Origin
by Thom Garfat
19 years, 10 months
Laverty, Jamieson, Tunnoch, Duncan, Pollock, Calderwood.
by Jacqueline R Gibson
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