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Re: Whitletts, Ayr
by Alex Hughes
19 years, 11 months
MCCAIG, ECCLES, MOORE, LENAHAN, FARRELS
by List user
19 years, 11 months
Re: Kilbirnie death 1861-1870??
by gm3suz.freeserve.co.uk
19 years, 11 months
SHANNON in Kilmarnock
by Heather
19 years, 11 months
introducing myself!
by Tom Mclelland
19 years, 11 months
Re Glasgow and West Scotland FHs
by Kay Bastin
19 years, 11 months
Kilbirnie death 1861-1870??
by List user
19 years, 11 months
Re: Death/Birth Index Look Up
by Alex Hughes
19 years, 11 months
DYKES,ARMOUR,RUNDLE,MAIR
by Grace Cockburn
19 years, 11 months
Death/Birth Index Look Up
by Cathy B.J, Moir
19 years, 11 months
Dictionary of Scottish Immigrants
by Karen Alton
19 years, 12 months
Re: McKIE/McKAY
by bcart.freeserve.net
19 years, 12 months
Hamilton; Campbell
by List user
19 years, 12 months
Re: Whitletts, Ayr
by Alex Hughes
19 years, 12 months
New e mail address
by sally o
19 years, 12 months
Brisco
by Joseph McTaggart
19 years, 12 months
Re: WILLIAM MURPHY -b. 1835, TROON, AYR, SCOTLAND
by Iain Kerr
19 years, 12 months
Re:1891 census lookup Girvan AYR
by Hamilton Residence
19 years, 12 months
ANDERSON & FERGUSON surnames
by Kathy Tolman
19 years, 12 months
LAMBIE
by Ronald J. Johnson
19 years, 12 months
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