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Ronald
by Karen Gower
19 years
Matthews/McMurray
by Donald Rennie
19 years
Jones/Howat
by Jeannie Harmon
19 years
Jamphras Surname
by Jeannie Harmon
19 years
Richmond family
by John Phillips Ritenour
19 years
Letter #3 from JANET B.
by Judy A. Ollikkala
19 years
A Few Notes by Rev. David Landsborough, L.L.D., Kilmarnock
by List user
19 years
McCreadie Family
by Yvonne
19 years
Reminiscences by the late A.W. Mieklejohn
by List user
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TAYLOR, Jane Arthur Dickie - born Kilwinning abt. 1838
by David LYLE
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1864 Marriages at Fenwick
by List user
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Wills Index - 1847-67 - Ayrshire - Gemmills/ells
by List user
19 years
Re: Death Index for B.C. Canada
by D LaFlamme
19 years
Re: Letter #2 from JANET B.
by Tom Fialkowski
19 years
CAMPBELL of Kilmarnock
by Doug Campbell
19 years
Young
by Sue B
19 years
Wylies of Beith/Melvilles of Beith
by Lesley Stainer
19 years
YOUNGS in Ayrshire
by Nick and Kate Madina
19 years
PICKEN MORTON CUNINGHAME OF RICCARTON
by Margaret Blake
19 years
(no subject)
by Peter & Dora Hannan
19 years
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