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Baptists' Records
by List user
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Re: Baptists
by Iain Kerr
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Ayshire Marriages--Brownlie--from the OPR
by aria99
19 years, 6 months
ref: Bryson Templeton
by Allyson Cain
19 years, 6 months
Ayrshire connections
by Doug Campbell
19 years, 6 months
AULD - Kilwinning
by bill wilson
19 years, 6 months
Re: Thom Family Ayrshire
by Craig Pickup
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Re: Thom Family Ayrshire
by Linda & John Wareham
19 years, 6 months
Thom Family Ayrshire
by dmtjc
19 years, 6 months
Hamilton/Taylor/McFarlane
by KATE
19 years, 6 months
McAlester, Somerville, McGlashan from Kintyre
by List user
19 years, 6 months
new look up
by arlene mcclintock
19 years, 6 months
Re: The Scottish Church 1560-1929
by Iain Kerr
19 years, 6 months
Re: Ayrshire Castles
by Jill McKenzie
19 years, 6 months
Baptists
by Nick and Kate Madina
19 years, 6 months
Re: The Scottish Church 1560-1929
by Grace Cockburn
19 years, 6 months
Re: Ayrshire Castles
by Lloyd Mitchell
19 years, 6 months
Graveyard find
by Ann
19 years, 6 months
Re: The Scottish Church 1560-1929
by Sheena Carmichael
19 years, 6 months
Re: The Scottish Church 1560-1929
by List user
19 years, 6 months
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