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Re: Gavin Dalziel & Martha Currie
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A Happy New Year and Thanks to Alex
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John DONALDSON, Agnes WHITEFORD c1880
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Edward Tulloch
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Re: 1871 CEnsus
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Re: Surnames
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Fw: 1901 census on Scots Origins
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Reid and Mitchell
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8th Foot
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Re: Thomas Snodgrass and brother
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What happened in 1820?
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NEW YEAR!
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Re: Thomas Snodgrass and brother
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Delenny, Ayrshire?
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Fenwick UP church register, note 432
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Fenwick UP church register, note 431
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Re:Maclaren
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Re: Brown from Ayr
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Re: Dearie family, Beith, Ayrshire
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