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Fw: Queen's Shilling
by Kathy Baker
18 years, 8 months
RE: Wilson
by Lindsay Young
18 years, 7 months
James BRODIE, Coylton
by Barbara Tillery
18 years, 7 months
Re: Scots Origins Mailing list
by List user
18 years, 7 months
James BRODIE, in Coylton
by Barbara Tillery
18 years, 7 months
BRODIE/PATTISON/WALLACE
by Barbara Tillery
18 years, 7 months
Scots Origins Mailing list
by Margaret Steele
18 years, 7 months
Local Historians for AYR & Dailly
by Diana
18 years, 7 months
Fenwick burials, 1817
by List user
18 years, 7 months
UP Church, Catrine
by Judy A. Ollikkala
18 years, 7 months
Re: AYRSHIRE-D Digest V01 #146
by Nick and Kate Madina
18 years, 7 months
Re: Robert Burns and Jean Armour
by Clive Roper
18 years, 7 months
lookup 1891 cenus please
by annetta
18 years, 7 months
Re: researching may 5 - 19th
by Jill McKenzie
18 years, 7 months
MI's Stevenston/Saltcoats by Mairi Frew
by alexander.hughes
18 years, 7 months
John Reid Scotland
by Laurie
18 years, 7 months
FERGUSONs, GRAHAMs: Maybole, c.1800 to 1850.
by Norman Gallop
18 years, 7 months
Passenger list, "Timaru", Glasgow to Bluff, Dunedin, 31 Dec 1874. P to no more.
by Norman Gallop
18 years, 7 months
the name Anderson
by trev-hazel
18 years, 7 months
MACMORLAND Home in Ayr?
by Diana
18 years, 7 months
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