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McKean
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McKean
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Re: Sunday Chat
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Re: AYRSHIRE-D Digest V01 #257
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"HISTORY" BOOKS
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Re: Blind Harry
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McGregors in Kilmarnock/Tarbolton
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AYRSHIRE born con't.
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British Columbia deaths/AYRSHIRE BORN
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Re: CHURCHES on Line.
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Re: John and Agnes Muir McKelvie of Riccarton, Ayrshire, Scotland
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Re: ORR
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Re: "HISTORY" BOOKS
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Re: Kirkoswald, Ayr
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Re: RITCHIE
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Re: Niven Agnew Cabinet maker
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Re: Jeannie Murdoch
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A register of 950 Canadian Marriages and baptisims
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Re: A register of 950 Canadian Marriages and baptisims
by Irene Mitchell
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