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Re: McMurdo
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Re: Little Family
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fenwick kirk session minutes 1644-99, note 18
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Re: Little Family
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Fenwick, 1851 census, ED4, the rest
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Fenwick, 1851 census, ED4, part 2
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Fenwick, 1851 census, ED4, part 1
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Re: Campbell-lyons
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McKissock
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look up
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ROBERT RITCHIE
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Hardie's
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RE: What is Minnie short for?
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Re: AYRSHIRE-D Digest V02 #405
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Re: Robert McIlwraith b. ca 1860/90 - Help finding family?
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Re: Bryden/McMurtrie
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Re: Bryden
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Re: Bryden/McMurtrie
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RE: [AYR] What is Minnie short for?
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