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Cemeteries around Ayr, Ayr
by Christina Bellamy
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Re: Melvin/Franklin
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Re: McCosh Name
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virus or hoax of ???
by Phyllis Ziajka
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Fw: Ayrshire Deaths, 1829
by Edna Sharp work
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Re: [AYR] McEwans/Mcgarvie/Currie
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Re: Jim Bundy
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Place name in Colmonell
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Re: Christine/Christen/Christin/Davie in Stevenston
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Re: Re. Tom (Thom) McKergo
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Re: genealogy
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Re. Tom (Thom) McKergo
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McMillan
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McMillan Letitia, Samuel, Jannet Clark
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Re: [AYR] 1863 Ayrshire Marriages, some parishes
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Cunningham Family - Ayr
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Re: Christine/Christen/Christin/Davie in Stevenston
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McEwans/Mcgarvie/Currie
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John Tom and Margaret McKergo
by A and S Thom
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Fenwick Burials, 1706-11
by Jim Bundy
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