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Register of Sasines 1635-1660, Ayr, CAMPBELL
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Register of Sasines 1635-1660--Ayr--Campbell
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Register of Sasines, 1635-1660-Ayr--CAMPBELL
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Register of Sasines 1635-1660--Ayr
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News paper transcription HBH Feb 16 1888.doc
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Mathie/Wood
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Re: Thomas Clark
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Leads needed for DEATH CERTIFICATE.
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FAO: AOL users
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Re: Colman family from Kilmarnock
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Re: Colman family from Kilmarnock
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Colman family from Kilmarnock
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Re: John Maxwell Brown & Mary Spiers
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Re: John Maxwell Brown & Mary Spiers
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Re: [AYR] What was a "Woodman"?
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What was a "Woodman"?
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David CALDWELL, c. 1689 - 1796, Ayrshire.
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Re: [AYR] Robbie Burns.... identifying Tam O Shanter.
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Galston Volunteers
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Any records of Scottish sailors in the 1850's?
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