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Re: [AYR] Re: Irvine Central Hospital
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Campbells of Auchmannoch--Ayrshire, Parish of Sorn
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"holy card
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Re: [AYR] "holy card
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Re: [AYR] Kilmarnock, 1841 census, ed 29, pages 1-4
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Re: Thomson
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Re: Thomson's in Lanarkshire and Aryshire
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Riddall/Riddell?Spence
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Re: [AYR] Kilmarnock, 1841 census, ed 29, pages 1-4
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William Orr and Jane Hunter, William was Herald for the Earl of Eglington
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Off Topic: Web Site for Parishes & District Numbers
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Andrew Robb
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RE: [AYR] Riddall/Riddell?Spence
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Steven or Stevenson?
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Re: Jane Dickie and John Kimmet
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Re: Thomas Paton
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Re: [AYR] List Administrator--Not Recieving e-mails
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Kilmarnock, 1841 census, ed 29, pages 19-22
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Kilmarnock, 1841 census, ed 29, pages 15-18
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Kilmarnock, 1841 census, ed29, pages 11-14
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