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Re: Hamilton/McGill/McKechan
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Andrew Boyd Family / Kilmarnock, Ayr, Scotland
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John Clark
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Fw: Wm MILLIGAN 1856/ for BONNIE
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Re: [AYR] Re: BROWN 1720/1860sFREELAND 1720s Boyd 1944
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Re: [AYR] fenwick kirk session minutes 1644-99, note 106
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Re: [AYR] fenwick kirk session minutes 1644-99, note 106
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Re: Wyllie, Ralston, Millar,
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Re: [AYR] fenwick kirk session minutes 1644-99, note 106
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Re: [AYR] fenwick kirk session minutes 1644-99, note 106
by Jim Bundy
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Milligan/Paton marriage
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Straiton births & Slatehouse
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fenwick kirk session minutes 1644-99, note 106
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Re: Dearie family, Beith, Ayrshire
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NEIL/CHRISTIE
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Re: Dearie family, Beith, Ayrshire
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Re: Dearie family, Beith, Ayrshire
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Re: William Cunningham
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Re: BROWN 1720/1860sFREELAND 1720s Boyd 1944
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Re: munro/ballantyne
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