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Fwd: Howat; Baird
by bill treumann
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Fwd: Howat; Baird
by bill treumann
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Howat; Baird
by bill treumann
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Research in Ayrshire - Questions
by William MCDILL
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Location of Address in Parish of Colmonell, Scotland
by William MCDILL
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Location of Barr by Girvan Ayrshire Scotland
by William MCDILL
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1852
by Wayne Hannay
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Re: [AYR] Morrison of Mauchline
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calderwood/andrews & porter in Northern Ireland
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Re: [AYR] Morrison of Mauchline
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Re: [AYR] STRACHAN, John A., Alexander L. Strachan, Mary from New Cumnock
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 23RD SEPTEMBER, 1852
by Wayne Hannay
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lookup please re John and Agnes Muir of Ayrshire
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Re: [AYR] Morrison of Mauchline
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Re: [AYR] Was Mrs. John Schaw of Sornbeg the last burial in Galston Church?
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 9TH SEPTEMBER, 1852
by Wayne Hannay
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Re: [AYR] SCHAW of Sornebeg
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Re: [AYR] Was Mrs. John Schaw of Sornbeg the last burial in Galston Church?
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Kilmarnock Burials note 25
by Jim Bundy
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Re: [AYR] Morrison of Mauchline
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