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Re: [AYR] WILLIAM TEMPLETON, STEVENSTON.
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Re: [AYR] Browns of Dalmellington
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Re: [AYR] WILLIAM TEMPLETON, STEVENSTON.
by Bob Ross
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WILLIAM TEMPLETON, STEVENSTON.
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Kilmarnock Burials note 32
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Re: [AYR] Cockburn sometimes Cobrin ?
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Re: [AYR] Cockburn sometimes Cobrin ?
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Re: [AYR] John Cockburn and antecedents
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Re: [AYR] Name Interests: KIRKLAND, ARNOTT, WRIGHT
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Re: [AYR] John Cockburn and antecedents
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 16TH JUNE, 1853
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Re: [AYR] Name Interests: KIRKLAND, ARNOTT, WRIGHT
by Duncan Malcolm
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Name Interests: KIRKLAND, ARNOTT, WRIGHT
by julie tyrell
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Death Notice 1966
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David McCALL & family
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Cornelius/Kerr
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FREE SITE
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Re: [AYR] CLENDENNING,CLENDINNING,GLENDENNING
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 9TH JUNE, 1853
by Wayne Hannay
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Re: [AYR] Killean and Kilchenzie
by Sarah Galbraith
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