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RE: [AYR] Youmgs
by Kristina Cameron
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Re: Hempkin in Maybole,
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Re: WRIGHT family - Ayrshire.
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Tracing descendants..was Youmgs
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Re: WRIGHT family - Ayrshire.
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Re: John Monaghan St Quivox and Hurlford.
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Youmgs
by Laurel Young
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Re: WRIGHT family - Ayrshire.
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Re: [AYR] Youmgs
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Re: Had MAIR family in Kilmarnock in 1800
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Re: John Monaghan St Quivox and Hurlford.
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Re: John Monaghan St Quivox and Hurlford.
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Mckie's from Barr
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Re: 1851 Census Kilmarnock
by John Ferguson
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Re: Laidlaw / Stewart 2nd Response:
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Re: Laidlaw / Stewart
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Stirling Parish
by Mike Boyd
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 8TH MAY, 1851
by Wayne Hannay
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 1ST MAY, 1851
by Wayne Hannay
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Re: [AYR] Stirling Parish
by James
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