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JOHN ROSS of Colmonell or Dailly
by John Ferguson
12 years
William McCurdy (1792-1863) m. Margaret Crawford (c1803-aft 1862)
by JM
12 years
Christina McCurdy (1837-1912) wife of George McKissock (1834-1912)
by JM
12 years
Re: [AYR] CADDIES
by List user
12 years
Spare Marriage: 1892 Nisbet/Maclew & Stracham/Kennedy
by Bobbie Hall
12 years
Spare Marriage: 1878 Miller/McCallum & Miller/Bryan
by Bobbie Hall
12 years
Spare Marriage: 1891 McCallum/Miller & Loughrin/Frew
by Bobbie Hall
12 years
Spare Marriage: 1910 Sloan/McLaughlan & Wards/Hall
by Bobbie Hall
12 years
Joseph Kennedy b. 1694, Ireland or Ayrshire d. 1768 Goffstown New Hampshire USA
by Ryan Thompson
12 years
John STEWART, Troon, 1901
by Sarah Galbraith
12 years
WILSON
by Jenny Myers
12 years
Spare Marriage: 1924 Baird/McLelland & Nisbet/Nicol
by Bobbie Hall
12 years
George McKissock m. Christina McCurdy
by JM
12 years
Thomson-Young family
by nroberts
12 years
Re: [AYR] Thomas Ross(b1825), Margaret Leckie(b1831), William Ross(b1780) and Sarah McCarlie(b1787)
by List user
12 years
Cockmoss, Galston
by Robert Struthers
12 years
Re: [AYR] Nickname: Jock
by Mary Hamilton
12 years
Margaret Boyd and Matthew Fairservice of Kilmarnock
by Mike Boyd
12 years
Margaret Boyd and Matthew Fairservice of Kilmarnock
by Mike Boyd
12 years
Re: [AYR] Nickname: Jock
by a.stevenson
12 years
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