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Re: [AYR] Alexander Dunlop
by List user
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Re: [AYR] Ayrshire farming family - WYLLIES
by List user
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Dunlop from Maybole
by Beverley Cooen
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Re: [AYR] MC MURTRIE, Jean, 1766, Ochiltree
by Mary Paton
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MC MURTRIE, Jean, 1766, Ochiltree
by Mary Paton
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Re: [AYR] 1861 Census look up
by Nuala Cockburn
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Kilmarnock Burials note 44
by Jim Bundy
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Kilmarnock 1851 census ED 26 pages 26-28 (the end)
by Jim Bundy
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Kilmarnock 1851 census ED 26 pages 21-25
by Jim Bundy
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Kilmarnock 1851 census ED 26 pages 16-20
by Jim Bundy
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Kilmarnock 1851 census ED 26 pages 11-15
by Jim Bundy
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Kilmarnock 1851 census ED 26 pages 6-10
by Jim Bundy
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Kilmarnock 1851 census ED 26 pages 1-5
by Jim Bundy
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1861 Census look up
by Alan Ritchie
12 years, 8 months
MC MURTRIE, Jean, 1766, Ochiltree
by CHERIE EVERETT
12 years, 8 months
Re: [AYR] Alexander Dunlop
by List user
12 years, 8 months
John Muir wife Agnes of Kilmarnock or Riccarton marr bef 1799
by Flanders
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WIG - BMD'S FROM WFP 22ND JUNE, 1854
by Wayne Hannay
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Ayrshire farming family - WYLLIES
by List user
12 years, 8 months
John Ferrier b.1832
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