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Re: [AYR] FERGUSON / BLACK
by Goldstraw
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FERGUSON / BLACK
by Heather Grimwood
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Re: [AYR] Early 1900 records for the Lady Flora Institute, Newmilns
by List user
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1851 census, Coylton, ED 7, pages 16-17 (the end for all of Coylton)
by Jim Bundy
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1851 census, Coylton, ED 7, pages 11-15
by Jim Bundy
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1851 census, Coylton, ED 7, pages 6-10
by Jim Bundy
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1851 census, Coylton, ED 7, pages 1-5
by Jim Bundy
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Kilmarnock Register of Mortality 2. note 13
by Jim Bundy
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Re: [AYR] Bullman family history Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Bullman family history Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Bullman family history Scotland
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Bullman family history Scotland
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GRAHAMS of Wallacetown?
by Kelly Paul Graham
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Fenwick monumental Inscriptions
by The Pools
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Re: [AYR] Fenwick monumental Inscriptions
by Mike Boyd
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Re: [AYR] Sweaton, Docherty famlily history
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Re: [AYR] Marshall fam of Robert and Agnes Logan Marshall
by joan
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Re: [AYR] Sweaton, Docherty famlily history
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Re: [AYR] Lady Flora Institute, Newmilns
by List user
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Re: [AYR] search gggrandmother
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