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Re: [AYR] TAYLOR, Beith and Satcoats
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Re: [AYR] help please-O'Hara
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Re: [AYR] help please-O'Hara
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Re: [AYR] help please-O'Hara
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Re: [AYR] help please-O'Hara
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Re: [AYR] Clearies of Troon
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Re: [AYR] Ritchie/Campbell
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Kilbirnie Locales
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Re: [AYR] Clearies of Troon
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Re: [AYR] Clearies of Troon
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TAYLOR, Beith and Satcoats
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Re: [AYR] McAlister/Campbells in KMK
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Re: [AYR] Neil McKay
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Re: [AYR] My Ayrshire BOYLE and McCOSH
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Re: [AYR] Breckenridge/Calderwood in Dalrymple 1817
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Re: [AYR] Breckenridge/Calderwood in Dalrymple 1817
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FERGUSON married COWAN/GUTHRIE/PETRIE/McKAY
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1851 census, Kilmarnock, ED1, pages 26-31 (the end)
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1851 census, Kilmarnock, ED1, pages 21-25
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