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Allan from Ayrshire
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Re: [AYR] MAIR/NEWMILNS
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SHAW
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Meaning of the Term "Wardship" in early 1500's
by Mike Boyd
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Deaths and Burials in OPR
by John Shaw
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Re: [AYR] Quinn McAllister Witherspoon Sword Sneddon >Motherwell Ayrshire Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Quinn McAllister Witherspoon Sword Sneddon >Motherwell Ayrshire Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Deaths and Burials in OPR
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Alistair Ivor Gilbert Boyd, 7th Baron Kilmarnock
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Re: [AYR] Quinn McAllister Witherspoon Sword Sneddon >Motherwell Ayrshire Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Quinn McAllister Witherspoon Sword Sneddon >Motherwell Ayrshire Scotland
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Re: [AYR] mckean harvey & hay from tarbolton kirkoswald
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Re: [AYR] mckean harvey & hay from tarbolton kirkoswald
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Re: [AYR] Quinn McAllister Witherspoon Sword Sneddon >Motherwell Ayrshire Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Quinn McAllister Witherspoon Sword Sneddon >Motherwell Ayrshire Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Surname SKEOCH or SCHEOCH
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Meikle/Mukill/Mekill of Tulloch. Brown's of Auchmannoch.
by Ken & Alice Brown
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Deaths and Burials in OPR
by Nuala Cockburn
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David Lusk marr 21 Nov 1743 Kilwinning to Barbara King
by Trish Lawrence
10 years, 8 months
David Reid marr 7 Dec 1716 Kilwinning to Agnes Goolyland
by Trish Lawrence
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