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Re: [AYR] Freemen of Newton-on-Ayr
by Linda Nordby
9 years, 3 months
Re: [AYR] Major 69 Bengal N. I.
by Pat Wade
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Re: [AYR] Major 69 Bengal N. I.
by Lynne Hadley
9 years, 3 months
Major 69 Bengal N. I.
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Re: [AYR] Mary Donaldson (nee Guthrie)
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Re: [AYR] Mary Donaldson (nee Guthrie)
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Mary Donaldson (nee Guthrie)
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the Fenwick of Knowledge Society, note 2
by Jim Bundy
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Re: [AYR] 1861 Census Question - Janet Brown - Widow of a Major
by "E" Sharp
9 years, 3 months
Re: [AYR] Kilmarnock Kirk Session Minutes, note 84
by Jim Bundy
9 years, 3 months
Kilmarnock Kirk Session Minutes, note 84
by Jim Bundy
9 years, 3 months
Re: [AYR] 1841 Census Question - William Shields
by Irene Macleod
9 years, 3 months
Re: [AYR] James Frame brn 1821 Ayrshire
by List user
9 years, 3 months
Alloway, Ayrshire Lookup 1810-1830 Baird Family
by List user
9 years, 3 months
James Frame brn 1821 Ayrshire
by List user
9 years, 3 months
FW: Request for assistance
by John Ferguson
9 years, 3 months
1861 Census Question - Janet Brown - Widow of a Major
by "E" Sharp
9 years, 3 months
Re: [AYR] 1841 Census Question - William Shields
by "E" Sharp
9 years, 3 months
Re: [AYR] 1841 Census Question - William Shields
by "E" Sharp
9 years, 3 months
1841 Census Question - William Shields
by "E" Sharp
9 years, 3 months
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