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Re: [AYR] Milwrick's
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Re: [AYR] MCDOWELL-SUFFERN in GIRVAN
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Re: [AYR] Robert Montgomery/rie
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Robert Montgomery/rie
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Re: [AYR] Watson/Ramsay family 1784 Ayr, Ayr
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Watson/Ramsay family 1784 Ayr, Ayr
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Divorce-1850's
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Re: [AYR] Candlishs in Ayrshire
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Re: [AYR] Candlishs in Ayrshire
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Re: [AYR] John Tennant Family Memorial in Mauchline Cemetery, Ayr
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Re: [AYR] Hall
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Re: [AYR] DIVORCE IN THE 1850'S
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John Patterson and Ann Knox
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Re: [AYR] John Tennant Family Memorial in Mauchline Cemetery, Ayr
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Re: [AYR] John Tennant Family Memorial in Mauchline Cemetery, Ayr
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Boyds and Watsons
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 6, Issue 72
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DIVORCE IN THE 1850'S
by Peter STRAUSS
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Re: [AYR] DIVORCE IN THE 1850'S
by E Cunningham
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Re: [AYR] my Tennent connection
by Sharon Cunningham
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