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Re: [AYR] McKNIGHT of Ayrshire 1535-1800
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Re: [AYR] Janet Lauchlan (Morton)
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Re: [AYR] My Coville connection
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Janet Lauchlan (Morton)
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Re: [AYR] Richard BRUCE
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Richard BRUCE
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Re: [AYR] Robert Sterritt/Starrett co Donegal near Letterkenny 1821
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Re: [AYR] Logans of New Cumnock
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Re: [AYR] Robert Sterritt/Starrett co Donegal near Letterkenny 1821
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Robert Sterritt/Starrett co Donegal near Letterkenny 1821
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Mary/Margaret McCREDDIE
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Re: [AYR] STEWART / MCCREDDIE
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STEWART / MCCREDDIE
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Re: [AYR] Adam HOUSTON & Margaret BOYD
by Mike Boyd
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Living Descendants of John Clark, Agnes McCreadie
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Adam HOUSTON & Margaret BOYD
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Re: [AYR] (O/T) - CAMBUSDOON, Alloway.
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Re: [AYR] Crawfords of Beith/Paisley
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Re: [AYR] Jardine/Hamilton/Gray/Gardiner Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Jardine/Hamilton/Gray/Gardiner Scotland
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