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Re: [AYR] John Peden Hamilton, Marion Elizabeth Pringle
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Re: [AYR] John Peden Hamilton, Marion Elizabeth Pringle
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Female Elected Officials
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John Peden Hamilton, Marion Elizabeth Pringle
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Free limited time offer of 1911 Census Search
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Re: [AYR] Beswick from Troon or Ayrshire?
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Re: [AYR] Jane Peden
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Re: [AYR] Watson's Kilinning,Ayr. Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Watson's Kilinning,Ayr. Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Jane Peden
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Re: [AYR] Watson's Kilinning,Ayr. Scotland
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Re: [AYR] Thomas WALLACE b. 22 Aug 1820 Ayrshire, Scotland
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Re: [AYR] PEDEN/BAIRD
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COLONEL Wm. FULLARTON and MARIANNE MACKAY
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HART or HARTT of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, early 1800s
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change of email address
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