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White Jean bn circa 1820-30
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Lymburner/ Highet
by Alan Ritchie
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Re: [AYR] Covenanter - John Brown of Priesthill
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Does anyone know the family details of William Wallace of Failford (Part of the Wallace of Craigie) and his wife Agnes Boyd?
by Mike Boyd
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Is The Scots Peerage, Vol. V, p 166, ed. Sir James Balfour Paul, 1907, WRONG about Sir Thomas Boyd of Bedlay?
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Re: [AYR] Covenanter - John Brown of Priesthill
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In 1624, who is the father of James Boyd – Bishop Andrew Boyd or Mr Zachary Boyd?
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Re: [AYR] Tracing Postcard Source
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Re: [AYR] Richard BRUCE
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Re: [AYR] JAMES STRACHAN
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Re: [AYR] JAMES STRACHAN
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Re: [AYR] Tracing Postcard Source
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ROBERT BURNS DAY
by Peter STRAUSS
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Re: [AYR] caldwell at knockshuggle farm, coylton ayrshire early 1800's
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Hugh Graham born 1871
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gillies
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THE NAME "HARPER
by Peter STRAUSS
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THE NAME "HARPER"
by Peter STRAUSS
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Re: [AYR] John boyd of Craneberry Moss
by John Bogie
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Tracing Postcard Source
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