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My maternal Great, Great Grandfather Major James B. Brown of the Union Army was descended from John Brown
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Census data to list - Jim B's contributions
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Dreghorn Monumental Inscriptions.
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Place name Potherth AYR query
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Fwd: Fenwick 1891 census, ED1 ,pages 16-18
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Fenwick 1891 census, ED1 ,pages 16-18
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