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Re: [AYR] 300 years of Picken
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Re: [AYR] SODEN of Kilmarnock
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Re: [AYR] McKie, Kee, Kay families and Templetons
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correction 'Jean ALEXANDER' query
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Who was Jean ALEXANDER
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McKie, Kee, Kay families and Templetons
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Mary Cuthbertson / John Broun
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Mary Cuthbertson / John Broun
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McHouls, McHoulls
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McKie families
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Re: [AYR] McHoull, McHoul and Ritchie
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McHoull, McHoul and Ritchie
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Ritchie/Highet
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Re: [AYR] Death of JAMES MORRISON
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Re: [AYR] Death of JAMES MORRISON
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Death of JAMES MORRISON
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Re: [AYR] McNear/ McNair
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Margaret & William Drummond (nee Shannon) Kilmarnock East Ayrshire
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Re: [AYR] Kirkwood Family from Kilmours
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Winifred Smith Mclean Johnstone
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