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Re: [AYR] Derrykeighan Old Church Graveyard, by Dorothy Arthur, 2012
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Derrykeighan Old Church Graveyard, by Dorothy Arthur, 2012
by Mike Boyd via
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Fw: new message
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Re: [AYR] Goldie/Goudie
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Goldie/Goudie
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Goldie/Goudie - HUGH
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Re: [AYR] Goldie/Goudie
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What does the term "Wadset" mean
by Mike Boyd via
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Lennoxtown
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Re: [AYR] Robert Wallace
by Mike Boyd via
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Robert Wallace
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Robert Wallace
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Re: [AYR] Robert Wallace
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Robert Wallace
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Robert Wallace
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Robert Wallace
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Who was Christian, neice of Lord Boyd who married David Boyle of Segdeth?
by Mike Boyd via
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Re: [AYR] Robert Wallace
by Mike Boyd via
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Archbishop Robert Boyd of Trochrig, gravein Glasgow Cathedral
by Mike Boyd via
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Fw: The Family of William Boyd, farmer, in Parish of Airth, Stirlingshire, and Ann Cumming, who were married 24 December 1773.
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