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Ritchie family Kilmarnock/ Coylton
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Elizabeth (Bessie) Boyd and Patrick Maxwell of Auldhall
by Mike Boyd via
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The Dunlops of Dunlop: and of Auchenskaith, Keppoch, and Gairbrad, The Dunlop Papers: Vol. Two, J. G. Dunlop, 1939
by Mike Boyd via
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Why was Lord Boyd Patron of Fenwick Church which was on Muir of Rowallan Lands
by Mike Boyd via
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Re: [AYR] Why was Lord Boyd Patron of Fenwick Church which was on Muir of Row...
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 10, Issue 137
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Re: [AYR] Boyd of Portincross - 15 Robert Boyds in one tomb within the parish Church of West Kilbride
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Boyd of Portincross - 15 Robert Boyds in one tomb within the parish Church of West Kilbride
by Mike Boyd via
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Re: [AYR] "The Clans, Septs, and Regiments of the Scottish Highlands", by Frank Adam
by Mike Boyd via
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"The Clans, Septs, and Regiments of the Scottish Highlands", by Frank Adam
by Mike Boyd via
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Who would I invite for Christmas dinner?
by Michael&Elizabeth Andrews via
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 10, Issue 132
by jeanne bell via
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Who I would Imvite for Christmas Dinner
by The Pools via
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Who would you invite for Christmas Dinner?
by Kathryn Stevenson via
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WHO WOULD YOU INVITE TO CHRISTMAS DINNER
by Peter STRAUSS via
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Re: [AYR] WHO WOULD YOU INVITE TO CHRISTMAS DINNER
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 10, Issue 130
by jeanne bell via
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Re: [AYR] Grugar or Grougar Ayrshire
by Linda via
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The Scottish Covenanter Genealogical Indes - (1630-1712 by Isabella MacLean
by Mike Boyd via
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Re: [AYR] Grugar or Grougar Ayrshire
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