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my great grandparents
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Re: [AYR] Seafaring men, of Saltcoats,Ayrshire
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Re: [AYR] MACCUBBIN, MCGREGOR, BLACK
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 10, Issue 41
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emily love
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Re: [AYR] emily love
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Geelong Highland Games Sunday 1 March at Deakin University Waurn Ponds campus
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merchant seamen
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Re: [AYR] John Morris Hill Baird, Born Ardrossan, 1916?
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Merchant Navy Seamen 1835-1941
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Re: [AYR] McSkinner McKelv*
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Re: [AYR] McSkinner McKelv*
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Re: [AYR] McSkinner McKelv*
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Re: [AYR] McSkinner McKelv*
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Re: [AYR] McSkinner McKelv*
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Re: [AYR] McSkinner McKelv*
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Thomson/Welch/Welsh
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Geelong Highland Gathering in Victoria Australia, Sunday 1 march 2015
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Re: [AYR] Possible references for Boyd families from the book The Carmichael Clan, Westbrook, and Allied Families, Mrs Opal Carmichael Phoenix, 1984
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Re: [AYR] Possible references for Boyd families from the book The Carmichael Clan, Westbrook, and Allied Families, Mrs Opal Carmichael Phoenix, 1984
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