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Re: [AYR] Fw: St Andrew's Day, sydney australia
by Louise Gibson
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Re: [AYR] St. Andrew’s Day Australia
by Lloyd Mitchell
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 12, Issue 106
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St. Andrew’s Day Australia
by LINDA NORDBY
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St Andrew's Day, sydney australia
by Mike Boyd
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 12, Issue 106
by Pat Galovich
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Re: [AYR] AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 12, Issue 106
by Vickie Dippel
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Fw: St Andrew's Day, sydney australia
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British home children - Canada
by Kay Williams
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Fw: Alexander Boyd, in the office of Parish Clerk of Kilmarnock in 1547. new 11th Child for Robert Boyd, fifth Lord Boyd
by Mike Boyd
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Re: [AYR] Names of people in 1547 Vote for a Parish appointment
by Heather Grimwood
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Fw: [BOYD] Boyd of Hungryhill (Scotland) 1547
by Mike Boyd
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Re: [AYR] These Boyds of Kimarnock Parish in 1547
by Mike Boyd
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These Boyds of Kimarnock Parish in 1547
by Mike Boyd
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Re: [AYR] Names of people in 1547 Vote for a Parish appointment
by List user
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Names of people in 1547 Vote for a Parish appointmnet in Kilmarnock
by Mike Boyd
2 years, 1 month
The known children of Robert Boyd, Glover of Kilmarnock, and Margaret Boyd.
by Mike Boyd
2 years, 1 month
Looking for new list owner
by Alexander Hughes
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Re: [AYR] Is anyone researching the family of John Boyd and Agnes Blackwood of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire?
by Jennifer Myers
2 years, 1 month
Re: [AYR] Is anyone researching the family of John Boyd and Agnes Blackwood of Kilmarnock, Ayrshire?
by Mike Boyd
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