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Re: [AYR] Ayrshire census records availability
by James Bundy
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Re: [AYR] Ayrshire Census
by Garry F Bell
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Ayrshire Census
by Garry F Bell
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Re: [AYR] Ayrshire Census
by Nuala Cockburn
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Re: [AYR] SPELLING VARIATIONS FOR BOYD.
by Mike Boyd
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Fw: SPELLING VARIATIONS FOR BOYD.
by Mike Boyd
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Re: [AYR] SPELLING VARIATIONS FOR BOYD.
by LINDA NORDBY
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Fw: Hugh Bankhead Grisel Muir
by Mike Boyd
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Wm & Grizzel MUIT
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Re: [AYR] Fw: Hugh Bankhead Grisel Muir
by Linda
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Hugh Bankhead Grisel Muir
by List user
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The 1616 Lands of Penkill
by Mike Boyd
1 year, 11 months
Winter Springs, Florida Games 13-14 January 2018
by Mike Boyd
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admin
by Julie-Ann
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Re: [AYR] "Kirkdyke" or Kirkdyke", in Kilmarnock
by Mike Boyd
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Re: [AYR] Frews in Ayrshire
by Deborah Rea
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Frews in Ayrshire
by catherine madinaveitia
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Re: [AYR] FREWS in Ayrshire
by Deborah Rea
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Re: [AYR] FREWS in Ayrshire
by Deborah Rea
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Craigie Kirkdyke Re: "Kirkdyke" or Kirkdyke", in Kilmarnock
by Jenny Blain
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