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Re: ROTTENYARD area, Old Cumnock in 1740
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Gibson /Dick family
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Re: ROTTENYARD area, Old Cumnock in 1740
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ROTTENYARD area, Old Cumnock in 1740
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Is this an alternative Origins for the Boyds of Ballycastle, County Antrim, Ireland?
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Who were held hostage with Sir Thomas Boyd (7th Chief of Boyd) in 1423 for the release of King James I?
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Newtonhead School on Viewfield Road, Ayr
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Re: AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 37
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GEORGE DALRYMPLE, born c.1740, of Old Cumnock
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Re: AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 35
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Re: McNeill ,Mackie
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Torrance, McNeill ,Mackie
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