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The family of Ann Boyd, of Pitcon, and John Gemmell, merchant in Irvine.
by Mike Boyd
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The family of Margaret Boyd, of Pitcon, and Baillie James Wilson, senior merchant in Kilmarnock.
by Mike Boyd
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The family of the last Boyd Laird of Pitcon – Thomas Boyd and Jean Cuningham.
by Mike Boyd
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Re: The family of James Boyd and Jonet Bankhead of Busbie
by Louise Gibson
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Robert Wallace
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The family of James Boyd and Jonet Bankhead of Busbie, in Kilmaurs Parish, Ayrshire in 1666.
by Mike Boyd
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Thomson/McNeill/Drinnan Tarbolton 1873 Marriage Certificate
by Maggie Grant
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Re: Testaments and SRO publications
by Louise Gibson
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testing posting - had a problem with earlier post!
by Jenny Blain
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ROBERT WALLACE
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ROBERT WALLACE
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Re: Box making
by Kay Williams
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Occupation - Bosemaker
by Bill Davidson
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Re: What does testament mean
by Kay Williams
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What does "Testament" mean
by Mike Boyd
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The family of Robert Bankhead and Elizabeth (Bessie) Boyd who married in 1688 at Kilmarnock, Ayrshire.
by Mike Boyd
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Ayrshire Old Parish REgisters in 1667 for Kilmarnock
by Mike Boyd
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Re: AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 50
by Mary Swayne
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Thomas Reid...Craig Mill...River Doon
by Murray Reid
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HANNAY / HANNA
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