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Re: AYRSHIRE Digest, Vol 13, Issue 96
by Pat Galovich
1 year, 4 months
Re: Millar / Loudon -Dundonald, Riccarton
by Ian Miller
1 year, 4 months
Who is Culbert Boyd in the 1630 Muster Roll in County Down
by Mike Boyd
1 year, 4 months
Fw: Sir Thomas Boyd of Bedlay's Lands in County Tyrone
by Mike Boyd
1 year, 4 months
Four Montgomery Brothers
by Kathryn Stevenson
1 year, 5 months
4 Montgomery brothers to Ballymena in the Plantation of Ulster in 1609
by Mike Boyd
1 year, 4 months
Re: Craig mill
by Kay Williams
1 year, 4 months
Thomas Reid. Alloway Headstone.
by Murray Reid
1 year, 5 months
Thomas Reid. Dyster of Craig Mill. Alloway
by Murray Reid
1 year, 5 months
Explanation of terms 1851 census
by Goldstraw
1 year, 5 months
Census info.......sex. FC etc
by Goldstraw
1 year, 5 months
The family of Margaret Boyd, of Pitcon, and Baillie James Wilson, senior merchant in Kilmarnock.
by Mike Boyd
1 year, 5 months
Thomson/McNeill/Drinnan Tarbolton 1873 Marriage Certificate
by Maggie Grant
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