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Fw: Blairs of Aghadowey, County Londonderry to MA. in 1718
by Mike Boyd
4 months, 1 week
FW: Ayr File #2
by Fiona Harris
4 months, 1 week
The possible family of Rev Thomas Boyd and Elizabeth Douglas of Aghadowey, County Londonderry
by Mike Boyd
4 months, 2 weeks
Parish Rolls of the 1684-1684 during hte Killing times
by Mike Boyd
4 months, 2 weeks
Jennet Murray McKnight of New Cumnock
by Anne Burton
4 months, 3 weeks
Miss Leavitt's book of "The Blair Family (1900)."
by Mike Boyd
4 months, 3 weeks
When to Quakers from Ireland go to PENN. prior to 1718
by Mike Boyd
4 months, 3 weeks
The family of Anne Boyd and Henry Miller of Ballyhalbert, County Down.
by Mike Boyd
4 months, 4 weeks
Name spellings
by George McCaig
4 months, 4 weeks
Re: Boyd DNA
by Mike Boyd
5 months
Re: Was Gaelic ever spoken in Ayrshire?
by Kay Williams
5 months
Fw: The family of John Boyd and Ann Logan of County Antrim, who in 1762 went to Albany, NY
by Mike Boyd
5 months
Was Gaelic ever spoken in Ayrshire?
by Mike Boyd
5 months
Stirret/Sterrat
by Janet Morgan
4 months, 4 weeks
Re: King James II, eldest daughter, Princess Mary Stewart and her two husbands
by Kay Williams
5 months
Boyds of Bonshaw, Ayrshire
by Mike Boyd
5 months
King James II, eldest daughter, Princess Mary Stewart and her two husbands.
by Mike Boyd
5 months
Re: john harvey
by thomas1969
5 months, 1 week
Fw: Boyd farmer near Rowreigh [2-139AA # 409]
by Mike Boyd
5 months, 1 week
Scotland
by Murray Reid
4 months, 4 weeks
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