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red mail kerr
im looking for any details of barbara kerr,born 1884 at cumnock, she married patrick burns on the 29th april 1904 daughter of james and janet kerr m.s. drimnan, any information would be appreciated.
red mail James Laurie & Annie Stewart
Looking for information about James Laurie (born 1846 Old Cumnock or Kilmarnock) who married Annie Stewart (born 1857 Dalrymple) at Old Cumnock about 1875.
red mail Ross Bryden Smith
malcolm ross and margaret Bryden were married 1792 muirkirk had son Daniel who married Elizabeth Smith Any information gratefully received they lived cumnock
red mail Thomas Mcconville of Cumnock
Looking for information and family history on my grandfather Thomas Mcconville who emmigrated to north western pennsylvania in America from Cumnock Scotland in the early twentieth century
Richard & Charlotte Bannatine of Old Cumnock in 1860's
Lived in Glarinock House after return from Australia, where Richard (45 in 1861) met and married Charlotte (Owen).Richard born in Edinburough, was a surgeon aboard a ship to New South Wales.In 1861 Census living with Robert Bannatine aged 53, his brother, and children Charlotte J, Elizabeth C, Owen A. and Richard A as well as 4 servants. Anyone knowing anything about the Bannatine family of Old Cumnock or about Glarinock House, please let me know. Thank you.
red mail Lang Robertson MacMillan
Langs, Robertsons, Macmillans from Cumnock 1800s or earlier. PLease get in touch if you have any relatives with these names pre 1900 - I have too many to list here. Thanks.
red mail McEwan, McKinnon of Old Cumnock
John McEwan, birthdate unknown, married Jane Kennedy McKinnon on July 16, 1875 at Old Cumnock. She was born in 1855. Need to find the parents, siblings, birthplaces of both John McEwan and Jane McKinnon.

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