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Border bairns : an Ainslie family history


Description
Statement of Responsibility:
by Robert L. Morden
Author:
Morden, Robert L.
Media Type:
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Types:
Family histories
Books
Notes:
Cover title.; Includes errata page tipped in on p.i. [dated March 1979]; Includes a copy of the coat of arms of de Ainslie of Dolphinstone tipped in between p. 34 & p. 35.; Includes bibliographical references (p.iii-iv).; Includes 3 loose maps tucked in at back; Includes 5 leaf index attached to inside back cover
Publisher:
Robert L. Morden
Place of Publication:
Woodstock, ON
Collation:
v, 74 p. : ill., maps
Subject(s):
Personal Name(s):
Ainslie, James Davidson, 1833-1915--Family ; Ainslie family ; Anderson family ; Bailey family ; Bartlett family ; Bryant family ; Brydges family ; Clarke family ; Christison family ; Eaton family ; Everett family ; Falls family ; Ferguson family ; Freeman family ; Greenman family ; Harper family ; Hopkins family ; Hore family ; James family ; Long family ; Matheson family ; Mervyn family ; Morden family ; Morrison family ; McArthur family ; McDonald family ; Panton family ; Parker family ; Purvis family ; Reid family ; Running family ; Sagle family ; Sibbald family ; Sullivan family ; Thomas family ; Valley family ; Wilson family ; Wismer family ; Wright family ; Noble family ; Miller family ; Smith family ; Hayden family ; Baker family
ID Number:
929.2 Ainslie -M 1978
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Please note that as The Ontario Genealogical Society does not hold copyright on these materials, we are unable to reproduce and/or supply copies of any of the Family Histories in our Collection.
Location of Original:
Toronto Reference Library, Humanities and Social Sciences
Contact
The Ontario Genealogical Society
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

2100 Steeles Avenue West, Unit # 202
Concord, ON L4K 2V1

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Border bairns : an Ainslie family history