The ONS/DNA Diary may have some relevant notes to explain why items are listed in either of the following indices, but they may simply be listed because of minor formatting changes, or behind the scenes data.
Please note that this list only refers to changes in the lineage section of this website, please also refer to the place analysis changes.
17 Jun 2015
Catchside, Mary     (circa Aug 1784 - bet. 1823 - 1841)
Fairbairn, Alexander     (Dec 1788 - bet. 1851 - 1855)
Fairbairn, John     (circa Jun 1777 - bet. Sep 1867 - Dec 1867)
6 Jun 2015
Fairbairn, Thomas     (Apr 1817 - Nov 1887)
24 Feb 2015
Fairbairn, Thomas (m. Elspeth REDPATH)     (circa 1790 - Oct 1854)
15 Feb 2015
Fairbairn, Robert     (circa 1786 - aft. 1851)
9 Feb 2015
Fairbairn, John (F-17)     (circa 1947 - Jan 2015)
5 Feb 2015
Fairbairn, John     (1792 - 1847)
15 Jan 2015
Fairbairn, Mary Catherine     (Sep 1855 - aft. 1930)
7 Jan 2015
Fairbairn, Robert     (circa Jul 1781 - )
6 Jan 2015
Fairbairn, Archibald     (say 1760 - bet. 1800 - 1841)
Fairbairn, Robert     (say 1760 - )
5 Jan 2015
3 Jan 2015
Fairbairn, Archibald?     (say 1735 - )
12 Dec 2014
Fairbairn, Francis (m. Isabel HENDERWICK)     (say 1760 - bet. 1801 - 1840)
14 Oct 2014
7 Sep 2014
Fairbairn, Walter     (circa 1784 - Jan 1859)
22 Jul 2014
1 May 2014
25 Apr 2014
Fairbairn, Andrew (m. Helen BLAKEBUL)     (say 1758 - Jul 1810)
Fairbairn, John     (circa 1795 - Dec 1848)
23 Apr 2014
Fairbairn, Margaret     (Aug 1802 - Jul 1855)
19 Mar 2014
Fairbairn, James (m. Elizabeth PURVES)     (circa Jan 1722 - Oct 1808)
 
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