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.
6 May 2017
Fairbairn, Elliot     (May 1831 - Feb 1909)
Fairbairn, Mary     (Apr 1856 - Jun 1921)
24 Apr 2017
16 Apr 2017
7 Apr 2017
6 Apr 2017
Fairbairn, George     (Apr 1780 - Apr 1843)
3 Apr 2017
Fairbairn, William     (circa 1822 - Dec 1912)
31 Mar 2017
Fairbairn, G Roy (F-3)     (Jul 1929 - Jul 2013)
10 Mar 2017
13 Feb 2017
Fairbairn, Angus     (Apr 1823 - Jun 1887)
Fairbairn, Elizabeth     (May 1805 - )
Fairbairn, Elizabeth     (circa 1805 - Sep 1874)
Fairbairn, Mary Catherine     (Sep 1855 - aft. 1930)
8 Feb 2017
Fairbairn, Thomas     (Aug 1821 - bet. Sep 1912 - Dec 1912)
6 Feb 2017
Fairbairn, Euphemia     (circa Dec 1794 - Mar 1852)
Fairbairn, Thomas (m. Elspeth WOOD)     (circa 1746 - 1814)
22 Jan 2017
16 Jan 2017
Fairbairn, John     (Aug 1819 - Sep 1876)
5 Dec 2016
Fairbairn, Alexander     (Dec 1788 - bet. 1851 - 1855)
Fairbairn, James     (circa 1824 - bet. 1858 - 1861)
Fairbairn, William (m. WANLESS)     (Apr 1790 - Feb 1872)
11 Nov 2016
Fairbairn, Rhys D     (circa 1868 - aft. 1906)
9 Nov 2016
Fairbairn, Thomas     (Apr 1817 - Nov 1887)
27 Sep 2016
Fairbairn, Robert     (Jun 1841 - Dec 1922)
29 Aug 2016
Fairbairn, George (m. Jane LAW)     (say 1770 - bet. 1815 - 1851)
30 May 2016
17 May 2016
Fairbairn, James     (circa 1806 - Jul 1856)
Fairbairn, William     (circa Oct 1755 - Aug 1809)
29 Apr 2016
Fairbairn, John     (Jun 1812 - Apr 1896)
23 Apr 2016
Fairbairn, John (m. Bessie fflint)     (bef. 1705 - bet. 1741 - 1805)
11 Apr 2016
Fairbairn, Paul     (circa 1843 - )
9 Apr 2016
Fairbairn, James     (circa 1817 - Sep 1904)
1 Apr 2016
Farbarn, Thomas     (bet. 1771 - 1776 - bet. 1841 - 1851)
11 Mar 2016
Fairbairn, James (m. Isabella CAMPBELL)     (say 1795 - bet. 1827 - 1837)
28 Feb 2016
Fairbairn, John     (circa Oct 1865 - )
10 Feb 2016
Fairbairn, William     (circa 1819 - aft. 1871)
30 Dec 2015
16 Dec 2015
Fairbairn, George     (1670 - aft. 1710)
Fairbairn, John (m. Sarah MORRIS)     (Apr 1778 - May 1854)
Fairbairn, William     (Jul 1762 - Feb 1843)
22 Nov 2015
27 Sep 2015
Fairbairn, Trotter     (circa 1774 - bet. Jun 1856 - Sep 1856)
1 Aug 2015
Fairbairn, John (m. Agnes GIBSON)     (circa Jan 1717 - Dec 1793)
Newton, Bety     (circa 1729 - Nov 1784)
14 Jul 2015
 
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