People associated with the word 'country music'
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|calgacusSt Andrew's Day||from the Aberdeen area in Scotland
I am Hugh Henderson, I chose something different. I chose the impossible. Living, studying, working abdn. Supporting the Shire! Travelling to Firs Park and Moscow whenever I can. Will be at Abdn Uni this year continuing my Russian studies. So, its all good! If we win independence by 2010, being the fierce patriot I am, I might even put my Murmansk to Vladivostok adventure on hold to watch Scotland flourish.
Anna G (NEW)from the Inverness area in Scotland
I am a volunteer at Culloden visitor's centre. I am an American who has always felt Scottish in her bones, married a Scottish man and raised 3 children here. I love Scotland and feel drawn here
Today I called Culloden to see about the party there. - see 3 comments
|mummybee||from the Dunedin area in New Zealand
My family ancestry derives from the Mac pherson clan. Would like to hear from other macphersons and any info on or when the carson name came about. and when the first carson immigrated to New Zealand.
Robert H (NEW)from the Skidway Lake area in United States
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|troutman||from the Alexandria area in Scotland
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Photos associated with the word 'country music'
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Events associated with the word 'country music'
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Forum topics associated with the word 'country music'
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|like dog songs? got hanky? |
Pets & Other Animals: Dogsby richr
|0||Sun 11/09/11 16:10|
|country singers |
Scotster: Miscellaneousby didisdad
|49||Fri 18/05/12 21:55|
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