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i used to spend my holidays in new cumnock with my mum her name was nell mcgregor my grampa was pete mcgregor think i still have relatives living there john mcgregor or peter mcgregor .
YES, You still have reletives and decendants living there and around the country.
I'm your cousin and my Mother - Mary, is Nellie and John's sister.
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