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Hughes surname
by Bev Crump
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Re:Bowen family
by Maria Jones
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name changes
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One Name Database
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SULLIVAN; IRL, WLS; 1843-1865
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Margaret JAMES -1881 census PEM?
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Re: DYFED-D Digest V98 #179
by Harry F. Langhorne
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msn mail with attachment
by Julie Preston
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Re: Unidentified subject!
by Julie Preston
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Abbreviated First Names
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THOMAS AND LOWE SURNAMES
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Fwd: Welsh Settlement in Kentucky
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Re: DYFED-D Digest V98 #178
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John son of Edward NIGHTINGALE and/or Elizabeth HUMPHREYS
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John son of Edward NIGHTINGALE and/or Elizabeth HUMPHREYS
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Re: DYFED-D Digest V98 #178
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Sue Moore and Kentucky
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Unidentified subject!
by Frank G. John
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DOLBEN Surname
by Alan Dolben
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Re: Abbreviated first names
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