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1851 Census Llanbadarn Fawr
by cathy
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Reynolds
by elaine barsosky
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Re: [DYFED] Reynolds family
by Pat Powell
19 years, 4 months
Re: [DYFED] freeserve/rootsweb problems
by rossbret
19 years, 4 months
Compensation for accidental death
by List user
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Interesting Book - East Cleddau
by Mike James
19 years, 4 months
Re: [DYFED] freeserve/rootsweb problems
by Gareth
19 years, 4 months
Re: [DYFED] 1881 or 1851 CENSUS
by Brian Randell
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Reynolds family
by List user
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Margaret DAVIES
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Re: [DYFED] freeserve/rootsweb problems
by Gwendalynn Gohlke Dunn
19 years, 4 months
RE: [DYFED] Pembroke Workhouse
by Lonna Poland
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Coroner's Records in Cardiganshire
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1881 or 1851 CENSUS
by Sandie Guthrie
19 years, 4 months
freeserve/rootsweb problems
by Gareth
19 years, 4 months
Not everyone knows this....
by Gareth
19 years, 4 months
Fw: GENUKI-SC GENUKI book
by Gareth
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Fw: [DYFED] Not everyone knows this... Latin words in Welsh language
by Gareth
19 years, 4 months
Genuki Carmarthenshire
by Gareth
19 years, 4 months
Re: [DYFED] DAVID PARRY - DEATH CERTIFICATE & 1871 CENSUS LOOK-UP
by Gareth
19 years, 4 months
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