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GRIFFITH/S in Pembroke District.
by johnjocelyn
17 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Coal mining---the basics
by Gareth
17 years, 11 months
Re: DYFED-D Digest V01 #237
by List user
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re=old black & white photgraphs
by denise sargeant
17 years, 11 months
Latest book indexed
by Gareth
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GRIGG Family
by Beryl Gebbie (BT)
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Swansea census 1861
by David Barber
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JOHN EVANS /MARTLETWY/1817
by A.J. Bushnell
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Coal mining---the basics
by Gareth
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1891 Look up
by Elizabeth
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New Subscriber Interest Walters/Lewis
by Cath Mudford
17 years, 11 months
Access Database of more Spare information.
by Maxine Rolls
17 years, 11 months
Same Christian names in family
by List user
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RICHARDS
by john richards
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Dyfed Strays 1891 Census - James/Bevan/Laugharne /Francis families
by patricia
17 years, 11 months
old black & white photo album list of photographs
by denise sargeant
17 years, 11 months
Lookup Please
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Wally Phillips boxer
by alan heard
17 years, 11 months
Coal mining ---the basics
by Gareth
17 years, 12 months
Look up please
by Charlene
17 years, 12 months
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