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WELSH NEWS, Vol. 3 No. 2, 27 January 2002
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[CDBOOKS-NEWS] Achive CD Books web pages
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[OT] Cross posting--Who's Who in British History
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[CDBOOKS-NEWS] Issue 24: 26 January 2002
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Re: [Dyfed] Question on BANNS
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Question on BANNS
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1901 census available online NOW !
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Cross Posting---New Genuki material
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Benjamin SAMUEL b. CMN Llanelly
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Obituaries from Wilkes-Barre Record Newspaper
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1901 census fiche at Ceredigion Archives
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Timeline of genealogically interesting dates
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Cross posting --- New Genuki material, again
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    Covering the Welsh counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

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    This is a mailing list for the old counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire & Pembrokeshire ie. the modern DYFED. It is ESSENTIAL that you read the Do's and Don'ts section of the list site at http://home.clara.net/daibevan/DyfedML.html BEFORE posting any messages to the list Please begin messages relevant to only one county with the appropriate 3 letter county code. Please give as much information as possible for the background to your question. It is frustrating for someone to spend time seeking information only to be told later that it was already known. Showing you already have some information may encourage a lister 'to go the extra mile' to help you find more.