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Re: [Dyfed] Llanvaltley, PEM and master mariner
by Pat Powell
17 years
Latest Genuki material --- cross posting
by Gareth
17 years
william thomas 1861
by Alan Hayes
17 years
RE: [Dyfed] Pembroke Register Office - new address
by Sandra Davies
17 years
Re: [Dyfed] Farms ?
by Pat Powell
17 years
Pictures of The Struet, Brecon (BRE), and Swansea Street Scenes (GLA)
by John Ball
17 years
Farms ?
by List user
17 years
Place name request ~ Twynmyndd, Dyfed
by Jill Muir
17 years
Pembroke Register Office - new address
by Sandra Davies
17 years
Re: [Dyfed] Pembrokeshire 1841/51/61 Census
by BJ & LC Kirkwood
17 years
Re: [Dyfed] request for web address ??A2
by John Fletcher
17 years
Re: [Dyfed] request for web address ??A2
by Pat Powell
17 years
New site for BMD online - cross posting
by Gareth
17 years
Re: Extra relatives
by Sue
17 years
Re: [Dyfed] request for web address ??A2
by List user
17 years
request for web address ??A2
by List user
17 years
Maritme Website Update
by Sanders, Robert (DfTE - LLD1b)
17 years
Deaths in the Wilkes-Barre (PA) Record Newspaper
by Cook, Nancy
17 years
Pembrokeshire 1841/51/61 Census
by Alwyn Jenkins
17 years
John John's Family
by John Schrader
17 years
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