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Fw: [Lon] Fwd: [SoG] More 1901 answers
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Another Website Update
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BACK ON-LINE after 8-days of no service
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John DAVIES of Miskin, Mountain Ash
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RICHARDS & DUGGAN
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Re: [WLS-PEM] Place - Harteston
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Joseph RICHARDS
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Place - Harteston
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Fw: Downing family in Llanelli
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Latest Genuki material -- Cross posting
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1901 Census -- Previous Posting Question
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Re: Nicholas
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Charles Pavin Phillips (Haverfordwest mid 1800s)
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More Genuki material--Cross posting
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Old map site
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Nantgaredig
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Photos of "Cottages in Rural South and West Wales" & "Pen-y-wern Farm, Upper Twrch Valley, BRE"
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[CDBOOKS-NEWS] 23 March 2002
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