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Marriage in Bristol ?
by Stephen Foote
17 years, 4 months
Re: [Dyfed] Cold Inn Chapel nr Jeffreyston
by Sandra Davies
17 years, 4 months
Cold Inn Chapel nr Jeffreyston
by John & Julie Davies
17 years, 4 months
Latest Genuki material---History of CMN
by Gareth
17 years, 4 months
Latest Genuki material ---Theological Colleges ---cross posting
by Gareth
17 years, 4 months
update to Dyfed FHS Website
by John Hughes
17 years, 4 months
Abermad, Tan-yr-allt and the apparent billeting of 'uchelwyr'!
by David Rowlands
17 years, 4 months
Fw: family tree
by Gareth
17 years, 4 months
A bit of a puzzle - HOOPER/VOILE-VOYLE
by Sandra Davies
17 years, 4 months
Penbryn Chapel
by Alinda Morrison
17 years, 4 months
Thomas Castle of Carew
by Stephen Foote
17 years, 4 months
Re: [Dyfed] Census question
by Paul Vivash
17 years, 4 months
Re: [Dyfed] [CDBOOKS-NEWS] Acrobat reader 5.0
by D & S
17 years, 4 months
Census question
by List user
17 years, 4 months
Tallis's Topographical Dictionary - updates
by John Ball
17 years, 4 months
Re: [Dyfed] [CDBOOKS-NEWS] Acrobat reader 5.0
by Gareth
17 years, 4 months
Unsubscribe
by Pamela Griffiths
17 years, 4 months
[CDBOOKS-NEWS] Acrobat reader 5.0
by Rod Neep
17 years, 4 months
Re: [Dyfed] Roches House and Gardens
by Gerry
17 years, 4 months
Photos of Maesyronnen Chapel & Cilkenny Dingle (RAD), and Welsh Bridges (BRE, GLA, RAD)
by John Ball
17 years, 4 months
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