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Johnnie Vaughan - Boxing manager 1930's Ammanford
by Rob Vaughan
17 years, 3 months
Seaman JONES Look-up
by Beverley
17 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] DYFED vOLUME 187
by Gareth
17 years, 3 months
St Meirlys? Church Llysyfran Pembs
by David & Mel Stark
17 years, 3 months
Roblin/Roblyn/Robling Families
by herman
17 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Thomas Davies of Blaenpennal
by Kathi and Jim Elliott
17 years, 3 months
Thomas Davies of Blaenpennal
by List user
17 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Tanyard
by Gerry
17 years, 3 months
DYFED vOLUME 187
by List user
17 years, 3 months
THIS IS FOR LAURA DAVIES
by List user
17 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Work House Web Site (X posting)
by Paul Vivash
17 years, 3 months
Work House Web Site (X posting)
by List user
17 years, 3 months
Children's Rhyme
by Beverley
17 years, 2 months
1871 census
by List user
17 years, 3 months
Fw: Griffiths of Pembrokeshire !800's
by geoffrey williams
17 years, 3 months
Bonsall in Llanbadarn Fawr
by Gareth
17 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Strange but true!!!! (X posting) Found 1880!
by List user
17 years, 3 months
Tanyard
by Colin Potter
17 years, 3 months
Latest Genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
17 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Strange but true!!!! (X posting)
by List user
17 years, 3 months
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