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Richard Llewellyn MOORE 1901 census
by legarthm
16 years, 8 months
Latest Genuki material
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Dyfed FHS Website News
by John Hughes
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Dean - Pembroke Dock
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children of Maria & George HARRIES
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Connection to John & Morris families
by John Schrader
16 years, 8 months
Pembroke Records Office
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Re: [Dyfed] William Bowen
by BJ & LC Kirkwood
16 years, 8 months
Pictures of The Abbey, Abbeycwmhir (RAD), and Dylan Thomas's Life in Wales (CMN & GLA)
by John Ball
16 years, 8 months
a brick wall demolished!
by lt davies
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William Bowen
by judith.george
16 years, 8 months
RE: Dick Harries
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Fw: [Dyfed] Book Indexing Project - cross posting
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Book Indexing Project - cross posting
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Trewern, Pembs.
by Sanders, Robert (DfTE - LLD1b)
16 years, 8 months
1901 Census
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16 years, 8 months
re: help needed badly.
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16 years, 8 months
Deaths in the Wilkes-Barre (PA) Record Newspaper
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16 years, 8 months
Hitchings
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16 years, 8 months
re 1901 Census
by Brian Harvey
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