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Samuel FRISE 1891 ?
by Jocelyn
17 years, 1 month
Fw: {not a subscriber} Ancestry/PRO and FreeCensus at Rootsweb
by Gareth
17 years, 1 month
Re: Cwmduad dead
by Mary Jane Stephenson
17 years, 1 month
2001 census
by Dr. Ray Morris
17 years, 1 month
CLERGY DATABASE
by List user
17 years, 1 month
please help
by Keith Hammond
17 years, 1 month
List problems --- cross posting
by Gareth
17 years, 1 month
Cwmduad dead
by Dr. Ray Morris
17 years, 1 month
Pictures of Old Tenby (PEM) and Abregavenny(MON)
by John Ball
17 years, 1 month
Deaths in the Wilkes-Barre (PA) Record Newspaper
by Cook, Nancy
17 years, 1 month
ships in Port 1881 Website Update
by Sanders, Robert (DfTE - LLD1b)
17 years, 1 month
Deaths in the Wilkes-Barre (PA) Record Newspaper
by Cook, Nancy
17 years, 1 month
RE: [Dyfed] MANUEL, Penally/Manorbier, PEM
by Sandra Davies
17 years, 1 month
MANUEL, Penally/Manorbier, PEM
by Julie Preston
17 years, 1 month
Well travelled THOMAS family
by Dr. Ray Morris
17 years, 1 month
Re: DYFED-D Digest V02 #250
by List user
17 years, 1 month
Is this a Weslsh word?
by Liane Satie
17 years, 1 month
Re: [Dyfed] Is this a Weslsh word?
by Paul Vivash
17 years, 1 month
Re: Address in Cardiganshire
by List user
17 years, 1 month
Pictures of Ystalyfera (GLA) and Penegoes (MGY)
by John Ball
17 years, 1 month
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