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Llansantffread
by List user
15 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] David Ellis Hat maker: Wel, dyma fe, rwyn meddwl!
by David Rowlands
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Fw: Rootsweb
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Fw: [WLS-CGN] Scout and Guide log books
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] David Ellis Hat maker: Wel, dyma fe, rwyn meddwl!
by List user
15 years, 10 months
Pembrokeshire 1861 Census Index
by List user
15 years, 10 months
non-conformists
by Glenda Garrelts Mattes
15 years, 10 months
Latest Genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 9 months
Something to think about ... cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
David Ellis Hat maker
by List user
15 years, 10 months
Local parish Histories/translations - cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Very latest Genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Owen of Orielton
by List user
15 years, 10 months
Latest genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Fw: [Dyfed] Genuki - map links
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Genuki - map links
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Very latest genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Fw: David Jones Carmarthen
by Sally Walton
15 years, 10 months
Latest Genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] Mariner Question
by List user
15 years, 10 months
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    Covering the Welsh counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

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