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Its a farm
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JOHN HUGH - Glyngwerner Ucha
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Tegfynydd mansion, Llanfallteg.
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Re: Cilmeri - was: Re: [Dyfed] Beulah
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THOMAS WILLIAM DAVIES
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Pictures of: Neath Castle, River & Canal (GLA); and Monmouth Town (MON)
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Re: [Dyfed] Death Certificates c1850
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Death Certificates c1850
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Re: [Dyfed] Death Certificates c1850
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Cilmeri - was: Re: [Dyfed] Beulah
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Re: [Dyfed] Beulah
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Fw: Strays from Aberystwith
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    Covering the Welsh counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

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