DYFED

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Families project update - cross posting
by Gareth
14 years, 10 months
Dyfed List has gone very quiet
by List user
14 years, 10 months
Information about Pembrokeshire burials in 1880s?
by Roy Davies
14 years, 10 months
Latest Genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
14 years, 10 months
John Ball's "Images of Wales" Website Update
by Julie Preston
14 years, 10 months
NICHOLAS Family - Maenclochog
by List user
14 years, 10 months
Daisy goes to war - cross posting
by Gareth
14 years, 10 months
Latest Genuki material - cross posting
by Gareth
14 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed]: A vision of Britain
by John
14 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] Re: C17th wills and patronymics
by BJ & LC Kirkwood
14 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Re: C17th wills and patronymics
by Anna Brueton
14 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed]: A vision of Britain
by Paul Vivash
14 years, 11 months
C17th wills and patronymics
by Howard Thomas
14 years, 11 months
marriage-records
by E. Schreuder
14 years, 11 months
Re: C17th wills and patronymics
by Mike Thomas
14 years, 11 months
Great Sessions Documents at NLW
by Julie Preston
14 years, 11 months
C17th wills and patronymics
by Gareth
14 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Myddfai: Its Land and Peoples by David James
by Venita Roylance
14 years, 11 months
inscription on a gravestone at the Myddfai parish church
by CT
14 years, 11 months
DAVIES of Cardigan
by Howard Thomas
14 years, 11 months
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    Covering the Welsh counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

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