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Phillips
by Peter Hitchcock
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Phillips
by Peter Hitchcock
15 years, 2 months
Culver Park Tenby.
by legarthm
15 years, 2 months
Louisa Jones
by E. Schreuder
15 years, 2 months
Re: [Dyfed] Culver Park Tenby.
by John Ball
15 years, 2 months
Re: [Dyfed] Dyfed Census after 1900?
by Gareth
15 years, 3 months
Dyfed Census after 1900?
by Bonnie Cole
15 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Marriage Registers
by John Ball
15 years, 3 months
Pictures of: Abergavenny (MON) - two selections
by John Ball
15 years, 3 months
Marriage Registers
by List user
15 years, 3 months
baptism-record
by E. Schreuder
15 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] General query - marriage registers
by Susan Tudor-Coulson
15 years, 3 months
THOMAS family Camrose, Pembrokeshire.
by Margaret Moon
15 years, 3 months
PHILLIPS/MORRIS - St Issells - 1841 & 1851
by Eunice Cubbage
15 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] 1891 census
by Paul Vivash
15 years, 3 months
The Marriage of John Evans to Catharine Coleman 1800 at Eglwys Cummin
by bob simmonds
15 years, 3 months
1891 census
by E. Schreuder
15 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] 1891 census
by Annette Thomas
15 years, 3 months
General query - marriage registers
by Susan Tudor-Coulson
15 years, 3 months
2 more News Wales items - cross posting
by Gareth
15 years, 3 months
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