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Fw: [Dyfed] Aaron Roberts
by Gareth
14 years, 2 months
FW: [Dyfed] Aaron Roberts
by dyfdyn
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Re: [Dyfed] Aaron Roberts
by Gareth
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Aaron Roberts
by Angharad Williams
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Re: [Dyfed] Aaron Roberts
by John Ball
14 years, 2 months
FW: [Dyfed] Welsh Pronunciations
by dyfdyn
14 years, 2 months
Aaron Roberts
by Angharad Williams
14 years, 2 months
Welsh Pronounciations
by List user
14 years, 2 months
RE: [Dyfed] Re: DYFED-D Digest V05 #74
by Brian Swann
14 years, 2 months
FW: [Dyfed] Re: DYFED-D Digest V05 #74
by dyfdyn
14 years, 2 months
Pictures of: Aberdare Cemetery (GLA); and Autumn Scenes at Pontardawe (GLA)
by John Ball
14 years, 2 months
Magic map site - cross posting
by Gareth
14 years, 2 months
Re: DYFED-D Digest V05 #74
by List user
14 years, 2 months
Starting a trade 19thC
by gregowen
14 years, 2 months
Re: [Dyfed] Christadelphians
by Paul Vivash
14 years, 2 months
RE: [Dyfed] Welsh Migration Patterns to the USA
by Brian Swann
14 years, 2 months
Christadelphians
by mike ward
14 years, 2 months
RE: [Dyfed] Turacold Hamlet
by dyfdyn
14 years, 2 months
RE: [Dyfed] Turacold Hamlet
by dyfdyn
14 years, 2 months
RE: [Dyfed] Turacold Hamlet
by dyfdyn
14 years, 2 months
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