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Not everyone knows this ..... cross posting
by Gareth
13 years, 8 months
St. David's Day Celebration
by List user
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GRO on ancestry - follow up cross posting
by Gareth
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will
by E. Schreuder
13 years, 8 months
Moses Roderick - Cardiganshire (Goginan?) 1851 ish
by Richard Parry
13 years, 8 months
GRO on Ancestry - free - cross posting
by Gareth
13 years, 9 months
Surnames profiler site - cross posting
by Gareth
13 years, 9 months
Pictures of: Moving Mountain of Godre'r Graig (GLA); and Felindre, Llanfihangel Cwmdu (BRE)
by John Ball
13 years, 9 months
Hanninton Carmarthenshire
by N Lewis
13 years, 9 months
FW: birthrecord
by E. Schreuder
13 years, 9 months
John Scourfield
by Graham Edwards
13 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] FW: burial-place
by List user
13 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] Birth records before 1837
by BJ & LC Kirkwood
13 years, 9 months
FW: burial-place
by E. Schreuder
13 years, 9 months
Pictures of: Carmarthen & Sir William Nott (CMN); and Tywyn & the Talyllyn Railway (MER)
by John Ball
13 years, 9 months
No Birth records before 1837
by List user
13 years, 9 months
Birth records before 1837
by List user
13 years, 9 months
Lookup request for PARRY - 1841 Census for Cardiganshire
by Richard Parry
13 years, 9 months
birthrecord
by E. Schreuder
13 years, 9 months
FW: burial-place
by E. Schreuder
13 years, 9 months
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    Covering the Welsh counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

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