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FW: birthrecord Cardiganshire
by E. Schreuder
12 years, 5 months
1851 and 1861 census lookup - DAVIES - Margam GLAMORGAN
by Jef Morgan
12 years, 5 months
Re: [Dyfed] Newmarket, Carmarthenshire
by Deric John
12 years, 5 months
Newmarket, Carmarthenshire
by Eric Davies
12 years, 5 months
FRANCIS BENNETT-Milford Haven. Wales
by Vickie
12 years, 5 months
Re: [Dyfed] FRANCIS BENNETT-Milford Haven. Wales
by Gerry Lewis
12 years, 5 months
Local BMD indexes online
by Gareth
12 years, 5 months
Re: [Dyfed] Milford baptismal records
by List user
12 years, 5 months
Transcription Errors
by Sylvia Birch
12 years, 5 months
Re: [Dyfed] lookup please St. Mary's Cardigan
by Sylvia Birch
12 years, 5 months
lookup please St. Mary's Cardigan
by List user
12 years, 5 months
Milford baptismal records
by Lynne Ingalls
12 years, 5 months
Field names
by Gareth
12 years, 5 months
help and advise please
by List user
12 years, 5 months
Ceredigion Library resources
by Gareth
12 years, 5 months
birthrecord Cardiganshire
by E. Schreuder
12 years, 5 months
marriage-record
by E. Schreuder
12 years, 5 months
Pictures of: Mountain Ash (GLA); and Abergavenny (MON)
by John Ball
12 years, 5 months
Contact addresses for CGN churches/chapels
by Gareth
12 years, 5 months
WALTERS family from Tenby,Pembroke
by Kristina Cameron
12 years, 5 months
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