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Vol 3, Issue 372 Mends of Pembs
by List user
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Prominent citizens
by Vera Lowe
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MENDS of Pembrokeshire
by Valerie Harvey
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Llanddarog
by james morgan
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FW: [CMN-FHS] Cwm Ucha
by Elwyn Schreuder
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Pictures of: Usk Reservoir, BRE; and Snowfall in Ystalyfera, GLA
by John Ball
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Re: [Dyfed] Death in BURRY PORT - again
by Gareth
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Death in BURRY PORT
by Peg Horn
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The Cambrian 14 Jan 1853 Deaths pt 2
by Lyn
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Book "The Midas Touch"
by myrna crapo
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Little Englanders according to Edward Laws
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] (PEM) Spare marr.cert. BEYNON & THOMAS Brawdy 1845
by Pat Powell
10 years, 12 months
(PEM) Spare marr.cert. BEYNON & THOMAS Brawdy 1845
by Mary Bryceland
10 years, 12 months
C19th Map of Burton?
by Richard Fowler
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Cahir
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 12 months
Re: [Dyfed] Pembrokeshire weather forecast
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 12 months
Re: [Dyfed] Pembrokeshire weather forecast
by Sandra Davies
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(DYFED) PEM Morris GIBBY Gale Newspaper
by Marie
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Re: [Dyfed] Pembrokeshire weather forecast
by Sandra Davies
10 years, 12 months
(no subject)
by Vera Lowe
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