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FW: [CMN-FHS] Cwm Ucha
by Elwyn Schreuder
10 years, 10 months
Pembrokeshire weather forecast
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 10 months
Great Hoaten and anchor
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 10 months
Pictures of: Allt-yr-esgair & Paragon Tower, BRE; and Usk Valley Farms, BRE
by John Ball
10 years, 10 months
CARM Eglwys Cymyn
by Glen Jenkins
10 years, 10 months
Cwm Ucha
by Elwyn Schreuder
10 years, 10 months
Casfwch Baptismal records
by List user
10 years, 10 months
Tudor market
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] [Fwd: [GLA] Gale Group Newspapers]
by Maree Posthuma
10 years, 10 months
cnappan
by Christopher Challener
10 years, 10 months
The Cambrian 14 Jan 1853 marriages part 2
by Lyn
10 years, 10 months
[Fwd: [GLA] Gale Group Newspapers]
by Dai & Angela Bevan
10 years, 10 months
cnappan2
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 10 months
The Cambrian 14 Jan 1853 - Births
by Lyn
10 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] Hewson 1871- Why llanstadwell?
by Sylvia Birch
10 years, 10 months
Fw: Hewson 1871- Why llanstadwell?
by Richard Fowler
10 years, 10 months
CMN Login area Melincwrt / Felin Cwrt Glanrhydwen/Rhydwen
by LeaMarie Robertson
10 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] SHEPPARD
by List user
10 years, 10 months
1901 census for Dinas Pembrokeshire
by Yvonne Watson
10 years, 10 months
The Potter family of Haverfordwest
by Vera Lowe
10 years, 10 months
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