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PEM, Rhoscrowther, Angle, Trebrowen, HARRIES BUSHELL 1832-1922
by Chris Bateman
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Pembroke in June
by Carole McCulloch
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Belt surname of Pembrokeshire
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21st June 2008 - a note for your diary
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CMN, LLANDEILO
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Do you know what is available at the Pembs R.O.
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Pictures of: Seashore, Swansea (GLA); and Alltwen Village, Pontardawe (GLA)
by John Ball
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Re: [Dyfed] DYFED, CMN, Llandeilo, etc.
by bruetons
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Llandeilo
by lmcasey
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Re: [Dyfed] colliers-list
by Cindy
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DYFED, CMN, Llandeilo, etc.
by List user
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colliers-list
by Elwyn Schreuder
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Re: [Dyfed] colliers-list [COLLIERIES ?]
by dyfdyn
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Re: [Dyfed] Kensington Hospital, Pembrokeshire - Old medical records
by E REES
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Re: [Dyfed] Kensington Hospital, Pembrokeshire - Old medical records
by Aidan Jones
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Kensington Hospital, Pembrokeshire - Old medical
by melanie stark
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Thomas Thomas
by lmcasey
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Re: [Dyfed] Kensington Hospital, Pembrokeshire - Old medical records
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Kensington Hospital, Pembrokeshire - Old medical records
by List user
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John Bowen Coastguard/lifesaver?
by Hildi Reinhart
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