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Pembrokeshire, Newport-Ann REES
by Marg Keable
11 years, 3 months
1841 census Llanelli
by Liz Rees
11 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Emailing: 1861 David Jones and Fam
by Gareth Hicks
11 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Ann REES
by REGINALD DAVIES
11 years, 3 months
Re Cwmgwenner
by Pat Powell
11 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Cardigan... Input on spelling.
by John Ball
11 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Cardigan... Input on spelling.
by Pat Powell
11 years, 3 months
Ann REES
by Marg Keable
11 years, 3 months
Ann REES
by Marg Keable
11 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Cardigan... Input on spelling.
by John Ball
11 years, 3 months
in-put John Ball
by bmaj
11 years, 3 months
Hooton Family in Pembroke
by List user
11 years, 3 months
Cardigan... Input on spelling.
by bmaj
11 years, 3 months
Pictures of: Llanelly (BRE); and Tregaron (CGN)
by John Ball
11 years, 3 months
Hooton family at Pembroke Town
by List user
11 years, 3 months
Dyfed; Richards
by Cynthia G. COLLISON
11 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] [PEM] Seeking Hoaten/Hooten
by Gerry Lewis
11 years, 3 months
London Branch of the Welsh Family History Societies
by Anna Brueton
11 years, 3 months
ELLIOTT
by robert williams
11 years, 3 months
Chimney Sweeps/Marriages?
by robert williams
11 years, 3 months
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