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Re: [Dyfed] DYFED Cilwendeg
by Dai & Angela Bevan
9 years, 9 months
DYFED Cilwendeg
by Cathryn Davies
9 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] Pem wrestling tournaments
by Aidan Jones
9 years, 9 months
Edwards in Pembrokeshire
by Kitty Morris
9 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] Marriages between Irish and Welsh
by List user
9 years, 9 months
Aberystwyth and Patagonian Welsh
by Brian Davies
9 years, 9 months
OLIVER surname in Llanarth (Cardiganshire )LEWIS in New Quay
by List user
9 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] cap of lace
by List user
9 years, 9 months
cap of lace
by Elwyn Schreuder
9 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] Marriages between Irish and Welsh
by pat
9 years, 9 months
Marriages between Irish and Welsh
by yvonne evans
9 years, 9 months
DYFED Llewellyn CMN PMB GLA born Henllan
by LeaMarie Robertson
9 years, 9 months
Pembs CORNOCK
by Arthur Turner-Thomas
9 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] [Bulk] DYFED Digest, Vol 4, Issue 242
by List user
9 years, 9 months
OT: Gaucho's first Wales visit at 80
by Alison Bryan
9 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] JONES of Haverfordwest.
by Sylvia Birch
9 years, 9 months
JONES of Haverfordwest.
by robert williams
9 years, 9 months
Dobbin marriage
by Philippa Cooper
9 years, 9 months
Extending access to 1911 census soon (NLW)
by A Jones
9 years, 9 months
Re: [Dyfed] Dobbin marriage
by pat
9 years, 9 months
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    Covering the Welsh counties of Cardiganshire (Ceredigion), Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.

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