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Re: [Dyfed] Benjamin Evans Llandybie, Carmarthenshire
by Dick Coleman
8 years, 10 months
Benjamin Evans Llandybie, Carmarthenshire
by David
8 years, 10 months
Theophilus EVANS b 1801 - Laugharne
by List user
8 years, 10 months
William DAVIES PEMBS
by R Davies
8 years, 10 months
Anne RICHARD/S
by Cynthia G. COLLISON
8 years, 10 months
William DAVIES
by R Davies
8 years, 10 months
William DAVIES
by R Davies
8 years, 10 months
David Davies born Llanegwad 1846
by List user
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Re: [Dyfed] BMD
by Dai & Angela Bevan
8 years, 10 months
BMD
by vera lowe
8 years, 10 months
burials Llangeler
by Elwyn Schreuder
8 years, 10 months
Solva baptisms
by List user
8 years, 10 months
Fw: [PEM] Solva Baptisms
by Rachel Boyd
8 years, 10 months
Retrospectives: Graves & Tombstones (various); and Moving Mountain of Godre'r Graig, GLA
by John Ball
8 years, 10 months
David Davies/John Gfiffiths/bookshop Ystalyfera
by List user
8 years, 10 months
Elizabeth married William Barnett
by Megan Smith
8 years, 10 months
Fw: News Items OCTOBER 1st to DECEMBER 31st 1926. (No. 109).
by J GRIFFITHS
8 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] powys family society
by Dawn Perry
8 years, 10 months
powys family society
by Elwyn Schreuder
8 years, 10 months
Dan James of Convil Elvet or Clydey?
by Heather Smith
8 years, 10 months
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