DYFED

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BURNELL in America.
by robert williams
7 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Dyfed Family History Society Web Page
by Megan Roberts
7 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Dyfdd Family History Society Web Page
by colevalleygirl
7 years, 11 months
Dyfdd Family History Society Web Page
by Megan Roberts
7 years, 11 months
(no subject)
by yr achwr
7 years, 11 months
7 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Ancetory.Com
by Megan Roberts
7 years, 11 months
Ancetory.Com
by robert williams
7 years, 11 months
Jack WARNER
by robert williams
7 years, 11 months
census records 1881
by Elwyn Schreuder
7 years, 11 months
Dyfed FHS
by Dai & Angela Bevan
7 years, 11 months
London Branch of the Welsh Family History Societies - Meeting 17 September 2011
by Theo & Anna Brueton
7 years, 11 months
Immigration Records
by David
7 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Land Tax Records.
by Lynne Ingalls
7 years, 11 months
Wikipedia re Warner
by vera lowe
7 years, 11 months
YEOMAN
by robert williams
7 years, 11 months
Wikipedia
by robert williams
7 years, 11 months
Land Tax Records.
by robert williams
7 years, 11 months
Photos of: St Elidyr's Church, Ludchurch, PEM
by John Ball
7 years, 11 months
Re: [Dyfed] Gavelkind and bonheddwr - musings on Welsh history
by Theo & Anna Brueton
7 years, 11 months
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