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Re: [Dyfed] Genuki - Welsh Journals Online
by David Thomas
7 years, 5 months
Genuki - Welsh Journals Online
by Gareth
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census records Clydey
by E.Schreuder
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Re: [Dyfed] (Pembs) Hook Independent Chapel
by pat
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(Pembs) Hook Independent Chapel
by Joy
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(Pembs) Hook Independent Chapel
by Andy Philpin
7 years, 5 months
Ohio census 1860
by yvonne evans
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Welsh Parish Records at Findmypast
by Megan Roberts
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Re: [Dyfed] Ohio census 1860
by Eliz Hanebury
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Daniel MORGAN, b 1816, CARM
by List user
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Photos of: Bethel Chapel, Newcastle Emlyn, CMN; Capel Y Graig, Newcastle Emlyn, CMN
by John Ball
7 years, 5 months
Re: [Dyfed] census 1861/1871
by yr achwr
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baptism records
by E.Schreuder
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Re: [Dyfed] census 1861/1871
by Lynne Ingalls
7 years, 6 months
Photos of: Calfaria Chapel, Llanelli, CMN; Glynarthen Chapel, Penbryn, CGN
by John Ball
7 years, 6 months
census 1861/1871
by E.Schreuder
7 years, 6 months
Marriage of John Davies and Jane Nicholas at Nevern
by REGINALD DAVIES
7 years, 6 months
Francis Jones Archive
by Jonathan Pike
7 years, 6 months
Re: [Dyfed] New Book
by Brian P. Swann
7 years, 5 months
Re: [Dyfed] new book
by Gwyneth Guy
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