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Re: [Dyfed] Pembs - Llangwm Furzy Hill
by pat
7 years, 3 months
Pembs - Llangwm Furzy Hill
by Andy Philpin
7 years, 3 months
FW: 1901 census felinfoel/llanelly
by E.Schreuder
7 years, 3 months
1901 census felinfoel/llanelly
by E.Schreuder
7 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Genuki - Welsh Journals Online - Welsh method of counting
by Jennifer Cairns
7 years, 3 months
Peregerines
by yvonne evans
7 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Patronymic surnames
by Jennifer Cairns
7 years, 3 months
Patrynomic surnames
by yvonne evans
7 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Crundal Hall
by Sally Steel
7 years, 3 months
Benjamin Rees
by E.Schreuder
7 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Benjamin Rees
by Jennifer Cairns
7 years, 3 months
John EVANS of St Andrews, Glamorgan (out of area marriage)
by Charani
7 years, 3 months
London Branch of the Welsh Family History Societies - meeting 12 May
by Theo & Anna Brueton
7 years, 3 months
Re: [Dyfed] Genuki - Welsh Journals Online - Welsh method of counting
by Hugh Jordan
7 years, 3 months
Clarbeston Road
by Sarah Reay
7 years, 3 months
Genuki - Welsh Journals Online - Welsh method of, counting
by Joy
7 years, 3 months
Genuki - Welsh Journals Online - Welsh method of counting
by Gareth
7 years, 3 months
Genuki - Welsh Journals Online - Pews and kneelings
by Gareth
7 years, 3 months
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