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Re: [Dyfed] Why 'Levi'?
by Sarah Reay
6 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] Levi and Ebeneezer
by Megan Roberts
6 years, 10 months
Levi and Ebeneezer
by yvonne evans
6 years, 10 months
LLOYD, Ebenezer
by Carol Lloyd
6 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] Why 'Levi'?
by David
6 years, 10 months
Why 'Levi'?
by Sarah Reay
6 years, 10 months
FW: help burial place Thomas Lloyd Blaina
by E.Schreuder
6 years, 10 months
help burial place Thomas Lloyd Blaina
by E.Schreuder
6 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] Rogers Robeston Wathen
by Charani
6 years, 10 months
marriage of John Allen to Martha
by List user
6 years, 10 months
Rogers Robeston Wathen
by Buddug Hollett
6 years, 10 months
Fwd: EVANS of Milford Haven.
by SANDRA DAVIES
6 years, 10 months
EVANS of Milford Haven.
by robert williams
6 years, 10 months
Rogers Robeston Wathen
by Buddug Hollett
6 years, 10 months
Newport (Pembs) Family & Local History Exhibition
by melanie stark
6 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] help with info pls
by Joy
6 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] PEM: Abraham Garrett: Lawrenny: circa 1770
by LC & BJ Kirkwood
6 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] PEM: Abraham Garrett: Lawrenny: circa 1770
by LC & BJ Kirkwood
6 years, 10 months
PEM: Abraham Garrett: Lawrenny: circa 1770
by Derrick Parsons
6 years, 10 months
Re: [Dyfed] GETHIN of Tenby.
by yr achwr
6 years, 10 months
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