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Researching WELSH Ancestry

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FannyByGaslight

FannyByGaslight Report 6 Jul 2013 23:44

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TootyFruity

TootyFruity Report 6 Jul 2013 19:10

sometimes it is necessary to do mini one name studies of the area to sort out the families, especially with Jones, Williams and Evans being so popular ;-)

Free sites:-

www.familysearch.org
www.freebmd.org.uk

JohnDoe

JohnDoe Report 6 Jul 2013 18:09

I mostly have English and Welsh ancestry. I live in WALES and I know little about my Welsh history as it seems harder to research. Can anyone offer tips of researching more of my Welsh history online, any free records, or links and resources?