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  1. Realised in time what was being said and skipped...

    Realised in time what was being said and skipped the rest - looking forward to seeing it on catch-up. Wasted your time :)
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    The two most useful non-commercial (free) sites...

    The two most useful non-commercial (free) sites for general research I found in my early searching are Genuki and Cyndislist; don't ignore FreeBMD for research. Happy hunting!
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    Thomas Evans lin Wales, John Smith in England;...

    Thomas Evans lin Wales, John Smith in England; wonder what excuses the GRO have for Lachlan McLachlan, Brendan O'Reilly and so on and so on. You've got to laugh . . .
  4. Thread: New Map Site

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    Sticky: Many thanks for a wonderful resource; the zoom...

    Many thanks for a wonderful resource; the zoom and flicking between modern and historical maps is a huge convenience. :)
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    Thanks for the link, Pam.

    Thanks for the link, Pam.
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    Tenancy rules

    The tenancy my ggrandfather held on his farm in the mid-1800's in North Wales expired with the third generation of tenants of the same family. This might be the reason for leaving.
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    Great/Grand

    Like Peter, I only use 'grand' for my parents' parents; their brothers and sisters I am used to naming as great aunts and uncles; in Welsh we use mamgu/nain and tadcu/taid (North and South dialects)...
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    Welsh Immigrants

    Sixteen of those who signed the American Declaration of Independence were of Welsh descent; Yale and Jefferson had Welsh forebears.
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    Hello Phil and best of luck with your searching;...

    Hello Phil and best of luck with your searching; I feel obliged to warn you that your free trial of the two subscription services needs to be monitored closely: unless you cancel your trial...
  10. Thread: Phew!

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    Thanks Sue for a good old-fashioned frightener

    Thanks Sue for a good old-fashioned frightener
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    Have a similar niggle; 'recent' is anyway an...

    Have a similar niggle; 'recent' is anyway an elastic term. Haven't got much faith in the feature at the moment but pleased to learn of its (gradual) return. Here's hoping.
    ...
  12. Thread: Hi everyone!

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    Hi Arya and welcome; best of luck and remember,...

    Hi Arya and welcome; best of luck and remember, there are no silly questions. :)
  13. Thread: Cookie choice

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    Your readiness to respond to users' wishes is...

    Your readiness to respond to users' wishes is reassuring; I look forward to the restitution of the cookie acceptance box.
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    Apologies to all for never having heard of...

    Apologies to all for never having heard of Llanelli Brecks; just as well I stopped short of the ' . . . as any fule kno' routine.
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    "i'm looking for Siloam in Llanelly,...

    "i'm looking for Siloam in Llanelly, Breconshire!!"
    Llanelly, Breconshire? I'd take a trip round GENUKI Wales before going any further.
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    Can you play air saxophone without air?

    Can you play air saxophone without air?
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    Agree with JohnN; 'merrily begotten' sounds so...

    Agree with JohnN; 'merrily begotten' sounds so carefree. Brows tend to furrow imagining the begetting of the rest!
    Godo
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    Hi Gordon and good hunting; ...

    Hi Gordon and good hunting;
    don't forget the power of Google - it can surprise you sometimes!
    Godo :)
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    Poll: Da iawn a llongyfarchiadau!

    Da iawn a llongyfarchiadau!
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    Thanks for being a guinea pig for everyone; look...

    Thanks for being a guinea pig for everyone; look forward to hearing of your progress.
    Godo
  21. Thread: hi there!

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    Hi Alicat and welcome, Glad to...

    Hi Alicat and welcome,
    Glad to hear you've got a bagful of photos: they are a wonderful prompt for reminiscences when talking to older relatives but unless you have a written record...
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    Long, long ago, of course, Cornish and Welsh were...

    Long, long ago, of course, Cornish and Welsh were one language; MOYLE has its counterpart in modern Welsh 'moel' (bald), which was often used as a surname in the Middle Ages; gwyn is white (fair,...
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    Is the Wordpad descendancy chart one you've made...

    Is the Wordpad descendancy chart one you've made youself? Could you be so obliging as to post an example for enlightenment (of myself and anyone else unfortunately as dim)? Your comments on the...
  24. Thread: hi

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    Hi Speaky and welcome; like you, have a few...

    Hi Speaky and welcome; like you, have a few Davieses and loads of Joneses (mustn't forget the Robertses, Owens, Evanses, Parrys etc).Dates and places will I'm sure open the floodgates of help to be...
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    Hello young fellow and welcome to the community;...

    Hello young fellow and welcome to the community; wishing you every enjoyment and success!
    Godo :)
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