I call it the merry dance between primary sources:- first your living relatives, with birth and marriage certificates back to 1st July 1837. From 1901 all the census back to 1841 with parish registers, wills, probates and much much more in the archives - often not online. All the time dancing between sources comparing and recording. Take pains and beware of the common errors in genealogy. thank you ALWYN for Merioneth URLs #1 URLs, relating to Merioneth as a whole or as part of Wales Merioneth URLs #2 URLs, relating to Merioneth parishes - Alwyn ap Huw my blog GENEALOGE my home page on Family History Research basics Merionethshire Look-up Exchange Back on line with another new URL Merionethshire Look-up Exchange: - as saved from the google cache Census UK FAQ to help you find out what is available UPDATED a virtual library with one book ! so far first notes about welshness Welsh Archives FAQ Click here to see OLD FRONT PAGE
St David's Day But who was St. David, & why is he so important to the Welsh? And just how is St. David's Day celebrated in Wales today?
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