Search billions of records on


 List members who are actively engaged in other genealogical projects are:

  • Gareth Hicks runs the Genuki Wales; informed knowledge on Welsh genealogy.
  • Dai Bevan admin for the Dyfed Mailing List which has experts on many subjects.
  • John Ballsee his photographs of Wales. John is admin of the Powys List.
  • Jeff Coleman List Admin; loads of knowledge about the Swansea valley.
  • Jill Muir Asst. List Admin, created and maintains this website. I live in Oxfordshire these days, but was born and brought up in Glamorgan.
  • Sister Site: Welsh Churches and Chapels ~ a photographic website of images of churches and chapels, mainly contributed by List members is here.



Viewing options.

For your convenience, we've provided you with a number of different ways in which you can view this website.

Most people find a font style such as Arial or Verdana more comfortable or easy to read.

This website uses Verdana, Garamond, Helvetica, Arial, and sans-serif fonts. The fonts are sized in 'ems' and 'px' but it may be of further help to many to follow the links to accessibility websites shown below.

If these sizes are still not suitable, please follow how to increase the size of the text.

To increase the text size using one of these browsers

  • Internet Explorer: View Text size
  • Firefox: View Text size
  • Opera: File Preferences Fonts Minimum font size (pixels)

Alternatively, scroll with the wheel of your mouse whilst holding down the control key. Scrolling up with your mouse will make text smaller and scrolling down will make text larger. This will work on your emails too.

Happily, most browsers allow users to enlarge or shrink the font size according to their preferences. The Opera browser even allows the entire document to be enlarged, including images.

See here to download Opera Browser

These links will also show you how you can change fonts in your browser and many other ways to access the web.

Web Accessibility - WC3

My Computer - My Way - Making Text Easier to See and other help.

BBC - My Web - My Way- Do you need help in making the web easier to use? This site explains the many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you. Note: Recently the BBC has withdrawn many services and has archived these, so this site will not be updated.

If you want to brush up your computing skills, try out the free BBC Webwise Online Course here.

BBC Webwise Online Course - BBC Webwise Online Course