Use sources guaranteed to be completely free to find Welsh people globally by name or reverse search by phone number or address.
Basically there's two groups of people to search for in Wales, those still with us and those dearly departed. Searching for the latter involves family trees and ancestry while the former might include everything from finding an old friend to finding a new one, getting a job, hiring a tradesman or a doctor. We look for people every day, in one way or another, to fill all the capacities our expectations create. Who can fix my garage door, shoe my horse, repair the damage to my elbow? Who's going to fill my heart's desires, make me happy, bring peace to my life?
So the quest is on - not just for the person you might have in mind today, but for the very long list of people you will seek in the future for all things that they can do for you and give to you. Not to fear: This isn't a dissertation or self reliance and spiritual fulfillment from within.
So tracing someone in or from Wales (Welsh (Cymru), not "Whales" ;) has a different meaning from that in other parts of the world. Here it means tracking someone down or lookup their family history - following the steps backward to see from where the target of our search originates and what he or she did along the way.
There's a huge online library with the largest stash of information (at no charge) on and about people at the University of Google containing (by last count) one hundred thirty trillion 'web pages' from around the world, so if the bloke you seek exists somewhere on the Worldwide Web, there's a good probability that he or she can be located by perusing said trove.
Doesn't matter if the mate submitted his or her information on some sigh-up site (social media, dating, voter registration, job application, classified ads, or made it to the obituaries) once it's there it's there 'forever' and it's more likely than not the Google's robot (spider) found it, recorded and indexed it - meaning you can find the bits of data just by typing in relevant letters (forming a 'search phrase' - like a person's name) in the 'Google search engine' (@ Google.com) and pressing the Enter key.
Be prepared. Out of 30 trillion web pages, there are bound to be thousands if not millions of returns for your search query. How can you not be impressed with this feat and the ability to present the most relevant webpages at the top of the search listings?
It may be necessary to throttle the plethora of returns with more specific search parameters, like using firstname-middlename-lastname, maybe adding a prefix (dr, cpt, chief) and/or a suffix (III, Jr, CPA) to distill millions of returns down to just a few.
Learn the skills of search. They will serve you for the life of the Internet and live beyond keyboards and mice.
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