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Carolyn Ellis

Hello all

I am sure a lot of you will already know, but Carolyn, who was a major contributor to this message board, has passed away. I for one will miss her wit and humour and phenomenal knowledge about our area's history. She's helped countless numbers on family history via this board and she'll be sadly missed. RIP Carolyn x

Caroline Ellis

Hi Martyn
               So sorry to hear of  Caroline`s death -a huge loss.
I saw one of her posts recently and thought "she back"
Condolences to the family

Very sad news Martyn,she will be greatly missed.


So sorry to hear of the passing of Carolyn. Sad news, our deepest condolences to the family, from all of us here in Canada.

Carolyn Ellis

Concur Martyn.

Carolyn R.I.P. thoughts with all

I am really really sad at just receiving this news and my thoughts go out to Clive and family.

Carolyn was a great support in establishing this board originally and with her personal and professional support as well, she supported family and local history research in Abertillery always thirsty to learn more and help out whenever and wherever.

Some times outspoken, but always with a sense of humour and sticking up for what she saw as right, she always wanted the best for her town and community.

She will be sorely missed. I will look back fondly at the time that I knew her.

Totally shocked ...RIP

A typical community-spirited person who in her own quiet way helped enhance people's lives, especially via this and related forums.

RIP Carolyn.
Ian Jones

R.I.P Carolyn myself and family send our thoughts out to Clive and family at this very sad time.
john gibbs

I'm so sad, she helped me a lot whenI first started posting.

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