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Attlee Ave in the 50/60's
Hi, my grandfather lives on Attlee avenue and have done since a child he also worked on the buses his name is Eric from number 59
The Fungi Files
Nice one, well done!
The Rising Sun
I am also curious about the Rising Sun an Old Family photo said this on the back. Was the Rising Sun a pub or a district?
Website for my Company ?
I want to ask where to create a website for my business? Give a suggestion where they can do this for me. I want quality service and good support! Thanks
Miners strike
Martyn either show me where I said that Ian Jones was a strike breaker or shut it And remind Rocke that the Mayor deserved the same amount of privacy about his past that was given to his deputy leader
Thank you very much I am working rather blind in this area, but you may have just solved part of the jigsaw puzzle for me, Hunt is also one of the names I am looking for but only found out last night.
Independent Blaenau Gwent
Great news from the polls. Let's start clearing up the mess Labour has made of this area over countless decades.

And with the Independents securing the victory, eddie smith, I think you'll be contributing 50 to the charity of my choice? The Alzheimer's Society please.

Six Bells Colliery Aerial Ropeway
I have only visited Abertillery once and that was so long ago I can barely remember it.  It must have been sometime in early 1949 when I was only a toddler.  However, these memories come back to me as small vivid cameo scenes.  For reasons that only more recently I've been able to appreciate why the visit was not a happy one.  The stay was very brief!

The journey on the train was very long.  My father, much to the annoyance of my mother, would on long stops, jump out ...
William Banfield
William Banfield was born on 15 June 1854, the only son of Charles and Harriett (Jones) Banfield. On the 1861 census the family (Barnfield) were residing in the Blaenau Gwent district of Abertillery but the street name was not recognizable. By the time of the 1871 census the family had moved to West Bromwich, Staffordshire where Charles was listed as a tin bailer and William a firemam
The Banfield family emigrated to the United States in 1872 and upon arrival in the country both father and son ...
Gaudio Amarilli
Hi Everybody. My name is Chris Jackson, I am 66 years old, and I live in Totnes in South Devon. My grandfather was called Gaudio Amarilli and lived in Market Street, Abertillery, for most of his life. I would like to visit his grave but have no idea how to go about finding where that might be. Can anyone offer me some advice please? Gaudio was born in Colorno, northern Italy in 1875, came over to Wales around the turn of the century and settled in Abertillery where he changed his surname to Jack ...
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