|Wilfrid Ewart Oulton, (1911-1997), air force officer, was born on 27 July 1911 at 2 Ellie Street, Monks Coppenhall, Nantwich, Cheshire,the eldest of eight children of Llewellin Oulton. His mother, Martha, nee Wellings, died when Wilfrid was young and his father moved away and remarried.
Educated at Abertillery grammar school, where his father was chemistry master, he won an open scholarship to University College, Cardiff, where he spent a period as an engineering student before moving to the RA ...
|Calvinistic methodist church alexandra road abertillery
Just wondering whether the Calvinistic Methodist church on Alexandra road, Abertillery is still there or if anyone has any images of what it looked like back in the 1920's? I'm researching my family history and my great grandparents married there, thanks in advance!
|Family History researching the following families
|1891 Census- Louisa Hough - 5 Roberts Row, Cwmtillery - born Herefordshire 1863
Others living there
Elizabeth Short - 66
Mark Norman - 55
Albert Chalcroft - 23
Lucy Chalcroft - 24
Eleanor Chalcroft - 1
Henry Collier - 39
Elizabeth Collier - 33
Thomas Collier - 15
Henry J Collier - 14
Sarah Collier - 11
Robert Collier - 9
David Collier - 7
Elizabeth Collier - 5
Florence Collier - 2
Thomas Ambrey born Gloucestershire 1871, - residence in 1891 - 18 Woodland Terrace, Cwmtillery ...
|Abertillery War Memorial breaks the law ???????
|eddie smith wrote: |
|Well why didn't you peruse this when you were on the council you moron |
The War Memorial is except as is many old buildings ,how do I know this I used to work in Environmental Health and helped to enforce the regulations. It would be appropriate to google the regulation before making statements about access
|Brinley Hammond, Wholesale Grocer
|I'm Bryn Hammond's youngest daughter, Leah.
|Dr. Fahmy returned to Abertillery after an absence of 40 years for the opening of the new grandstand at Abertillery Park, article South Wales Gazette dated 20 September 1963.
|John Charles Webb
|Further articles and photographs on the acclaimed John Charles Webb appeared in the South Wales Gazette on the following dates.
07 June 1946
02 October 1959
21 October 1959
15 September 1961
09 March 1962
25 October 1963
|Abertillery 1920s Post Office
|I know it's a bit late but the Post Office history in Abertillery is - Mr and Mrs E Jones Pond House Railway Platform were first Postmaster & Postmistress in 1848, later moved close to the National Schools, Mr Titus Phillips took over as Postmaster. In 1896 it moved to Mr Phillips Jnr shop in Commercial Street.
In 1902 it was decided to have a purpose built Post Office built, Mr William Phillips of Glanwern House, Castle Street, Abertillery constructed the new Post Office (now known as th ...
|Mitchard's in Abertillery
|John Mitchard killed Six Bells Colliery, - 17 January 1962.
|The Fungi Files
|Seen 4th August 2017 Midlands