Blaenavon, Workmens Institute And Town Clock c.1955
Memories of Blaenavon, Workmens Institute and Town Clock c1955
LOOKING FOR ANYONE WITH MEMORIES OF JORDAN'S BUSES IN THE 1950S, PICS OF THE FLEET WOULD BY MOST WELCOME.
I am Howard F. Van Horn II. I live in Sandy, Utah, USA which is in the Great Salt Lake Valley. My great, great grandmother was Jane Price, wife of William Price. Jane was born in Monmouthshire, Wales on 2/15/1801 and died in Frostburg, Maryland, USA on 2/17/1888. William Price died in Wales (prior to 1888). My great grandmother, Sarah Price was their child and was born in 1841 in Blaenavon, Monmouthshire, Wales. She married my great grandfather James E. Dando (born on April 4, 1837 in Vartage, Monmouthshire, Wales) on July 4, 1857 in Somerset, Pennsylvania, USA. James Dando was brought to Western Maryland to work for the Georges Creek Coal Company. I am looking for someone ...Read full memory
Memories of Blaenavon
CAN ANYONE HELP ME IM TRYING TO FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ABOUT A FAMILY CALLED EVANS IVOR AND KATE THEY DAUGHTER CALLED PAM AND SON MERTON THEY LIVED IN THE DINGLE THEN HEATHER COTTAGE IN WAENAVON IVOR WAS KNOWN AS CHINER ALSO A FAMILY CALLED WATKINS SARAH THEY HAD TWO SHOPS A SWEET SHOP AND A HAIR DRESSERS. I WAS TOLD THAT THE ...Read full memory
I have lovely memories of visiting my mothers family in blaenavon in the 70,s has a small child ,my mothers family seemed huge the were the David family it was a lovely place all so friendly ,my mothers family lived at elgam avenue originally ,I know that my grandmother was killed in a bus crash and my grandfather passed ...Read full memory
i was born in 1945 and also went to st felix school