Tom Wesley Upjohn - a Memory of Bargoed.

My father, Tom Wesley Upjohn (1921-1995) also remembered going across the road to the farm for a jug of milk and sometimes eggs . He died more than 20 years ago but a few months ago I heard he may have fathered a boy before he married my mother. He and his family lived in John street. He became a submariner in the second World war. He used to say what wonderful town Bargoed used to be , better than Blackwood where I live now !

A memory shared by wendy27695 on Jan 27th, 2018. Send wendy27695 a message.

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