Our Grandfather And His Family (Ford) - a Memory of Tir-y-berth.

My mother and her sister and brother were living in 35.William street Tir-Y-Berth .They moved there when my mum was little. My uncle Henry went on to get married and raise his children in 35,William Street Tir-Y-Berth My mother went on to raise us in Gilfach!! Also everybody new my auntie as Tot Batt


A memory shared by kathjaneh on Oct 19th, 2017. Send kathjaneh a message

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Mon Jan 11th 2021, at 12:01 pm
Ray Garside commented:
Does anyone remember Olivers garage? Sid Oliver was my Uncle I remember playing in the old cars at the back of the garage. The smell of leather on a hot summers day. My Cousin Jeff Poole would be the driver and I the Passenger. There was an old bath tub outside and when they scrapped a car any loose change was thrown in the bath. We would get some sweets money from it and go to Mrs Harris to buy sweets, great memories. I was Keith Batt.
Wed Jan 6th 2021, at 10:04 am
Ray Garside commented:
I think we are family My father was Idris Batt I was born in Horner street and then lived in Grays Crescent. Toots was my Auntie and Billy my Uncle. My Gran was Mabel Batt. My other Gran was Flo Oliver.
Wed May 2nd 2018, at 11:07 am
mrcarroll93 commented:
Hi there I think we’re family my Nan is Maureen and Henry was her father 😎

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