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Tirabad Memories

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My dad, George Pilley, grew up in Tirabad. My grandparents names were Rose & Stan Leonard. dad & Pop both worked for the forestry but my dad moved to Sydney in the 74's. Dad tells many funny stories about growing up there.

Hello, I was born in Builth Wells hospital in 1957, we were living in the village of Tirabad at the time. My uncle and auntie, Ellis and Dot Topliss, plus my cousins also lived here. My father and uncle worked for the forestry and my eldest sister Carol worked in the small village shop, she now lives in Austrailia. I (...Read full memory)