Glyncorrwg, West Glamorgan
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My Dad was born in Gyncorrwg in 1941 and worked in the mines. My memories of Glyncorrwg would be staying with my grampy Tony who lived up the top.I still visit the village as I have cousins there I love the place, so quiet and peaceful with all the hills around you. I plan to go back in the next few months to surprise my cousins and have a good old catch up.
Iwas in the Merchant Navy, just returned from "D-DAY" invasion "OMAHA BEACH", to Port Talbot for new cargo to return there and spent a few days with my Uncle Fred & Aunt Maisie, at 31 Cymmer Rd, next door to the cinema. Maisie was one of the LEWIS family, her brother's name was IDRIS, after leaving the Merchant Navy (...Read full memory)