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Family Search Help

Images: gene.jpgFamily Search Help

I am searching for a descendent of DAVID PHILLIPS and his wife HANNAH who lived in 20, Pill Terrace at Giants Grave.

David was born around 1862 and according to the 1911 census had the following issue;


Ann (born around 1886)
Sasannah (born around 1890)
William (born around 1895)
Katie (born around 1898)

Davids parents were Thomas Phillips (born 1823 died 1906) and Susannah Williams (born 1824 died 1899)

If you are a descendent of David or Hannah please ask for Lindsay Gwylym Barnett (Friday afternoon library volunteer)

Techy Tasters at thye Library
Images: library.jpgJust to let everyone know that there are now Techy Tasters at the library in Briton Ferry every Friday from 10am until 12.

We cover everything from turning on a computer to using microsoft office.

Why not join us and brush up on your computer skills.
Briton Ferry Library

A LIBRARY threatened with closure is being brought back to life thanks to community support.

Briton Ferry Library, a listed building, has been earmarked for closure by Neath Port Talbot Council in order to save cash.

But members of the community have stepped forward to create a charity incorporated organisation.

A special coffee morning has now been held in a bid to bring the supporters together. A First World War exhibition has also been launched at the iconic building.



Read more: http://www.southwales-eveningpost.co.uk/Briton-Ferry-community-step-save-library/story-20651811-detail/story.html#ixzz30Y8NUnnC
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