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From: "Tom Rowlands" <>
Subject: Mr and Mrs Phillips, "Cartefle" Penmaenmawr.
Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2000 10:06:13 -0400
I wonder if there is a lister in Clwyd or Powys who can help me with this:-
When at college at Bangor 1940-43, I would visit relatives, Mr and Mrs Phillips who lived at :"CARTREFLE" a house on the south side of the Penmaenmawr-Conwy road just on the edge of the town. I believe Mr Phillips was a Commercial Traveller dealing with grocery products.
They had a son Merfyn who was in the army at that time, and I don't know if he survived the war.
Mr and Mrs Phillips were ardent chapelgoers and Mr Phillips might have been a deacon. I don't know which denomination. They were in their late forties or early fifties at that time. They will be in their nineties or better if they are survivours whilst if they are not survivours they will probably be buried in a chapel graveyard in Penmaenmawr.
I would be pleased indeed if anyone can tell me more about what happened to them and their son Merfyn in the nearly sixty years since I saw them.
|Mr and Mrs Phillips, "Cartefle" Penmaenmawr. by "Tom Rowlands" <>|