Atgofion melys!

by Iona
(Trefynnon, Sir y Fflint)

I spent many a summer's evening fishing on the bridge over Afon Alaw near Melin Seler with my father in the 1950's.


The mention of John Rice Rowlands also brings back memories, he was a friend of my Father's, who was also a minister.

I hope to take my daughter there during the Easter break later this month. I have forgotten how to get there, but hope that I will remember the way as I approach.

Diolch am yr erthygl.

Iona Evans

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Atgofion melys!
by: William

Annwyl Iona

Diolch o galon i chi am ysgrifennu ataf gyda'ch atgofion. Mor filch fy mod wedi bod yn achos i gofio adegau braf eich ieunctid.

John Rice yn dal i bregethu ac yn parhgau i sefyll fel cawr ymysg ei ffrindiau lu.

Wil

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