Mrs M A Edwards MBE, a lady to who the community owe a debt of gratitude. Elected to represent Bodorgan on the Aethwy Rural District Council in 1948, a seat she held until the demise of that authority in 1974, Chair in 1958/59 and 1973/74. Represented Bodorgan on the Isle of Anglesey Borough Council 1974-1996, and then on the new County Council until she stepped down in 1999. Mayor of Anglesey 1976/77. Community Councillor since 1945. A governor of Bodorgan Community School since 1936 (to date). Receptionist/dispenser/counsellor at the local doctors surgery, who was available 24 hours for anyone in need.
The late Hugh Thomas, Bodval House, Malltraeth (1910-78), at work as a signalman at Llangwyllog Station on the Central Anglesey railway. He was later a signalman at Bodorgan Station. He was the organist at both Trefdraeth and Crist y Brenin churches. He also worked as a gardener for Charles Tunnicliffe.
The late Huw Roberts (8 Morawelon), the last driver of a steam powered road roller on Anglesey, at work in the 1950's on improvement works to the A5025 ar Rhosgad, Pentraeth.
The late Glyn Pritchard(Penlon), Cae Ddafydd, Malltraeth.
The late Mrs N Roberts 8 Morawelon, Malltraeth and her cousin.
The Joiners Arms 'circa' 1970
The late Bob Roberts, Parc Gwal, Malltraeth.
A younger Meredydd Roberts (8 Morawelon).
The late Robin Thomas
15 Morawelon, Malltraeth.
Mrs Edith Hughes and the late Mrs Mair Edwards,
both Malltraeth residents.
The late Victor Williams, 3 Morawelon, Malltraeth.
The late Roland Jones and Ronald Roberts with R J Hughes (McJon), Morawelon Flats.
The late Raymond Evans and
Roland Jones, Malltraeth.
The late William Hughes (Wil Glo), 2 Morawelon, Malltraeth.-
A regular in the Welsh Guards who was captured in the rearguard
action at Dunkirk in 1940 and held captive in Poland, until liberated
by American forces in 1945.