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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.

williamlewis The late William Lewis,4 Fron Eithin,


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.
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