|Annie Post, Penrhyn-coch|
Memories of yesterday:• She remembers letters distributed by her uncle on horsenback for 10 shillings a week. • She was an organist at Horeb Chapel for 60 years and when the chapel was redecorated services were held in ths Club room above the Post Office. • When the Post Office housed the only phone in the village, Annie used to take the messages for everyone.
JOHN JAMES, a busy man - clerk to Trefeurig Council for 56 years, secretary of Siloam, Cwmerfyn for 65 years, secretary of Côr y Bryniau, sec. North Cardiganshire Horse Society, sec. North Cards. Independent Singing Festival, area sec. NFU for 25 years. He farmed Maes Meurig for 25 years.
MORGAN JONES 5/10/1862-4/2/1930. One of Goginan's old miners.
He joined the army and then became a military policeman.
|W H Binks postman|
WILLIAM H BINKS, Brook Villa retired in 1956 after 38 years service. A native of Southend-on Sea who came to Wales to work on the farms. After the 1WW he was appointed as a postman at Penrhyn-coch and Banc-y-Darren, and then Penrhyn-coch and Bryngolau. He was a member and deacon at Horeb, where he looked after the cemetery for many years. During the 2WW he was a member of the Home Guard. He was a keen football fan and seldom lost an Aber game.
Lizzie Evans, ('LE') Llythyrdy, Cwmsymlog, 1923 +. A keen eisteddfod fan and singer.