Cardigan People 14: Willie Morgan, Daniel Morris, Revd T. J. Morris, William A. Jenkins, John Evans

Willie Morgan, Adelphi (1904–87)

Confectioner and cafe at Adelphi, Pendre in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Sunday school teacher at Bethania Chapel.

Daniel Morris, Llwynpiod (14.08.1876–1953)

Dairy farmer. Keen agricultural showman and judge.

Revd T. J. Morris, Capel Mair (10.02.1846–13.12.1908)

A native of Llanelli. Entered Carmarthen College in 1867. Ordained in Saron, Llangeler in 1871. Began his ministry in Capel Mair in June 1876, with a membership of 327. The chapel developed as a cultural and social centre traditionally associated with late 19c nonconformity. A vestry was built in 1885. He married Elizabeth, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Herring in 1876. James Herring was the son of Revd John Herring, Bethania (1811–32).

William A. Jenkins, Mercantile. (d.02.02.1982)

Managing director of the Cardigan Mercantile Company. Town councillor. Mayor in 1966.

John Evans (1838–1903) (left)

Born on the Netpool. Boot and shoemaker in Pendre. Baptised 31.07.1892 by Revd John Williams, Bethania. He was a brother to Thomas (Telynog).

Cardigan People 7: Andrew Morgan; Edwin Morgan; Willie Jeremiah; Arthur Jones; Alfred Sulman

Andrew James Morgan (d. 21.10.1941, aged 23 yrs.)

Lived in 20 Eben’s Lane. Merchant Navy during WW2. Drowned on board the SS Treverbyn. His name is engraved on the town Cenotaph (below). Brother of Edwin, below.

Edwin Morgan (d.19.2.1978)

Lived at Maeshenffordd. Local Postman. Brother of the above Andrew.

Left: Willie Jeremiah (1919–2011)

Lived in Greenfield Row.

Right: Arthur Jones (1928–91)

Lived in Greenfield Row, later Maesglas.

Alfred W. R. Sulman (1895–1979) Native of Skeyton, Norfolk.

Lived at the Drawbridge and Maeshenffordd.