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Re: MORRISTON CHARACTERS OF OLD

Another character from Morriston ,better known as Tea Cosy Pete, was Brian Buford . He lived on Glantawe Street opposite the employment exchange He went to Martin St school where he was known to me, he played rugby at half back . Went on to Dynevor Grammar one of the few to pass the 11+ in that year and was a promising student until a family tragedy led to a downward spiral to becoming known for surviving on the streets of Swansea

Re: MORRISTON CHARACTERS OF OLD

William Rowlands composed the hymn tune which is used throughout the world for " Love Divine All Loves Excelling" Rolland was a teacher at Pentrepoeth School and choir master at the Tabernacle . He died in 1937 and is buried in Morriston Cemetrery grave 11B.