DOUGHTY William George On April 19 at Cartref Care Home, Porthcawl, Bill of Marlais
Rd, Pyle, beloved husband of the late Peggy.
Thomas was born on October 27, 1914, in Swansea and was an undistinguished student at the local grammar school.
Born Dylan Marlais
Thomas in Swansea in 1914, he found fame for his play Under Milk Wood as well as poems like Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.
Thomas - famous for " Do not go gentle into that good night" and " And death shall have no dominion" and Under Milk Wood - , was born in Swansea, Wales, in 1914.
Aled Matthews, above, who lived with his innocent fiancee at Heol Marlais
, Ammanford, downloaded 104,523 child pornography images on to his computer and stored them on memory sticks and CDs.
Quoted in Hugh Marlais
Davies, "Interview with Donald Lippincott," Artist and Fabricator, exh.
Nodwn mai gan un o'i dylwyth Cymraeg, Gwilym Marles, y cafodd Dylan ei enw canol - Marlais
Succeeding with the Masters & The Festival Collection: Etudes with Technique, Book 4, compiled and edited by Helen Marlais
with Suzanne Torkelson.
Sarah Vezmar, who delighted past panto audiences as Ruby Tuesday and Purdy, will play Cinderella, while Kate Marlais
will be casting a magic spell as Poppy Pumpkin.
The Wales Grand Slam hero, who has returned to the Test arena for the first time in more than a year, paid tribute to his dad Marlais
, who is in hospital recovering from a stroke last month.
Anniversaries: 1728: Birth of explorer Captain James Cook; 1775: The United States Navy established; 1806: The French captured Berlin; 1914: Birth of Welsh poet Dylan Marlais
Thomas; 1917: Troops from the USA entered the war in France; 1936: Mrs Wallis S impson granted a divorce from her second husband; 1951: Winston Churchill became Prime Minister once more; 1978: Nobel Peace Prize awarded to Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin.
Mai Mae Mai yma ym Mn - a'i adar A'i fil flodau gwylltion.