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Gwyn

Nell, original name Eleanor Gwynne. 1650--87, English actress; mistress of Charles II
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In a short statement, the club said: "Former Wales international, referee and club president Gwyn Pierce Owen has died, aged 85.
Now aged 70, it is incredible to learn of the damaged shell of a man he was reduced to as the resident of a mental institution at a time when people with disabilities similar to Gwyn's were hidden away from the world.
Gwyn David at Gilfach Goch Day Centre with Eleanor Clift, left, day times opportunities officer with Treforest Learning Curve, and support worker Sarah Salter
Gwyn thought of him, Pigeon, when he was just a boy.
Sadly, Gwyn passed away after a long and painful illness two years ago, and since then his widow Stephannie has been working tirelessly with the aim of promoting a charity concert in his memory.
Accenture (NYSE:ACN) announced on Wednesday the appointment of Brigitte Gwyn as a managing director of government relations, effective 7 November 2016.
It has been named after the American wife of HAV chairman Philip Gwyn.
BELOW: Ewe lambs from Gwyn Jones, Nant Gwyn, Eglwysbach, topped the section at pounds 96
Gwyn, owner of Whitacre Garden Centre in Nether Whitacre, near Coleshill, decided to represent Anthony Nolan because the garden centre have supported the charity for the last ten years after a member of staff donated their stem cells.
UPON FINISHING RICHARD GWYN'S EXCELLENT biography Nation Maker: Sir John A.