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Date Posted: 22:54:51 08/03/07 Fri
Author: Ray Dix
Subject: Re: Whinberrys
In reply to: Antony 's message, "Re: Whinberrys are closely related to Blueberry's, and known by different names depending on where you live. Some of these are, Bilberry, Blaeberry, Whortleberry, Myrtle Blueberry. In my opinion a Whinberry Tart is heaven on earth, but not had any for a long time!! I wonder if people in Aber still go Whinberry picking. In my d+ay whenever I went, there would more often than not, be several others somewhere on the mountain olso picking." on 17:34:26 09/06/06 Wed

Hello Antony, only just seen your message (don't very often log onto this,the old forum)

Harold and Peggy were my uncle and aunty, Harold was one of my dad's brothers. As you probably know there were quite a few brothers and sisters, my dad was Gwyn.

It would be nice if you could e-mail me.

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  • F.A.O. Antony -- Ray Dix, 23:00:55 08/03/07 Fri

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