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The story of the Nanney and Vaughan families is at the heart of Meirionnydd’s history, and the author presents Meirionnydds story book story in a clear and logical progression, chapter by chapter, from the very beginnings in Chapter 1, ‘A Royal Dynastic Descent ()’, through the centuries to Chap ‘Charles Hilary Vaughan Pritchard ( Hooray.
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