Smokescreen - Ken Matthews' quest for the truth
Smokescreen - one man's fight for justice

Margam Castle, Wales

"Margam Castle saw its last moments of splendour whilst the Talbot-Fletchers were in residence. On one particular occasion the Orangery was used for a ball to celebrate the coming of age of Capt. Fletcher's son; its tall windows were draped in crimson velvet and between decorative palms liveried servants attended at the buffet tables, laden with extravagant fare. The whole scene was lit by heavy chandeliers suspended from the high ceiling and guests and tenants of the estate danced until the early hours."


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discover more of the background to
one man's fight for justice .......

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There are many pages of research and proofs to be added to this website - Ken Matthews and his wife Penny have discovered so many "coincidences" that it makes disturbing reading. These are the main areas of enquiry that will be covered [some are still under construction but we're adding new info regularly] - click on any of the boxes below to reach the relevant area.

Ken's story the "adoption" the 1926 adoption act
John Fletcher the love affair Ivy Pinn
Copped Hall Margam Saltoun
John Fletcher's will the death the cremation
the medical records the death certificate the ashes
the E.C. Talbot trust the family tree the photos
newspaper articles the curious "divorce papers" ........... now on line guestbook

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