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goodwitchsilverwitch Posted - 01/09/2016 : 00:09:48
William LLoyd Bowen M.C. : William John Matthews : William Baxter :
Thomas David LLoyd : Cecil Waldron Quick Curtis :
Arthur Henry Cormack : David Andrew Butler : Ernest Jenkins :
James Brittle : John Protheroe Davies : William Llewellyn Griffiths :
Lewis Jones : William Arthur Price : Herbert Cook : Thomas Jones :
Edwin Thomas Parsell : Charles Perry : Albert Braithwaite :
Daniel Minon : Walter Williams : John Rees Davies : John Powis :
Gwilym Rees : George Evans : Richard Thomas Ashton :
Ernest John Bradford :
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goodwitchsilverwitch Posted - 02/11/2017 : 00:59:17
CHARLES PERRY of Troedrhiwgwair.
Killed in action September 1915.
goodwitchsilverwitch Posted - 01/10/2016 : 15:24:29


If any question why we died,
Tell them,that our fathers lied.
MKerchey05 Posted - 01/10/2016 : 12:33:55
I agree, keanjo. We just don't seem to be able to learn do we?
keanjo Posted - 01/10/2016 : 04:51:08
All these lives lost .Ordinary people made into canon fodder by the foolish conceit of the then ruling elite who directed the battles from the rear and a century on , we are still plagued by pointless wars.
goodwitchsilverwitch Posted - 30/09/2016 : 23:30:16
Richard Ashton.
Private (2577) A Coy 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment.
Killed in action Sunday 30 September 1915, aged 17.
Commemorated at Bard Cottage Cemetery, Belgium.

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