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 In Memory of the fallen of WW1 during April.
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goodwitchsilverwitch
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Posted - 26/04/2016 :  22:42:08  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Edward Jones. Harry Weston Morris. Daniel Myneham. Edwin Parry. David Thomas Davies. William Davies. George Henry Matthews. George Wells. William Francis Ball. Richard Griffiths. John Jenkins. James Snow. John Baines. Emrys David Williams. David Thomas Edwards. William Richard Edwards. David John Owens. Clifford Louis Hardwick. Wyndham H Pearce. Laurence Braham Rosenbaum. Thomas Henry Bishop. John Murray Eaglesome. John Edward Price. John Henry Watkins. Theophilus Edwards. Charles Henry Bishop. Albert Dimmick. Sidney Emlyn Jenkins. John Samuel Edwards. Thomas John Williams. David John Blayney. John Charles Morris. Wilfred Onions. Joshua John Wells. Charles Bryan Ball. William Bevan. Daniel Evans. George Evans. Harold Jenkins. Walter Charles Porch. James Rees. Marsden Williams Ishmael Evans. Joseph Maddocks. John William Peacey. Nathaniel Saunders.

goodwitchsilverwitch
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Posted - 25/06/2016 :  00:09:02 Link directly to this reply  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Edward Jones, 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers.
His siblings were John, William, Thomas, Ann and Maud.
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goodwitchsilverwitch
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Posted - 08/04/2017 :  00:02:19 Link directly to this reply  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Second Lieutenant Wilfred Onions.
Before going to war, he was employed as a school master.
Killed in action 1915.

Wilfred's father Alfred Onions was an M.P. and was president of the local branch of the Discharged Sailors and Soldiers Federation.
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goodwitchsilverwitch
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Posted - 11/05/2019 :  01:29:55 Link directly to this reply  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
WILLIAM JONES THOMAS.
Private 1333.
Died on 13th April 1917.
Before the war he was a Police Constable number 319.
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