Welsh Voices of the Great War, Llanberis

Material from the First World War collected at the Llanberis roadshow.
Captain Roger Owen was born at Tyddyn Graig on 10 April 1874 and left home when he was 13 yrs. His mother was against him joining the Navy as she had previously lost two brothers at sea. On 21 July 1905 he married Elizabeth Jane (Lilly). He was awarded...
Captain Roger Owen was born at Tyddyn Graig on 10 April 1874 and left home when he was 13 yrs. His mother was against him joining the Navy as she had previously lost two brothers at sea. On 21 July 1905 he married Elizabeth Jane (Lilly). He was awarded...
Catherine Mary Parry, spinster, was born in 1890 and lived at Carreg Ceiliog Bach, Bethel, Bodorgan, Anglesey. She was one of eleven children with one of her sisters being mother to the bard Tom Parry-Jones. Catherine nursed at a hospital in Cardiff...
Private Lewis Hugh Williams of Tyddyn Pwyth, Llanedwen served with the 14 Royal Welsh Fusiliers. He died in Holyhead hospital on 12 February 1921 aged 24 after suffering the effects of gassing during the Great War. The funeral was featured in all the...
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
William sent a postcard to his wife Annie and children from Garde L'est train station, Paris. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the...
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
A photograph of Philip Williams with his family Back row from left: Robert Williams, Griffith Williams, Ellen Williams, Samuel Williams, John Williams. Front row from left: Philip Williams, Ellen Williams (mother), Samuel Williams (father), Elizabeth...
This general service whistle was manufactured by Alfred De Courcy and Co., Frankfort Street, Birmingham and belonged to Catherine Mary Parry. Catherine, a spinster was born in 1890 and lived at Carreg Ceiliog Bach, Bethel, Bodorgan, Anglesey. She was...
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The lamp belonged to Edward Owen Jones, he brought it back as a souvenir from the German trenches. The Oxy acetylene lamp otherwise called a carbide lamp gives off light when water is slowly dripped into the main chamber reacting with the calcium carbonate...
This ashtray belonged to Philip Williams of Holyhead. Philip Williams and his two brothers fought in the Somme. All three survived and returned home after the war.
This Christmas treat Box belonged to Philip Williams of Holyhead. Princess Mary gave these boxes as a gift to soldiers during the Great War. The box itself was made of brass and it would contain cigarettes and chocolates. Philip Williams and his two brother...
Private 31352 Alfred Rich of the 19th Battalion Welsh Regiment was killed on the 11th July 1916 clearing barbed wire in front of the German lines. It is believed that the periscope formed part of his possessions that were returned to his wife after he...
This certificate was awarded to Edgar Evans (1906 - 1989) at the age of 10 yrs in 1916 for gifts he and his school sent to the soldiers and sailors of the Great War. The pupils of Golan School, Garndolbenmaen collected Sphagnum Moss from the marshes...
Hugh Rhys Hughes, Mur Poeth, Rhoslefain received a Commemorative medal in recognition for his part in the campaign against the Germans fleet in the attack off the coast of Jutland. Hugh Rhys Hughes was John Daniel Hughes' brother. They both survived the...
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Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregarth, Bangor. Richard Jones was killed in action at the age of 33 on 28 August, 1918 in the Battle of Cambrai.
Thomas states that he leaves for France on the the very same day as the photograph is sent to friends and family. He asks that a copy be sent to his parents as they have no knowledge that he's leaving for France. Thomas Richard Jones was a Private in...
Richard Jones and Thomas Richard Jones were sons of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregareth, Bangor. Both fought in the Great War and were killed within 16 months of each other. Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment and was...
Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregareth, Bangor. Richard Jones was killed in action at the age of 33 on the 28 August, 1918 in the Battle of Cambrai.
Richard Jones can be seen wearing a moustache and stood in the back of the armoured vehicle. Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregarth, Bangor. Richard Jones was...
The Army Chaplain writes a letter of condolence to the parents of Thomas Jones and to give a detailed explanation relating to the circumstances that lead to the death of their son. Thomas Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He...
The Army Chaplain writes a letter of condolence to the parents of Richard Jones. Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregareth, Bangor. Richard Jones was killed in...
John Owen Jones sends a Christmas greetings card to his parents from Canada. John Owen Jones was born on 22 July 1896. He lived on Talymignedd Isaf Farm, Nantlle. He was the second of six sons, he also had two sisters. He worked in Canada but returned...
John Owen Jones sends a greeting card to his mother. He celebrates his 22nd birthday aboard H.M.S. Albemarle, Royal Navy Barracks, Devon Port, England. John Owen Jones was born on 22 July 1896. He lived on Talymignedd Isaf Farm, Nantlle. He was the second...
John Pritchard was a member of the concert party that entertained the troops. He was from Rachub was a cobbler before joining the Royal Ordnance Corps in the Great War. He was Robert Griffiths' brother in law.
John Pritchard was a member of the concert party that entertained the troops. He was from Rachub was a cobbler before joining the Royal Ordnance Corps in the Great War. He was John Pritchard's brother in law.
Robert Griffiths served with the Royal Engineers and he worked on the railways. He enlisted when he was 37 yrs old and was posted to France. He was John Pritchard's brother in law.
Robert Griffiths served with the Royal Engineers and he worked on the railways. He enlisted when he was 37 yrs old and was posted to France. He was John Pritchard's brother in law.
This propaganda postcard shows a child in British uniform urinating into a German helmet.
This propaganda postcard shows a child making use of a German helmet as a toilet.
This propaganda postcard shows the British army striding into battle singing 'God Save the King'.
John Pritchard thanks his brother in law, Robert Griffiths, for a parcel he received. John was a cobbler before joining the Royal Ordnance Corps in the Great War.
This postcard was sent to John Pritchard by a family friend.
Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France and was killed on 20 July 1916 Delville Wood by a shot to the face.
Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen, the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France and was killed on 20 July 1916 Delville Wood by a shot to the face.
The letter states that Hugh is in Wrexham waiting to be sent to the front line in France. Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen, the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France...
The letter states that Hugh has reached France and is waiting to be sent to the front line. Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen, the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France...
The letter states that Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was killed on 20 July 1916 at Delville Wood. The letter states the in detail the circumstances surrounding Hugh's death.
In this poignant letter Hugh pleads with his brother to avoid being called up by making any excuse possible and lying to the army doctor. Within two months of writing this letter Hugh is killed in action in Delville Wood, Somme, France.
Photograph of Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales who was born 1892. He served with 40th Casualty Clearing Station. He was called up for service on 14 April 1915 for the Royal Army Medical Corps. He received the British War...
Handwritten trasnslation of a letter of appreciation for Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales and others for their efforts in Sofia during the Great War. Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born...
A letter of appreciation for Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales and others for their efforts in Sofia during the Great War. Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born in 1892. He served with...
Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born in 1892. He served with 40th Casualty Clearing Station. He was called up for service on 14 April 1915 for the Royal Army Medical Corps. He received the British War Medal, the Victory...
Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born in 1892. He served with 40th Casualty Clearing Station. He was called up for service on 14 April 1915 for the Royal Army Medical Corps. He received the British War Medal, the Victory...
Photograph of John Morris Parry, Cwm y Glo who joined the Medical Corps as he didn't want to handle guns. After leaving the army he became a volunteer at the Dinorwic Quarrymen's hospital. His brother Robert David Parry was also in the Medical Corps....
These badges belonged to father and son who were both called John Owen Thomas. John Owen Thomas (09.02.1897 – 09.11.1962) junior and John Owen Thomas senior (24.05.1871 – 10.01.1941).
The letter refers to the British War and Victory Medals sent to the family of Private Robert Charles Roberts in recognition of his services with the British Forces during the Great War. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in...
A letter from the Imperial War Graves Commission requesting 7/10 in payment for the inscription 'Yr hyn a allodd hwn, Efe a'i gwnaeth' (Mark 14: 8 – She hath done what she could) on the grave of Private Robert Charles Williams. Robert was born...
Photograph of Private Charles Williams with his wife Ann Williams (1875-1951) and daughter Mary Margaret Jackson (nee Williams). Mary was born on 7 March 1914 and died 3 February 2004. Mary had two brothers, Henry and Robert (Bobby), this photograph...
A letter written by Pierce Ll. Thomas on behalf of Ann Williams, the wife of Private Robert Charles Williams asking for a photograph of Robert's grave in Palestine. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in 1913 at the age of...
A letter written by Private Robert Charles Williams to his wife Ann and daughter Mary. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in 1913 at the age of 23. They lived at Cil Melyn, Warden Street, Llanberis, Caernarvonshire. Private...
A photograph of Private Robert Charles Williams' grave in Palestine. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in 1913 at the age of 23. They lived at Cil Melyn, Warden Street, Llanberis, Caernarvonshire. Private 345654 Robert Charles...
John Owen Thomas (09.02.1897 – 09.11.1962) lied about his age in order to join the army. His father was also called John Owen Thomas was a sergeant in the Great War. John junior was married to Ruby Dennis and he worked at The Royal Arsenal in Woolwich....
John Owen Thomas senior (24.05.1871 – 10.01.1941) lived at 76, Park Street, Denbigh was a sergeant in the Great War. He returned from the war and became an instructor.
The letter welcomes Private David Richard Williams (21/01/1899 – 23/07/1987) home after spending three years as a prisoner of war. David Richard was 16 years old when he joined the army and during his captivity he made shoes for the German army....
Captain Roger Owen was born at Tyddyn Graig on 10 April 1874 and left home when he was13 years old. His mother was against him joining the Navy as she had previously lost two brothers at sea. On 21 July 1905 he married Elizabeth Jane (Lilly). He was awarded...
Captain Roger Owen was born at Tyddyn Graig on 10 April 1874 and left home when he was13 years old. His mother was against him joining the Navy as she had previously lost two brothers at sea. On 21 July 1905 he married Elizabeth Jane (Lilly). He was awarded...
Captain Roger Owen was born at Tyddyn Graig on 10 April 1874 and left home when he was 13 yrs. His mother was against him joining the Navy as she had previously lost two brothers at sea. On 21 July 1905 he married Elizabeth Jane (Lilly). He was awarded...
Captain Roger Owen was born at Tyddyn Graig on 10 April 1874 and left home when he was 13 yrs. His mother was against him joining the Navy as she had previously lost two brothers at sea. On 21 July 1905 he married Elizabeth Jane (Lilly). He was awarded...
Catherine Mary Parry, spinster, was born in 1890 and lived at Carreg Ceiliog Bach, Bethel, Bodorgan, Anglesey. She was one of eleven children with one of her sisters being mother to the bard Tom Parry-Jones. Catherine nursed at a hospital in Cardiff...
Private Lewis Hugh Williams of Tyddyn Pwyth, Llanedwen served with the 14 Royal Welsh Fusiliers. He died in Holyhead hospital on 12 February 1921 aged 24 after suffering the effects of gassing during the Great War. The funeral was featured in all the...
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
William sent a postcard to his wife Annie and children from Garde L'est train station, Paris. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the...
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
William sent this postcard to his daughter Dorothy from France. William Williams came from Trefor, Anglesey but during the war lived at Foundry Terrace before moving to 13 Field Street, Llangefni. When he returned from the war he became a postman.
A photograph of Philip Williams with his family Back row from left: Robert Williams, Griffith Williams, Ellen Williams, Samuel Williams, John Williams. Front row from left: Philip Williams, Ellen Williams (mother), Samuel Williams (father), Elizabeth...
This general service whistle was manufactured by Alfred De Courcy and Co., Frankfort Street, Birmingham and belonged to Catherine Mary Parry. Catherine, a spinster was born in 1890 and lived at Carreg Ceiliog Bach, Bethel, Bodorgan, Anglesey. She was...
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The lamp belonged to Edward Owen Jones, he brought it back as a souvenir from the German trenches. The Oxy acetylene lamp otherwise called a carbide lamp gives off light when water is slowly dripped into the main chamber reacting with the calcium carbonate...
This ashtray belonged to Philip Williams of Holyhead. Philip Williams and his two brothers fought in the Somme. All three survived and returned home after the war.
This Christmas treat Box belonged to Philip Williams of Holyhead. Princess Mary gave these boxes as a gift to soldiers during the Great War. The box itself was made of brass and it would contain cigarettes and chocolates. Philip Williams and his two brother...
Private 31352 Alfred Rich of the 19th Battalion Welsh Regiment was killed on the 11th July 1916 clearing barbed wire in front of the German lines. It is believed that the periscope formed part of his possessions that were returned to his wife after he...
These badges belonged to father and son who were both called John Owen Thomas. John Owen Thomas (09.02.1897 – 09.11.1962) junior and John Owen Thomas senior (24.05.1871 – 10.01.1941).
This certificate was awarded to Edgar Evans (1906 - 1989) at the age of 10 yrs in 1916 for gifts he and his school sent to the soldiers and sailors of the Great War. The pupils of Golan School, Garndolbenmaen collected Sphagnum Moss from the marshes...
Hugh Rhys Hughes, Mur Poeth, Rhoslefain received a Commemorative medal in recognition for his part in the campaign against the Germans fleet in the attack off the coast of Jutland. Hugh Rhys Hughes was John Daniel Hughes' brother. They both survived the...
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The letter refers to the British War and Victory Medals sent to the family of Private Robert Charles Roberts in recognition of his services with the British Forces during the Great War. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in...
A letter from the Imperial War Graves Commission requesting 7/10 in payment for the inscription 'Yr hyn a allodd hwn, Efe a'i gwnaeth' (Mark 14: 8 – She hath done what she could) on the grave of Private Robert Charles Williams. Robert was born...
Photograph of Private Charles Williams with his wife Ann Williams (1875-1951) and daughter Mary Margaret Jackson (nee Williams). Mary was born on 7 March 1914 and died 3 February 2004. Mary had two brothers, Henry and Robert (Bobby), this photograph...
A letter written by Pierce Ll. Thomas on behalf of Ann Williams, the wife of Private Robert Charles Williams asking for a photograph of Robert's grave in Palestine. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in 1913 at the age of...
A letter written by Private Robert Charles Williams to his wife Ann and daughter Mary. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in 1913 at the age of 23. They lived at Cil Melyn, Warden Street, Llanberis, Caernarvonshire. Private...
A photograph of Private Robert Charles Williams' grave in Palestine. Robert was born in Capel Curig in 1886 and married Ann Williams in 1913 at the age of 23. They lived at Cil Melyn, Warden Street, Llanberis, Caernarvonshire. Private 345654 Robert Charles...
John Owen Thomas (09.02.1897 – 09.11.1962) lied about his age in order to join the army. His father was also called John Owen Thomas was a sergeant in the Great War. John junior was married to Ruby Dennis and he worked at The Royal Arsenal in Woolwich....
John Owen Thomas senior (24.05.1871 – 10.01.1941) lived at 76, Park Street, Denbigh was a sergeant in the Great War. He returned from the war and became an instructor.
The letter welcomes Private David Richard Williams (21/01/1899 – 23/07/1987) home after spending three years as a prisoner of war. David Richard was 16 years old when he joined the army and during his captivity he made shoes for the German army....
Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregarth, Bangor. Richard Jones was killed in action at the age of 33 on 28 August, 1918 in the Battle of Cambrai.
Thomas states that he leaves for France on the the very same day as the photograph is sent to friends and family. He asks that a copy be sent to his parents as they have no knowledge that he's leaving for France. Thomas Richard Jones was a Private in...
Richard Jones and Thomas Richard Jones were sons of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregareth, Bangor. Both fought in the Great War and were killed within 16 months of each other. Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment and was...
Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregareth, Bangor. Richard Jones was killed in action at the age of 33 on the 28 August, 1918 in the Battle of Cambrai.
Richard Jones can be seen wearing a moustache and stood in the back of the armoured vehicle. Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregarth, Bangor. Richard Jones was...
The Army Chaplain writes a letter of condolence to the parents of Thomas Jones and to give a detailed explanation relating to the circumstances that lead to the death of their son. Thomas Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He...
The Army Chaplain writes a letter of condolence to the parents of Richard Jones. Richard Jones was a Private in the King's Liverpool Regiment. He was the eldest son of Mr and Mrs J.R. Jones, Tyddyn Dicwm, Tregareth, Bangor. Richard Jones was killed in...
John Owen Jones sends a Christmas greetings card to his parents from Canada. John Owen Jones was born on 22 July 1896. He lived on Talymignedd Isaf Farm, Nantlle. He was the second of six sons, he also had two sisters. He worked in Canada but returned...
John Owen Jones sends a greeting card to his mother. He celebrates his 22nd birthday aboard H.M.S. Albemarle, Royal Navy Barracks, Devon Port, England. John Owen Jones was born on 22 July 1896. He lived on Talymignedd Isaf Farm, Nantlle. He was the second...
John Pritchard was a member of the concert party that entertained the troops. He was from Rachub was a cobbler before joining the Royal Ordnance Corps in the Great War. He was Robert Griffiths' brother in law.
John Pritchard was a member of the concert party that entertained the troops. He was from Rachub was a cobbler before joining the Royal Ordnance Corps in the Great War. He was John Pritchard's brother in law.
Robert Griffiths served with the Royal Engineers and he worked on the railways. He enlisted when he was 37 yrs old and was posted to France. He was John Pritchard's brother in law.
Robert Griffiths served with the Royal Engineers and he worked on the railways. He enlisted when he was 37 yrs old and was posted to France. He was John Pritchard's brother in law.
This propaganda postcard shows a child in British uniform urinating into a German helmet.
This propaganda postcard shows a child making use of a German helmet as a toilet.
This propaganda postcard shows the British army striding into battle singing 'God Save the King'.
John Pritchard thanks his brother in law, Robert Griffiths, for a parcel he received. John was a cobbler before joining the Royal Ordnance Corps in the Great War.
This postcard was sent to John Pritchard by a family friend.
Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France and was killed on 20 July 1916 Delville Wood by a shot to the face.
Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen, the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France and was killed on 20 July 1916 Delville Wood by a shot to the face.
The letter states that Hugh is in Wrexham waiting to be sent to the front line in France. Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen, the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France...
The letter states that Hugh has reached France and is waiting to be sent to the front line. Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was a brother to John Owen, the poet from Bodffordd, Anglesey. He fought with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in France...
The letter states that Private Hugh Owen 14237 Royal Welsh Fusiliers was killed on 20 July 1916 at Delville Wood. The letter states the in detail the circumstances surrounding Hugh's death.
In this poignant letter Hugh pleads with his brother to avoid being called up by making any excuse possible and lying to the army doctor. Within two months of writing this letter Hugh is killed in action in Delville Wood, Somme, France.
Photograph of Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales who was born 1892. He served with 40th Casualty Clearing Station. He was called up for service on 14 April 1915 for the Royal Army Medical Corps. He received the British War...
Handwritten trasnslation of a letter of appreciation for Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales and others for their efforts in Sofia during the Great War. Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born...
A letter of appreciation for Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales and others for their efforts in Sofia during the Great War. Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born in 1892. He served with...
Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born in 1892. He served with 40th Casualty Clearing Station. He was called up for service on 14 April 1915 for the Royal Army Medical Corps. He received the British War Medal, the Victory...
Private David John Thomas of Brynhyfryd, Llanberis, North Wales was born in 1892. He served with 40th Casualty Clearing Station. He was called up for service on 14 April 1915 for the Royal Army Medical Corps. He received the British War Medal, the Victory...
Photograph of John Morris Parry, Cwm y Glo who joined the Medical Corps as he didn't want to handle guns. After leaving the army he became a volunteer at the Dinorwic Quarrymen's hospital. His brother Robert David Parry was also in the Medical Corps....
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