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1;1 r t1  Toil f?r ?e Bra?e. V UrHHY PORT ROLL OF HONOUR. ââââ The names given below arc those of men from Burry Port who have fallen in action;â Bonncil, Private Henry. Collins, Private Reginald. Daniel, Captain Ralph P. Davies, Private James. Da vies, Private Samuel. Edmunds, Captain David. Evans, Lieut.-Col. D. Brynmor Chiles. Evans, Private AYiUiam. Fuller, Private Thomas. Gillespie, Private Adam. Hawkins, Private T. J. Isaac, Private Sidney. Jones, Private Robert. Lewis, Private George. Lewis, Private Ivor. McFadd^n, Seaman Owen. Private Herbert S. J. Price. Private Lemuel. Price, Private Richard. Randell, Private Frederick. Rees, Private Albert. Rees, Artificer David Edmund. Rees, Private George. Rees, Private Tom. Roderick, Sec.-Lieut. Allan Buckley Rowlands, Signaller John. Scott, Private John. Scott. Private Robert. Styles, Private Joseph. Taylor. Private 1. R. Vaughan, Sec.-Lieut. John D. Wotley, Private Fred. Williams, Sergt. Edmund. Willia ms, Private Herbert. Winstone, Sergt. W. H. The Tragedy. It is these lists which bring home to the homes in this country the tragedy of war. In the- full-flush of youth, menâ and boysâgo out 'to do or die' for Britain and some never come hack. Burry Port can hold its head proudly hefore all men even though its head is heavy, for this list is not one which could have emanated from a town with no sense of duty, no realisation of the grave issues which to- day, convulse the whole civilized world. But the mothers and fathers of Burry Port can take heart in the fact that the lives of their sons were dedicated to a purpose higher and nobler than the ordinary humdrum routine of life. The sympathy of Burry Port will go out to the bereaved families, and it will be ac- companied with that which comes from the consciousness that in the task of de- fending the Empire and civilization, Burry Port, small tnough it mav lie, took its part wiai courage and nobility. Mr. W. Griffiths, El&ington roatl, Burry Port, will be ready to receive -,ny liames to be added to the list if it be jn- complete in its present form.

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