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Private D..J. Thul:¡;.n- th(o :nn nf Mr. and Mrs. David Thomas, h liael- PRIVATK I). ,J. THOU AS. gwyu Terrace. (adly, Aberdare. ha: recently been on a short visit home from the trenches. He, wishes to thank all his friends at Aberdare for the welcome he had. He had a cordial reception at Maelgwyn Ter- race. and also by Mr. and Mrs. Wni. PanT, Broncynon Terrace, Cwni- dare. the parents of Private Willie PRIVATE WILLIE PARRY. Parry, his best pal. Pte. Thomas returned on Thursday week to France, to rejoin his Aberdare pals at the front, namely, Privates Willie Parry, Jimmy Brewer, W. Arrow- smith, and B. Rees, of the Soutli Lancashire Regt. Sapper Joseph Ivor Evans. 1464 w. attached to the Royal Engineers, ,3 a son of Mr. and Mrs. Evans, Inree Generals Hotel, Aberdare. He has passed a trade test as a practical titter and turner at Birmingham and "iiii iiani, where he is now stationed. Pt-p G. S. Evans, 18066, A. Gov., 13th' Glosters (Pioneer Batt.), B E F France, son of Mr and Mrs W Vv'ans 15 Bryn Terrace, Cwm- rlare Enlisted in the GLoster pion- eers Jan 20, 1915 left England for prance March 3, 1916. Pte. George Richards. Grenadier Guards, of .Abercwrnboi, wounded at Ypres. Driver G. Loekwood. A.S.Coo Abercwmboi, now in Fi-tiic-. Both were home on leave recently, as re- ported in our last issue. .¡- Lance Corpl, O. J. Baiyem. A. Coy., loth Glmter:" (Pioneei Batt.)-, B.E.F.. France, son of Mi Baigent, 48 Rrvr.i-Terrace. Owmda-r^.

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