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WOUNDED. Sergt. O. G. Jones, 8J, T yd raw-street, Port Talbot, formerly a, platelayer, has, been wounded. Pte. A. G. WatkiM, R.A.M.C., H, Shelley-crescent, Swansea, was severely ~!P<nuKledron April 11th. 17 Pte. Azariah Williams, Gough Build- ings, Ystradgynlais, has been wounded in France in the recent fighting. Mrs. Young, Cuba-road, Pentrechwyth, has bt-eii informed that her husband has been wounded in the arm and back. Pte. W. H. Roberto, sen of Mr. Wm. Roberts, Pontardulais-road, Gorseinon, has been wounded in the abdomen. Lieut. i. II. Richards, M.C., elder eon of the Rev. B. F. Richards. Francis Villa, Carmarthen, has been wounded in France. Pte. Gordon Burchell, 45, St. George's- terrace, Swansea, of the Welsh Field Am- bulance, has been severely wounded in Palestine. Mrs. Moris, 13, Oakwood-road. Swan- sea, has been notified that her husband has been wounded in the thigh, and is 1 now in El Arish. Sec.-Lieut. W. H. Morgan, eon of Mr. j W. Morgan, St. David's Works, Loughor, if. in a Frencn Hospital, suffering from eevere nephritis. Pte. S. Gammon, 131. Western-street, Swansea, a milkman, is lying in Birming- ham Hospital suffering from wounds re- ceived ia France. Pte. Edgar (Jrove, formerly a lorrymaa with the G. W.R., whose home is at iRhyddings-tercace, Swansea, has been seriously wounded. Capt. Tal. G. White, Welsh Regiment, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Jno White, Caecerrig. Pontardulais, is reported wounded and missing. Mrs. Alice Lewis, 9, John-street, Mum- bles, has received news from her son Howard, that he has been wounded, and is a prisoner of war in Germany. News has been received that Pte. James Parker, Lancashire Fusiliers, liv- ing at 3, Princess-street, Swansea, is wounded and a prisoner in Germany. Mr. Richards, postman. Lower Oxford- street. Swansea, has received official news that his son has been severely wounded, and is in a French hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Be van, of 68, High-street, Pontardawe, have been noti- fied that their son, Pte. Daniel John Bevan (23), has been wounded in the Leg. Corpl. T. W. Morris, Welsh Guards, Has been wounded by shrapnel. He was a single man, and resided with his parents at 27, Danygraig-rd., St. Thomas. Mrs. Powell, of Pentreguinea-road, St. Thomas, has been notified that her son, Pte. Iltyd Powell, of the Monmouthshire Regt., who has been seriously wounded, is improving. Intelligence has been received by Mr. Wm. Vaughan, Cloth Hall, Tycroes, that Jus son, Driver Botting Vaughan, R.F.A., has been wounded, and is now in a Man- chester hospital. Driver Frank Prater, of the Motor Transport Section, son of Mrs. Prater, 17, Rodney-street, Swansea, has been wounded in his right wrist and is now in hospital at Bath. Mrs. Allen, of 10, Dyfatty-street, Swan- sea, has been notified that her son, Dvr. James Bowfen Allen, of the Cyclist Corps, has been wounded in the recent heavy fighting in France. News has been received by Mr. and Mrs. D. Brazell, 34, Pleasant-street, Mor- riston, that their eon, Pte. D. P. Brazell, was wounded in the left leg, and is now in hospital at Edmonton. Mr. Wm. James, of Messrs. James and James, Swansea, has received further newg that his son Lieuv. Meurig James, R.A.F., is doing as well as can be ex- pected. He has been wounded. Pte. Charlie Jenkins, of Foxhole-road, Kilvey, Swansea, of the South Wales Borderers, has been wounded in the arm and foot. He is 19 years of age, and for- merly worked on the G.W.R Mr. and Mrs. John Reed, of 21, Inker- man-street, St. Thomas, have learned that their only son, Pte. Ivor Reed, of the Machine Gun Corps, has been woun- ded in the legs by shrapnel. Mrs. Phillips, 30, St.Helen's-road, Swansea, has received a letter from the chaplain at Boulogne Base Hospital, stat- ing that her husband, Pte. Edmund J. Phillips, R.A.M.C., is wounded in the chest. The relatives of Sergt. N. Harris, of Plymouth-street, Swansea, have been in- formed that he has been severely woun- ded in France. Before the war he was employed by Messrs. Thompson and Shackell. Pte. Horatio Williams, Machine Gun Corps, younger son of Mr. and Air, Thos. Williams, Craigfryn, Forest, Pontardu- lais, has been severely wounded in the right leg and left arm, and » now lying in a btiee hospital. Pte. E. J. Park, of the Welsh R.A.M.C., formerly of No. 6, Grenfell Town, Pentre- chwyth, has been wounded in action in France. He is a married man, and was formerly employed on the Swansea Tram- ways as a conductor. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Arnold. Windsor- road, Neath have been informed that their son, Lieut. Graham Arnold, of the South Wales Borderers, has been wounded and taken a prisoner of war during the recent fighting in France. Mr. Isiah Knigut, of 9. Kthel-s-treet, Xeth. has received official notification that his con, Pte. Gideon Knight, Ches- hire Regiment, has been wounded in Fiance. This is the second time Pte. Knight has been wounded. Corpl. Bert Edwards has been admitted into hospital, wounded for the fourth time. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Edwards, reside in Bryn-road, and have just heard from him, in which he says: There is nothing to worry a-bout." Pte. D. J. Taylor. King's Cottages, Pon- tardulais, has been wounded, and is in hospital. He was discharged as physi- cally unfit, but subsequently re joined a labour battalion of the R.E.'s, with whom he was now serving in France. Information has been received by his mother that Pte. Lou is Wastell, of the South Wales Borderers, has been wounded and now lies at a base hospital in France. He is the son of the late Mr. Louis Was- tell, 2(;, Argyle-street, Swansea. Pte. James Parker, 2. Prinoess-street, Swansea, in a letter home says that Pte. Merlin Price, who formerly assisted his father in a house furnishing business near the Palace, High-street, Swan-sea, is a prisoner of war. He is 25 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Williams, 8, Bath- urst-street, Swansta, have been informed that their son, Pte David G. Williams, o': the Cheshires, received shrapnel wounda in the hip in the recent heavy fighting, and has been removed to South- Frark Hospital. Mrs. Morgan, of 45, prince of Wales- road, Swaneea, 'has reeefved intimation that her eldest pon, Signaller E. Griftths, South Lanes., was badly wounded in the left shoulder and face on April 15. Pre- vious to enlistment he was employed at the Cwmfelin Works. Official intimation has been received hy Mr. and Mrs. J. Merrifield, of 24, Aberdyberthy-street. Hafcd. Swansea, that thtir eldest son. Pto. A. Mcrrifield. I South Wales Borderers. lias l>een wounded in the loft wrist. and is now in LBehnotat Hospital, Lwerpool. :1 "It;;tjo.j:f. ;,iJ:! Official information has been receiver] by M1. Owen, of 2<1, Carmartlien-road, Swansea, stating that his son, Lee.-epl. C. Owen, of the Lancashire Fusiliers, has been wounded in the right leg during the recent fighting in France. In the fighting for Bailleul Cpl. Percy Williams, R.F.A.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams, Nythfa, Tirydail-lane, Ammanford, was wounded in the ankle, and he now lies in the Norfolk Military Hospital. Capt. Tal White, Pontarciulais, now reported wouncted and missing, had a most charming personality; and his meteoric rise in the Army was only equalled by his success in 1»« profession as an architect and surveyor. News has been received that SecA1eut. E S. Dann, son of Mr. Dann, clothier, Wind-street, Swaneea, was slightly wounded on April 19th, but remained on duty. This ie tii,- second time for Lieut. Dann to be wounded within a week. Lce.-cpl. Fred J. Jon. Monmouth Regiment, son of the late Mr. Jones (Swansea Harbour Trust) and of Mrs. Jones, Park-place, Brynmill, and son-in- law of Mra. Roe. Park Inn. Mumbles, has been wounded in France for the second time, and is in a ba&e hospital. Pte. P. Hughes (19), of the Gloucester Regiment, has been wounded (for the second time) in the right side. He is the second eon of Mr. Edward Hughes, 10, Middle-road, Cwmbwrla. himself a veteran, who returned from work at the base in France eight months'ago. Official news has been received by Mr. J. Heziciah Thomas, Golwg-y-.Mor, Lon- las, Llansamlet, that his eon, Pte. John Thomas, who was with the R.A.M.C., has been severely wounded in Palestine on the 11th inst. Pte. Thomas is a nephew of Mr. A. II. Thomas (Crymlyn), J.P. Official news has reached his parents of severe wounds received by Lce.-cpl. Bert Webber, R.W.F., sou of Mr. W. Webber, giocer, Union-street, Swansea. Twenty- three years of age, he joined up about three years ago, having been prviously en- gaged in the office of Mr. Ashmole, Bor- ough Treasurer. Mrs. Hanna, of Bryn-road, Swansea, has received news that her eon, Lieut. AY. H. Hanna. of the South Wales Bor- derers, has been wounded again. Pre- viously he was wounded on tMarcb 22nd, but recovered and got back to duty. The young officer, who was mentioned in dis- patches in December, has been four times wounded. 'The news has been officially received from the War Office that Sec.-lieut. G. D. Bowen, of the Siege Artillery, is at the Welsh Hospital* Netley, suffering from wounds in the leg and foot, received ¡ in the present fighting. In civil life Lieut. Bowen, who is a B.Sc. (Lond.), i is missing since the 23rd ulto. Sapper him since March 22nd. Mr. William Lewis, John-street, Mumbles, and who carries on the busi- ness of a ship's smith at the Swansea Docks, has been notified that his eon, Sergt. E. W. Lewis, has been wounded in the left leg, and is now at Queen's Hospi- tal, Birmingham. Sergt. Lewis has been in France for the paet three years, and is making satisfactory progress.



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