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I SCROLL OF FAME <V JTfc $Long List of West Wales Casualties. I K I LLED. I Pte. Gilbert Edwards. Rhondda Bat- talion, has been killed in franco. He was formerly a pronunent member of Gwalta- street Chiipel, Goreeinon. News has been received by Mr. W. Rees, sign writer and painter, of 2ti, Plymouti-i- treet, Swansea, that his only eon, Ilte. Albert B. ltees, of a local unit, has been killed in action. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jenkins of Heol- ynant, Clydacii, have been notilied of the death from wounds in hospital in France I' ot their tecond son, Kifieman Stephen Jenkins. The deceased was only 19. The death in action is reported of A.B. I A. H. Guttridge (21). of the K.X.1J. He bad been four times wounded. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Guttridge, 81, Oourtenaj-street, Manselton, Swansea. Mrs. Hughes, Carway-street, Burry- port, received official news from the War ottice on Thursday morning that her hus- band. Pte. David Walter Hughes, Dorset Regiment, was killed in action in France MrB. Holbrook, Dynevor-road, Ske- wen" has been informed that her hus- band, Pte. Thomas A. Holbrook, Welsh Regiment. eon of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hoi- ■ brook, Gas Works-road, Neath, has been killed in action. News has readied Mumblela of the death in action, of Lieut. Sidney Goulbourn, of the Middlesex RegIlllmt. Lieut. Goul- bourn was the son of Mr. Goulbourn, of Langland-road, Mumbles, who is super- intendent for the L. and N.W.R. Co. Official news has been received at 19, Field-etreet, Treharris, that Sec.-lieut. W. J. Jewell, Welsh Kegiment, son of Pte. Thomas Jewell (serving in France), for- merly of Foundry-row, Skewen, was killed in action in France on September 1st. Mrs. Dean, 77, Oxford-street, Swansea, received official news on Tuesday re the death at a field ambulance station in Franco, on September 1st. of Pte. S. i Dean, her husband. Deceased joined up two years ago. He leaves a widow and tour children. Pte. Ralph Maynard (20), Royal Welsh 1 Fusiliers, eon of Mrs. Job's- j place. The Quay, Carmarthen, has been killed in action in France. He enlisted two months after the outbreak of war. He was formerly employed by Mr. C. II. Car- pcntcr, newsagent, Carmarthen. ?ews has been received by Mrs. Thomas, of 2, Glantawe-strcet, Morris- ton, that her son, Pte. Grenville Thomas, o the .Machine-gun Corps, was killed on September 5th. Pte. Thomas was only 19 years of age, and before joining the col- ours was employed at the Beaufort Works. News was received on Monday by Mr. John Williams, 15, Nixon-terrace, Morris- ton, that his son, Pte. Eben Williams, Welsh Regiment, died of wounds en Sep- tember 7th He was 33 years of age, and joined the Armv in April, 1917. He was previously employed at the Mond Nickel Works. Official intimation has been received that Rifleman Jack Henry Somer-s, Queen's Westminster Rifles, eon-in-law of lir. T. Conwil Evans, King-street, Cav- luarthen, died from wounds in hospital at Rouen on September tith. Before enlist- he held a post at the City Hospital, Yardley-road. lliringham. Pte. Leonard Jones, Durham Light In- fantry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dd. Jones, Jersey-road, Bonymaen, was killed in j action on September 7th. Ho was 19 years oi age, and prior to enlisting two years ago was employed at the Dillwyn Spelter <.k). Pte. Jone* had fought in Italy and had been previously wounded. Official news has In received by Mr. S and Mrs. Cole, Ca-epye, Trehoeth, Swan- pea, that their son, Pte. Thomas John Cole, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, has been killed in action in France on September 1st. He was 19 years of age. Prior to Joining up yoimg Cole was employed at the Forest Tinplate Works. Morriston. News has been received by Mrs. Geo. Maunder, Pentrechwyth, that her son, Pte. Samuel Maunder, has been killed in action. He joined the forces when only 16i years old. and has seen two years' ser- vice with the colours. He worked at the Diihvyn Spelter Works prior to enlist ing, Mrs. Maunder has another son on active service. News Ins"come to hand of the death in action, on August 27th, of Pte. Edward Wilson (.O). of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers who joined up four years ago, and after having served in Gibraltar went to France about three months ago. Ho is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson. 37a, Strand, Swansea, and previous to thel war was a town porter. News reached Llansamlet on Wednes- day of the death in action of Pte. Luther Thomas, Birchgrove. Pte. Thomas, who joined the Yeomanry, was transferred to the Welsh, and had been in France for some time. Educated at Y6talyfera County School and Bangor University, he was until enlistment on the staff of Glais School. He leaves a young widow. Pte. William Mainwaring, Royal Welsh died ot wounds in i ranee OIl August 26th He joined at the outbreak of war, and Was mounded twice. His wire resides at 77, Graig Morriston. lie was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Main- waring, 1181, Neatli-road, Plasmarl. Tiitrt arc two sons also serving with the colours. Deceased was formerly employed aL the Mannesmann Tube Works. Mra. S. Davies, 11, Tabernacle-street, Skewen, has been othcially informed of the death in action, on the 25th August, ..1 her youngest son, Pte. James Nioholls, Welsh Guards. He was 22 years of age and stood tiit. 4ins. He has been in Franco for nearly 12 months, and had ex- perienced some of the heaviest of the sighting, hitherto unscathed. Prior to joining lie was employed in the cupola drpanment, Cap Copper Works. He was greatly liked by ail, and WM the main support of hi" widowed mother. Two .tf his brothers are in the Air Service. I News has been received by Mr. Edward John, Rhosslyn, Cwmrhydyceirw, Morris- ton, that his son, Pte. llaydu John, was killed in acuon on beptember 2nd. Pte. John was only 19 yearn ot age, and had served over 12 montht5 with the colours. Writing to his parents his commanding oiffcer says that Pte. John went into action with another officer, who was him- self wounded, with three members of the crew. Your son was first hit in the arm while driving a tank, and while resting fin tho rear of the tank, was killed by a shell which hit the tank and exploded in. side." Following two conflicting reports, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gilbert, Pantyshajlnel, Skewen. have now received the following letter from Lieut. II. Wilcoxon, respect- ing their son, Sergt.-major John Morgan Gilbert, Welsh Regiment:—" It is my sad duty to inform yo i of the death in action of your son, Sergt.-major Gilbert. He was killed while gallantly leading the men for- ward against the enemy. Your son was one of the finest soldiers I've come across and his low is a great blow to the com- pany. The men absolutely loved him, and all ranks join me in expressing their deepest sympathy with you on your loss. Sec.-lieut. R. H. Davies, Royal Wel -') FuSiliers, second son of the Rev. Z. W Davies. Ton Pentre (formerly pastor of Salpm. Llangyfela-ch). was killed in action on August ;23rd. Haying previously served -in a s,;?cial gas company of the Royal En- < gumcrs as a dispatch ridpr for over two I's, he ws- gazetted to a commission in March of this yc?ar. He took the degree of B.Sc. at the University College, Cardiff, About a year ago he married the youngest daughter of Aid. Richard Morgan. J.P., Aberystwyth. Mrs. Griff Walters, Pont- lliw, is a sister of the late Lieut. Davies. The deceased was born at Llangyfelach, Swansea. There will be many circles of religious and social life in Swansoa which will hear with a deep. pang of personal sor- t'ow of the death in action of Pte. George Thomas, of 18, Jones-terraoe, Swansea. News has been received by Mr. John Holloway, Courtsart, Britonferry, that his only son, Pte. George Melrose Hollo- nay, was killed in action on August 23rd. Like his father, Pte Holloway was born in Swansea, and went to Neath in his boyhood. He was a teacher at the Briton- ferry National Schools. Prior to joining hb Majesty's Forces be was superinten- dent of the North London Industrial School. News of his death has been com-I municated by a friend' Pte. Holloway was killed by a machine-gun bullet and died within 30 seconds. He was buried in u. German cemetery. His widow resides in Walthametow, London. Pte. Ken. Green, Devon Regiment, Man- soiton, Swansea, was killed in France, October 26th. 1917. He had previously been wounded five times. H joined the Somersets at the outbreak of war, being later transferred to the Devons. He wa,s employed at Ben Evans, and was the first employe of theirs to join up. Corpl. Cliff Green, Army Cyclists Co., was killed at Racouture, where the Cyclists made their heroic stand. Letters from prisoners of war in Germany state that ho was killed outright. He was em-I ployed as a printer with Mr. Trerise, Gnr. R. C. Griffiths Mumbles I (Rilled). ,Pte. W. Mainwaring Morcjston (Died of wounds). L.-c. A. Drummond, i Swansea 1 (Killed). Sgt.-Mjr. J, Gilbert, 1 Skewen (Killed). I I Pte. Geo, Thomas, Swansea (Killed). I Pte. G. M. Holloway, Britonferry (Killed). Pte. D. W. Hughes, Burryport (Killed). Pte. Jas. Nicholls, Skewen (Killed). 5,1 Pte. Wm. V. Evans, iW Aberavon f (Prisoner of War), Prince of Wales-road, ?nd v.as nue of thn I f ¡ first to joinaS?an?eaunit. Both were | eons of the late Mr. J. W. Green, of I Mes?re. Vivian and Y-?afod. 1 DIED OF WOUNDS, I News has hen received that Sgt. Wm. j Simms, formerly of Ciifwnwr, Han?T- felach. ha<s died of wounds. Prior to en- iLstment Sfr?t. Simms, who was a native of Littlehampton, Sussex, was employed hy Sir John T. D. Llewelyn, at Penller- gaer, for 12 years. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jenkins, 6. Mar- tell-street. Fforesttach. have received news that their youngest son, Riileuian James C. Jenkins, l/ondon Regiment, has I died of wounds. Prior to the war lie was employed as cashier at the G.P.O.. Glou- cester, having been promoted from swan-j sea in 1906. He had seen two years? active &€rvic€. The letter ?'inK tfic new contained striking tributes to deceased's qualities as a Soldier and a man. I DROWNED. 1 News has been received that David Thomas Price has been drowned at sea. He was 21 years of age, and lived at 20, Middleton-street, St. Thomas. 4 WOUNDED. 1 Mr. J. Thomas, Amman Stores, Am- manford, has had news that his son, Pte. W. E. Tl^mas, has been wounded. Pte. J. Morris, Railway-terrace, Ponty- berm, has been wounded in action, and is reported to be progressing slowly. Pte. T. Morris. Glamorgan Yeomanry, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Morris, Parli- street. Port Talbot, has been wounded in the foot in France. Sergt. John Eltryn Stephens, R.W.F., Stonyiand, Loughor, has been severely wounded in the thigh, and is at the Naval Hospital, Portsmouth. Sergt. Phill Morris, Weloh Regiment, The tJuay, Carmarthen, and brother ot the lute Sergt. Archie Morris, D.C.M., Welsh Regiment has been wounded. Mr. Jack Brader, Wind-street, Swansea, has just received news that his youngest brother, Pte. Aubrey Brader, New Zca- j lan M.G.B., has been gassed in France Rifleman Sidney Williams (20). London Rangers, son of the late Mr. Henry W 11- lianis, contractor, and Mrs. Williams. Bryncelyn, has been wounded by a shell in the forearm. Pte. Curtis Tobias, High-street, Gorse- inou, has been seriously wounded in both legs, and is now in hospital at JUanohes- j ter. Prior to the war he worked at the sheet Mills 'Gorseinon. Driver Esaiah Bevan, youngest eon of Mr. Edward Bevan, colliery proprietor, Trebanos, is suffering from a wound on the cheek received through being strucK by a piece of shrapnel. Pte. Ritchie Cook, son of Mr. Joe Cook, Mill-road, Ammanford, has been wounded in the lelt hand, and is now in hospital in Bristol. Prior to going to France he was eergt.-instructor at kinmel Park. Mr. and Mis. Wm. Thomas Evans, New-road, Trebanos, have been notified that their son, Pte. David Evans, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, has been wounded in the recent lighting, and is now 111 hospital. Vto. David Griffiths, Wiltshire Regi- ment, formerly headmaster ot the Llan- •iilo-Talybont (N.-P.) Schools, Po/ntardu- lais, but who is now serving with the In- dian Expeditionary Force, is again in hospital. Lce.-cpl. Morgan Davies, son of Mr. and Mrs. IVin. Davies, 9ti, Cwm Level- road, Landore,. has been wounded a second time while serving with a Welsh Regi- ment in France. He is 25 years of age, and single. News has just been received by Mrs. Screech, of 21. Delhi-street, St. Thomas, that her husband, Pte. Screech, is lyinj seriously wounded in hospital, and isstill in France. lie is suffering from a severe shrapnel wound in the right shoulder. News has been received by the relatives of Pte. S. G. Thomas, Machine-gun Co., I o,? Ilte. ;S. (,. that he was wounded in the right arm on September 1st, 191,8. He is now at Keigh- lov Hospital, Yorkshire. He has four other brothers serving, one being in the Navy. Mr. W. A. Burnett, St. Alban's-roa^, Swansea, ha; been notified that his sou, Cecil K. Burnett, ot the London Scottish, is in hospital with wounds in legs and aims and heud, from bomb splinters. He was a student at the Swansea Technical College. News has been received that Lée.pl. F. G. I"wr, of 1, Park-street, Mumbles, has been -wounded in the leg, with the result that Itl had to be amputated below the knee. lie i6 now lying in a military hospital near Blackburn. Rosser has been wounded on two previous occasions, Mr. Arthur Evans, solicitor, Neath, has been officially informed that his brother, Pte. Sidney Evans, Welsh Heguuent, of Eastland-road, has been admitted to hOh-¡ pital at Bristol badly wounded. Another brother served through the Dardanelles campaign, and a brother-in-law is a -Mous hero. Mrs. Bushell, Company-row, Dunvant, has received news tLat ner husband, Sgt. S. Busheil, has arrived at a military hos- pital in England suffering from wounds iu lace and right sUouMlu. oergt. JJUsn- ell haa seen much lighting, particularly at Mametz Wood (1916) and Pilkeu Rulge (1317). Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, Wuunllies- tau, Bonymaen, have received news that their son, Pte. Dauiel John Thomas, has been wounded in action. He is sullering from a bullet wound in the chest and leg, and is in hospital in Leicester. He is 20 years ot .age, and prior to enlisting worked at the Aber Tinplate Works, Llaosamiet. Information has been received that Pte. J. Ryan, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, whose home is at 2-1, Margam-terrace, Port Talbot, had been wounded -in the head in France, and is now at St. George's Hospital, London. He was for- merly employed at Port Talbot Docks, and is well known in the Aberavon dis- trict. Mr. and Mrs. L. Thomas, of 60, Wern- road, Port Tennant, have received infor- mation from the War Office that their son, Pte. Thomas Thomas, of the Ches- hire Regiment, has been severely wounded and is in hospital in Rouen. He is 19 years of age, and has been wounded twice. Prior to enlisting he was employed at the English Crown Spelter Works. Newe has been received at Garnant that Pte. Teddie Hamer, son of Mr. and Mrs. R Hamer, Coronation-road, Garnant, has been wounded in France, and is now lying in hospital at Shrewsbury. He was wounded with a machine-gun bullet in the right leg. Befor.) enlisting he was em- ployed at the Amman Tinplate Works, Garnant. He is 19 years of age. Notification has been received from the War Office. bv Mr. Sidney Palmer, con- fectioner. Oxford-street, Swansea, that his eon. Liout. F. C. Palmer, Welah Regi- ment, had noon gassed and wounded on Friday last while assisting in carrying away a wounded colonel. Mr. Palmer's eldest eon. Lieut. Bert Palmer, who has been twice wounded, is returning to France. News has been received by Mrs. Wat- kins, 13, Crown-etreet, Morriston, that Jier son, Pte. T. Watkine. Welsh Regi- mnt. has been wounded in the (lip and leg by shrapnel, and is now in AospitaJ in France. He is 22 year6 of age, and joined at tie outbreak of war, and has been in France since October, 1914. Pre- vious to joining bo was employed at the rorest. Tinplate Works. His brother, Pte. E. J. Watkins, who was with the same regiment, was killed in action in April, 1917. Pte. Dewi J. Davies, Cheshire Regi- ment. isi officially reported wounded, suff- ering from ?muhut wounds in the left leg, ri?hL cheek, and neck (.s?crc). He is.nuw hi hospital in France. He is the oiily son ot Mr. James U. Da vies. engineering de- partment, Graig MerlhJr CuUicry, P<m- tarduiaib. and of Mrs. Davic8, islwyn, Aberayron, CardigHDshire. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rowlands, Jersey- road, Bonymaen, have received a wire from the War Office informing them that their son, Pte. Frank S. Rowlands, lias been dangerously wounded in the head and neck, and is at present in the Aus- tralian General Hospital, Rouen. He is 21 years of age, and before the war worked at the Dillwyn Spelter Works. Mrs. Bert lloskins, of Cae Bauel, Kil- lay, has been informed that her husband, Driver Bert lloskins, has been admitted into a Loudon hospital with his leg broken in two places. Driver lloskins who formerly lived at 4, Pentremawr- road, Swansea, met with the accident in France when ho was in a particularly hot I corner of the fighting. "He was a well- known player with the Swansea United. IN GERMAN HANDS. I Mrs Francis, b. Cresceut-row, Llanelly, lia,, received a postcard from her son, Pte. Frank Francis, Itoval Welsh Fusiliers, stating that he is a prisoner of war in Germany. Vte. Willie V. Evans, third son of Mr. Thomas Evans, roll turner, Pontnewydd (Mon.), late of Llewelyn-street, Aber- avon, is a prisoner of war in Germany. Two brothers, Sydney and Haydn, have been killed. On Thursday, Mr. Tom Lewis, Alltiago- road, Pont-ardulais, received a letter from his son, Pte. Dd. Morgan Lewis, of the Welsh Regiment" stating that he wa^s-eafe ?nd sound, but a prison^j- of war in Ger- many/ Youn? Lewis has been musing aince May 30th, and yesterday's news v.as most welcome to his family. Ho was pre- viously engaged at the Cambria Tinplate Wrorkc, MISSING. I Pte. Willie Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Isaac Thomas, Park-street, Bryn- amman, wa-s reported recently as missing. A letter and postcard lias just reached his parents stating that he is a prisoner of war in Germany, and is alright. He is one of three brothers with the colours. Mr. Tom Hector Jones, Brynamman- road. Brynamman, has been informed that his brother.. Lieut. Dd. Joues. is offi- cially reported missing since Sept. 1st, 1918. Previous to joining the Army Lieut. Jones was a ministerial student at the Cardiff University, and had passed his Welsh Matriculation. He was a member of Siloam Church, Lower Brynamman, where ho was considered an aspiring preacher. I MISCELLANEOUS. I Mr. and Mrs. John Richards, of Heol Las, Llansamlet, have received official news that their grandson. Pte. Daniel J. Phillips, R.G.A., is lying seriously ill in France. Mrs. Thomas, of Enfield Cottage. Chapel-street, Mumbles, has received news from the Wrar Office that since her son. Pte. George Thomas, has miss- ing since October 10th, 1917.
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