I am researching men of Carmarthenshire, West Wales, who died in WW1, and there are 4 buried in Bangor Glanadda Cemetery. Private David Griffiths-Welsh Regt-Grave Ref. E. NG. 2297A. Private Anne Hughes-Auxiliary Territorial Service-Grave Ref. West new ground. Grave 741. Private John McCarthy-Welsh Regt-Grave Ref. W. NP. 55. Private John Redding-Welsh Regt-Grave Ref. E. NG. 2346A. I am enquiring if someone with an interest in WW1 would be kind enough to e-mail me photographs of their graves if they don't mind. http://www.laugharnewarmemorial.co.uk
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