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MILITARY
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Men and women of Fochriw and District serving in the armed forces during WW1
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The above names are probably only part of the total number who served in the armed forces, since no mention has been found of my grandfather David Saunders and Mr Ted Price both of Martin Street, who had both his legs amputated. I recall him sitting in the doorway of his house on fine days watching the world go by with his stumps just protruding over the threshhold. He was baptised at the Assemblies of God (Mission Hall) outdoor baptismal pool. To see a photograph of this please click HERE
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