Edwin Prytherch

EDWIN PRYTHERCH

This biography was written by Victoria Doran.

Edwin Prytherch was a single man who enlisted shortly before conscription was introduced, survived 2 years service in France, but died of his wounds in a German War Hospital in France in 1918. His surname is of Welsh origin.

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Edwin Prytherch

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Percy Reginald Owen

PERCY REGINALD OWEN

This biography was written by Victoria Doran.

Percy was the only one of our local men that I know of who served in the Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry. Another promising life cut short at the age of 21.

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Oxford & Bucks Light Infantry cap badge

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Albert Morton Monks

ALBERT MORTON MONKS

This biography was written by Victoria Doran.

Although Albert Morton Monks never lived in the area and is not recorded on any British War Memorial, he was included on the list in the Deeside Advertiser of August 1922 published when the Grange Hill War Memorial was unveiled. He has turned out to have led an interesting life.

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Cap badge of the 29th Vancouver Battalion of the Canadian Army

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