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Kenneth Davies was born near Blackwood in 1930 and at the age of 17yrs enlisted in the Army, serving in the 1st Battalion of the Welch Regiment, with whom he was a mechanic and driver. Part of his service with the Regiment was spent in Hong Kong where remarkably, he got to sing with Bob Hope and Angela Lansbury. After 6yrs of service, Kenneth went onto the Reserve until 1963 making it a total of 16yrs served in the Army. In civilian life, Kenneth was employed chiefly as a long-distance lorry driver until retirement and today lives in Llanelli.

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