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  • Patrick Molyeux's Grave, First World War

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The photo shows Patrick Molyneux's grave and unlike the other graves at Danygraig, Patrick was taken to St Woolos, Newport. He had been a Prisoner of War and contracted TB during his time in the First World War. He was taken to the hospital there but sadly didn't make it. Although he was from Co Jerry in Ireland, he had lodged at Kilvey, Swansea for many years.

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