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During World War I, the body of an unknown and unnamed Royal Navy sailor was washed up on the beach close to Oxwich on the Gower peninsular, a little outside Swansea. He was laid to rest at St. Illtyd's church at Oxwich.
The inscription reads 'A Sailor Of The Great War, Royal Navy, 1st February 1916. Known Unto God'.

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