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Memorial Plaques was issued after the First World War to the next-of-kin of all British and Empire service personnel who were killed as a result of the war.
The plaques of 5” diameter were made of bronze, and popularly known as the "Dead Man’s Penny".
Jones, William
Lance Corporal16527 23/09/1916 age 35
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
United Kingdom
III. G. 25.
ESSEX FARM CEMETERY
Born 1880 in Oswestry. Son of William and Annie Jones, of Bryntirion Terrace, Criccieth; husband of Margaret E. Jones, of "Rhianva," Criccieth, Carnarvonshire. In 1911 census he is single living with his widowed mother Annie at 6 Bryntirion Terrace. Occupation Elementary School Teacher.

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