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  • Criccieth. Returning Prisoners of War 1918

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The article reports the return of three prisoners of war
H.Thomas Criccieth
Robert Thomas Criccieth
Tom Pugh Jones Llanystumdwy.

They are said to be in fairly good condition.

Sadly, Robert Thomas the Criccieth policeman’s son was suffering having worked in the salt mines at the Langen Salza camp in Germany and died two years later in 1920

His name is commemorated on the boards at the Memorial Hall and his family grave.

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