Wars Last Goodbyes
Individual Record

Brecon Cemetery

Inscription

In

Loving memory

Of

David J. Davies

Member of the Vol. Active

Service Company S.W.B.

Who on his return from

South Africa

After a short illness

Died at Brecon Jan 2nd 1901

Aged 24 years

Also of

Charles Davies

Who died at Section Hospital

Mhow C. India

Aug 3rd 1916 Aged 24 years

Place of Inscription

Brecon Cemetery

Brecknockshire

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Charles

Davies

1892

Brecon, Brecknockshire

3rd August 1916

Died from sickness in Section Hospital, Mhow, India

24

Mhow New Cemetery, India

First World War

Private

1st/1st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers

His brother David served overseas in the Boer War and died from the effects of war service in Brecon in 1901

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First World War

Percy Alexander

Coombe

1st/1st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers

Davies

First World War

Charles

Davies

1st/1st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers

Davies

Boer War

David James

Davies

1st Volunteer Battalion South Wales Borderers

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Coombe

First World War

Percy Alexander

Coombe

1st/1st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers

Davies

First World War

Charles

Davies

1st/1st Brecknockshire Battalion South Wales Borderers

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