Kidwelly war memorial

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Kidwelly war memorial

This war memorial commemorates men from the local area who died in the First and Second World Wars. To read details of the local war dead, including many who are not named on the memorial, choose a category below.

The details provided here are summaries of research carried out by Steven John. To read his complete accounts of Kidwelly’s war dead, click here.

Among those named on the memorial are three brothers, David, Samuel and William Hughes, who were all killed in less than a year of each other during the First World War. Also named is Royal Marine Delwyn Davies, one of 79 men who drowned near St Ann’s Head after a pair of landing craft were denied refuge from a storm at Fishguard Harbour in 1943.

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First World War (A-J)
First World War (K-Z)
Second World War

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