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Cerrig-y-Drudion War Memorial

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mbriscoe

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Cerrig-y-Drudion War Memorial

SH 95388 48802

Listed Grade II

 

 

 

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Steven Broomfield

Lovely. We need a translator

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seaJane

I think it's something like "A remembrance from the people of Cerrig-y-Drudion in admiration and respect of the bravery of their sons who fell in the Great War."

 

Apart from rhyfel mawr and meibion I didn't know any of that, but have put it together from an online translator.

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mbriscoe

The first seven names returned then there is line to say that the last four names fell from what I gather using an online translator.

 

Quite a lot more Welsh memorials to come so keep the Welsh dictionary handy!

 

 

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asanewt
Posted (edited)

First seven "fell" last died "because/as a result" of their service in the Great War

Edited by asanewt

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