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  • Crosshands Cross

    WM Ref: 6810 Address: MEMORIAL GARDEN, Crosshands, Llanelli, Dyfed, Wales

    LATIN CROSS OF STONE ON TAPERING PILLAR. PILLAR SURMOUNTS STONE PLINTH WHICH BEARS INSCRIPTION. PLINTH STANDS ON THREE STEPPED BASE.

  • 3rd Officer K Miller

    WM Ref: 6976 Address: ST PADARNS CHURCH, Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Dyfed, Wales

    BIBLE REST

  • St Marys Church Parishioners WW1

    WM Ref: 64686 Address: St Marys Church, Llanfaironllwyn, Ceredigion, Dyfed, SA44 5NJ, Wales

    Marble tablet with dedicatory inscription, on a black background.

  • Llandovery Serviceman

    WM Ref: 6816 Address: CENTRE OF MAIN STREET, Broad St, Llandovery, Dinefwr, Dyfed, Wales

    FIGURE OF SOLDIER STANDING TO ATTENTION WITH HEAD BOWED AND RIFLE REVERSED IN MOURNING POSE, ON STONE PLINTH AND STEPPED BASE

  • St Davids

    WM Ref: 6827 Address: Garden of Remembrance, Cross Square, St Davids, Preseli Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, SA62 6SE, Wales

    WHEEL CROSS OF STONE SET ON TAPERING STONE SHAFT. CROSS SURMOUNTS SQUARE STONE PLINTH. WHOLE STANDS ON SIX STEPPED BASE OF ROUGH HEWN STONES.

  • Llanarth District WW2 Roll Of Honour

    WM Ref: 50019 Address: MEMORIAL HALL, Llanarth, Ceredigion, Dyfed, Wales

    BRASS PLAQUE

  • Russian Cannon (lost)

    WM Ref: 64653 Address: Centre of road in front of TWF Crimea Memorial, Lammas St, Carmarthen, Carmarthen, Dyfed, SA31 3AY, Wales

    Russian gun

  • Presbyterian Church

    WM Ref: 64747 Address: Rossitors Undertakers, Old Rectory House, The Norton, Tenby, South Pembrokeshire, Dyfed, SA70 8AB, Wales

    White marble tablet with a bevelled lower edge, plain flanking pilasters and a stepped cornice. Above this is a three part triangular pediment, bearing a patee cross within a wreath, in relief top centre. The inscription is incised. Mounted on a black...

  • Llandovery College Old Boys - WW1

    WM Ref: 64768 Address: In the Chapel, Llandovery College, Llandovery, Dinefwr, Dyfed, SA20 0EE, Wales

    Nowy headed wooden board with raised carved edging. At top centre Welsh emblem, with Welsh inscription surrounding it. Dedicatory inscription with names listed in three columns.

  • Capt H M Vaughan

    WM Ref: 64743 Address: St Cynllo Church, Llangoedmor, Ceredigion, Dyfed, SA43 2LH, Wales

    Marble tablet with dedicatory inscription, surmounted by a sculpted sphinx. Above the sphinx at centre a bugle hanging from a ribbon. To left and right spears covered by drapery. At cenre base a regimental shield. All placed on a dark stone background.

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