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A BLOO D-STAINED TUNIC

Janet M Neilson knew little about the service of a relative who died during the First World War until a visit to The National Archives at Kew revealed a story played out for so many families across the land

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William Llewelyn Owen (above) and pictured top with his family. Front row, from left are: wife Violet, sister Gladys, mother Emily and sister Florence. Back row, with William centre in uniform, are his brother Ernest (left) and father David

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William Llewelyn Owen (born 18 June 1888, Swansea), died 12 June 1918, buried in St Sever Cemetery, Rouen. Second Lieutenant attached to the 4th Battalion of the King’s Shropshire Light Infantry

William’s gravestone in St Sever Cemetery, Rouen, France, with a wreath laid by Janet during a visit
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