The Llanddowror Roll of Honour Paperback – 12 Mar 2017
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About the Author
Steven David John was born and bred in Laugharne, a historical Township made famous by the poet Dylan Thomas. After being educated at Laugharne and Whitland Grammar School, I trained as a mechanical engineer at the Royal Aircraft Establishment, Aberporth. I have since worked in the dairy and healthcare sectors, before moving to Shropshire to work for a well known German yoghurt producer, and due to my move have retired from my hobby of playing rugby for Laugharne. This freeing up of my spare time led me into the world of military research, and I have since set up a website detailing my research on of the war memorials in West Wales, have self published several books on local war memorials, and have had my first book, 'Carmarthen Pals' published by Pen & Sword.
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I knew about one of my ancestors mentioned and was highly delighted when I discovered an entry for an uncle13 November 2016
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A very interesting book. I knew about one of my ancestors mentioned and was highly delighted when I discovered an entry for an uncle. The entry stated where he was born in the Llanddowror area which has added greatly to my family history research information.
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