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PostSubject: 25B/778 Pte. Evan Williams    Sun Jul 08, 2018 5:52 pm

Family gravestone in the churchyard of St Mary Magdalene Church, Mawdlam, of 25B/778 Pte. Evan Williams 1/24th killed at Isandlwana - unfortunately the memorial has completely eroded but the Glamorgan Family History Society recorded the inscription in 1999:

JOHN WILLIAMS of this parish who died December 23 1853 aged 39 years
REES WILLIAMS, son of the above, who died 23 December 1853 aged 11 years
EVAN WILLIAMS son of the above who was killed at the battle of Isandula on January 22 [1879] aged 26 years
MARY WILLIAMS wife of JOHN WILLIAMS who died 186? aged 76 years.

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