Wythnos/Week 41: 11-17 Mai/May 1915

[English below]

Caiff y Gynnwr Moses Vaughan groeso adref am ychydig ddiwrnodau. Cyn dychwelyd drachefn i faes y gad, mae Mrs Fitzwilliams yn cyflwyno masg iddo i’w amddiffyn rhag y nwy.

Yng nghynhadledd Sir Aberteifi yn Aberystwyth, dymuna Gyrnol Hunter recriwtio mwy o filwyr, gan fod yr Arglwydd Raglaw’n dweud fod yr holl wŷr oedd yn barod i ymrestru wedi gwneud hynny eisoes.

Derbynia Tom Davies, Cwmcou lythyr o ddiolch am barsel a Beibl, a daw’r newyddion i Ddyffryn Aeron bod Capten Charles Vaughan wedi marw ar faes y gad yn y Dardanelles.

Gunner Moses Vaughan is welcomed home for a few days. On leaving again for the front he is presented by Mrs Fitzwilliams with a patent respirator to combat poisonous gas.

At the Cardiganshire conference held in Aberystwyth Colonel Hunter wishes to secure more recruits as according to the Lord-lieutenant all the willing men have enlisted.

A letter of thanks for a parcel and a Bible is received from Tom Davies, Cwmcoy and news of the death of Captain Charles Vaughan in the fighting in the Dardenelles reaches the Vale of Aeron.

[Rhowch glic ar luniau i’w gwneud yn fwy / Click images to enlarge]

Colledigion / Casualties

13 Mai/May 1915

John Jones, of Aberaeron, aged 40.  Seaman, Royal Navy Reserve.

James Alexander Logan Stewart, of Alltyrody, Llandysul, aged 22.  Lieutenant, Rifle Brigade.

John Anelay, resided in Bridge Street, Lampeter, aged 36. Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant.

 

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