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D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.
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[Captain Alan Ralph Peel]

A half-length portrait of an officer in dress uniform displaying the collar badges of the South Wales Borderers. Identified as Captain Alan Ralph Peel of Taliaris, killed in action at Kosseoa, Cameroon on Nov 17th 1914. See West Wales War Memorial...

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Captain Alan Ralph Peel]

A half-length portrait of an officer in dress uniform displaying the collar badges of the South Wales Borderers. Identified as Captain Alan Ralph Peel of Taliaris, killed in action at Kosseoa, Cameroon on Nov 17th 1914. See West Wales War Memorial...

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Two soldiers, one a bandsman]

Full-length studio portrait of two privates, one in the uniform of a bandsman. The private in standard uniform is wearing the Imperial Service badge implying that he is a member of a territorial unit.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Two Bandsmen]

Studio portrait of two bandsmen, probably Pembroke Yeomanry. The bandsman standing is a corporal wearing what appears to be the King's South Africa Medal (no clasps).

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Sergeant, possibly Military Police]

Full-length studio portrait of a Sergeant with his rifle. His shoulder badge arrears to read 'Manchester' though his cap badge is reminiscent of the Military Police. Apart from a well-waxed moustache he is notable for a medal ribbon on h...

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

[Private, Welsh Regiment]

Half-length studio portrait of a private in the Welsh Regiment. As this soldier's uniform has no embellishments and the economy service tunic without pleat in the breast pockets the implication is that this portrait dates from c.1916.

D C Harries, Rhosmaen Street, Llandilo.

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