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Jehoida Daniels
Age: 30
Rank: Private
Regti. No.: 85937
1914-1915 Star Medal Ribbon Victory Medal Ribbon British War Medal Ribbon
Regiment: Army Service Corps/8th Battalion King's (Liverpool Reg.)
Medals: 1914-1915 Star, Victory, British War

Jehoida Daniels, collier, youngest son of Mrs Catherine Hughes of Rhiw Syr Dafydd and the late John Daniels, and probably husband of Margaret, initially joined the Army Service Corps, but later transferred to the 8th Battalion King's (Liverpool Regiment). He arrived in France in April 1915. In September 1918 the battalion was part of 57th Division which was stationed southeast of Arras and fought in Haig's 100 Day Offensive. On 11 September the division captured part of the village of Moeuvres, west of Cambrai. Private J Daniels (85937) was killed in action 11 September 1918, aged 30, and is buried in Moeuvres Communal Cemetery

Additional information taken from the Army Registers of Soldiers' Effects, 1901-1929

Jehoida's widow Margaret M, received pay of £9 7s and 9d and gratuity of £16.

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