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The Experiences of Women in World War One

A collection of information, experiences and photographs recorded by Women's Archive of Wales in 2014-18

A collection of information, experiences and photographs recorded by Women's Archive of Wales in 2014-18

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Mary Ann Holland (née ?)

Place of birth: Talywain ?

Service: Storewoman, WRAF

Notes: Mrs Holland was demobilised from the WRAF in October 1919, when she was 30 years old. Her work was described as ‘very good’. She enrolled and worked in London, and was married, though we do not know her maiden name. Her name appears on the Roll of Honour at Pisgah Chapel, Talywain.

Reference: WaW0292

Demobilisation certificate for Mary Ann Holland, 17th October 1919.

Discharge certificate

Demobilisation certificate for Mary Ann Holland, 17th October 1919.

Mrs M A Holland’s name on the Roll of Honour at Pisgah Chapel, Talywain.

Roll of Honour

Mrs M A Holland’s name on the Roll of Honour at Pisgah Chapel, Talywain.


Caroline Jackson Davies

Place of birth: Llandovery

Service: Chief section leader Cook: , WRNS, 22/05/1918

Death: 1918-10-26, Carmarthen, illness/salwch

Notes: aged 22. Buried at Llandingat

Sources: http://www.wwwmp.co.uk/carmarthenshire-war-memorials/

Reference: WaW0005



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