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Seven Sisters (Blaendulais) Auxiliary Unit Patrol

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This page was last updated at 6:55am on 23/11/13

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Seven Sisters (Welsh: Blaendulais: source of the (river) Dulais) is a village in the Dulais Valley, Wales,  It lies 10 miles (16 km) north-east of Neath.  Seven Sisters falls in the Port Talbot county borough.  Originally West Glamorganshire



No 20 GLAMORGAN to PEMBROKE – Groups: 1. Glamorgan.  2. Glamorgan.  3 Carmarthenshire. 4. Pembrokeshire.

The patrol was part of GLAMORGAN GROUP 1: which consisted of four Patrols: SKEWEN, PONT-NEATH-VAUGHAN, SEVEN SISTERS, CYMER, patrols.

Group commander of these Patrols was Captain C.H. Young who was assisted by Lieut  O.G. Knight



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Sgt. F. Woozley                       
Cpl. D.J. Morgan                     
Pte. W. Williams                      
Pte. V. Lloyd                            
Pte. W. Davies                          
Pte. I. Price                                
Pte. C. Price 
Pte. Jenkins

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Unknown, but it is assumed that they had the standard weapons and explosives issued to all patrols.

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TNA WO199/3389.

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