Honorouble Discharge Certificate - WWI

Contributed by Huw Daniel

Honorouble Discharge Certificate - WWI

During World War One when members of the forces were honourably discharged, they were presented with an official government certificate as proof to avoid being presented with a "White Feather" for cowardice.

This certificate was awarded to Private Francis T. Lock of Nantymoel, Ogmore Valley.

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