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Alban Davy Crompton

Private Alban Davy Crompton of Pantblodau

32528 1st & 5th Battalion, Prince of Wales Volunteers (South Lancs)

Born in 1899 Troedyraur, Brongest, Cardigan

Lived in Builth Wells before signing up

Parents David J (Farm worker) & Mary

The 1901 Cenus notes he had a sister,Mary 3, whereas he was aged 2, and a younger brother Edward aged 1.

Lived in Aberdulais, Troedyraur

In 1911 census has Alban registered as living in Newcastle Emlyn as at school and part-time messenger/worker for Enoch Davies

Died 12th April 1918, Flanders

Commonwealth War Graves Commission Memorial

Alban is also commemorated oin the Nazareth Chapel in Llangammarch