1914/15 Star, British War and Victory Medals, all officially impressed as
3203, Driver Gwilym Davies, Royal Field Artillery.
Gwilym was the Son of Jared and Catherine Davies, of 25, Union Buildings, Llanelli.
The Division landed at Boulogne on 31 May 1915, and took over the line at Ploegsteert Wood.
By June they were in position at the Somme, and attacked Ovillers on 2 July.
They fought at Poziéres and Le Transloy before being moved to the Arras area during October, 1916, where they fought in the March 1917 Battle of Arras, taking part in the First Battle of the Scarpe, and the Battle of Arleux.
Gwilym died during the Battle of Arleux, on 13 May 1917.
He is buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, France.