Victoria Cross holder 'never forgotten'
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Victoria Cross holder 'never forgotten' on Anglesey

The only man from an Anglesey town to be awarded the Victoria Cross has been honoured with a commemorative stone.

Seaman William Williams was awarded the medal for his part in sinking a German U-boat during World War One on 7 June 1917.

The new stone was unveiled in Amlwch during a ceremony marking the centenary on Wednesday.

Chair of Anglesey County Council Councillor Richard Jones attended the service at Amlwch Port's park.

  • 07 Jun 2017
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