Bangor War Memorial FWW (T-Z)

Bangor War Memorial FWW (T-Z)

The following people from the Bangor area died in active service in the First World War. Our thanks to Adrian Hughes for help with the research. Where shown, click this icon for more details. Extra page icon

  • Ernest Theibert, Driver 33314. Died 01/11/1918. Age 33. Royal Field Artillery "D" Bty. 282nd Bde. Buried at Ramillies British Cemetery. Son of Benoist and Jane Theibert, of "The Waterloo", Bangor. Son of Benoist and Jane Theibert, of the Waterloo Inn, Bangor. Joined RFA in August 1914 but was later rejected for poor eyesight. He persevered and was accepted again.
  • Charles Thomas, Private 35651. Died 26/08/1916. Age 19. South Wales Borderers 1st Bn. Buried at Peake Wood Cemetery, Fricourt. Son of Hugh and Mary Hugh Thomas, of 294 Carnarvon Rd, Bangor.
  • David Thomas, Private 203441. Died 18/09/1918. Age 31. Welsh Regiment 11th Bn. Buried at Doiran Military Cemetery. Son of Richard and Catherine Thomas, of Hen-Barc, Llanllechid, Bangor. Not named on Bangor war memorial.
  • H Thomas, Private 9787. Died 27/05/1915. Age 27. Welsh Regiment 1st Bn. Buried at St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen. Son of Owen and Margaret Thomas, of "Ty Gwyn", Aber Rd, Bangor.
  • Henry Thomas, Gunner 114597. Died 04/04/1918. Age 26. Royal Garrison Artillery 11th Siege Bty. Buried at St Souplet British Cemetery. Son of Robert and Ellen Thomas, of Pant-y-Gwair, Halfway Bridge, Bangor.
  • Hugh Thomas, Private 33637. Died 02/08/1917. Age 23. South Wales Borderers 8th Bn. Buried at Doiran Military Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Thomas, of 294 Carvon Rd, Glanadda, Bangor.
  • Hugh Thomas, Sapper WR/289716. Died 01/12/1918. Age 41. Royal Engineers, Railway Troops Depot. Buried at Ramleh War Cemetary. Son of Owen Thomas, of Pen Parc, Malltraeth, Anglesey; husband of Mary E Thomas, of 26 Belmont St, Euston Rd, Bangor. Died in the Middle East after two attacks of dysentry.
  • Hugh Robert Thomas, Private G/26412. Died 27/08/1916. Age 23. South Wales Borderers 4th Bn. Buried at Amara War Cemetery.Son of John and Margery Thomas, of 13 Crescent, Upper Bangor, Bangor.
  • Owen Samuel Thomas, Deck Hand 2813SD. Died 08/03/1916. Age 26. Royal Naval Reserve HM Drifter Enterprise II. Commemorated at Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of the late Robert and Elizabeth Thomas, of Orme Rd, Bangor.
  • Richard Thomas, Private 28728. Died 24/11/1917. Age 19. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 19th Bn. Commemorated at Cambrai Memorial, Louverval. Son of Robert and Catherine Thomas, of 326 Carnarvon Rd, Bangor.
  • Samuel Thomas, Gunner 334680. Died 31/10/1917. Age 41. Royal Garrison Artillery 295th Siege Bty. Buried at The Huts Cemetery. Husband of Elizabeth Catherine Thomas, of 65 Caellepa, Bangor.
  • Thomas Thomas, Corporal 32796. Died 19/11/1917. Age 23. Welsh Regiment 16th Bn. Buried at Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres. Son of William and Elizabeth Thomas, of 37 Friars Rd, Bangor.
  • Thomas John Thomas, Naval Schoolmaster M/6207. Died 31/05/1916. Age 25. Royal Navy, HMS Defence. Commemorated at Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of John and Margery Thomas, of Bangor. Educated at the National and Friars schools and University College of North Wales, Bangor, gaining a BSc. Was a master on training ship HMS Impregnable before becoming supervisor on four warships. Killed when HMS Defence was sunk in the Battle of Jutland.
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  • William John Thomas, Lance Corporal 290488. Died 15/04/1917. Age 28. Welsh Regiment 1st/7th Bn. Buried at Bangor (Glanadda) Cemetery. Son of W Gray and Elizabeth Thomas, of 4 St. Paul's Terrace, Bangor.
  • Robert George Thomson, Private 4638. Died 02/11/1914. Age 32. 1st (Royal) Dragoons. Buried at Llandegai (St. Tegai) Churchyard. Son of William and Janet Thomson, of Capel Ogwen, Penrhyn Park, Bangor. Served in South Africa in the Boer War, receiving the Queen’s Medal with five clasps. Stationed in India before leaving the army to join Liverpool City Police. Rejoined his regiment when war broke out and received the Mons Star Medal in 1914.
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  • Frederick Tottey (F Tottie on Commemorated at), Serjeant 310275. Died 17/02/1919. Age 42. Royal Garrison Artillery 48th (Caernarvon) Heavy Bty. Buried at Bangor (Glanadda) Cemetery. Son of Joseph and Mary Tottey; husband of Elizabeth Tottey, of 2 Roberts Terrace, Garth, Bangor. Born at West Kirby, Cheshire.
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  • Samuel Tunley, Corporal 14597. Died 15/03/1915. The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 4th Bn. Commemorated at Le Touret Memorial.
  • James Trevor Crawley Vincent, Second Lieutenant. Died 09/05/1915. Age 19. Welsh Regiment 2nd Bn. Buried at St Vaast Post Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L'avoue. Son of Sir Hugh Corbet Vincent andLady Bronwen Adelaide Vincent, of Bronwydd, Treborth, Bangor. Educated at Oswestry and Rugby schools, and University College of North Wales, Bangor.
  • William John Walford, Gunner 113029. Died 26/11/1917. Royal Garrison Artillery 301st Siege Bty. Buried at Bangor (Glanadda) Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Walford of Dean St, Bangor; husband of Mrs Walford of 208 Caernarvon Rd, Bangor. Won a prize for recitation at the National Eisteddfod in Bangor in 1915.soldier icon
  • M Ward, Lance Corporal 1075. Died 20/02/1915. Age 24. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1st/6th Bn. Buried at Bangor (Glanadda) Cemetery. Son of John and Jane Ward, of 413 Carnarvon Rd, Bangor.
  • J Waring, Serjeant 21219. Died 18/09/1918. Age 26. South Lancashire Regiment 9th Bn. Commemorated at Doiran Memorial. Son of Mrs Parkes, of 11 Hamer St, St. Helens, Lancs; husband of Elizabeth Waring, of 27, Tabernacle St, Bangor.
  • Arthur Edward Crowther Wilkinson, Private 43959. Died 28/02/1917. Age 36. Royal Welsh Fusiliers "B" Coy. 10th Bn. Buried at Faubourg D'amiens Cemetery, Arras.Son of Sgt Major George Wilkinson and Maria Wilkinson; husband of Margaret Wilkinson, of 6 Union Rd, Glanadda, Bangor. Brother of Herbert, below.
  • Herbert Crowther Wilkinson, Gunner 30282. Died 07/11/1918. Age 34. Royal Garrison Artillery 187th Siege Bty. Buried at Dottignies Communal Cemetery. Awarded the Croix de Guerre (France). Son of Sgt Major GWC Wilkinson, RMA, of Bangor.
  • Alfred Tudor Williams, Driver, Saddler, T/25963. Died 24/08/1914. Age 29. Army Service Corps 2nd Div. Train. Buried at Bachant Communal Cemetery. Son of Robert and Gwendoline Williams, of 38 Well St, Bangor.
  • Albert Victor Williams, Motor Mechanic MB/2926. Died 16/08/1920. Age 24. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve HMS Victory. Buried at Llanmerewig (St. Llwchaiarn) Churchyard. Son of the Edward Benjamin and Mary Jane Williams, of the School House, Abermule; husband of Margaret I Williams, of Dinwoodie, Bangor.
  • Albert Wynn Williams, Second Engineer. Died 19/07/1917. Age 47. Mercantile Marine SS Eloby (Liverpool). Commemorated at Tower Hill Memorial. Son of David Wynn Williams, and the late Emily Williams; husband of Mary Ellen Williams (nee Burns), of 7 York Rd, Seacombe, Cheshire. Born in Bangor.soldier icon
  • David Williams, Private 172327. Died 08/10/1916. Age 24. Canadian Infantry 3rd Bn. Buried at Adanac Military Cemetery, Miraumont. Son of Mr and Mrs John Williams, of 489 Carnarvon Rd, Bangor.
  • David Williams, Private 15225. Died 02/04/1916. Age 32. Royal Welsh Fusiliers "C" Coy. 10th Bn. Buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord. Son of Edward and Catherine Williams. Husband of Sophia Ellen Williams, of Ty Uchaf, Tregarth, Bangor. Emigrated to Canada before the war.
  • David Richard Williams. Private 2682. Died 15/08/1915. Age 21. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1st/6th Bn. Commemorated at Helles Memorial. Brought up with his cousin, Mrs Owen of 260 Caernarvon Road, Bangor. Wounded after landing at Gallipoli and died on board the hospital ship HMHS Salta.
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  • H Williams, Private 32979. Died 10/11/1918. Age 49. Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) 14th Bn. transf. to (262545) Northern Command Labour Centre Labour Corps. Buried at Ripon Cemetery. Son of Hugh Williams, of 11 William St, Bangor, and of Elizabeth Williams (stepmother).
  • Hugh Williams, Third Engineer. Died 17/05/1917. Age 58. Mercantile Marine SS Kilmaho (Cardiff). Commemorated at Tower Hill Memorial. Son of the late John and Agnes Williams. Born in Bangor.
  • Hugh Harris Williams, Private 70621. Died 14/05/1917. Age 34. The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 13th Bn. Buried at Bangor (Glanadda) Cemetery. Son of William and Elizabeth Williams, of 10 Strand St, Bangor.Fell ill soon after reaching France, and died at Halifax Military Hospital.
  • J Williams, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery.
  • John James Williams, Lance Corporal 302431. Died 09/10/1918. Age 29. Manchester Regiment 17th Bn. Buried at Hautmont Communal Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Richard Williams of 4 Penchwintan Terrace, Bangor. Was captured soon after reaching the front in March 1917. Died of diphtheria as a prisoner of war.
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  • J R Williams, Private 12592. Died  23/04/1917. Age 36. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 2nd Bn. Buried at Heninel Communal Cemetery Extension. Son of Robert and Elizabeth Williams, of Bryn, Llandegai, Bangor, Not named on Bangor war memorial.
  • Kelyth Pierce Lloyd Williams, Lieutenant. Died 17/10/1916. Age 21. Son of Dr and Mrs W Lloyd O Williams of Cae’r Onnen, Upper Bangor. Educated at Towyn and Shrewsbury schools, at the University College of North Wales, Bangor, and Clare College, Cambridge. Buried at Marne British Cemetery, France.
  • Owen Williams, Private 204089. Died 03/05/1918. Age 33. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 16th Bn. Buried at St Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen. Son of Mary Williams, of 34 Tan-y-Bwlch Rd, Llanllechid, Bangor,
  • Owen J Williams, Private 75019. Died 28/04/1919. Age 28. The King's (Liverpool Regiment) transferred to (51459) 86th Coy. Labour Corps. Buried at Marcinelle New Communal Cemetery. Son of John and Jane Williams, of "Gaeau-Gleision," Rhiwlas, Bangor; husband of Ellen Williams, of Trosgol Farm, Ebenezer, Carnarvon.
  • Peter Williams, Second Lieutenant. Died 13/11/1916. Age 23. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 10th Bn. Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial. Son of Daniel and Hannah Margaret Williams, of 320 Watery Lane, Sutton, St Helens, Lancs. Raised by his grandfather, Richard Jones of 16 James St, Bangor. Educated at St Paul’s School, Bangor and the County School, Bethesda. Was studying for a degree in electrical engineering at Bangor when war broke out and he joined the army.
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  • Robert Williams, Private 28566. Died 18/10/1916. Age 21. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 19th Bn. Buried at Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe. Son of Robert and Mary Ryna Williams, of 254 Caernarvon Rd, Bangor.
  • Robert Williams, Stoker 1st Class 307300. Died 23/12/1917. Age 32. Royal Navy, HMS Surprise. Commemorated at Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of William Meredith Williams, of Bangor; husband of Margaret Williams, of 5 Garth Hill, Bangor.
  • Robert Williams, Steward. Died 05/10/1918. Age 43. Mercantile Marine, SS Heathpark (Greenock). Commemorated at Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Robert and Jane Williams; husband of Esther Williams, of 1 Penchwintan Terrace, Bangor. Born at Port Dinorwic.
  • R Williams, Bombardier 310077. Died 26/06/1917. Age 23. Royal Garrison Artillery 1st/1st (Carnarvon) Bty. Buried at Chocques Military Cemetery. Brother of Margaret E Bamber, of Coed Alun, Madoc St, Llandudno. Native of Bangor.
  • RB Williams, Gunner 310203. Died 25/06/1917. Royal Garrison Artillery 1st/1st (Carnarvon) Bty. Buried at Chocques Military Cemetery.
  • Rodric Mathafarn Williams, Captain. Died 12/08/1917. Age 23. Royal Flying Corps 32nd Sqdn. and Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Commemorated at Arras Flying Services Memorial. Son of Elizabeth Williams, of Trenton Lodge, Stoney Gate Rd, Leicester, and Dr Richard Williams of Pen-Bre, Bangor.
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  • Sam Marshall Williams, Sapper 181935. Died 13/10/1918. Age 22. Royal Engineers 2nd Wireless Signal Coy. Buried at Tehran War Cemetery. Son of William and Catherine Ellen Williams, of 65 Orme Rd, Bangor.
  • Thomas Glyn (or Glynne) Williams, Private 54687. Died 02/08/1917. Age 33. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 16th Bn. Commemorated at Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Son of Thomas and Mary Williams of 33 Greenfield Terrace, West End, Bangor, and Thomas Williams. Educated at Friars School and the university in Bangor, where he gained a BA in French. Before the war he taught French at Moreton House School, Cardiff.
  • Thomas Jones Williams, Donkeyman. Died 26/02/1917. Age 43. Mercantile Marine, SS Algiers (London). Commemorated at Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Thomas and Jane Williams; husband of Mary Williams (nee Prytharch), of 30 Foundry St, Bangor, or of 23 Fair View Road, Bangor. Born in Glan Conwy.
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  • William Carter Williams, Private G/17477. Died 19/09/1918. Age 19. The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) 7th Bn. Commemorated at Vis-En-Artois Memorial. Son of Owen Thomas Williams and Fanny Williams, of 68 Orme Rd, Bangor. Worked at Post Office Savings Bank, London, before joining the army in November 1917.
  • WG Williams, Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery.
  • William Williams, Lance Bombardier, 310070. Died 27/04/1918. Age 24. Royal Garrison Artillery 1st/1st (Welsh) Bty. Buried at Haringhe (Bandaghem) Military Cemetery. Husband of Mary Williams, of 48 Ambrose St, Hirael, Bangor.
  • William Williams, Gunner 310475. Died 02/02/1919. Royal Garrison Artillery "X" (Caernarvon) Bty. Buried at Bangor (Glanadda) Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Jeremiah Williams of 14 Water St, Bangor. He was working as a blacksmith when war broke out, and he moved to Brymbo steelworks, Wrexham. Died of pneumonia.
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  • William John Williams, Private 1637. Died 21/08/1915. Age 19. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1st/6th Bn. Commemorated at Helles Memorial. Son of John and Annie Williams, of 18 Frondeg St, Bangor. Killed at Mametz Wood.
  • William John Williams, Private 19085. Died 10/07/1916. Age 26. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 16th Bn. Pier and Face 4 A. Commemorated at Thiepval Memorial. Son of John and Mary Williams, of 11 Union St, Bangor.
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  • Thomas Barron Winter, Second Lieutenant. Died 22/04/1918. Age 19. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 13th Bn. Buried at Bouzincourt Ridge Cemetery, Albert. Son of Thomas and Margaret Winter, of Aber, Bangor. Son of Thomas Winter, Professor of Agriculture at University College of North Wales, Bangor, and Mrs Winter, of Aber, Bangor, and of Deiniol Road, Bangor. Educated at Friars and Giggleswick schools. Won a £20 Caernarvonshire Exhibition to study at the university in 1913. Joined the RWF in 1917.
  • James Wyllie, Private 5317. Died 22/06/1916. Age 19. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 2nd Bn. Awarded Military Medal and Mons Star Medal. Buried at Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez. Son of Mr and Mrs James Wyllie of 27 Caellepa, Bangor.
  • Alan Emilius Young, Second Lieutenant. Died 25/09/1915. Age 20. London Regiment 1st/20th Bn. Commemorated at Loos Memorial. Third son of EA Young, of Tanybryn, Bangor, and of Mrs Young, of 13 Morden Rd, Blackheath, London.
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