Abergele war memorial

Abergele war memorial

In St Michael’s Churchyard stands a Celtic cross in memory of local people who died in the First and Second World Wars.

To discover who they were, choose a category below. Where shown, click this icon for more details. Extra page icon

The memorial omits the names of many local men from the area, possibly because they did not worship at the church. We have indicated in our lists those who are named at the town hall but not in the churchyard.

With thanks to Alwyn Evans, of the Clwyd Family History Society, and to Adrian Hughes, of the Home Front Museum, Llandudno

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First World War

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First World War

  • BECKETT, Frank Sidney. Private 2577. Died 05/03/1915 aged 21. Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment). Buried St. George (St. George) Churchyard. Son of George Beckett of Kinmel Park Gardens. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • DAVIES, Albert, Private 240894. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (5th Bn.). Died 26 Sep 1917 aged 21. Son of Robert & Anne Davies, of 15, Plasnewydd Buildings, Abergele. Jerusalem Memorial.
  • DAVIES, Allen, Private 10936. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 30 Oct 1914 aged 22. Son of John & Alice Davies, of 1, Fron Hyfryd, Groes Lwyd, Abergele. Born in Birkenhead. Hooge Crater Cemetery, Belgium.
  • DAVIES, David, Private 5718. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 29 Dec 1914 aged 32. Son of Hugh & Annie Davies, of 1, Nelson Terrace, Abergele; husband of Ethel Annie Davies, of 11, Stanmore Street, Rhyl. Ploegstreert Memorial, Belgium. He was on sentry duty when shot through the head by a sniper. His wife and seven young children lived in Peel Street, Abergele, at the time. In his last letter home he said he was “as happy as a schoolboy and as cheerful as the little birds in May”.
  • DAVIES, Hugh Thomas, Lance Corporal 16023. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Bn.). Died 26 Feb 1916 aged 21.   Son of John & Matilda Davies, of 15, Mount Pleasant, Abergele. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Belgium.
  • DAVIES, John, Private 15239 & 52957. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (16th Bn.), formerly with Cheshire Regiment. Died 15 Mar 1918, aged 30. Son of David & Laura Davies, of Bryn Coch, Abergele. Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard Extension, France.
  • DAVIES, John Robert. Private 15470. Died 20/02/1916 aged 23. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 10th Bn. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Son of John and Ann Davies; nephew and adopted son of Sarah Jones, of Washington House, Llanfairfechan. Native of Abergele.   .
  • DAVIES, John. Private 9094. Died 02/05/1915 aged 24. Cheshire Regiment 2nd Bn. Poperinghe Old Military Cemetery Son of John and Alice Davies, of Fronhyfryd, Groes Lwyd, Abergele, Denbighshire. Born in Rhyl.
  • DAVIES, Joseph, Private 11069. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 16 May 1915 aged 27. Son of Walter and Alice Davies, of 5, Rhuddlan Road, Abergele. Le Touret Memorial, France.
  • DAVIES, Robert Evan, Private 57400. Died 22 Apr 1918 aged 19. Lincolnshire Regiment. Pozieres Memorial. Son of Evan Davies of 34 Peel Street.
  • DAVIES, William, Private 21352. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (11th Bn South Lancashire Regiment). Died 1 Jul 1916 aged 36. Born in Abergele. Husband of Myfanwy Davies, of 48, Tennyson Street, Sutton Manor, St. Helens, Lancashire. Thiepval Memorial, France.
  • DAVIES, William                                                     
  • DICKEN, Thomas, Air Mechanic 2nd Class 39041. Royal Flying Corps (30th Sqdn.). Died 4 Jan 1917 aged 30. Son of William Williams Dicken & Ellen Dicken, of Beach House, Llanddulas. St. Cynbryd's Churchyard, Llanddulas.
  • DUNWELL, Robert, Private 28394. South Wales Borderers (4th Bn.). Died 17 Jul 1918 aged 22. Born in Otley, Yorkshire. Son of Christopher & Elizabeth Dunwell, of 7, New Street, Abergele. Basra Memorial, Iraq.
  • EDWARDS, Frederick. Commemorated on St George and District plaque in Abergele Town Hall.
  • ELLIS, John David, Private 241341. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (5th Bn.). Died 26 Mar 1917 aged 38. Son of Mr & Mrs Ellis, of Bodelwyddan; husband of Mrs M A Ellis, of Pontydd, Towyn. Jerusalem Memorial. Also commemorated on Towyn war memorial.
  • EVANS, David                                                         
  • EVANS, Francis Graham, Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (4th Bn.). Died 25 Sep 1916 aged 23. Son of Rev & Mrs Graham Evans, of Duntrune, Abergele. Buried St. George ard, near Abergele.
  • EVANS, Harold, Private 91400 & 87212. Durham Light Infantry (15th Bn.), formerly with  King's Liverpool Regt. Died 3 Sep 1918. Son of David Roberts Evans & Hannah Evans, Bank Building, Abergele. Glageon Communal Cemetery Extension, France.
  • EVANS, Herbert Walton (Herbert Wynne in war records), Private 1817. Died 16 Jul 1918. Australian Army Service Corps 3rd Salvage Coy. La Neuville British Cemetery, Corbie. Son of Rev David Evans, vicar of Abergele, and Annie Walton. Worked as a farmer at Blackboy Hill, Western Australia before enlisting in 1916.             
  • EVANS, Stephen, Sergeant 40849. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Bn.). Died 8 Apr 1917 aged 30. Son of David & Elizabeth Evans, of 21, New Street, Abergele. Arras Memorial, France.
  • FITTON, Harry, Private 61227. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (19th Bn.). Died 23 Nov 1917. Born in Heaton Norris, Stockport. Son of Jemima Sophie Needham of Brynffynnon Cottages, Abergele. Cambrai Memorial, France.
  • FURNISH, Thomas William, Private 2701. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (5th Bn.). Died 10 Aug 1915 aged 25. Born Llandulas. Son of Thomas & Sarah Ann Furnish, of 8, New York Terrace, Abergele. Helles Memorial, Turkey.
  • GILCHRIST, A. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • HUGHES, Edward, Private 18688. Royal Welsh Fusiliers ("D" Coy. 16th Bn.). Died 11 Apr 1916 aged 28.        Son of John & Hannah Hughes, of Tŷ Ucha, Abergele. Bethune Town Cemetery, France.
  • HUGHES, Elias, Private 20130. Welsh Regiment (15th Bn.). Died 10 Jul 1916 aged 30. Son of Elias Hughes, of 4, Mount Pleasant, Abergele. Thiepval Memorial, France.
  • HUGHES, George Private 15439. Worcestershire Regiment (4th Bn.). Died 6 Aug 1915 aged 21. Helles Memorial.
  • HUGHES, Richard. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • HUGHES, Robert Isaac, Private 202528. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (4th Bn.). Died 6 Apr 1918 aged 40. Son of John & Mary Hughes, of Bodgwynedd, Abergele; husband of Maria Hughes, of Chapel Street, Abergele. Martinsart British Cemetery, France.
  • HUGHES, Thomas. Known as Tommy. Lived in Jenkins Street, Abergele. Died in France in 1917. His brother was also killed.
  • JENKINS, David Lewis (middle initial shown as Ll on memorial), Lieutenant. Died 26/09/1917 aged 31. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of master mariner Capt David Jenkins and Anne Jenkins, of Eukrateia, Llanon, Ceredigion. Was manager of the National Provincial Bank in Abergele before enlisting.
  • JONES, Arthur
  • JONES, Charles Phillip(s), Private 16144. King's Liverpool Regiment (17th Bn.). Died 30 Jul 1916 aged 21. Son of Charles & Mary Jane Jones, Metropole, Abergele. Thiepval Memorial.
  • JONES, David, Second Lieutenant. Welsh Regiment (3rd Bn.) attd. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (11th Bn.). Died 18 Sep 1918 aged 30. Son of David and Elizabeth Jones, of 10, Bryn Tirion Terrace, Abergele. Doiran Military Cemetery, Greece.
  • JONES, Edgar.
  • JONES, Fred. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial. Probably: Private 27433. Died 25/09/1915 aged 30. Welsh Regiment. Loos Memorial. Son of Frederick and Elizabeth Jones; husband of Maud Jones (later Walsh) of 5 Fortescue Street, Prescot, Liverpool. Born in Abergele.
  • JONES, George Frederick Private 51968. King's Liverpool Regiment (17th Bn.). Died 12 Oct 1916 aged 18.      Son of William Henry & Martha Jones, Penybont, Abergele. Thiepval Memorial.
  • JONES, Isaac, Private 11126. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 30 Oct 1914 aged 24.Son of John Lloyd Jones, of 3 Mount Pleasant, Abergele. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium
  • JONES, John, Private 39940. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 3 Sep 1916. Son of John & Ann Jones, of 12, Mount Pleasant, Abergele. Thiepval Memorial.
  • JONES, John Thomas, Private 8252. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2nd Bn.). Died of wounds 31 Oct 1914. Born in Abergele. Son of John Jones, Mount Pleasant, Abergele. Bailleul Communal Cemetery, Nord, France. Left a wife and three children living in Penmachno.
  • JONES, John William, Private 42225. South Wales Borderers (2nd Bn.). Died 21 Oct 1916 aged 21. Son of Robert Jones, of 15, New Street, Abergele. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.
  • JONES, Joseph, Private 54599. Died 23/05/1917. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Sunken Road Cemetery, Boisleux-St Marc. Son of Mrs Jones, of Church Street, Rhuddlan. A press report on his death said that his parents were Mr and Mrs John Jones, of Rhuddlan Road, Abergele.                                                   
  • JONES, Owen, Private 64619. Cheshire Regiment (11th Bn.). Died 20 Apr 1918 aged 17. Son of Owen and Ann Jones, of 32, Peel Street, Abergele. Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.
  • JONES, Percy, Private RR/1738. South African Infantry (1st Regt.). Died 20 Mar 1918 aged 31. Son of Thomas & Eliza Jones, of Bodlondeb, Rhydyfoel, Abergele. Employed at the Globe & Phoenix Mine, Johannesburg, South Africa. Pozieres Memorial, France.
  • JONES, Thomas, Private 3273. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (5th Bn.). Died 4 Aug 1916 aged 32. Son of Peter Jones, of 7, New Street, Abergele. Jerusalem Memorial, Israel.
  • JONES, Thomas Edward, Private 38722 & 35547. East Lancashire Regt. (11th Bn.), formerly with Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 28 Jun 1918 aged 19. Son of John & Margaret Elizabeth Jones, of 19 New Street, Abergele. Aval Wood Military Cemetery, France.
  • JONES, Thomas                                                        
  • JONES-BATEMAN, Frank (Francis), Captain. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (13th Bn.). Died 4 Nov 1918 aged 22. Son of Herbert Burleton Jones-Bateman, BCS, & Evelyn Jones-Bateman, of Pentre Mawr, Abergele, and Eyarth, Ruthin. Brother of Llewelyn, below. Cross Roads Cemetery, France.
  • JONES-BATEMAN, Llewelyn, Captain. Royal Field Artillery ("A" Bty. 103rd Bde.). Died 19 Mar 1916 aged 27. Son of Herbert Burleton Jones-Bateman, of the Indian Civil Service, & Evelyn Jones-Bateman, of Pentre Mawr, Abergele, and of Eyarth, Ruthin. Lapugnoy Military Cemetery, Pa-de-Calais, France.
  • KING, Ralph Stanley, Private 47813. Lancashire Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 15 Mar 1918 aged 19. Son of George Joseph & Gertrude King, Gwrych Castle Lodge, Abergele. Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.
  • LEWIS, Neville, Private 2368. Manchester Regiment (1st/5th Bn.). Died 27 May 1915 aged 22. Born in Hawarden, Flintshire. Son of Edward & Elizabeth A Lewis, of Strathmore, St. George's Road, Abergele. Helles Memorial.
  • LLOYD, Daniel Owen, Sergeant 9444. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 25 Sep 1915 aged 30. Born Bodfari, Flintshire. Son of Henry & Mary Elizabeth Lloyd, of Rhianws, 2, Granville Terrace, Abergele. Loos Memorial, France. Served with the army in India before the war.
  • LLOYD, F Thomas. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • LOCKETT, Ernest. Lance Corporal 242541. Died 25/02/1917 aged 31. Worcestershire Regiment. Thiepval Memorial. Husband of Mary Lockett, of 320, Priory Road, St Denys, Southampton. Born in St George. Commemorated on St George and District plaque in Abergele Town Hall.
  • MASON, Peter, Second Lieutenant. King's Royal Rifle Corps (6th Bn. Attached to 1st Bn.). Died 17 Feb 1917 aged 21. Son of William Tate Mason and Margaret Mason, of Brooklands, Abergele. Regina Trench Cemetery, France.
  • MELLOR, Walton, Captain. Royal Irish Regiment (2nd Bn.). Died 23 Aug 1914 aged 36. Son of Col. John Edwin Mellor CB, of Tan-y-Bryn, Abergele; husband of Kathleen Geraldine Helen Mellor (nee Wellesley), of 'Avonwood', Avonmore Avenue. St. Symphorien Military Cemetery, Belgium.
  • NEEDHAM, Thomas Vaughan, Private 40795. Manchester Regiment (22nd Bn.). Died 18 Jan 1917 aged 38.            Born in Abergele. Son of John & Sarah A. Needham, of 410, Edge Lane, Liverpool, England. Etaples Military Cemetery, France.
  • OWEN, Frank                                                            
  • OWEN, Robert (Bobbie) Edward, Private 67632. Cheshire Regiment (15th Bn.). Died 20 Oct 1918. Born in Abergele. Bissegem Communal Cemetery, Belgium.
  • PIERSON, Guy Kenyon, Private SPTS/4228. Royal Fusiliers (9th Bn.). Died 7 Jul 1916 aged 38. Son of Charles & Betsy Pierson, of Newholme, Rodmarton, Gloucestershire; husband of Edith Alice Pierson, of Brig-y-Don, Abergele. Thiepval Memorial.
  • POWELL, Edward, Private 55715. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.). Died 14 May 1917 aged 19. Son of David & Harriet Powell, of 1, Peel Street, Abergele. Arras Memorial, France.
  • POWNALL, William Hugh, Gunner 131900. Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 20 Sep 1917 aged 34. Son of Charles & Mary Pownall, of Marshfield Villa, Abergele; husband of Mary Pownall, of 2, Glanrafon Terrace, Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog. The Huts Cemetery, Belgium.
  • PROCTOR, Frederic William, Major. Died 13/06/1916 aged 53. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Boyne Hill (All Saints) Churchyard. Son William Proctor; husband of Hope Sandbach (formerly Proctor), of Caerllo, Abergele. Born in Torquay. Not named on Abergele war memorial.
  • RADCLIFFE, Ernest Charles Derwentwater, Second Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (15th Bn.). Died 31 Jul 1917 aged 22. Only son of David Clark Radcliffe & Florence Mary Radcliffe, of Pen Dyffryn, Meliden. Artillery Wood Cemetery, Belgium.
  • ROBERTS, Fred                                                       
  • ROBERTS, Isaac, Private 20138. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Bn.). Died 6 Jul 1916 aged 35. Born in Abergele. Lived at Pwll Coch, Abergele. Son of Hugh Robert Roberts, of Brynygasag, Pantasaph, Holywell, Flintshire; husband of Eleanor Roberts. Thiepval Memorial.
  • ROBERTS, John, Private 49793 & 560. Cheshire Regiment (1st Bn.), formerly with Denbighshire Yeomanry. Died 5 Oct 1917. Born in Abergele. Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.
  • ROBERTS, John, Private 6017 or 7017. Prince Albert's Somerset Light Infantry (1st Bn.). Died 21 Oct 1914. Son of Mr Roberts, of Manchester Cottages, Towyn. Ploegstreert Memorial, Hainaut, Belgium. Also commemorated on Towyn war memorial.
  • ROBERTS, John Owen, Private 25465. South Wales Borderers ("C" Coy. 2nd Bn.). Died 15 Oct 1918 aged 20. Son of Owen & Harriet Roberts, of 3, Tyddyn Isa Cottages, Towyn. Dadizeele New British Cemetery, Belgium. Also commemorated on Towyn war memorial.
  • ROBERTS, Robert, Able Seaman. Died 13 Dec 1916 aged 52. Mercantile Marine – HMT Georgian. Suez War Memorial Cemetery. Husband of Eliza Roberts, of 14, Peel St., Abergele, Denbighshire. Not named on Abergele war memorial.
  • ROBERTS, Thomas Owen, Second Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Bn.). Died 18 Sep 1918 aged 28. Son of Mr & Mrs William Roberts, of Bod-Gwilym, Abergele; husband of Jenny Dyrnogwen Roberts, of 19, Langdale Road, Manchester. Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery, France.
  • ROWLANDS, Helena May, Nurse. Died 10/05/1919 aged 26. Territorial Force Nursing Service. Abergele Cemetery. Daughter of Rev Rowland Rowlands (who died in 1908) and Mrs AE Rowlands, of Bod Gwynant, Abergele. Worked as a nurse the surgical department of Fazakerley Hospital, Liverpool, then the Military Fever Hospital. Caught a fever (probably Spanish flu) on 2 May 1919 after nursing an officer who suffered from it. Her body was taken by train to Abergele and straight to the cemetery, bypassing the chapel to avoid infection. Not named on Abergele war memorial.
  • SALISBURY, Edward David. Commemorated on St George and District plaque in Abergele Town Hall.
  • STACEY, Ernest George Hewlett, Private 4531. Australian Infantry, AIF (19th Bn.). Died 15 Jun 1916 aged 21. Born Meltham, Yorkshire. Son of Rev Ernest Lloyd Stacey & Edith Stacey of Dolobran, Abergele. Died of cerebral spinal fever after disembarking in England. Weston Mill Cemetery, Plymouth. Worked as an orchardist in Dural, New South Wales, before enlisting in December 1915.
  • SUTTON, John, Lance Corporal, 23618 & 20082. Royal Defence Corps, formerly with Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died at sea 10 Oct 1918 when RMS Leinster was torpedoed. Husband of Mary Ann Ellen Sutton, 11, Mount Pleasant, Abergele. Hollybrook Memorial, Southampton.
  • UNSWORTH, James Walters Noel, Private 21930. King's Liverpool Regiment (17th Bn.). Died 30 Jul 1916 aged 20. Born in Liverpool. Son of Arthur & Theresa Unsworth, of Garswood, Abergele. Guillemont Road Cemetery, France.
  • VAUGHAN, John, Private, 2764. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (5th Bn.). Died 10 Aug 1915 aged 25. Born in Llanrwst. Son of Lewis & Eliza Jane Vaughan, of 3, Peel Street, Abergele. Helles Memorial, Turkey.
  • WILLIAMS, David, Private, 6381. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2nd Bn.). Died 25 Sep 1915 aged 33. Born in Towyn. Son of John Williams; husband of Jane Williams (later Rundle) of 3 Sportsman's Terrace, Afonwen, Flintshire. Cambrin Churchyard Extension, Pas de Calais, France. Also commemorated on Towyn war memorial.
  • WILLIAMS, Edward (Eddie), Private 17613. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (13th Bn.). Shot through the heart 10 Jul 1916 aged 21. Son of Edward & Alice E Williams, of Moranedd, Abergele. Thiepval Memorial. Played football for Denbigh Town.
  • WILLIAMS, Fred, Private 2697. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (5th Bn.). Died of wounds 10 Aug 1915 aged 21. Born in Wrexham. Son of William & Mary Williams, of 14, Bryntirion Terrace, Abergele. Helles Memorial.
  • WILLIAMS, George Trevor, Private 42176. East Yorkshire Regiment (1st/4th Bn.). Died 27 May 1918 aged 18. Son of William & Mary Williams, of 14, Bryntirion, Abergele. Soissons Memorial, France.
  • WILLIAMS, Horatio, Lance Corporal R/1918. King's Royal Rifle Corps (4th Bn.). Died of black fever 5 Jan 1918 aged 25. Son of Benjamin Jackson Williams & Annie Williams, of Morvan, Pensarn. Lahana Military Cemetery, Greece.
  • WILLIAMS, Peter. Private 17603. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Bn.). Died 16 Aug 1916 aged 30. Son of Thomas Williams of 5 Pontydd, Towyn. Thiepval Memorial. Also commemorated on Towyn war memorial.
  • WILLIAMS, Richard, Lance Corporal 16297. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Bn.). Died 20 Jul 1916 aged 21. Son of Richard & E Mary Williams, of 7, Bryn Tirion Terrace, Abergele. Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France.
  • WILLIAMS, William A, Private 202044. Manchester Regiment (2nd/5th Bn.). Died 3 Apr 1917 aged 19. Son of Edwin & Jane Williams, of 4, Vale View Terrace, Abergele. Cambrin Military Cemetery, France.
  • WINKUP, Arthur, Driver 131633. Royal Field Artillery (9th Div. Ammunition Col.). Died 15 Dec 1918 aged 20. Son of Arthur & Betsy Wardle Winkup, of Tŷ Croes, Foryd, Abergele. Native of Prestwick, Manchester. Mons/Bergen Communal Cemetery, Belgium. Also commemorated on Towyn war memorial.
 

 

Second World War

  • BANKS, Arthur. Sergeant 1607992. Royal Air Force, 112 Sqdn. Died 20 December 1944. Born in Llanddulas. Son of Charles Chaplin Banks and Harriet Margaret Banks, of Cheltenham. Buried at Argenta Gap War Cemetery, Italy. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.soldier icon
  • BURTON, Francis John, Sergeant 1483336. Died 25/04/1944 aged 20. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Runnymede Memorial. Son of Francis Ernest and Lilian Burton, of Towyn, Abergele, Denbighshire. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Towyn war memorial.
  • DAVIES, Gordon. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • DAVIES, Richard Jones. Sergeant 1058458. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 25 August 1941 aged 21. Son of John and Elizabeth Davies, of Llanddulas. Buried at St Cynbryd’s Churchyard, Llanddulas. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.
  • DAVIES, Trevor Gwyn, Private 11007321. Royal Scots (8th Bn.). Died 26 Mar 1945. Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany.
  • DAVIES, Trevor Lloyd. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • DIMBLEBY, Herbert William, Captain 172944. Royal Artillery, 77 The Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry Medium Regt. Died 18 Jul 1944 aged 32. Son of Hubert & Elise Dimbleby; husband of Olwen Vaughan Dimbleby, of Abergele. Bayeux War Cemetery, France.
  • EDWARDS, Mervyn Lloyd, Flight Sgt W Op/Air Gnr 1026802. RAF Voluntter Reserve, 178 Squadron. Died 1 Jun 1944 aged 23. Son of John and Emily Edwards of Towyn. Bari War Cemetery, Italy. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • ELLIS, John Edward, Private 4201913. South Wales Borderers (6th Bn.). Died 26 Mar 1944 aged 29. Son of Mrs Ellis, of Abergele; husband of Selina Ellis, of Abergele. Taukkyan War Cemetery, Burma.
  • EVANS, Edith. Corporal W/33255. Died 02/07/1942 aged 29. Auxiliary Territorial Service. Buried Llangynhafal (St Cynhafal) Churchyard. Daughter of David Morris Jones and Margaret Jones of Bylchau; wife of Walter Evans, of Llanddulas. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • EVANS, Hugh Edward, Private 4208460. Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 9 Jan 1946. St Michael's Churchyard, Abergele.
  • EVANS, Roberts. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • GRIFFITHS, Ivor James. Lance Corporal 2353493. Died 01/09/1943 aged 27. Royal Corps of Signals. Buried Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery. Son of James and Margaret Griffiths of Llanddulas. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • HALLIDAY, Harold McDonald, Gunner 4190999. Royal Artillery (15 Bty., 6 H.A.A. Regt.). Died 18 Sep 1944 aged 29. Son of Mrs A Halliday, of Abergele. Singapore Memorial, Singapore.
  • HUGHES, Robert Einion, Aircraftman 2nd Class 974571. Royal Air Force. 25 Sep 1941. Calvinistic Methodist Chapelyard, Abergele.
  • HUGHES, William John. Sapper 1909572. Died 09/10/1944 aged 24. Royal Engineers. Buried Jonkerbos War Cemetery. Son of David and Catherine Hughes of Abergele, Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • JACOB, Lawrence Mason, Pilot Officer 102605. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (50 Sqdn.). Died 14 Jan 1942 aged 31. Son of Squire & Louise Jacob, of Abergele. Runnymede Memorial.
  • JONES, Albert Lloyd, Private 3534684. Died 30/04/1942 aged 25. Manchester Regiment. Buried Kranji War Cemetery. Born in Denbighshire. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • JONES, Gwilym. Possibly: Aircraftman 1st Class 1538260. Died 16/05/1943 aged 21. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Buried Llysfaen (St. Cynfran) Churchyard. Son of Edward and Maggie Jones of Llysfaen; husband of Mair Jones of Llysfaen. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • JONES, John Alexander, Fusilier 2321362. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2nd Bn.). Died 31 Jul 1940 aged 32. Son of John Arthur & Elizabeth Jones, of Abergele. St Michael's Churchyard, Abergele.
  • JONES, Trevor. Lived at Llwyn Morfa.       
  • JONES, Trevor. Lived in Water Street. He or Trevor Jones above was Able Seaman C/SS 27314. Died 02/03/1942 aged 25. Royal Navy - HMS Stronghold. Chatham Naval Memorial. Son of Thomas H and Margaret Jones of Abergele.
  • JONES, Kyffin, Fusilier 14784480. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (6th Bn.). Died 24 Feb 1945 aged 32. Son of Frederick & Ellen Jones, of Abergele. Reichswald Forest War Cemetery.
  • JONES, Gwilym                                                        
  • JONES, Morris W      
  • JONES, Percival Henry Minton. Flight Sergeant 1390870. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve   463 (RAAF) Sqdn. Died 22 June 1944 aged 23. Awarded the Distinguished Flying Medal. Son of Humphrey and Hilda Alice Jones, of Welling, Kent. Buried at Uden War Cemetery, Netherlands. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.                                         
  • LEWIS, Ivor, Fusilier 4197501. Royal Fusiliers City of London Regiment (9th Bn.). Died 18 Feb 1944 aged 25.            Son of Annie Lewis, of Abergele. Cassino War Cemetery, Italy.
  • LLOYD, Ieuan Mervyn Thomas. Able Seaman. Royal Navy – HMS President. Died 30 March 1945 aged 39. Son of David and Annie Lloyd, of Terfyn Cottage, Llanddulas; husband of Mary Lloyd, of Salford. Commemorated on Plymouth Naval Memorial. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.
  • MILLER, Thomas W Lound. Flying Officer 108577. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal. Royal Air Force, 2842 Sqdn. Died 2 Nov 1942 aged 28. Son of Donald Henry & Elizabeth Emma Miller; husband of Helen Webster Miller, of Abergele. Linslade Cemetery, Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, England. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Towyn war memorial.
  • MORRIS, Robert. Aircraftsman 1379278. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 4 July 1941 aged 32. Son of John and Jane Ellen Morris; husband of Edith E Morris, of Colwyn Bay. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.
  • OWEN, Orthin Vaughan, Sergeant Air Gunner 994134. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (57 Sqdn.). Died 12 Aug 1942 aged 24. Son of Rev Richard Vaughan Owen & Maggie Elizabeth Owen, of Y Felinheli, near Caernarfon. Nes General Cemetery, Friesland, Netherlands.
  • OWEN, Robert Isaac. Signalman 2387790. Royal Corps of Signals. Died 14 Nov 1943 aged 27. Son of Robert Henry & Charlotte Edith Owen, of Abergele. Beirut War Cemetery, Lebanon. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Towyn war memorial.
  • PARRY, Cecil, Ordinary Seaman D/JX 344252. Royal Navy - HMS Karanja. Died 12 Nov 1942 aged 18. Son of John & Edith Parry, of Abergele. His ship was sunk by German aircraft off Algeria. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • PETERS, Derek. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • PUGH, Richard Elwyn Vaughan, Flying Officer Pilot 123636. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (103 Sqdn.). Died 26 Nov 1943 aged 29. Son of Hugh David & Gwladys Cordelia Pugh; husband of Gwyneth Myfanwy Pugh, of Abergele. Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery.
  • ROBERTS, David John. Private T/4207171. Died 03/01/1943 aged 33. Royal Army Service Corps. Buried St George (St George) Churchyard. Son of John and Mary L Roberts; husband of Jane Roberts of St George. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial.
  • ROGERS, Robert David, Guardsman 2735031. Welsh Guards, 1st Bn. Died 11 August 1944 aged 29. Son of Edwin and Gwen Rogers, of Llanddulas. Buried at St Charles de Percy War Cemetery, France. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.
  • SHAW, Stephen, Leading Seaman P/JX 141569. Royal Navy – HMS Royal Oak. Died 14 Oct 1939 aged 21. Son of Charles & Florence M L Shaw, of Abergele. His ship was torpedoed and sunk by a submarine at Orkney, Scotland. Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
  • ST. JOHN, Peter. Probably: Peter Cape Beauchamp St. John, Flying Officer, Pilot 40320. Died 22/10/1940 aged 23. Royal Air Force 74 Sqdn. Amersham Consecrated Cemetery. Son of Robert Henry Beauchamp St. John and Edith Mary St. John, of Notting Hill, London.       
  • TRUNKS, John Victor. Corporal 1454752. The Queen's Royal Regiment (2/5th Bn. West Surrey). Died 25 Sep 1944 aged 25. Son of Henry James Trunks & Emily Trunks, of Liverpool, England. Coriano Ridge War Cemetery, Italy. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Towyn war memorial.
  • TURNER, Patrick Anthony. Sergeant Air Gunner 1661472. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    (100 Sqdn.). Died 24 Feb 1944 aged 22. Born in Rhyl. Marly Communal Cemetery, Moselle, France. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial, Rhyl war memorial and Towyn war memorial.soldier icon
  • WEBSTER, Alan. Possibly: Private 4191829. Born in Denbighshire. Died between 01/10/1942 and 02/10/1942 aged 24. Middlesex Regiment. Sai Wan Memorial. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial. 
  • WELLS, Ernest, Fusilier 4202846. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (6th Bn.). Died 12 Aug 1944 aged 30. Son of Ernest & Louisa Wells, of Abergele. St Manvieu War Cemetery, France.
  • WETTON, Ernest, Captain 49133 & 25030. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, formerly with North Staffordshire Regiment. Died 21 Mar 1942. Born in Swadlincote, Derbyshire. Son of Edwin & Eliza Wetton, of Newhall, Staffordshire. Husband of Mary Wetton (nee Roberts). Died at Vale of Clwyd Sanatorium, Llanbedr, Denbighshire. Abergele Cemetery. Left two sons.
  • WILLIAMS, Dyfrig, Corporal 2123668. Royal Engineers, 90 Field Company. Died 14 February 1944. Buried at St. Cynbryd’s Churchyard, Llanddulas. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.
  • WILLIAMS, Griffith, Gunner 1603382. Royal Artillery, 3 HAA Rgt. Died 15 September 1943. Son of Thomas and Mary Ellen Williams, of Llanddulas. Buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand. Commemorated on Abergele Town Hall memorial and Llanddulas war memorial.
  • WILLIAMS, Richard            
 

 


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