Llanberis war memorial

Llanberis war memorial

This war memorial was unveiled in 1921 to commemorate the local people who had died in the First World War. The names of those who died in later conflicts were added to the memorial subsequently. To discover who they were, choose a category below.

First World War

Second World War

Falklands conflict

We have included details of men who had connections to Llanberis but aren’t named on the war memorial.

Among those named on the memorial is Jennie Williams, of Plas Coch. She was a nurse in France for almost three years before she died of pneumonia at the military hospital in which she had worked.

With thanks to Byron Jones and Patricia Pitts

Postcode: LL55 4UR    View Location Map

 

 

First World War

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  • Aitchison, Ronald Andrew Colquhoun, Lieutenant. Died 14/12/1914 aged 19. King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment). Buried Strand Military Cemetery. Son of Lt. Col. Gowrie Colquhoun and Rose Mabel Aitchison of The Burnt House, South Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire. Lived at Dolafon, Llanberis, before the war.
  • Bellis, John, Sapper 126603. Died of pneumonia on 25/02/1919 aged 21. Royal Engineers. Buried at Doullens Communal Cemetery. Son of Mathew and Ellen Bellis. Of Bod Alwyn. Educated at Ysgol Dolbadarn and Ysgol Sir Brynrefail, Was a talented harmonium player. Worked in the Post Office, Bangor.
  • Burgess, Edward Arfon, Driver M2/155562. Died 10/04/1916 aged 23. Army Service Corps. Buried Corbie Communal Cemetery. Son of James and Grace Burgess of Talycafn, near Llanrwst; husband of Katy Burgess of Caxton House, Llanberis.
  • Davies, Goronwy Owen, Private 54589. Died 28/11/1917 aged 21. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Tyne Cot Cemetery. Son of John and Elizabeth Davies, of Bon Marche.
  • Evans, Evan Pierce, Lance Corporal 159513. Died 09/09/1917 aged 29. Royal Engineers. Awarded Military Medal. Buried at Barlin Communal Cemetery Extension. Son of Pierce and Annie Evans, of Cwmyglo. Worked as a chemist in Hendon, London. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Evans, Ivor Wynne Jones, Engineer. Fifth Engineer Officer. Died 26/02/1919 aged 21. Mercantile Marine. Buried Mazargues War Cemetery, Marseilles. Son of Ellis Owen Evans and Jane Evans of Cwmwrach, Nant Peris. Served on HMT Gloucester Castle, a hospital ship which was damaged by a submarine off the Isle of Wight on 31/03/1917 but did not sink. Ivor is listed in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission register.
  • Evans, Robert Hugh, Serjeant 21105. Died 24/07/1917 aged 31. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery. Son of Hugh John and Margaret Evans of Pylla'r Dwr.
  • Evans, William Arthur, Private 40432. Died 03/09/1916 aged 24. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Delville Wood Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Catherine Jane Evans of Cromlechdy, Nant Peris.
  • Gillespie, David John Lewis, Private 53816. Died 10/01/1917 aged 18. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Auchonvillers Military Cemetery. Son of Robert Owen and Catherine Gillespie of 3, Bethesda Street. Native of Llandudno.
  • Griffith, Owen, Gunner 29514. Died 27/10/1917. Royal Field Artillery. Buried at Fins New British Cemetery, Sorel-Le-Grand. Eldest son of William Griffith, of Gallt y Celyn, Clegir.
  • Griffith, William, Private 44195. Died 15/05/1917 aged 20. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Arras Memorial. Son of John and Gwen Griffith of Mur Mawr, Nant Paris.
  • Griffiths, Ellis Owen, Private 40428. Died 29/04/1918 aged 33. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of Mrs. Elizabeth Griffiths of 2, Glanafon Terrace, Nant Peris.
  • Griffiths, Griffith, Private 37326. Died 02/04/1917 aged 23. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Llanrug (St. Michael) Churchyard. Son of John and Ellen Griffith of 4, Rock Terrace. Lived at Tŷ Capel, Clegir.
  • Griffiths, Hugh Owen, Private 265870. Died 06/11/1917 aged 31. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Beersheba War Cemetery. Husband of Barbara Griffiths of 6, Llugwy Terrace, Capel Curig.
  • Hughes, Griffith, Private 39693. Died 18/09/1920 aged 28. South Wales Borderers. Buried Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard. Son of Mrs. Margaret Shivas of 3, Loughers Street, Rose Hill, Bryn, Wigan. Lived at 19 Snowdon Street, Llanberis.
  • Hughes, John Lloyd. Died of wounds in 1918. Of Bronygraig. Possibly: JJ Hughes, Private 35485. Died 24/04/1918 aged 24. Varennes Military Cemetery. Machine Gun Corps. Son of John and Mary Hughes, of Bryn, Llanrug.
  • Jones, David Cefni (or David William Jones), Private 244283. Died at a military hospital in Wrexham on 25/02/1917 aged 27. Railway Operating Division, Royal Engineers. Buried at Llanberis (St Peris) Churchyard. Lived in Water Street. Son of Mr and Mrs Cefni Jones, or Penrallt, Llanddaniel, Anglesey. Worked for the London & North Western Railway at Llanberis railway station before being called up for army service. The station staff carried his coffin at his funeral.
  • Jones, DE, Private 40307. Died 22/09/1916 aged 26. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Etaples Military Cemetery. Son of David and Harriet Jones, of Moelrhuen, Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Jones, David Richard, Private 21103. Died 10/07/1916 aged 28. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Richard and Ellen Jones of 2, Eilian Terrace.
  • Jones, Edwin, Private 1136. Died 17/08/1915 aged 17. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Helles Memorial. Son of Evan and Hannah Jones of Craig-y-Dinas, Cwmyglo.
  • Jones, Evan Hugh, Lance Corporal 40096. Died 13/11/1916 aged 23. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Thiepval Memorial. Son of William and Grace Jones of Glandwr, Pentre Castell.
  • Jones, Hugh Henry, Private 2433. Died 13/11/1917 aged 41. Australian Infantry. Buried Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard. Son of John and Mary Jones of Bron Eryri, Nant Peris.
  • Jones, H John, Private 28072. Died 20/11/1918 aged 28. Royal Army Medical Corps. Buried Beira Christian Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs J. C. Jones of Bryntirion.
  • Jones, Myrddin Emrys, Surgeon Lieutenant. Died of illness at Leith Naval Hospital on 04/12/1918 aged 24. Royal Navy. Buried Llangefni Cemetery. Born in Llanberis. Son of RE and Kate Jones of Boderwydd, Llanberis, and of Morannedd, Caernarfon.
  • Jones, R O, Private 6314. Died 14/08/1916 aged 31. The King's (Liverpool Regiment). Buried Corbie Communal Cemetery. Son of Evan and Bridget Evans of Bryman Gerddi (probably Bryniau Gerddi), Llanberis. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Jones, Richard, Private 21102. Died 23/08/1918. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Vis-en-Artois Memorial.
  • Jones, Richard Edward, Private 55012. Died 19/07/1918. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Favreuil British Cemetery. Husband of Mrs Jones, of 10, Cambrian Terrace.
  • Jones, R, Private 54620. Died 24/12/1917 aged 38. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Llanddeiniolen (St. Deiniolen) Churchyard. Husband of Ellen Jones, of 4, Madoc Terrace, Cwmyglo.
  • Jones, Robert Pritchard, Gunner 92372. Died 04/04/1917 aged 34. Royal Garrison Artillery. Buried Faubourg D'amiens Cemetery. Son of William Pritchard and Mary Ann Jones; husband of Catherine Jane Jones of Tyn'Rardd, Cwmyglo. Born in Llanberis.
  • Jones, Thomas Henry, Private 49870. Died 21/06/1918 aged 26. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried New Irish Farm Cemetery.  Son of Robert Jones of 1, ‘Rallt Goch, Capel Coch Road.
  • Jones, William Henry, Private. Of Pen Gilfach.
  • Jones, William Humphrey, Lance Corporal 265875. Died 06/11/1917 aged 24. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Beersheba War Cemetery. Son of William Humphrey and Mary Jones of 6, Well Street.
  • Jones, William Lloyd, Private 266317. Died 26/03/1917. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Gaza War Cemetery. Worked at the Castle Hotel, Llanberis. Also named on Caernarfon cenotaph.
  • Jones, William T, Private.
  • Jones, William Robert, Private 265175. Died 25/12/1917 aged 19. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried  Alexandria (Hadra) War Memorial Cemetery. Son of William and Kate Jones of 2, Victoria Terrace, Llanberis. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Jones, William William, Private 53843. Died 02/07/1917 aged 27. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Llanrug (St. Michael) Churchyard. Son of William and Jane Jones of Well Street; husband of Annie Jane Jones of Tower House, Grange Lane, Freshfield, Liverpool.
  • Jones, William, Private 266342 aged 23. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Beersheba War Cemetery. Son of Ebenezer and Elizabeth Jones of Llanberis. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Lewis, Emyr Hugh, Private 29232. Died 23/04/1918 aged 18. South Wales Borderers. Buried Linselles Communal Cemetery. Son of John and Gwen Lewis of Bodeilian.
  • Morris, Michael, Private 21128. Died 31/01/1917 aged 23. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Bard Cottage Cemetery. Son of Henry and Laura Morris, of Bryn Awelon, Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Murphy, William, Private, 34413. Died 09/04/1917. Royal Scots. Arras Memorial. Left a wife and five children. Born in Llanberis in 1872. Lived in Turner Street. Married Mary Catherine Jones in 1897. Moved south to work in the Rhondda coal industry in 1902 or 1903.
  • Owen, David Griffith, Private 31325. Died 26/08/1918 aged 21. South Wales Borderers. Vis-en-Artois Memorial. Son of David and Mary Ann Owen of 11, Turner Street, Llanberis; husband of Margaret Owen, of Gauntlet, Salem Street, Amlwch.
  • Owen, Evan Richard, Private 8544. Died 08/07/1916 aged 34. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Bethune Town Cemetery. Son of Robert and Mary Owen of Oakfield. Lived in Turner Street.
  • Owen, Owen Jonah, Private 21002. Died 12/11/1916 aged 36. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard. Husband of Ann Ellen Owen of 5, Llainwen.
  • Parry, Evan Richard, Private 1278. Died 17/09/1915 aged 25. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Helles Memorial. Son of Mrs E Parry, of 4, Llainwen Isaf. Worked in the Dinorwig slate quarry. Brother of Richard, below.
  • Parry, Henry Richard, Private 257558. Died 03/04/1918 aged 28. Canadian Infantry. Buried at Glasgow Western Necropolis. Son of John Henry and Jane Parry of Gwynllys, High Street. Emigrated to Saskatoon. Died during the trans-Atlantic voyage to Glasgow with the army.
  • Parry, John William, Private 2312. Died 16/11/1915 aged 35. London Regiment. Buried Etaples Military Cemetery. Son of William and Charlotte Parry of Maes Llwyn, Newton Street.
  • Parry, Llewelyn, Private 2082. Died 10/05/1915 aged 18. London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers).  Ploegsteert Memorial. Son of John and Ellen Parry of Bryn Eilian. Worked in London before the war.
  • Parry, Richard R, Sergeant 265342. Died of wounds 29/12/1917 aged 25. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Jerusalem Awarded Military Medal and Bar. Son of Mrs E Parry, of 4, Llainwen Isaf. Brother of Evan, above.
  • Price, W, Private 61155. Died 18/06/1917 aged 19. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Llanrug (St. Michael) Churchyard. Son of Robert and Elizabeth Price, of Pantafon Terrace, Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Pritchard, Morris William, Private 40200. Died 07/02/1917 aged 28. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery. Lived in Ael-y-Bryn, Newtown Street.
  • Pierce-Rowlands, William, Private 21417. Died 18/02/1917 aged 25. Royal Welsh Fusiliers.  Buried at Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard. Son of Thomas and Ellen Rowlands of 1 Llainwen.
  • Roberts, David John, Lance Corporal 23612. Died 11/07/1916 aged 21. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Thiepval Memorial. Son of John Edward and Anne Roberts of Derwen Deg, Llanberis. His body was never found, but the authorities suspected he was dead when a following brigade discovered his pay book in a wood. Worked as a draper’s apprentice in Bangor before working for a Manchester company in Wrexham. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Roberts, Hugh Lewis. Private 40954. Died of wounds in a Glasgow hospital on 07/05/1918. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Lived at Grove House, Llanberis, and previously at Caerffridd, Tanygrisiau, Blaenau Ffestiniog. Fought for two years and was admitted to hospital six times with wounds.
  • Roberts, Hugh William, Private 69718. Died 27/08/1918. Royal Fusiliers, posted to London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers). Vis-en-Artois Memorial. Son of Mrs Mary Roberts, of 2, Craig-y-Don, Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Roberts, John Edward, Private 2412. Died 23/11/1915 aged 24. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Helles Memorial.  Son of Hannah Roberts of 4, Glanravon Terrace, Nant Peris.
  • Roberts, John Percy 44152. Died 22/10/1918 aged 21. South Wales Borderers. Buried at Awoingt British Cemetery. Son of John and Mary Roberts, of Llandinorwig School, Cwmyglo, Carnarvon. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Roberts, Morris, Private 266737. Died 06/11/1917 aged 35. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Beersheba War Cemetery. Son of Robert Morris Roberts and Mary Roberts, of Celynen House, Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Roberts, Robert, Private 41831. Died 15/06/1918 aged 45. Welsh Regiment transferred to Labour Corps. Buried at St Sever Cemetery. Son of Ellen Williams, of 5, Thomas Street.
  • Roberts, Thomas John, Private 40210. Died 22/04/1918. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Pozieres Memorial. Of Fron Deg.
  • Roberts, Thomas Jones, Private 52115. Died 25/09/1916. Cheshire Regiment. Died in 1916 aged 23. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Mr and Mrs William Roberts, of Cae’r Frȃn. Attended Capel Coch, Llanberis. Worked for Alliance insurance in Shrewsbury before enlisting.
  • Roberts, Willie Evan, 40175. Died 27/08/1916. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval. Lived in Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Roberts, William John, Private 37328. Died 19/07/1916 aged 21. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Doullens Communal Cemetery. Son of William and Amelia Roberts. Born in Llanberis. Lived at 51 Goodman Street.
  • Roberts, William, Corporal 54108. Died 27/04/1918. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Bagneux British Cemetery. Son of Elizabeth Roberts of 22, Goodman Street.
  • Rowlands, Robert Roger. Lance Corporal. Died 09/08/1918 aged 25. Canadian Infantry. Buried at Caix British Cemetery. Lived at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Llanberis, before emigrating to Canada. Brother of Mrs VE Simmonds, of 3, Haig Cottages, Wendover, Bucks.
  • Thomas, D, Private 54662. Died 23/08/1918 aged 36. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval. Son of Thomas Griffith Thomas, of Craig-y-Dinas, Cwmyglo; husband of Margaret Thomas (later Agonis), of 27, Upper Snowdon Terrace, Llanberis. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Thomas, John, Private 26444. Died 09/03/1919 aged 50. Royal Defence Corps. Buried at Llanrug (St. Michael) Churchyard. Son of William and Catherine Thomas, of Allt Goch, Cwmyglo, Carnarvon. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Thomas, Richard, Private. Of Victoria Terrace.
  • Thomas, Robert, Private 40124. Died 28/08/1916. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Thomas, Robert John, Private 151. Died 21/09/1915 aged 40. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery. Husband of AE Thomas of 8, Glanrafon Terrace, Nant Peris.
  • Williams, Arthur, Private 66197. Died 24/03/1918 aged 19. Cheshire Regiment. Arras Memorial.  Son of Elias and Margaret Williams of Cae Perthi, Nant Peris.
  • Williams, David Price, Corporal 11199. Died 06/04/1916 aged 26. South Wales Borderers. Buried at Mesnil Ridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart. Served as David Price. Son of Mary Williams, of Thomas Street. Brother of Owen Williams, below.
  • Williams, Evan, Lance Corporal 203157. Died 19/07/1918 aged 30. Royal Engineers. Buried at Pernes British Cemetery. Son of Evan and Rachel Williams, of Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Williams, Evan John, Private 21104. Died 24/04/1916 aged 25. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Rue-Du-Bacquerot No.1 Military Cemetery. Son of John and Margaret Williams of Llainwen. Lived at Tanygraig.
  • Williams, Jennie, Nurse. Died 31/01/1919 aged 45. Voluntary Aid Detachment. Buried Ste. Marie Cemetery. Daughter of John and Ellen Williams of Plas Coch.soldier icon
  • Williams, Kelyth Pierce Lloyd, Second Lieutenant. Died 17/10/1916 aged 21. Welsh Regiment. Buried Maroc British Cemetery. Son of Dr W Lloyd-Williams JP and Annie Lloyd-Williams of Bryngwyddfan, Llanberis, and later Llwyn-y-brain, Llanrug. Started studying medicine before enlisting.
  • Williams, Morris, Private 40430. Died 26/02/1917 aged 28. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Thiepval Memorial. Son of John Morris and Jane Williams of Tan y Dderwen, Nant Peris.
  • Williams, Owen. Private. Killed in action 15/7/1916. Son of Mary Williams, of Thomas Street.
  • Williams, Robert, Private 345654. Died of wounds 16/07/1917 aged 38. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Deir el Belah War Cemetery. Husband of Ann Williams of Cil Melyn, Warden Street. Left two children.soldier icon
  • Williams, Robert Morris, Private 40477. Died 01/09/1916. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Thiepval Memorial. Of Coed Mawr.
  • Williams, William Roberts, Private 21126. Died 22/01/1917 aged 30. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried at Varennes Military Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Robert Williams, of Tan-y-Ffynnon, Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Williams, John Richard, Private T/407696. Died 20/09/1918 aged 34. Army Service Corps, 10th Horse Transport Company. Buried at Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille. Husband of Mary Ellen Williams, of Tan y foel, Gallt y foel, Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
 

 

Second World War

  • Evans, Meirion, Guardsman 14652195. Died 11/08/1944 aged 19. Welsh Guards. Buried at Bayuex War Cemetery. Son of Harry and Ceridwen Evans, of Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Hayes, John.
  • Hughes, Owen Arfon, Gunner 4195709. Died 31/03/1942. Royal Artillery. Buried Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard. Son of Owen and Jennie Hughes. Brother of Thomas John Hughes.
  • Hughes, Thomas John, Fusilier 4194783. Died 12/04/1945 aged 24. Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment). Buried Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard. Son of Owen and Jennie Hughes. Brother of Owen Arfon Hughes.
  • Jones, Bobbie.
  • Jones, Goronwy Wyn, Sergeant (Navigator) 1125794. Died 03/04/1943 aged 21. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Buried at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. Son of Thomas Richard and Laura Jones.
  • Jones, John Glyn.
  • Jones, John Haydn, Sergeant 1164197. Died 01/03/1943 aged 21. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Runnymede Memorial. Son of John and Elizabeth Ann Jones.
  • Jones, Robert, Able Seaman C/JX 188657. Died 15/11/1942 aged 23. Royal Navy. Chatham Memorial. Son of Joseph and Ellen Jones of Llanberis. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Owen, Richard G.
  • Lewis, Joseph, Private 3646450. Died 21/04/1940. King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster). Buried Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard.
  • Morris, David Closs, Fusilier 4198266. Died 20/01/1944 aged 25. Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment). Buried at Minturno War Cemetery. Son of William Henry and Nellie Closs Morris, of Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Parry, John, Guardsman 2735655. Died 09/05/1943 aged 33. Welsh Guards. Buried at Massicault War Cemetery. Son of Hugh and Jane Parry, of Cwm-y-Glo, Caernarvonshire; husband of Jane Parry, of Cwn-y-Glo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
  • Roberts, Cemlyn Wyn, Fusilier 4197865. Died 31/03/1943 aged 24. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Buried at Llanberis (St. Peris) Churchyard. Son of Robert and Elizabeth Roberts.
  • Roberts, Bertie, Gunner 932358. Died 04/10/1943 aged 25. Royal Artillery. Buried Bari War Cemetery. Adopted son and nephew of Nesta Roberts.
  • Roberts, Llewelyn, Able Seaman D/SSX 21949. Died 23/04/1940 aged 24. Royal Navy. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of R. W. and Ellen Roberts.
  • Roberts, Richard, Sergeant 4188925. Died 31/01/1944 aged 32. Cassino Memorial, Italy. Middlesex Regiment. Son of Richard and Mary Roberts, of Cwmyglo.
  • Roberts, Thomas.
  • Williams, Ifor Hugh, Private 1546073. Died 22/08/1945 aged 45. Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Buried at Llanrug (St. Michael) Churchyard. Son of Hugh and Jane Williams, of Cwmyglo; husband of Hannah Mary Williams, of Cwmyglo. Not named on Llanberis war memorial.
 

 

 

Falklands

  • Roberts, John Raymond, Cook. Died 22/05/1982 aged 25. Royal Navy - HMS Ardent. Son of Twm John Roberts and Eileen Roberts, of Llanberis. One of 22 who died when the ship was bombed at Grantham Sound. Also commemorated on the Falklands National Monument in Cardiff.