Llanbradach war memorial

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Llanbradach war memorial

This war memorial commemorates local people who died in the First and Second World Wars. To discover who they were, see below.

First World War

Second World War

The memorial features a female statue holding a sword with one hand and pointing upwards with the other hand.

All Saints Church lost two of its bell ringers in the First World War: Charles Mountstephen and Fred Hurford. On 2 February 1918 a full peal of 5,040 changes, Grandsire Triples, was rung with the bells half-muffled as a tribute to the parish's war dead. The peal lasted for three hours and 7 minutes.

Brass plaques inside All Saints Church, which was demolished in 1994, commemorated two brothers who died in the First World War: David Stanley James and Thomas Treharne James. The church also contained a lectern given in memory of Captain WH Nicholls by his widow, Lilian May Nicholls.

Two Llanbradach men, Raymond Bassett Evans and Howard Skym, lost their lives in 1941 when the cargo ship on which they both worked, Swansea-registered SS Henri Mory, was sunk by a German submarine off Ireland.

With thanks to Byron Jones, Alan Regin and Dennis Sellwood, and to the Central Council of Church Bell Ringers

Postcode: CF83 3JX    View Location Map

 

 

 

First World War

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  • Ashman, Herbert F, Gunner 191538. Royal Garrison Artillery. Died 22/08/1921 aged 39. Buried Caerphilly (Penyrheol) Cemetery. Husband of Mrs W Ashman of 7, Lewis Terrace.
  • Baker, William, Private 487135. Died 30/08/1918. Labour Corps.
  • Banwell, Frank, Private 19377. Died 25/04/1916. Welsh Regiment. Basra Memorial.
  • Bassett, Walter, Private 14279. Died 30/04/1916. Dorsetshire Regiment. Basra Memorial. Born Newbridge and enlisted Caerphilly.
  • Beecham, David.
  • Bell, John Thomas, Private 11448. South Wales Borderers. Died 25/03/1915 aged 19. Le Touret Memorial. Son of James and Elizabeth Bell of 27, Richmond Terrace.
  • Bevan, Arthur Edwin, Private 14138. Died 18/09/1918 aged 34. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Doiran Memorial. Son of Phillip and Frances Bevan.
  • Bishop, Shadrack (or Shadrach). Lived at 19 Stanley Row. Probably: Bishop, S, Driver T4/059603. Died 20/12/1918. Royal Army Service Corps. Buried Caerphilly (Penyrheol) Cemetery.
  • Blake, David, Lance Corporal 260419. Died 28/06/1918 aged 28. Gloucestershire Regiment. Buried Aval Wood Military Cemetery. Son of Mrs E. Hooper of 22, Stanley Road.
  • Boon, Frank, Private 16411. Died 30/08/1918 aged 29. Somerset Light Infantry. Buried Dury Crucifix Cemetery. Son of James and Emma Boon of Crewkerne, Somerset; husband of Ada Jane Boon of 15 Wingfield Crescent.
  • Brown, S Walter, Private 5370. Died 06/08/1915 aged 31. Irish Guards. Buried Guards Cemetery. Son of James and Elizabeth Brown of Chard, Somerset. Husband of Hannah Leah Brown of 22, Rees Terrace. Not named on Llanbradach war memorial.
  • Bryant, Richard.
  • Bull, Wilfred, Private. Died 21/06/1917 aged 19. Lancashire Fusiliers. Buried Ramscappelle Road Military Cemetery. Son of James and Mary Bull, of Draycott, Cheddar, Somerset.
  • Burnett, Frank Isaac, Private 57944. Died 18/04/1918 aged 17. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Son of Frank and Florence Burnett of 6, Richmond Terrace.
  • Carpenter, Albert Burt, Private 17166. Died 02/08/1915. Somerset Light Infantry. Buried Sanctuary Wood Cemetery. Son of W and Susan Carpenter of Pontygwindy Bungalows, Caerphilly.
  • Churches, Thomas R, Private 4010. Died 28/03/1918. Arras Memorial. Welsh Guards.
  • Cole, Frederick John, Rifleman 9465. Rifle Brigade. Died 27/04/1915 aged 38. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Son of Henry John and Fanny Teresa Cole of 12 Ffrwd Terrace.
  • Collier, Alfred, Private 22204. Died 29/05/1916. Worcestershire Regiment. Basra Memorial.
  • Collister, John Henry Victor, Private 16874. Died 30/06/1916 aged 20. Essex Regiment. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Mrs L Collister of 19 Richmond Terrace.
  • Conner, James, Private 12693. Died 03/09/1916. King’s Liverpool Regiment. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Cook, William.
  • Crates, James William, Private 16588. Died 18/09/1915 aged 34. Duke of Wellington’s (West Riding Regiment). Helles Memorial. Son of Alice Crates; husband of Edith Maud Crates of 25 Sloan Street, Whitehall, Bristol.
  • Daniels, Evan, Private 33056. South Wales Borderers. Died 22/04/1916 aged 53. Buried Caerphilly (St. Martin) Churchyard. Husband of Hannah Daniels of 12 School Street.
  • Davies, Albert, Private 131073. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Died 27/5/1918 aged 21. Buried Soissons Memorial. Son of George Davies of I, Victoria Street; husband of Margaret Davies of 3, Victoria Street.
  • Davies, Arthur. Lived at 20 Church Street.
  • Davies, Isaac J, Private 75242. Died 04/11/1918 aged 22. Welsh Regiment. Buried Cross Roads Cemetery. Son of William and Margaret Davies of 39 Wingfield Crescent.
  • Davies, William J. Probably: Davies, William John, Flight Sergeant 8912. Died at home 22/10/1920 aged 33. Royal Air Force. Buried Ystrad Mynach (Holy Trinity) Churchyard. Son of David and Mary Davies; husband of E. Margaret Hamilton Davies of 26 Station Road, Ystrad Mynach. Born at Llanybydder.
  • Deakin, Andrew George, Private 17097. Died 03/07/1916. Hampshire Regiment. Buried Knightsbridge Cemetery.
  • Donovan, John, Serjeant 16610. Welsh Regiment. Died 22/12/1916 aged 47. Buried Ystrad Mynach (Holy Trinity) Churchyard. Son of John Donovan; husband of Sarah Donovan of 6 Tyn y graig Terrace.
  • East, William, Private 315680. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 02/04/1918. Buried Hedauville Communal Cemetery Extension. Also named on Caerphilly cenotaph.
  • Evans, Evan, Private 11378. Died 21/08/1915 aged 22. South Wales Borderers. Helles Memorial. Son of James and Rachael Evans of 33 Victoria Street.
  • Evans, James. Lived at 18 Victoria Street.
  • Evans, Percy Charles David, Captain. Died 23/12/1915 aged 42. Welsh Regiment. Buried St. Vaast Post Military Cemetery. Son of the David Weston Evans of Cardiff; husband of Sarah Annie Evans of 49, Castle Street, Caerphilly.
  • Faulkner, Fredrick J. Possibly: Faulkner, Frederick John, Private 7900. Died 18/11/1916. Machine Gun Corps. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Fox, George William Charles, Driver 32287. Died 07/11/1918 aged 21. Royal Field Artillery. Buried St. Sever Cemetery. Son of William Fox of 4, De Winton Terrace.
  • Gater, George Henry, Private 13685. Died 02/05/1916. King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. Buried La Clytte Military Cemetery.
  • Grant, George.
  • Grant, John, Private 31193. Died 10/07/1916. Welsh Regiment. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Green, George Henry, Private 10606. Died 10/03/1915 aged 32. Grenadier Guards. Le Touret Memorial. Son of George and Mary Green of 22, De Winton Terrace; husband of Ellen Green of 39, St. John’s Lane, Totterdown, Bristol.
  • Harding, Frederick, Private 72922. Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment). Died 28/08/1921 aged 38. Buried Caerphilly (St. Martin) Churchyard. Husband of E. Harding of 17, Coed y brain Road.
  • Havvock, James, Private 35177. Died 23/08/1918. Welsh Regiment. Buried Vis-en-Artois Cemetery. Son of Mrs Louisa Would of 24, Thomas Street, Trethomas, Newport.
  • Hoare, Hubert J, Private 2849. Died 14/05/1915 aged 44. South Lancashire Regiment. Buried Wimereux Communal Cemetery. Son of Hubert and Emma Hoare of Machen near Newport; husband of Mary Ann Hoare of 25, Coed y brain Road.
  • Hollbrooke, Albert, Rifleman 14424. Died 28/08/1916 aged 23. Royal Irish Rifles. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Harry and Lucy Holbrook of 8, Wingfield Terrace.
  • Hopkins, David J, Private 29682. Wiltshire Regiment. Died 09/04/1917. Buried Wancourt British Cemetery. Son of Mr J Hopkins of 21, Wingfield Crescent.
  • Hotchkiss, Albert Edward, Private 13597. Royal Irish Fusiliers. Died 12/11/1917 aged 21. Buried Beersheba War cemetery. Son of Rose Hotchkiss of 20, High Street.
  • Hudd, Alfred, Rifleman 9324. Royal Irish Rifles. Died 21/02/1915 aged 29. Buried Wimereux Communal Cemetery. Husband of Jennie Maud Hudd of 10, Richmond Terrace.
  • Hughes, David, Private 13737. Died 28/09/1918 aged 34. Royal Scots Fusiliers. Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of Francis and Ann Hughes of 4, School Street; husband of Laura Etta Hughes of 7, Mill Road, Caerphilly.
  • Hurford, Frederick, Corporal 14451. Died 25/09/1915 age 23. Royal Irish Rifles. Menin Gate. Son of Isaac Hurford and Sarah Hurford of Creech St Michael, Somerset. Worked as a miner in Llanbradach and lived at 35 Victoria Street. Was a bell ringer at All Saints’ Church, Llanbradach. Also commemorated on Creech St Michael war memorial.
  • Hurford, Jacob Henry, Private 15877. Died 08/05/1917. Devonshire Regiment. Arras Memorial.
  • Isaac, Walter James, Private 28840. Died 05/04/1918. Somerset Light Infantry. Buried Gommecourt Military Cemetery.
  • James, David Stanley, Private 846. Australian Infantry. Killed in action between 22/07/1916 and 25/07/1916 aged 24. Villers-Bretonneux Memorial. Son of John and Jane James of 48 Dewinton Terrace, and later of 8 Garden Avenue. Was a miner before enlisting at Hurstville, New South Wales. Brother of Thomas Treharne James, below. Was commemorated by a brass plaque in All Saints Church.
  • James, Edward.
  • James, Thomas Treharne, Stoker 1st Class K/18063. Royal Navy – Anson Battalion. Died 04/06/1915 aged 20. Helles Memorial. Son of John and Jane James of 48 Dewinton Terrace, and later of 8 or 13 Garden Avenue. Was commemorated by a brass plaque in All Saints Church.
  • Jenkins, William John, Private 441. Welsh Guards. Died 04/09/1917. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Jones, Cornelius Francis. Lived at 5 Glen View.
  • Jones, David.
  • Jones, Edward.
  • Jones, George, Private 16465. Died 08/06/1917. Welsh Regiment. Buried Medinghem Military Cemetery.
  • Jones, James, Private 14153. King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. Died 23/11/1916 aged 29. Buried Karasouli Military Cemetery. Son of William and Sarah Jones.
  • Jones, John D.
  • Jones, John Tom, Gunner 199574. Died 30/07/1921 aged 22. Royal Garrison Artillery. Buried Caerphilly (St. Martin) Churchyard. Son of William and Edith Jones; husband of Florence May Jones of 16, Richmond Terrace. Born at Llanbradach.
  • Jones, Owen, Private 34272. Died 01/03/1916 aged 42. Welsh Regiment. Buried Le Touret Military Cemetery. Son of Lewis and Jane Jones of Caernarfon; husband of Margaret Jones of 1, Thomas Street.
  • Jones, Theophilus, Corporal 15297. Died 04/09/1916. Devonshire Regiment. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Jones, William J.
  • Kenyon, William Ellis, Driver W/318. Died 27/01/1919 aged 50. Royal Field Artillery. Buried Caerphilly (St. Martin) Churchyard. Husband of Lydia Kenyon of 5, Oakfield Street.
  • Kinch, Harold, Private 15871. Died 30/12/1915. Devonshire Regiment. Buried Guards Cemetery. Lived at 10 Wingfield Crescent.
  • Lewis, Emrys, Private 13608. Died 09/08/1915 aged 25. Royal Irish Fusiliers. Helles Memorial. Son of Edmund and Elizabeth Lewis of 2, Tyn y graig Terrace.
  • Lewis, Hubert, Private 15458. Devonshire Regiment. Died 31/08/1918 aged 27. Buried Vaulx Hill Cemetery. Son of Gwylm and Mary Lewis of 3, Horace Terrace.
  • Lewis, Idris, Stoker 2nd Class K/46168. Died 06/04/1918 aged 28. Royal Navy - HMS Vanessa II. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Gwilym and Mary Lewis of 3, Horace Terrace.
  • Lewis, Richard.
  • Lloyd, David.
  • Lowe, Thomas.
  • Lynch, James. Lived at 8 Morgan Street.
  • Male, William.
  • Mason, Charles.
  • May, George Walter, Driver T/36175. Died 15/10/1918 aged 22. Army Service Corps – attached to Australian Mounted Divison. Buried Damascus Commonwealth War Cemetery. Son of William and Martha May of 16, Tyn y graig Road.
  • Milton, Ernest.
  • Moore, Henry W.
  • Morris, William J, Corporal 34692. Died 22/07/1916 aged 26. Welsh Regiment. Buried Hebuterne Military Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Jane Morris; husband of Sarah Hannah Morris of 3, Horace Terrace.
  • Mountstephen, Charles Henry, Private 15984. Died 02/10/1916 aged 29. Devonshire Regiment. Buried Grove Town Cemetery. Son of William and Ellen Mountstephen; husband of Emily Mountstephen (nee Snook). Born in Cheltenham. Married in 1911. Left a son, William, born in 1912. Was a colliery labourer and bell ringer at All Saints’ Church, Llanbradach.
  • Murphy, Joseph, Lance Corporal 32869. Welsh Regiment. Died 08/12/1915 aged 36. Caerphilly (Penyrheol) Cemetery. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Murphy of 24, Tyn-y-Graig Road.
  • Nicholas, Joseph, Private 13611. Died 03/05/1917 aged 28. Royal Irish Fusiliers. Buried Agny Military Cemetery. Husband of Mrs S Nicholas of 4, School Street.
  • Nicholls, William Harold, Captain. Died 26/01/1917 aged 29. Australian Infantry. Buried Guards Cemetery. Son of William and Catherine Nicholls; husband of Lilian May Nicholls of 3, Central Terrace. Native of Tenby. Was commemorated by a lectern in All Saints Church.soldier icon
  • Norris, William, Private 15286. Died 26/08/1915. Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Buried Green Hill Cemetery.
  • O’Brien, James, Private 32830. Died 03/10/1915. Welsh Regiment. Buried Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery. Lived at 66 Stanley Terrace.
  • O’Connell, David. Probably: O’Connell, Daniel, Private 13583. Died 07/06/1917. Royal Irish Fusiliers. Buried Locre Hospice Cemetery. Enlisted in Caerphilly, born and lived in Limerick. It is known that a Daniel O’Connell of 41 Wingfield Crescent served in the armed forces.
  • Piper, Alfred J. Lived at 1 Wingfield Crescent. Born c.1894 and employed as coal miner hewer. Son of Alfred Piper.
  • Poyner, Alfred Ernest, Private 11482. Welsh Regiment. Died 25/01/1915 aged 18. Le Touret Memorial. Son of Mrs Lucy Poyner, of Ivy Cottage, Froome, Hereford. Lived at 11 Lewis Terrace. Brother of William Henry, below.
  • Poyner, William Henry. Private 2772. Died 16/08/1915. Herefordshire Regiment. Son of Mrs Lucy Poyner, of Ivy Cottage, Froome, Hereford. Buried Azmak Cemetery. Lived at 11 Lewis Terrace.
  • Pring, Albert George, Private 36020. Died 02/10/1915. Welsh Regiment. Loos Memorial.
  • Pryce, George, Private 17637. Died 07/06/1917. South Wales Borderers. Buried Klein-Vierstraat British Cemetery. Son of William and Margaret Pryce; husband of Mary Ann Pryce of 115, East Road, Tylorstown. Lived at 2 Stanley Terrace.
  • Pugh, Brinley.
  • Pugh, Thomas John, Lance Corporal 15955. Died 04/10/1915. Welsh Regiment. Buried Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. Son of John and Jane Pugh.
  • Ravenhill, James, Private 21786. Died 06/08/1915. Worcestershire Regiment. Buried Redoubt Cemetery.
  • Rees, Evan. Lived at 59 Coedybrain Road.
  • Remnant, John Reuban, Private 14168. Died 23/11/1916 aged 20. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Buried Karasouli Military Cemetery. Son of Rose Emily Yeo of 18, Wingfield Crescent.
  • Roberts, John.
  • Shaddick, Edward, Corporal 14990. Died 01/12/1917 aged 21. Somerset Light Infantry. Buried St. Souplet British Cemetery. Son of Bertha Shaddick of 60, De Winton Terrace.
  • Shaughnessy, Dennis, Private 31168. Died 11/07/1916. Welsh Regiment. Buried Flatiron Copse Cemetery.
  • Sheppard, William A.
  • Smith, Ben.
  • Smith, William Henry, Sergeant 50457. Died 21/03/1918. Royal Garrison Artillery. Buried Grevillers British Cemetery. Lived at 39 Wingfield Crescent.
  • Spragg, Frederick Watkins, Sapper 79625. Died 27/04/1916. Royal Engineers. Arras Memorial. Lived at 25 Coedybrain Road.
  • Stride, Henry George, Lance Corporal G/81295. The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment). Died 29/10/1918 aged 25. Tezze British Cemetery. Son of Cornelius and Rosa Emma Stride, of 23, Alma Road, Penylan, Cardiff.
  • Tilley, John Charles, Driver 25853. Royal Field Artillery. Died 19/02/1921. Buried at Caerphilly (St Marin) Churchyard. Lived at 12 Richmond Terrace.
  • Townley, Charles, Lance Sergeant 20020. Died 07/06/1916. South Wales Borderers. Buried Rue-Du-Bacquerot (13th London) Graveyard.
  • Veal, Albert V.
  • Vines, Albert, Private 14011. Died 02/08/1917. Machine Gun Corps. Menin Gate Memorial.
  • Walton, Stanley, Private 5556. Died 18/07/1916. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Warren, F Charles. Lived at 26 Thomas Street.
  • Wearing, Charles. Lived at 16 High Street.
  • Welsh, William.
  • White, George.
  • Wilson, Alf.
  • Willis, Joseph. Lived at 58 Dewinton Terrace.
  • Wilson, Reginald, Private 13612. Royal Irish Rifles. Died 26/11/1918 aged 32. Buried Ystrad Mynach (Holy Trinity) Churchyard. Lived at 8 James Street.
  • Williams, Albert Henry, Driver T/325948. Died 20/07/1918. Royal Army Service Corps. Buried Tourgeville Military Cemetery.
  • Williams, David T, Driver 52174. Died 25/10/1917 aged 23. Royal Engineers. Buried Canada Farm Cemetery. Son of David and Caroline Williams of 9, School Street. Native of Abertillery.
  • Williams, Edwin, Private 4789. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 14/01/1915 aged 18. Ploegsteert Memorial. Son of David and Caroline Elizabeth Williams of 9, School Street.
  • Williams, Frank Oliver George, Gunner W/3305. Died 12/08/1917 aged 24. Royal Field Artillery. Buried Canada Farm Cemetery. Son of William Williams of 4, Summerset Street, Lower Grange Road, Pontnewydd.; husband of Mary Williams of 88, School Street.
  • Williams, Joseph.
  • Williams, William John, Private 10655. South Wales Borderers. Died 18/02/1917 aged 31. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Edmond Williams of 32, School Street.
  • Williams, W John, Private 66040. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). Died 10/10/1918. Kirkee 1914-1918 Memorial. Son of Mrs R. Jones (formerly Williams) of 5, Stanley Terrace.
  • Wise, Herbert.
 

 

Second World War

  • Annetts, Thomas William, Serjeant 317597. Died 07/05/1943 aged 27. Royal Armoured Corps. Medjez-El-Bab Memorial.
  • Buck, Edward Samuel, Sergeant - Air Gunner 1313328. Died 28/05/1943. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve – 10 Squadron. Buried Sleen General Cemetery.
  • Busby, Frederick John, Guardsman 2734812. Died 23/09/1945 aged 24. Welsh Guards. Buried Caerphilly (Penyrheol) Cemetery. Son of William and Iris Busby; nephew of Mr F. Robins of Pwllypant, Caerphilly.
  • Crowe, T.
  • Downes, William Henry Bill, Gunner 1085753. Died 29/11/1944 aged 31. Royal Artillery. Buried Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. Son of Thomas Frederick and Sarah Downes; husband of Esther Downes.
  • Evans, Raymond Bassett, Galley Boy. Died 26/04/01941 aged 19. Merchant Navy - SS Henri Mory (Swansea). Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Evan Henry Evans and Ann Evans, of Abertridwr. Died when his ship was sunk by a U-boat off Ireland. Howard Skym, below, was on the same ship and also died.
  • Edwards, G.
  • Furze, R.
  • James, E H.
  • Jenkins, Raymond David George, Ordinary Signalman D/JX298141. Died 10/04/1944 aged 20. Royal Navy - HMS Lookout. Buried Ystrad Mynach (Holy Trinity) Churchyard. Son of Ivor and Blodwen Jenkins.
  • Jones, B.
  • Jones, Kenneth Albert Edward, Leading Steward P/LX 22896. Died 08/05/1942 aged 22. Royal Navy - HM Submarine Olympus. Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Son of Edward and Emma Jones.
  • Lannon, J. Possibly: Lannon, James Edward, Private 4031159. Died 21/05/1940 aged 34. King's Shropshire Light Infantry. Buried Froyennes Communal Cemetery. Son of Michael and Annie Lannon of Cardiff.
  • Malloy, Thomas Lindsay Palmer, Gunner(T). Died 19/08/1941 aged 32. Royal Navy - HMS Foresight. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of William and Annie Malloy; husband of Phyllis Irene Malloy.
  • Mathews, G.
  • Mills, Melville, Fireman and Trimmer. Died 24/05/1942 aged 27. Merchant Navy - SS Zurichmoor (London). Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Jonah and Sarah Mills of Llanbradach; husband of May C. Mills of South Shields, County Durham. Died when his ship was sunk by a U-boat east of Philadelphia, USA.
  • Morgan, Ronald Raymond, Private 3386858. Died 16/07/1944 aged 24. East Lancashire Regiment. Buried Fontenay-Le-Pesnel War Cemetery. Son of Daniel and Beatrice Morgan; husband of Phyllis Morgan. Not named on Llanbradach war memorial.
  • Morris, G.
  • Perrett, Thomas Arthur, Gunner 1582417. Died 18/08/1944 aged 31. Royal Artillery. Buried Banneville-La-Campagne War Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs W. H. Perrett.
  • Roynon, Edward John, Sergeant - Wireless Operator/Air Gunner 1314292. Died 16/12/1943 aged 21. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - 466 Squadron. Buried Harrogate (Stonefall) Cemetery. Son of John and Mary Louise Roynon.
  • Rudge, Ronald Allen James, Sergeant - Wireless Operator/Air Gunner, 1316548. Died 20/02/1944 aged 21. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve – 83 Squadron. Buried Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery. Son of James and Irene Elizabeth Rudge; husband of Ida Louise Rudge.
  • Rowberry, H. Probably: Rowberry, Henry John, Lance Bombardier 1155047. Died 12/02/1944 aged 29. Royal Artillery. East Africa Memorial. Son of John and Alice Rowberry; husband of Glenys Rowberry of Barmouth.
  • Smith, George, Private 4619872. Died 02/09/1941 aged 24. Border Regiment. Buried St. Albans (Hatfield Road) Cemetery. Son of Albert and Lily Smith; husband of Ruby Alice Smith.
  • Smith, George William, Sergeant 818186. Died 29/02/1944 aged 31. Royal Air Force (Auxiliary Air Force). Runnymede Memorial. Son of William George and Winnefred Smith; husband of Phyllis Rose Smith.
  • Smith, L G.
  • Skym, Howard, Third Officer. Died 26/04/1941 aged 26. Merchant Navy - SS Henri Mory (Swansea). Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Phillip and Margaretta Skym of Llanbradach. Born in Bedwas. Died when his ship was sunk by a U-boat off Ireland. RB Evans, above, was on the same ship and also died.
  • Tilley, Leonard Augustious, Fusilier 4186823. Died 02/04/1942 aged 36. Royal Welch Fusiliers. Buried Caerphilly (Penyrheol) Cemetery. Son of Margaret Tilley; husband of Kathleen Tilley.
  • Vernalls, Francis Henry, Able Seaman P/J 144945. Died 05/06/1944 aged 29. Royal Navy - HMS Caledon. Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Husband of Mabel Vernalls.
  • Webb, H.
  • Williams, Eric Evan, Leading Telegraphist D/JX 137216. Died 08/06/1940 aged 23. Royal Navy - HMS Glorious. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Evan and Laura Williams.
  • Williams, John, Private Service 3914238. Died 05/08/1944 aged 33. South Wales Borderers. Buried Taukkyan War Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs WJ Williams.
  • Williams, Margaret Elizabeth. Civilian. Died 24/11/1940 aged 18. Daughter of Mr J Williams of 25 De-Winton Terrace. Died at 8 Hengrove Avenue, Bristol, as a result of bombing by the Luftwaffe. Not named on Llanbradach war memorial.
  • Woodcroft, F.