Llandudno war memorial, First World War

The following men from Llandudno died in the First World War.

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  • Allen, Alfred James Benedict, Second Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 3/3/1916 aged 20. Buried Le Touret Military Cemetery. Son of Alfred and Jane Monica Allen of Great Orme. Studied at Catholic colleges at Mardesous and Bruges in Belgium.
  • Archer, Robert Henry (Harry), Lance Bombardier 76751. Royal Field Artillery (51st Battery). Died 16/4/1918 aged 22. Buried Duhallow A.D.S. Cemetery. Son of Arthur and Mary Archer of Bella Vista, Church Walks. Born Stone, Staffordshire. An electrician by trade.
  • Astall, Thomas James, Private 265786. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1/6th Battalion). Died 28/12/1917 aged 26. Buried Jerusalem War Cemetery. Son of William and Hannah Astall of 42, Rishton Street, Everton, Liverpool. Was a donkey handler on Llandudno beach.
  • Atherton, Ellis, Private 32515. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 16/8/1916 aged 41. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Thomas and Mary Ann Atherton; husband of Annie Atherton of 38, Mowbray Road. Ellis was the father of six children.
  • Ayres, Jesse, Gunner 695451. Royal Field Artillery (B Battery, 258th Brigade). Died 28/5/1917 aged 29. Buried Anzac Cemetery. Son of Jesse Robert and Mary Ayres of 10, Camden Place, Brackley St Peter, Brackley. Clerical worker for the London & North Western Railway at Llandudno.
  • Bagnall, Phillip Walter Jowett, Second Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1/6th Battalion). Died 10/8/1915 aged 19. Helles Memorial. Only son of Captain Walter George Bagnall, Hawthorpe Hall, Uppermill, Oldham and Ucheldre, Tan-y-Bryn Road. Attended Sywell House School, Rhyl.
  • Barlow, Walter Richard, Private 40738 South Wales Borderers (2nd Battalion) formerly Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 16/8/1917 aged 33. Buried Artillery Wood Cemetery. Husband of Elinor Barlow (nee Owen) of 2, Bay View Terrace, Great Orme. The father of three worked for Mr Thompson the newsagent of Mostyn Street before enlisting.
  • Basford, John, Private 19966. Lancashire Fusiliers (16th Battalion). Died 1/4/1917 aged 25. Buried Savy British Cemetery. Son of Harry and Mary Basford of 231, Morton Street, Manchester; husband of Elizabeth Basford of 16, Lamb Street, Longsight, Manchester. Brother in law of David, Evan and John Hobson. Formerly a hairdresser.
  • Bennett, George Arthur, Second Lieutenant. Royal Warwickshire Regiment (2/6th Battalion). Died 3/12/1917 aged 31. Cambrai Memorial. Son of George and Sarah Bennett of Birmingham. Played with the Halle and Llandudno Pier orchestras before enlisting.
  • Bone, Victor Arnold, Captain. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (11th Battalion). Died 18/9/1918 aged 21. Buried Doiran Military Cemetery. Son of Ernest Edgar and Bessie Frances Bone of Rocknest, Roumania Crescent. Native of Llanrhos. Attended Brighton College.
  • Bonnet, Jean Felix, Gunner, 220726 Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery (C Battery 103rd Brigade). Died 11/11/1918 aged 30. Buried Giavera British Cemetery. Son of Jean and Marie Bonnet. Of La Mer Vue, Lloyd Street. Fell to his death from the back of a lorry.
  • Boole, Percival Stanley, Private 201331. King's Liverpool Regiment (13th Battalion). Died 27/4/1918 aged 29. Buried Etaples Military Cemetery. Son of John and Elizabeth Boole of The Green, Rawmarsh, Rotherham. Native of Llandudno. Employed as a printing compositor.
  • Boyce, Samuel Christopher, Private 315503. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (23rd Battalion). Died 9/10/1919 aged 29. Buried Great Orme’s Head Cemetery. Son of William and Annie Boyce of 1, Wyddfyd Cottage. Died of pulmonary tuberculosis at home.
  • Brett, George, Private DM2/135272. Royal Army Service Corps (16th Division Motor Transport Company). Died 9/2/1919 aged 28. Buried St Andre Communal Cemetery. George survived the war but was a victim of the influenza pandemic of 1918/1919.
  • Briggs, William Oscar, Private 38486. South Wales Borderers (10th Battalion) formerly King’s Shropshire Light Infantry. Died 28/8/1917 aged 19. Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of William and Elizabeth Briggs of 3, South Parade. Former pupil of John Bright School.
  • Brocklehurst, Wilfrid Stanley, Major. Royal Welch Fusiliers formerly Derbyshire Yeomanry. Died 15/5/1920 aged 30. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of William Tyrer Brocklehurst and Mary Brocklehurst of Perthi, 15, St. Mary's Road. A journalist before enlisting in the army.
  • Brown, Waldran, Private 357251. King's Liverpool Regiment (2/10th Battalion). Died 29/4/1917 aged 23. Buried Erquinghem-Lys Churchyard. Son of Richard and Margaret Brown of 42, Madoc Street. Worked for the Customs and Excise in Liverpool.
  • Brown, Wilfred, Private 19039. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (D Company, 16th Battalion). Died 11/7/1916 aged 20. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Amy Brown of Eversley, 1, Hill Terrace. Worked as a hairdresser.
  • Brownfield, Reginald John (Roy), Captain. Royal Warwickshire Regiment (2nd Battalion). Died 18/12/1914 aged 28. Thiepval Memorial. Mentioned in Dispatches. Son of Douglas and Martha Brownfield of Peachfield Cottage, Malvern Common, Worcestershire. Attended Sandhurst Military Academy.
  • Burton, George F, Private 2644. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1/6th Battalion). 10/8/1915 aged 20. Helles Memorial. Son of Fred Samuel and Eliza Burton of 8, St. Beuno's Road, Great Orme. Born in Buxton, Derbyshire.
  • Cadman, Charles Joseph, Lieutenant. Royal Engineers (150th Infantry Brigade, Signal Service). Died 26/1/1917 aged 24. Buried Flatiron Copse Cemetery. Awarded Military Cross. Son of James Cope and Betty Cadman of The Cloughs, Newcastle, Staffordshire. Charles attended Birmingham University and had just passed his 2nd year examinations for a BSc in mining when the war broke out
  • Carter, Howard Douglas, Private M2/134433. Army Service Corps (Mechanical Transport). Died 10/7/1917 aged 22. Arras Memorial. Son of George and Julia Carter. Howard was born and educated in Cambridge before moving to Llandudno.
  • Clarke, Arthur T, Private 15530. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (16th Battalion). Died 3/7/1918 aged 27. Buried Varennes Military Cemetery. Son of W and Ellen Clarke; husband of J T Clarke of Bryn Horeb, Great Orme's Head. Worked at the Little Orme quarries before enlisting.
  • Clayton, John, Private 27665. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 29/8/1916. Thiepval Memorial. Son of John and Elizabeth Clayton. John was an ironmonger salesman living at 16 Porchester Gardens, Paddington, London when he enlisted.
  • Conolly, Charles Wilding, Lance Corporal 51189. Northumberland Fusiliers (C Company, 1/4th Battalion). Died 13/8/1918 aged 36. Buried Glageon Communal Cemetery. Son of Alfred and Catherine Conolly; husband of Mary Summers Conolly of Dunelm, Linden Road, Gosforth.
  • Crossley, Harry Fielden, Lance Corporal 25771. Lancashire Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 10/2/1917 aged 19. Buried Sailly-Saillisel British Cemetery. Son of Fielden and Sarah Crossley of Hillcrest, Craigside. Was in charge of a Lewis gun team when hit by shell – entire team killed.
  • Davies, Daniel, Bombardier 310050. Royal Garrison Artillery (Carnarvonshire Battery). Died 20/10/1919 aged 27. Buried Bebington Cemetery.
  • Davies, David, Gunner 220671. Royal Field Artillery (A Battery, 232nd Brigade). Died 21/3/1918 aged 19. Arras Memorial. Son of William and Ellen Davies of 13, Alexandra Road.
  • Davies, David Claude Graham, Second Lieutenant. Royal Garrison Artillery (1st Siege Battery). Died 15/5/1915 aged 23. Buried Bethune Town Cemetery. Son of Thomas John and Annie Louisa Davies of Awelon, 15, Holbrook Avenue, Rugby. Born at Llanrwst. Played football for Llandudno, Leicester and Bangor University.
  • Davies, Frank Goodman, Rifleman 242195. King's Liverpool Regiment (2/6th Battalion). Died 4/9/1918 aged 24. Buried Quebec Cemetery. Son of Mrs Jane Walker of Dorcote, 18, Garston Old Road, Cressington, Liverpool. Frank was killed when he stepped onto a land-mine.
  • Davies, George, Serjeant 20018. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 6/7/1916. Buried Dantzig Alley British Cemetery. Worshipped St Andrew’s Church.
  • Davies, Hugh, Rifleman 201156. King's Liverpool Regiment (1/5th Battalion). Died 20/9/1917. Buried Tyne Cot Cemetery. Husband of Mrs A Davies of No. 3 Flat, York Mansions, 25, Vaughan Street. He had one child and worked for the London & North Western Railway.
  • Davies, Ivor, Gunner 229490. Royal Garrison Artillery (251st Brigade). Died 8/7/1918 aged 30. Buried Niederzwehren Cemetery. Son of John and Ellinor Davies; husband of Phoebe Davies.
  • Davies, James, Private 16596. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (9th Battalion). Died 25/9/1915. Loos Memorial. Parents did not know of the fate of their son and in February 1916 wrote to the army record’s office in Shrewsbury explaining that they had not heard from him since September 1915. Many months later they received a letter telling them that James had been killed.
  • Davies, Mervyn Sinclair, Private 61350. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2nd Battalion). Died 28/11/1917 aged 22. Buried Tyne Cot Cemetery. Son of David and Jane Davies of Leyburn, Maelgwyn Road. Worked for J E Davies, grocer, Somerset Street. Brother serving with the Royal Naval Air Service.
  • Davies, Robert Edward, Private 33291. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (16th Battalion). Died 31/7/1917. Buried Dragoon Camp Cemetery.
  • Davies, Robert Victor, Private 56806. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (15th Battalion). Died 31/7/1917 aged 20. Menin Gate. Only son of Robert and Mary Grace Davies of Pretty, Amlwch.
  • Davies, Will (Denbigh)
  • Davies, William, Private 26208. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2nd Battalion). Died 3/8/1917 aged 25. Buried Etaples Military Cemetery. Son of William and Ellen Davies of 13, Alexandra Road. Brother of David Davies.
  • Downes, G J, Private. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Worked for the Silver Motor Company in Llandudno.
  • Dunphy, Bernard, Lieutenant. Royal Naval Reserve - HMS Bayano. Died 11/3/1915 aged 33. Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Son of Stephen and Catherine Dunphy of 111 Mostyn Street; husband of Edna Mary Dunphy. Torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine off Stranraer. Bernard’s brother Jack serving with Army Veterinary Corps and second brother, solicitor CS Dunphy enlisted into the Army Service Corps.
  • Eccles, Robert Sinclair, Boy 1st Class J/30761. Royal Navy - HMS Defence. Died 31/5/1916 aged 17. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Robert and Elizabeth Eccles of Great Orme's Head Lighthouse. Robert served in the Royal Navy for two years before his death in the Battle of Jutland.
  • Edwards, Cadwaladar (Walley), Private 35026. Princess of Wales's Own Yorkshire Regiment (13th Battalion) formerly Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 11/11/1918 aged 21. Buried Niederzwehren Cemetery. Son of Edward and Catherine Edwards of 1 Roger Williams Yard, Back Madoc Street. Taken as a prisoner of war and believed to have been held at Bad Lanterberg.
  • Edwards, David, Private 8408. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 30/10/1914 aged 28. Menin Gate. Played half back for Llandudno Amateurs and worked at the gas works.
  • Edwards, Edwin, Private 33327. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 3/12/1915 aged 36. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Robert and Emma Edwards of 1, Minafon, Bangor; husband of Annie Edwards of 5, Bodafon Street.
  • Edwards, Robert E. Private 19509. Gloucestershire Regiment (13th Service Battalion Forest of Dean Pioneers). Died 3 May 1915 aged 36. Buried Great Malvern Cemetery. Enlisted 1914. Admitted to hospital in Malvern where he died of pneumonia.
  • Edwards, Sidney Albert, Lance Corporal 54376. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 29/10/1918 aged 21. Buried Englefontaine British Cemetery. Son of Samuel and E L Edwards of 3, Tan-yr-Allt Cottages, Cwlach Road. Sidney was an apprentice plumber and a prominent member of the town’s band.
  • Elcock, Francis W, Private DM2/151407. Royal Army Service Corps (Mechanical Transport attached to 60th Siege Battery. Ammunition Column). Died 12 Feb 1919 aged 22. Buried Mons (Bergen) Communal Cemetery. Son of Francis and Lizzie Elcock of Craigside Cottage.
  • Evans, Caradoc, Private 63724. Royal Welch Fusiliers (24th Battalion). Died 15/5/1920 aged 27. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Philip and Elizabeth Evans of 5, Pleasant Street, Craig-y-Don. Wounded in head, limbs and lost his left eye in Palestine and hospitalised in Port Said.
  • Evans, Caradoc, Corporal 267970. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2/6th Battalion). Died 30/6/1918 aged 19. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Youngest son of John and Ellen Evans of 9, Charlton Street. Before the war was employed by Mr Smith, dyers and cleaners of Mostyn Street.
  • Evans, Daniel, Gunner 310581. Royal Garrison Artillery (Caernarfon Battery). Died 2/10/1919 aged 25. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of Hugh and Mary Evans of 2, Belle Vue Terrace, Great Orme's Head. Daniel was initially in the Royal Navy and was the first local man to be injured in the First World War when HMS Amphion was mined in the North Sea.
  • Evans, David, Private G/53513. Duke of Cambridge's Own Middlesex Regiment (1/8th Battalion). Died 24/8/1918. Buried Douchy-les-Ayette British Cemetery. He was a married father of one and worked as a bricklayer in Manchester.
  • Evans, Donald Goulding, Private 44954. Northumberland Fusiliers (1/5th Battalion) formerly Welsh Cyclists Division. Died 29/10/1917. Buried Dozinghem Military Cemetery. Before enlisting, Donald was a painter and decorator with his father.
  • Evans, John, Private 491855. London Regiment (1/13th Kensington Battalion). Died 18/4/1917 aged 33. Buried London Cemetery. Son of Hugh Evans of Syene, Great Ormes Road, West Shore. Brother of Joshua Evans. Worked for Pierce Bros grocers at Liverpool House.
  • Evans, John Jones, Private 240753. Norfolk Regiment transferred to Labour Corps. Died 12/2/1919 aged 37. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of David Evans of 4, Cottage, Victoria Yard, Back Madoc Street.
  • Evans, Joshua (John), Sergeant L/9999. Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery. Died 28/10/1917 aged 28. Buried Bleuet Farm Cemetery. Husband of E Evans of 28, Crescent Road, Cheetham Hill, Manchester.
  • Evans, Stephen, Serjeant 40849. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 8/4/1917 aged 30. Arras Memorial. Son of David and Elizabeth Evans of 21, New Street, Abergele. Was a serving Police Constable when he enlisted in Llandudno.
  • Evans, Thomas, Private 15529. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 17/2/1916 aged 22. Menin Gate. Son of Ellis and Ellen Evans of 1, Cromlech Road. Thomas was killed instantaneously when a shell exploded.
  • Evans, William Rowland, Able Seaman Mersey Z/792. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Howe Battalion). Tyne Cot Memorial. Died 26/10/1917 aged 25. Son of Robert and Catherine Evans of Mount Olives, Augusta Street. A signaller in the navy, William was a painter before the war.
  • Fildes, Arthur, Private 33084. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (3rd Battalion). Died 11/1/1917 aged 35. Husband of Florence May Fildes, 38, Mostyn Street.
  • Foulkes, Frederick, Private 52815. Northumberland Fusiliers (1/6th Battalion). Died 11/4/1918 aged 19. Ploegsteert Memorial. Son of Henry Thomas and Margaret Foulkes of 11, Council Street.
  • Foulkes, Joseph, Private 23449. King's Liverpool Regiment (14th Battalion). 24/6/1917 aged 23. Buried Doiran Military Cemetery. Son of Joseph and Annie Foulkes of Bon Air, Oxford Road. Previously employed by the London & North Western Railway at Llandudno as a carriage cleaner.
  • Furber, Reginald, Private 42294. Manchester Regiment (16th Battalion) formerly Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died of wounds 26/9/1917 aged 20. Buried Pond Farm Cemetery. Enlisted in Llandudno in 1915.
  • Gatley, Harold, Private 20039. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 7/10/1916 aged 20. Buried Essex Farm Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Gatley of Spring Grove, Clifton Road. Worked at the Orme Cycle Depot on Vaughan Street before the war.
  • George, Alfred Christopher, Private 87113. King’s Liverpool Regiment (1st Battalion). Died 21/3/1918 to 26/3/1918 aged 30. Arras Memorial.
  • Gilks, Herbert Patrick, Private 235401. Lancashire Fusiliers (15th Battalion). Died 10/8/1918 aged 30. Vis-en-Artois Memorial. Son of William and Clara Gilks of St John's Terrace, Kenilworth. Worked as a hotel porter at the Imperial Hotel.
  • Grant, Kenneth, Serjeant 9510. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry (5th Battalion). Died 9/5/1917 aged 25. Buried Tilloy British Cemetery. Nephew of Florence Hague of 7 Grove Street, Oxford.
  • Griffiths, Ellis, Private 52269. Lincolnshire Regiment (1st Battalion). Died 19/9/1918 aged 20. Vis-en-Artois Memorial. Son of Edward and Elizabeth Griffiths of 10, Cwlach Street. Ellis had only been in France eight weeks when killed by a shell from an enemy bombardment.
  • Griffiths, John Jones, Private 19087. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 23/7/1917 aged 19. Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery.
  • Harris, James Cowley, Private 12398. Cheshire Regiment (2nd Battalion). Died 30/4/1915 aged 41. Menin Gate. Brother of Mr RG Harris of 27, Alexandra Road.
  • Hewitson, Basil Victor Bate, Private 2949. South Staffordshire Regiment (1/6th Battalion). Died 13/10/1915 aged 19. Loos Memorial. Son of Thomas and Nellie Hewitson of Kinmel House.
  • Hill, Frank, Private 38108. Welsh Regiment (2nd Battalion). Died 4/10/1915 aged 27. Buried Le Treport Military Cemetery. Suffered gunshot wounds in both legs and died of his injuries in Canadian General Hospital, Treport.
  • Hobson, David, Private 44976. Northumberland Fusiliers (19th Battalion). Died 21/4/1919 aged 23. Buried St Tudno’s Churchyard, Great Orme. Brother of Evan and John Hobson, below. Cousin of William James Hobson, below. Brother-in-law of John Basford. David was discharged from the army injured and with shell shock. He returned home but with the death of two of his brothers, cousin and brother in law, found it hard to cope. An inquest concluded that his death was “attributed to the war”.
  • Hobson, Evan, Private 21627. Gloucestershire Regiment (14th Battalion). Died 21/8/1917 aged 29. Buried Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery. Son of John and Jane Hobson of Ivy Mount, Tyn-y-coed, Great Orme's Head. Brother of David and John Hobson. Cousin of William James Hobson. Brother-in-law of John Basford. Employed by coachbuilder, John Roberts before the war.
  • Hobson, John, Private 44142. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (13th Battalion). Died 22/6/1917. Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery. Brother of David and Evan Hobson. Cousin of William James Hobson. Brother-in-law of John Basford. After attending St George’s National School, John was apprenticed as a shoemaker.
  • Hobson, William James, Private 15532. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 30/3/1916 aged 20. Menin Gate. Son of Joseph and Ellen Hobson of 2, Tan y Graig. Cousin of Evan, David and John Hobson. Shot through the head by a sniper.
  • Hogan, Frank, Gunner 874831. 4th Canadian Field Artillery. Died 1/11/1918 aged 34. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Michael Henry and F M Hogan of Kincora, 33, St. Mary's Road. Excelled in both academic study and athletics.
  • Hornsby, John Philip Skipworth, Captain. South Wales Borderers (10th Battalion). Died 2/9/1918 aged 29. Buried Sailly-Saillisel British Cemetery. Son of John Edward and Florence Eveline Hornsby of Ormiston, Morfa Road. Son of the headmaster of Llandudno’s church school. Was a reservist in the Liverpool Scottish before the war.
  • Houston, Arthur, Private 20008. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 18 May 1915. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary Churchyard, Llanrhos. Originally from Ventnor, Isle of Wight.
  • Hughes, Arthur Price, Captain. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 31/3/1921 aged 29. Buried Great Ormes's Head Cemetery. Son of Mr WO and Mrs ME Hughes of Bank House.
  • Hughes, Daniel, Second Lieutenant, Gordon Highlanders (8th Battalion). Died 23/7/1916. Thiepval Memorial. Brother-in-law of James Alexander McDonald. Last seen leading his men into battle when he was badly wounded and fell into a shell hole.
  • Hughes, Edward Morris, Private 25879. Lancashire Fusiliers (2nd Battalion). Died 9 Aug 1917 aged 30. Buried Level Crossing Cemetery. Husband of Margaret Hughes of 2, Belle Vue Terrace, Great Orme. Brother of John Hughes (33316), below.
  • Hughes, Hugh Darrel, Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (8th Battalion). Died 14/1/1917. Basra Memorial. Was a child chorister at Llandudno’s Holy Trinity Church.
  • Hughes, John, Private 56109. Northumberland Fusiliers (21st Tyneside Scottish Battalion). Died 4/11/1917 aged 25. Buried B Etaples Military Cemetery. Brother of Annie Thomas of Nant-y-Gamar.
  • Hughes, John, Private 33316. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (3rd Battalion). Died 6/5/1916 aged 40. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of John and Margaret Hughes; husband of Margaret Ann Hughes of Fern Bank, 2, Cwlach Street. Brother of Edward Hughes, above. Died of pneumonia in hospital at Blundellsands.
  • Hughes, John David, Private 61221. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (9th Battalion). Died 18/4/1918 aged 19. Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of Robert and Gaynor Hughes of Ravenscliffe, Winllan Avenue.
  • Hughes, John Edwyn, Second Lieutenant (10th Battalion). Died 19/8/1916 aged 29. Buried Dive Copse British Cemetery. History teacher at Central School, Llandudno.
  • Hughes, Joseph Henry, Private 857. Canadian Infantry (8th Battalion). Died 11/1/1917 aged 25. Buried Cologne Southern Cemetery. Son of Emily Hughes of 240, Ferry Road, St. James, Winnipeg, Canada. Born in Llandudno. Emigrated to Canada and enlisted in the army there.
  • Hughes, Robert John, Corporal 20024. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 18/9/1918 aged 33. Buried Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery. Husband of Elizabeth Hughes of Tyn-y-Coed Road, Great Orme Head. Brother-in-law of Hugh Davies. Enlisted at Llandudno Town Hall in October 1914.
  • Hughes, Robert Samuel, Private 20723. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 10/2/1916 aged 32. Buried St. Venant Communal Cemetery. Husband of Winnie Hughes of 7, Prospect Terrace. Worked for Rhydwen Jones and Davies, Mostyn Street, before enlisting in January 1915.
  • Hughes, William Henry, Private 357306. King's Liverpool Regiment (13th Battalion). Died 16/8/1916 aged 24. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Mrs Laura Jane Hughes of Heath Cottage, Trinity Street (Avenue).
  • Hughes, William Matthew, Corporal 265896. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (16th Battalion). Died 22/4/1918. Pozieres Memorial. Born and enlisted in Caernarfon although living in Llandudno.
  • Hughes, William Robert, Serjeant 14540. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (11th Battalion). Died 20 Nov 1916 aged 32. Buried Karasouli Military Cemetery. Husband of Frances Mary Hughes of 3, Council Street.
  • Hutt, Henry Daines, Lance Corporal 20131. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 26/8/1918 aged 24. Buried Caterpillar Valley Cemetery. Son of Percy John and Agnes Hutt, of Clarence Villa, Llandrindod Wells. Born at Llandudno. His brother is commemorated on Llandrindod Wells war memorial.
  • Johnson, Frank, Petty Officer 235231. Royal Navy - HMS Maidstone E47. Died 20/8/1917 aged 29. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Frank and Emma Johnson; husband of Emma Johnson of Newsole Farm, Whitfield, Dover. Lost in the North Sea off the Isle of Texel, Netherlands.
  • Jones, Alun, Private 36497. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 31/7/1917 aged 24. Menin Gate. Son of Robert and Sarah Ellen Jones of York Villa, 28, Clifton Road. Brother of Thomas Ivor Jones, below. Member of Welsh Wesleyan Chapel.
  • Jones, Alun Davies, Lance Corporal 36799. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 11/7/1916 aged 19. Buried Morlancourt British Cemetery. Son of Robert Thomas and Maria Elizabeth Jones of Broncoed, St Mary's Road. Former pupil of John Bright school. Was chief clerk to Mr Post, clerk of the Conway Board of Guardians.
  • Jones, Arthur, Lance Corporal 22407. Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment (2nd Battalion). Died 19/3/1917 aged 21. Buried Wimereux Communal Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs David Jones of Thornycroft, Clifton Road.
  • Jones, Edward, Private 36798. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 15/5/1917 aged 27. Arras Memorial. Son of Edward and Jemima Jones of Pittsburg, Clifton Road. Born in Pittsburg, USA. Enlisted in Llandudno.
  • Jones, Edward Owen, Private 20163. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 5/6/1916. Loos Memorial.
  • Jones, Edwin, Private TR/4/24849. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (63rd Training Reserve). Died 22/6/1917 aged 47. Buried Pontblyddyn Cemetery.
  • Jones, Frederick William, Private 5784. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 16/5/1915. Le Touret Memorial. Son of Jack and Mary Jones of 25 Madoc Street. Brother-in-law of John James Whewell, below. Enlisted at the outbreak of war and spent Christmas 1914 in the trenches. 
  • Jones, Henry (Harry), Private 8054. King's Shropshire Light Infantry (2nd Battalion). Died 25/5/1915 aged 39. Menin Gate. Father of John Jones of 62, King's Road.
  • Jones, Hugh, Private 20092. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 2/9/1917. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Jones, Hugh Owen Brockley, Private 20092. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 2/9/1917 aged 35. Tyne Cot.
  • Jones, Idwal, Private 66104. Cheshire Regiment (1/6th Battalion). Died 14/4/1918 aged 19. Buried St. Sever Cemetery. Son of John and Grace Jones of 4, Maes y Facrell. Worked in the surveyor’s department of Llandudno Urban District Council.
  • Jones, Ivor, Private 18835. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (16th Battalion). Died 15/7/1916 aged 22. Buried St Sever Cemetery. Husband of A H Jones of Rock View, Victoria Avenue. Killed before seeing his daughter Elizabeth (Betty) Mary Jones who was born 6/5/16. Betty lived to be 93.soldier icon
  • Jones, Jack, Private 20032. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 25/10/1918 aged 21. Buried Etaples Military Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Katherine Jones of 3, Kings Road. Wounded in head and died of his injuries in a French hospital.
  • Jones, John (Jack), Driver 310095. Royal Garrison Artillery (1/1st Welsh Heavy Battery). Died 3/9/1918 aged 26. Buried Terlincthun British Cemetery.
  • Jones, John William, Driver 356043. Royal Army Service Corps. Died 31/12/1920 aged 60. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Husband of Mary Jones of 4, King's Road.
  • Jones, John Davies, Lance Corporal 15538. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 30/9/1917 aged 26. Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of William Jones of Elvira, Pleasant Street.
  • Jones, Percy Allsop, Private 87950. King's Liverpool Regiment (13th Battalion). Died 21/8/1918 aged 20. Buried Railway Cutting Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Sarah Jane Jones of Annedale, Trinity Street.
  • Jones, Richard Archibald, Major. Royal Warwickshire Regiment (15th Battalion). Died 21/5/1916 aged 34. Buried Faubourg d'Amiens Cemetery. Son of Reverend T T Jones of Wandsworth, London; husband of Alice Elizabeth Jones of The Shanty, Llandudno Road, Penrhyn Bay.
  • Jones, Richard Edward, Private 1005. Denbighshire Yeomanry. Died 26/4/1915 aged 22. Buried St Tudno’s Churchyard, Llandudno. Son of William and Margaret Jones of Combermere, Deganwy Avenue. Died of pneumonia at Red Court Hospital, Llandudno.
  • Jones, Robert, Private 20006. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 19/3/1916 aged 32. Buried Le Touret Military Cemetery. Son of Mrs E Jones of Park House, Mostyn Street; husband of Maud Lilian Jones of 37, Scott Street, Bootle. Born in Bootle and enlisted in Llandudno.
  • Jones, Robert (PC), Private 1242. Guards Machine Gun Regiment (5th Battalion). Died 13/11/1918 aged 25. Buried Pentrefelin (Tabor) Congregational Chapelyard.
  • Jones, Robert Thomas, Private 162656. Royal Air Force. Died 19/4/1920 aged 19. Buried Llanrhos Churchyard.
  • Jones, Thomas Allen. Private 37044. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (15th Battalion). Died 10/7/1916 aged 28. Thiepval Memorial. Worked as a gardener at Tyn-y-Coed.
  • Jones, Thomas Ivor, Private 266380. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1/6th Battalion). Died 6 Nov 1917 aged 21. Buried Beersheba War Cemetery. Son of Robert and Sarah Ellen Jones of York Villa, Clifton Road. Brother of Alun Jones. Was organist at Caersalem Chapel and a Sunday school teacher.
  • Jones, Trevor Pritchard, Private 4171. Australian 20th Battalion. Died 6/4/1919 aged 22. Buried Coast Hospital Cemetery. Son of Mrs J P Jones of Parade House, North Parade. Worked for Wartski’s jewellers of Llandudno before emigrating to Australia. Returned to Australia 13/2/1917.
  • Jones, William, Private 3030579. Canadian Infantry (116th Battalion). Died 27/8/1918 aged 32. Buried Vis-en-Artois British Cemetery. Had been in America for eight years when war started. He crossed the border to join Canadian forces.
  • Jones, William Edward Clarke, Serjeant 14801. Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (9th Battalion). Died 9/7/1916. Buried Puchevillers British Cemetery. Born in Llandudno and lived in Salford. Died of wounds.
  • Jones, William Oliver, Private 40657. Suffolk Regiment (7th Battalion). Died 9/8/1917 aged 30. Arras Memorial. Husband of Margaret Joneof, 5, Boyd Terrace, Llanerch Road, Colwyn Bay.
  • Jones, William Thomas. Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
  • Keigwin, Sydney, Lance Corporal 266067. Royal Sussex Regiment (7th Battalion). Died 17 Aug 1918 aged 28. Buried St Sever Cemetery. Son of George and Alice Keigwin of The Rock; husband of Florence Keigwin of 384, Great Clowes Street, Higher Broughton, Manchester. Enlisted in Leeds in 1915. Died of wounds. Born in Llandudno.
  • Kyffin, William Thomas, Sapper 277351. Corps of Royal Engineers. Died 13/5/1918 aged 21. Buried Karasouli Military Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Kyffin of Elm Cottage, Bodafon Street. Worked at the gas works before the war, then at a munitions factory before enlisting.
  • Langford, George Thomas, Corporal 18543. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (16th Battalion). Died 22/4/1918 aged 20. Buried Bouzincourt Ridge Cemetery. Born in Llantrisant, enlisted in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in 1916 in Tonypandy. Training in Llandudno when met future wife. They had one daughter.
  • Law, James P, Lance Corporal 22900. East Lancashire Regiment (7th Battalion). Died 26/101916. Buried Mill Road Cemetery. Son of John Joseph and Mary Ellen Law of 39, Harris Street, St. Helens; husband of Emily Ellen Law of 19, Dryden Street, Padiham, Burnley. A native of Pendleton. Lived in 8 Victoria Avenue, Craig-y-Don, at the outbreak of the war, working as a bricklayer.
  • Levis, John Stanley, Wireless Operator. Mercantile Marine - SS Mahana. Died 8/10/1918 aged 20. Buried Suez War Memorial Cemetery. Former John Bright pupil.
  • Lloyd, Edward Samuel, Able Seaman J/39238. Royal Navy - HMS Bombala. Died 3/5/1918 aged 19. Hollybrook Memorial. Believed to be buried on a beach in north west Africa.
  • Lloyd, William Edward, Private 678619. Canadian Infantry (116th Battalion). Died 28/8/1917 aged 33. Buried Aix-Noulette Communal Cemetery. Eldest son of Peter Lloyd of Seabright, Deganwy Avenue; husband of Helen Lloyd of 833, Gladstone Avenue, Toronto, Canada.
  • McDonald, James Alexander, Private 1687. Australian Infantry (59th Battalion). Died 6/10/1918 aged 39. Buried Tincourt New British Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Margaret McDonald; husband of Martha McDonald of 10, Winllan Avenue. Brother-in-law of Daniel Hughes. Born in Belfast. Died of wounds to legs and stomach.
  • McKenzie, George Jarvis, Private 23448. King's Liverpool Regiment. (14th Battalion). Died 30/8/1917 aged 31. Buried Karasouli Military Cemetery. Nephew of George James and Georgina Walkinson of 20 Jubilee Street. Worked for the London & North Western Railway.
  • Moss, Thomas Nathan Kimberley, Acting Corporal 8470. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Depot). Died 13/10/1918. Buried Southern Cemetery. Son of T and Sarah Ann Moss. Born Stretford and enlisted in Llandudno.
  • Moss, William Hiram, Private 660414. Labour Corps formerly Lancashire Fusiliers. Died 19/6/1919 aged 34.
  • Newberry, Frederick Raymond, Private 356081. Kings Liverpool Regiment (1/10th Battalion). Died 25/4/1920. Buried Great Orme’s Head Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Rose Newbery of Normanhurst, Maelgwyn Road. Died of the effects of gas poisoning.
  • Orris, Thomas Charles, Lance Corporal 14867. Coldstream Guards (2nd Battalion). Died 8/12/1914 aged 27. Buried Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. A native of Harlech. Was a police constable in Llandudno at the outbreak of war.
  • Overton, Alfred Arnold, Private 400720. Manchester Regiment (1/9th Battalion) formerly Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 23/7/1917. Buried Coxyde Military Cemetery. Husband of Margaret Mary Overton of 8, Watling Street, Llanrwst. Had lived 12 years in Llandudno, where he was a postman.
  • Owen, David Henry, Private 25004. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 3/9/1916 aged 23. Thiepval Memorial. Son of David and Jane Owen of Garfield House, Madoc Street. Born and enlisted in Llandudno.
  • Owen, Enoch, Private 23/22986. Manchester Regiment (23rd Battalion). Died 27/7/1916 aged 32. Buried Abbeville Communal Cemetery. Son of William and Sarah of 147, Mostyn Street.
  • Owen, John Roberts, Private 49240. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (8th Battalion). Died 26/10/1917 aged 30. Buried Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery.
  • Owen, Norman, Second Lieutenant. Royal Air Force (63rd Training Squadron). Died 3/6/1918 aged 24. Buried St. Tudno's Churchyard, Great Orme. Son of David and Mary Jane Owen of Canton House, Lloyd Street. Before the war, Owen worked at Thorneycroft’s engineering works in Basingstoke and joined the Royal Naval Air Service in November 1914. 
  • Owen, Thomas John, Second Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (3rd Battalion attached 8th Battalion). Died 19/2/1917 aged 26. Buried Shaikh Sa’ad Old Cemetery. Son of John Owen of Avallon, Abbey Road. Died from wounds after being shot in the arm in the advance on Kut.
  • Owen, William, Private 60667. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (8th Battalion). Died 30/10/1917. Buried Basra War Cemetery. Employed by Mr Hewitt, hairdresser of Craig-y-Don.
  • Owens, John Richard, Private 20016. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 10/7/1916 aged 39. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Parry, Arthur Lloyd, Private 49786. Cheshire Regiment. (1st Battalion). Died 17 Apr 1917. Buried Villers Station Cemetery. Lived in Llandudno and enlisted in Wrexham.
  • Parry, David, Private 20441. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 19/3/1916. Buried Le Touret Military Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs John Parry. David was killed in action and buried along with two other local men, Robert Jones of Llandudno and J Mark Jones of Penrhynside, who died around the same time. All three were laid to rest by chaplain H Jones of Llandudno.
  • Poole, Albert William, Private 242700. South Lancashire Regiment (3rd Battalion). Died 11/10/1919 aged 31. Awarded Military Medal. Buried Great Orme’s Head Cemetery. On the night of 30/31 December 1917, Poole repeatedly carried messages through an intense barrage of German fire. Awarded the Military Medal for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.
  • Pritchard, John Edward, Private 5806. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 13/11/1916 aged 20. Thiepval Memorial. Son of George and Elizabeth Pritchard of Llewelyn Chambers.
  • Pritchard, William Henry, Private 25519. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 15/4/1916. Menin Gate. Son of MW Pritchard of 11, Alexandra Road.
  • Rawling, Jonathan, Colour Quartermaster Serjeant 20152. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 21/11/1918. Buried Varennes Military Cemetery. One of the first Llandudno men to enlist at outbreak of war.
  • Reece, Reginald, Officer's Steward 2nd Class L/5838. Royal Navy - HMS Victory. Died 24/10/1918 aged 22. Buried Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery. Son of Mrs D Price of Sandy Lodge, West Shore and step-son of George Price. Died of illness.
  • Richards, Arthur Everett, Private 266(6)84. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (8th Battalion). Died 25/6/1918. Buried North Gate War Cemetery. Worked for Post Office before the war.
  • Riddell, Ernest Edward, Acting Corporal 2067. Royal Army Medical Corps Territorial Force (1st/2nd London Sanitary Section). Died 3/3/1917 aged 40. Buried Gezaincourt Communal Cemetery. Son of Francis and Fanny Riddell of Yoxall, Staffordshire; husband of Alice Riddell of Scotland Street, Ellesmere, Shropshire.
  • Roberts, Arthur Owen, Sergeant 145194. Army Service Corps. Died 18/2/1919 aged 32. Buried St Tudno’s Churchyard, Great Orme.
  • Roberts, George, Sapper 146835. Royal Engineers (12th Field Company). Died 6/9/1917 aged 29. Buried Philosophe British Cemetery. Husband of Margaret Roberts of West Lynne, 1, Charlton Street.
  • Roberts, Harry Lloyd, Private PLY/1881(S). Royal Marine Light Infantry - HMS Vindictive. Died 23/4/1918 aged 28. Buried St. Tudno's Churchyard, Great Orme. Son of Mr JH and Grace E Roberts of Roby Mount, Church Walks. Worked for family business T Roberts and Sons, Roby House.
  • Roberts, Idris, Second Lieutenant. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 3/9/1918 aged 23. Buried Varennes Military Cemetery.
  • Roberts, John, Private 25953. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (D Company, 17th Battalion) transferred to Labour Corps (540th Company). Died 17/2/1920 aged 35. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of Enoch Roberts; husband of Annie Roberts of 15, Moore Street, Newtown, Wednesbury. Severely gassed in July 1918 and had suffered from this infliction until his death. 
  • Roberts, Llewelyn, Private 21378. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. (D Company, 14th Battalion). Died 6/10/1918. Buried Prospect Hill Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs W Roberts of Llandudno; husband of Dorothy Roberts of Mount Pleasant, Penrhynside. Worked for Pierce Brothers, grocers of Lloyd Street.
  • Roberts, Llewelyn Rathbone, Private 6679. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2nd Battalion). Died 9/9/1914. Buried La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Communal Cemetery. Llewelyn was the first Llandudno man to be killed in the First World War.  He was described as a “gallant soldier who died doing his duty”. 
  • Roberts, Norman Adair, Private 265672. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1/6th Battalion). Died 6/11/1917 aged 24. Buried Beersheba War Cemetery.
  • Roberts, Owen, Private 205066. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (13th Battalion). Died 22/4/1918 aged 24. Pozieres Memorial. Son of John Griffith Roberts of Penrose, 31, Winllan Avenue. Killed instantly by machine gun fire.
  • Roberts, Robert, Private 45017. Northumberland Fusiliers (1/5th Battalion). Died 26/10/1917. Buried Poelcapelle British Cemetery.
  • Roberts, Robert Griffith. Sapper. Royal Engineers
  • Roberts, Thomas Hugh, Private 34674. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 12/7/1916 aged 31. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Samuel and Mary Roberts of Oaklands, Caroline Road. Member of Shiloh Chapel.
  • Roberts, William, Private 53834. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 2/11/1916 aged 20. Buried Berks Cemetery Extension. Son of Griffith and Elizabeth Ann Roberts of 12, Tyn y Coed Terrace. Enlisted in 1914. Born Bangor. Lived in Llandudno.
  • Roberts, William James, Carpenter M/17128. Royal Navy - HMS Anchusa. Died 16/7/1918 aged 24. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Mr and Mrs John Elias Roberts of Pen-y-Ffrith, Great Orme.
  • Robinson, Kenneth, Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps. Died 25/9/1915 aged 32. Buried Ridge Wood Military Cemetery. Son of Dr James and Jane Drennan Robinson of Ivonhurst, The Firs, Bowdon, Cheshire. Robinson qualified from Manchester University medical school in 1907 and joined his father’s practice in Dunscar. 
  • Rowland-Ellis, John, Serjeant 37443. Royal Army Medical Corps (55th Field Ambulance). Died 22/10/1917 aged 35. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal and Bar. Buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
  • Rudge, Walter Francis, Private 5728. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (8th Battalion). Died 8/8/1916. Buried at the Hote-el-American Prisoners’ Cemetery. Taken prisoner of war and died in a camp at Mosul.
  • Sidebotham, Robert Frederick, Private 29622. King's Liverpool Regiment (20th Battalion). Died 12/10/1916 aged 28. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Frederick Robert and Florence Harvey Sidebotham of 2, King's Road. Former driver on the Llandudno and Colwyn Bay tramway.
  • Smith, James William, Second Lieutenant. Royal Garrison Artillery (251st Battery). Mentioned in Dispatches. Died 30/11/1918 aged 24. Buried Chester (Overleigh) Cemetery. Son of James and Gertrude Smith of Wilfred House, Harcourt Road. Born in Chester. Had served for 2½ years on the Western Front when badly wounded on August 26 1918.
  • Stallard, John (Jack), Gunner 310159. Royal Garrison Artillery (Caernarfon Heavy Battery). Died 26/10/1918 aged 26. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of Frederick and Rose Stallard of 1, Victoria Yard, Back Madoc Street. He died from pneumonia after having influenza. 
  • Stanford, John, Private 47271. Sherwood Foresters Notts and Derby Regiment (10th Battalion). Died 27/7/1918 aged 27. Buried Harponville Communal Cemetery. Son of John and Sarah Anne Stanford of Dudley, Worcestershire; husband of Mrs Stanford of Sycamore Villa, Clarence Road, Craig y Don. Born and enlisted in Smethwick.
  • Sutcliffe, Sydney, Lieutenant. Royal Flying Corps (11th Squadron) and Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Awarded Military Medal. Died 2/10/1917 aged 24. Buried Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery. Son of Arthur and Rhoda Sutcliffe of The Nook, 26, Roumania Crescent. Syd was born in Bradford but moved to Llandudno when his father Arthur, a well-known entertainer came to the resort to open a summer show at Llandudno’s Pier Head Pavilion. The young Sydney was a ‘Pierrot’ in his father’s shows.
  • Taylor, Edward Hammond, Sergeant 419637. Labour Corps formerly Scottish Rifles. Died 20/7/1919 aged 26. Buried Norbury (St. Thomas) Churchyard.
  • Thomas, Edward Alun, Private 276786. Manchester Regiment (1/5th Battalion). Died 31/8/1918. Vis-en-Artois Memorial. Born Bromfield, Shropshire. Enlisted Manchester and resided Llandudno.
  • Thomas, Griffith, Private 36810. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (19th Battalion). Died 23/11/1917 aged 21. Cambrai Memorial. Son of Mrs Annie Thomas of 19, Augusta Street. Married with three children.
  • Thomas, Griffith, Private 12447. Cheshire Regiment (9th Battalion). Died 20/9/1917 aged 36. Tyne Cot Memorial. Son of William Thomas of Curzon Road, Craig y Don; husband Elizabeth Thomas of 22, Myrtle Street, Birkenhead.
  • Thomas, Ivor Weston, Private 14565. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (8th Battalion). Died 18/12/1919. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos.
  • Thomas, John Bernard (Jack), Private 24784. Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment. (7th Battalion). Died 2/3/1917 aged 20. Buried Mont Huon Military Cemetery. Son of Harry and Alice Thomas of Aileen Craig, Nant y Gamar Road.
  • Thomas, John Lewis, Private 2248. Welsh Guards (1st Battalion). Died 10 Sep 1916 aged 21. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Charles and Jane Thomas of 2, Glan y Mor Terrace, Llanfairfechan.
  • Thomas, Percy, Private 37760. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 29/11/1916 aged 21. Buried Varennes Military Cemetery. Son of John and Ada Thomas of Hyde, Cheshire. Born Hyde and enlisted in Llandudno. Worshipped St Andrew’s Church.
  • Thomas, William, Private 2408. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (2/6th Battalion). Died 19/7/1916. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Died Cambridge Military Hospital of peritonitis.
  • Thompson, John Owen, Serjeant 14536. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. (11th Battalion). Died 28/6/1918. Buried Sarigol Military Cemetery. Described as the “life and soul” of the company and regularly organised concerts and entertainment for the entire battalion. He played the banjo and took the instrument on the train when he left Llandudno.
  • Tonge, Septimus, Major. Machine Gun Corps. Died 9/5/1918 aged 38. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of Robert and Mary Tonge. While at home on leave, Septimus committed suicide. In a note he revealed that he could not cope with going back to the “Front”.
  • Turner, Ernest Muncaster, Corporal 629567. Canadian Infantry - Western Ontario Regiment (47th Battalion). Died 16/3/1917 aged 36. Buried Villers Station Cemetery. Son of Edwin and Margaret Turner of Cardiff; husband of Elizabeth Turner of 1183, 18th Street, Edmonds, British Columbia, Canada.
  • Walker, Edgar, Private 16591. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (16th Battalion). Died 24/8/1918 aged 34. Buried Ovillers Military Cemetery. Son of Mrs Mary Walker of Guildford, Lloyd Street. Born in Mottram Longdale. Enlisted in Llandudno.
  • Walker, John Arthur, Captain. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 19/2/1916 aged 24. Buried Reninghelst New Military Cemetery. Son of John and Margaret Walker of Osborne House, Llandudno, close to this war memorial. His family's wealth came from the Walker brewery (later Tetley Walker). Educated at Shrewsbury College and while an undergraduate at Cambridge University joined the Officers Training Corps. 
  • Wallace, Edward, Private 6349. King's Liverpool Regiment (13th Battalion). Died 17/8/1916. Buried Dive Copse British Cemetery.
  • Walmsley, Robert. Gunner L11078. Royal Field Artillery (149th Brigade). Died 18/7/1918 aged 31. Buried Reninghelst New Military Cemetery.
  • Whewell, John James, Corporal M2/07923. Army Service Corps attached to Royal Garrison Artillery (Mobile Anti-Aircraft Battery). Died 3/11/1918 aged 28. Buried St. Sever Cemetery. Son of James William and Mary Ann Whewell of Radcliffe, Manchester, England; husband of Primrose Jones (formerly Whewell) of 6, Madoc Street. Brother-in-law of Frederick William Jones, above. Died in Rouen General Hospital of pneumonia.
  • Wilde, Charles Pryce, Company Quartermaster Sergeant 25007. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. (17th Battalion). Died 20/2/1916. Buried Vieille-Chapelle New Military Cemetery. Son of William Wilde of Wrexham; husband of Laura Wilde of 2, Gloddaeth Cottage, 19, Bodafon Street. Wilde was working for the Canadian Pacific Railway at the outbreak of the war with his eldest son, also Charles. Both returned to Britain and enlisted in the army. 
  • Williams, Ellis, Shoeing Smith 2857. Royal Field Artillery. Died 15/6/1916 aged 53. Buried Glanwydden Cemetery. Father of Ellis J Williams, below.
  • Williams, Ellis J, Sapper 96444. Corps of Royal Engineers. (Signal Depot). Died 12/1/1916 aged 21. Buried Glanwydden Cemetery. Son of Ellis Williams. He died of pneumonia while on leave. Born and enlisted in Llandudno.
  • Williams, Hugh, Private 17507. Royal Scots (B Company, 15th Battalion). Died 28/4/1917 aged 25. Arras Memorial. Son of William and Mary Williams of 3, East Parade. Killed by shell fire while attacking an enemy position.
  • Williams, Hugh Edward, Private 49983. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (9th Battalion). Died 22/3/1918 aged 29.
  • Williams, Jack, Private 44005. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (9th Battalion). Died 22/10/1918. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard. Son of Mrs A J Williams of Alexandra Villas, Caroline Road. Suffered gas poisoning in France. Returned to Llandudno to recover but died of his injuries. His wife and two youngest children died before him, leaving his 7-year-old daughter an orphan.
  • Williams, John, Private 26145. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 9/7/1916 aged 45. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Williams, John Evan Serjeant 20346. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 15/6/1917 aged 35. Buried Bard Cottage Cemetery. Son of Robert and Sarah E Williams of 9, Council Street. Was a talented footballer, “one of the most skilful players in North Wales”.
  • Williams, John Richard Henry, Serjeant 13282. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (9th Battalion). Died 25/10/1916 aged 42. Thiepval Memorial. Husband of Lydia Williams (nee Jones) lodging at 29, Alexandra Road. Died on way to hospital after being hit by shrapnel just above the heart.
  • Williams, Leonard, Corporal 21343. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (14th Battalion). Died 16/2/1917. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of Mrs Rachel Williams of Bryn Marl, Clifton Road.
  • Williams, Morgan Scoltock, Private M/315439. Army Service Corps (Mechanical Transport). Died 17/5/1917 aged 23. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos.
  • Williams, Robert, Private 41987. Lancashire Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 10/5/1918 aged 28. Buried Condé-sur-l’Escaut Communal Cemetery. Brother of John Evan Williams. Died a prisoner of war in Germany. 
  • Williams, Robert Richard, Lance Corporal 22589. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (15th Battalion). Died 1/9/1917 aged 33. Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal. Tyne Cot Memorial. Was a painter and decorator by trade and a member of the Tabernacle Welsh Church. Married with two children.
  • Williams, Robert William, Petty Officer Mersey Z/239. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Drake Battalion). Died 17/4/1917. Arras Memorial.
  • Williams, Thomas Norman, Private 37780. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (10th Battalion). Died 4/8/1916. Buried St. Peblig's Churchyard, Caernarfon.
  • Williams, William Benjamin, Rifleman 591323. London Regiment - London Irish Rifles (18th Battalion). Died 27/5/1917 aged 24. Buried Bedford House Cemetery. Son of William and Mary Williams of Bod Gwilym, Vaughan Street. Former member of Rehoboth Calvinistic Methodist Church.
  • Williams, William Edwin, Sergeant 148. Australian Infantry (A Company, 14th Battalion). Died 31/8/1915. Lone Pine Memorial. Son of Mrs H Williams, Barrakee, Victoria, Australia. Edwin emigrated to Australia with two brothers in the early 1900s.
  • Williams, William George Powdridge, Captain Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 29/8/1917. Buried Dozinghem Military Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs H Williams of Llandudno; husband of Amy Evelyn Williams of Inglehurst, Sylva Gardens. Born in Llandudno. Studied at Westminster College of Pharmacy and graduated as a chemist.
  • Williams, William Thomas, Private 43901. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (17th Battalion). Died 8/10/1918 aged 37. Buried Prospect Hill Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Margaret Williams; husband of Ann Williams of Silverdale, Lloyd Street. Was a postman in Llanrhos for 15 years before enlisting. Left one child.
  • Wood, William, Private 26350. Welsh Regiment (A Company, 17th Battalion). Died 17/7/1916 aged 19. Buried Chocques Military Cemetery. Son of William and Mary Wood of Norwood, Mostyn Avenue.
  • Wynne, David, Private 14560. Royal Welsh Fusiliers (11th Battalion). Died 1/5/1915 aged 29. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of David and Margaret Wynne of Brickfield Cottage.
  • Wynne, John, Private 27226. Welsh Regiment (8th Battalion) formerly Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Died 8/8/1915. Helles Memorial.