Llandudno war memorial, Second World War

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

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  • Abbott, John, Sergeant (Air Gunner) 1436652. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 23/9/1943 aged 20. Buried Fayid War Cemetery. Son of Ernest and Mary Abbott. Employed by local brewery.
  • Allen, William Frederick, Signalman 2359394. Royal Corps of Signals. Died 27/10/1942 aged 28. Buried Caserta War Cemetery. Son of Frederick Allen. Husband of Florence May Allen. 
  • Ashley, Ronald John, Gunner 888254. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 28/5/1940 aged 25. Buried Wormhout Communal Cemetery. Son of John Thomas and Ada Ashley; husband of Marguerite Lily Ashley. Worked on the railways before the war.
  • Barrie, Vincent Kevin, Gunner 895784. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died between 28/5/1940 and 29/5/1940 aged 19. Dunkirk Memorial. Son of Thomas and Catherine Barrie of Liverpool.
  • Beeton, Eric Stanley, Lance Sergeant 901751. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 28/5/1940 aged 31. Dunkirk Memorial. Son of Frank Stanley and Elizabeth Annie Beeton of Llandudno; husband of Josephine Mary Beeton.
  • Bowen, Harold, Gunner 1667964. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died between 28/5/1940 and 29/5/1940 aged 37. Dunkirk Memorial. Son of William and Helen Bowen; husband of R. Bowen. Employed as a cabinet maker in Bangor before the war.
  • Brett, Edward Samuel John, Corporal 551898. Royal Air Force (2 Photographic Reconnaissance Unit). Died 30/7/1942 aged 21. Buried Heliopolis War Cemetery. Son of Alfred William and Gwen Edith Brett. Joined the Royal Air Force after leaving Central School.
  • Brewer, Edward, Fusilier 4204990. Royal Welch Fusiliers (12th Battalion). Died 12/4/1941 aged 27. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Sylvanus and Margaret Brewer; husband of Winifred Brewer. Married sweetheart, Winifred Appleton, in April 1938.
  • Buckley, Philip, Flight Lieutenant (Pilot) 39371. Royal Air Force (RAFO). Died 1/3/1941 aged 27. Buried Bassingbourn cum Kneesworth. Son of Gertrude Hyde Buckley.
  • Campbell, James Russell, Flying Officer (Pilot) 155796. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (541 Squadron). Died 1/6/1944 aged 26. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Brother of Robert Allison Campbell.
  • Campbell, Robert Allison, Sergeant (Air Bomber) 978248. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 23/11/1943. Runnymede Memorial. Brother of James Russell Campbell, above.
  • Chaney, James Rowland, Third Engineer Officer. Merchant Navy - MV Lassell. Died 30/4/1941 aged 38. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Chase, Wilmot George, Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) 1138357. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (578 Squadron). Died 24/3/1944 aged 21. Buried Hanover War Cemetery. Son of Ernest John and Gladys Mary Chase.
  • Cimatti, Arthur Ugo, Gunner 896333. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 11/6/1940 aged 30. Dunkirk Memorial. Son of Ugo and Jessie Cimatti. Member of Llandudno Operatic Society.soldier icon
  • Codman, Herbert Cyril Percival, Chief Petty Officer D/J95711. Royal Navy - HM Submarine Triton. Died 18/12/1940 aged 37. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Herbert and Dorothy Codman of Llandudno; brother of Richard, below 
  • Codman, Richard William, Able Seaman D/J98411. Royal Navy - HMS Hecla. Died 12/11/1942 aged 38. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Herbert and Dorothy Codman of Llandudno; brother of Cyril, above. Father of three children.
  • Coleman, John Sandford, Lance Bombardier 924879. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 28/5/1940 aged 19. Buried Wormhout Communal Cemetery. Son of Amos Hubert and Olive Sandford Coleman. Father was a Llandudno doctor who served in the First World War.
  • Cope, William Powell, Captain 195682. Royal Armoured Corps (Staffordshire Yeomanry). Died 3/11/1942 aged 41. Buried El Alamein War Cemetery. Son of Joseph and Ada Cope of Norton, Lloyd Street; husband of Phyllis Cope of Wolverhampton. A ‘career’ soldier, Bill had been in the army for 25 years,
  • Culshaw, Reginald, Chief Steward. Merchant Navy - MV Tantalus (Liverpool). Died 30/12/1942 aged 41. Buried Bron-y-nant Cemetery. Husband of Theresa Culshaw of Penrhyn Bay. Served in Merchant Navy all his working life.
  • Cummins, Charles Michael Anderson, Major 94949. Manchester Regiment (8th Battalion). Died 28/12/1944 aged 28. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Tancred and Dora Cummins; husband of Margaret E Cummins of Haydon Bridge, Northumberland. Talented golfer, his father owned North Wales Golf Club, Llandudno.
  • Davis, Richard Thomas, Sergeant 4188522. Royal Welch Fusiliers (4th Battalion). Died 14/8/1944 aged 33. Buried Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery. Son of Richard and Mary Elizabeth Davis of 3 Penmaen Road, Conwy; husband of Elizabeth Davis of Craig-y-Don.
  • Davies, George Edward, Gunner 865076. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 21/4/1943 aged 27. Buried Enfidaville War Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Emma Davies.
  • Deacon, John Ernest, Gunner 905734. Royal Artillery (7 Medium Regiment). Died 29/5/1941 aged 20. Athens Memorial. Son of AE and M Deacon. Father was a motoring pioneer who owned a garage on Vaughan Street, Llandudno.
  • Derbyshire, George Cecil, Fusilier 4199293. Royal Welch Fusiliers (2nd Battalion). Died 19/12/1944 aged 23. Buried Digboi War Cemetery. Son of George Haworth and Ada May Derbyshire. Prominent member of St David’s Church, Craig-y-Don.
  • Dickens, Stanley, Sapper 14222590. Royal Engineers (505 Field Company). Died 6/8/1943 aged 36. Buried Catania War Cemetery. Son of Joseph Jesse and Catherine Dickens; husband of Mary Dickens. Born at Toxteth, Liverpool.
  • Donohoe, William Charles, Fusilier 14640232. Royal Scots Fusiliers (11th Battalion). Died 5/8/1944 aged 19. Buried Ranville War Cemetery. Son of William and Elizebeth Donohoe. Attended Lloyd Street school.
  • Edmond, James William, Sergeant 14703542. Intelligence Corps. Died 11/10/1944 aged 34. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Tom Edmond; husband of Jessie Alberta Edmond of Penrhyn Bay. Worked as a butcher.
  • Edwards, Arthur Ronald, Fusilier 14747562. Royal Welch Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 25/2/1945 aged 19. Buried Taukkyan War Cemetery. Son of Arthur and Edith Edwards. Former pupil of Central School.
  • Edwards, Gwynfryn, Aircraftman 1st Class 1018697. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (84 Squadron). Died 18/9/1944 aged 32. Singapore Memorial. Son of Edwin and Annie Edwards; husband of Emma Edwards. A painter and decorator before the war.
  • Edwards, Robert, Gunner 925407. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 28/5/1940 aged 27. Dunkirk Memorial. Son of William and Hannah Edwards. Posted as ‘Missing in Action’ and family only informed of Robert’s death in 1945.
  • Ellis, David Thomas, Ordinary Seaman D/JX198124. Royal Navy - HMS Diamond. Died 27/4/1941. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Mary Ellis.
  • Evans, Gwilym Meredith, Private 14408212. Dorsetshire Regiment (2nd Battalion). Died 4/5/1944 aged 19. Rangoon Memorial. Son of William and Dora Elizabeth Evans. Served in Home Guard.
  • Evans, John Colin, Pilot Officer (Navigator) 149139. Royal Air Force (57 Squadron). Died 26/6/1943 aged 32. Buried Texel (Den Burg) Cemetery. Awarded Distinguished Flying Medal. Son of John Thomas and Mary Scott Evans; husband of Doris Joan Evans of Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire.
  • Evans, Owen Prys, Sergeant (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner) 967877. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (139 Squadron). Died 3/8/1940 aged 20. Buried Bayeux War Cemetery. Son of William Griffith and Annie Evans. Killed while on a mission to bomb Cherbourg airfield.
  • Evans, Redvers Edward, Corporal 14594327. Royal Welch Fusiliers (6th Battalion). Died 2/3/1945 aged 19. Awarded Military Medal. Buried Mook War Cemetery. Son of Edward Redvers and Lily Margaret Evans. Attended Dyffryn Road and Central schools.
  • Flaherty, Harold Linnie, Acting Leading Seaman D/JX135801. Royal Navy - HMS Neptune. Died 19/12/1941. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Joseph Flaherty. HMS Neptune hit a mine off Tripoli.
  • Ford, Charles Frederick, Lance Bombardier 924832. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 8/10/1940 aged 20. Buried SS Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of Charles and Beattie Ford. Evacuated at Dunkirk and died in a motorcycle accident.
  • Gatley, Jonathan, Ordinary Seaman JX347965. Royal Navy - HMS Raleigh. Died 18/6/1942 aged 18. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of William and Edith Mary Gatley. Served in the local Home Guard before joining the Royal Navy.
  • Gibbs, George Edwin, Boy 1st Class D/JX 181926. Royal Navy - HMS Repulse. Died 10/12/1941 aged 17. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Norman Edwin and of Mary Gladys Gibbs. Youngest Llandudno man killed in Second World War.
  • Griffith, Kenneth Owen, Lieutenant. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - HMLCG(L) 12. Died 8/9/1943 aged 29. Chatham Naval Memorial. Son of Arthur and Mary Griffiths.
  • Griffiths, Hugh, Gunner 419565. Royal Artillery (9 Coast Regiment). Died 13/10/1942 aged 20. Buried Kranji War Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs Thomas Griffiths. Worked as a painter before enlisting in the Royal Artillery.
  • Hammond, George Leslie, Sergeant 871721. Royal Artillery (61 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 25/5/1940 aged 30. Buried Dunkirk Town Cemetery. Son of Percy and Jennie E Hammond; husband of Mai Hammond. Also commemorated on Colwyn Bay war memorial.
  • Hancox, George, Warrant Officer 978688. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (524 Squadron). Died 26/11/1944 aged 25. Runnymede Memorial. Awarded Distinguished Flying Medal. Son of Daniel James and Mary Jane Hancox; husband of Agnes T. Hancox of Edinburgh. An electrician’s apprentice before enlisting in RAFVR.
  • Harding, John Austin, Aircraftman 2nd Class 1291115. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 1/10/1941. Buried St. Trillo's Churchyard. Son of Percy and Jessie Harding.
  • Harris, Colin Albert (Pilot), Flight Sergeant 1492811. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (70 Squadron). Died 7/7/1944 aged 22. Buried Klagenfurt War Cemetery. Son of Albert and Elenor Harris; husband of Joan Ethel Harris, of Kirkby Lonsdale, Westmorland. 
  • Healey, Harry Reginald, Sergeant (Flight Engineer) 533694. Royal Air Force (106 Squadron). Died 27/4/1944. Buried Durnbach War Cemetery. Son of Thomas and Ada Healey.
  • Hender, Gerald, Private 896803. Gordon Highlanders (1st Battalion London Scottish). Died 11/4/1945 aged 23. Buried Argenta Gap War Cemetery. Son of Ernest John and Elizabeth Hender. A talented singer, would often entertain his fellow troops.
  • Hendrick, John, Aircraftman 1st Class 1076683. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 25/7/1943 aged 21. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Jane Hendrick.
  • Hoddell, Roy Cope, Leading Aircraftman 553030. Royal Air Force. Died 23/7/1941 aged 19. Singapore Memorial. Son of Eric and Edith M F Hoddell; nephew of Mrs A Weston of Swindon. Born in Rugby.
  • Hodgkins, Laurence Stanley, Sergeant (Pilot) 1353529. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 5/7/1943 aged 33. Buried North Battleford Cemetery. Son of Walter and Anne J Hodgkins of Colwyn Bay; husband of Gwladys Augusta Hodgkins. A flying instructor who died in a plane crash in Canada.
  • Holmes, John Wardman, Sergeant (Flight Engineer) 2210805 - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (148 Squadron). Died 26/1/1945 aged 36. Buried Belgrade War Cemetery. Son of Tom Wardman and Eva Holmes; husband of Margaret Holmes. Father of four children. Employed by Neddham’s bakery in Craig-y-Don.
  • Hughes, Alan Joseph, Sergeant (Pilot) 653137. Royal Air Force (38 Squadron). Died 24/10/1940 aged 26. Buried Becklinghen War Cemetery. Son of Syd and Anne Hughes.
  • Humphreys, Robert William Dugard, Gunner 1817815. Royal Artillery (287 Battery, 128 HAA Regiment). Died 9/7/1942 aged 39. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Matthew Dugard and Sarah Elizabeth Humphreys; husband of Ann Humphreys. Father of two young children.
  • James, Gwyn Lloyd Spinther, Captain 38784. Royal Artillery. Died 23/9/1940 aged 36. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of James Arthur and Mary Edith James; husband of Olive James. A graduate of University of North Wales, Bangor.
  • Johnson, Douglas Norman, Flight Lieutenant (Pilot) 133387. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (627 Squadron). Buried Southport (Duke Street) Cemetery. Husband of Mrs W Johnson of Southport, Lancashire. Killed in a flying accident.
  • Jones, Alfred John Rhydwen, Captain 166654. Royal Artillery (23 Field Regiment). Died 14/10/1944 aged 25. Buried Afrezzo War Cemetery. Son of Walter and Millicent Rhydwen Jones.soldier icon
  • Jones, Alun, Private 14394664. Pioneer Corps (328 Company). Died 22/7/1945 aged 20. Buried Munster Heath War Cemetery. Son of Evan and Jane Ann Jones; brother of Glyn Jones, below.
  • Jones, Bernard Kitchener, Gunner 825943. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 21/5/1940 aged 25. Buried Ingoyghem Military Cemetery. Son of Jack and Mary Jones, of 25 Madoc Street. Known as Kitchener, he was a fisherman/boatman before the war.soldier icon
  • Jones, David Vernon, Lance Corporal RME/10567. Royal Marines. Died 14/3/1943. Buried Trincomalee War Cemetery. Husband of Mrs K Jones. Employed at bakery before enlisting in the Royal Marines.
  • Jones, Glyn, Lance Corporal 4192474. Royal Welch Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 18/3/1943 aged 25. Rangoon Memorial. Son of Thomas and Alice Jones; husband of D. Jones.
  • Jones, Glyn, Private 14731081. Somerset Light Infantry (4th Battalion). Died 20/2/1945 aged 19. Buried Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. Son of Evan and Ann Jones; brother of Alun Jones, above. Only been serving for 10 months when died.
  • Jones, Gwilym, Corporal 538015. Royal Air Force. Died 12/9/1942 aged 28. Alamein Memorial. Son of Pierce and Harriett Jones.
  • Jones, Hugh Owen, Fusilier 4202007. Royal Scots Fusiliers (6th Battalion). Died 4/8/1944 aged 29. Buried Bayeux War Cemetery. Son of Hugh and Sarah Jane Jones, of Llandudno; husband of Laura Aledwen Jones. Father of two young children.soldier icon
  • Jones, John Henry, Corporal 1357753. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 17/4/1943 aged 37. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Alfred and Sarah Jones; husband of Mary Elizabeth Jones. Volunteered as an Air Raid Warden before joining the RAF.
  • Jones, John Maurice, Ordinary Seaman D/SSX 30031. Royal Navy - HMS Glorious. Died 8/6/1940 aged 19. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of John and Marian Jones. Talented footballer, played goal in goal for Dyffryn Road school.
  • Jones, Philip Marsden, Sergeant 1052291. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (51 Squadron). Died 16/10/1942 aged 20. Runnymede Memorial. Son of John Percy and Lillian Jones. Former pupil of Lloyd Street and John Bright grammar Schools.
  • Jones, William Archbold, Chief Officer. Merchant Navy - SS Samarkand. Died 20/8/1945 aged 31. Buried Fawkner Memorial Park Cemetery. Son of Llewellyn and Elizabeth Jones; husband of Margaret Jones of Leytonstone. 
  • Kenway, William Ernest Karl, Lieutenant 126323. Royal Engineers (12 Bomb Disposal Company). Died 30/9/1943 aged 30. Buried Horsham (Hills) Cemetery. Son of Harold and Sarah Louisa Kenway; husband of Eileen Florence Kenway, of Lee, London. A former pupil of John Bright Grammar School.soldier icon
  • Kirkham, Douglas Bernard, Second Radio Officer. Merchant Navy - SS Arandora Star (London). Died 2/7/1940 aged 28. Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Bernard and Jessie Kirkham; husband of Muriel Kirkham, of Streatham Vale, London. Previously worked for the General Post Office as a wireless operator.
  • Langworthy, Peter Rex, Corporal 887094. Hampshire Regiment. Died 11/7/1944 aged 27. Buried Bayeux War Cemetery. Son of William and Constance Lillian Langworthy; husband of Nina Langworthy of Bristol. Served with the Territorial Army and was in a reserved occupation until persuaded authorities that he should join the regular army.
  • Lever, Donald, Captain 148548. Royal Artillery (116 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment). Died 30/10/1944 aged 23. Buried Uden War Cemetery. Son of Melling and Beatrice Lever of Penrhyn Bay.
  • Limacher, Cyril James, Gunner 772483. Royal Artillery attached to Royal Air Force (651 AOP Squadron). Died 7/7/1945 aged 38. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of August and Margaret Limacher, Graig Cottage, Cwlach Road. Brother of Frank Oliver Limacher, below. Collapsed and died while on a month’s leave.
  • Limacher, Frank Oliver, Gunner 855243. Royal Artillery (8 Coast Regiment). Died between 1/10/1942 and 2/10/1942 aged 25. Sai Wan Memorial. Son of August and Margaret G Limacher of Graig Cottage, Cwlach Road. Brother of Cyril James Limacher, above. One of five brothers to serve in HM forces during WW2.
  • Mackellar, Allan Cowan, Lieutenant Commander. Royal Naval Reserve - HMS Orlando. Died 16/11/1942 aged 60. Buried Cardonald Cemetery. Son of Duncan and Elizabeth MacKellar; husband of Mabel Constance MacKellar. Oldest Llandudno man commemorated on the town’s memorial.
  • Macmullan, Albert, Craftsman 10534268. Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers attached to 3 Advanced Base Workshops West African Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Died 5/11/1944 aged 29. Buried Takoradi European Public Cemetery. Son of James and Anne Jane Macmullan; husband of Margaret Macmullan. Member of Llandudno Operatic Society.
  • Martin, William Robert, Gunner 1494229. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 24/5/1940 aged 21. Buried Evenes Cemetery. Son of William and Kate Martin. Employed by Llandudno Urban District Council before the war.
  • Maund, George Richard, Gunner 888955. Royal Artillery (106 The Lancashire Hussars Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment). Died between 26/4/1941 and 27/4/1941 aged 36. Athens Memorial. Son of George and Margaret Maund of Everton, Liverpool; husband of Annie Maund. Born at Everton, Liverpool.
  • Meredith, Francis Edwin, Bombardier 901765. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 10/2/1943 aged 34. Buried Tripoli War Cemetery. Son of Frank and Esther May Meredith; husband of Doris Gertrude Meredith. Former player with Llandudno Wednesday Football Club.
  • Monk, John. Royal Air Force.
  • Morris, George Henry, Gunner 902638. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died between 28/5/1940 and 29/5/1940 aged 19. Dunkirk Memorial. Son of George and Annie Morris. Attended Dyffryn Road school.
  • Newall, John Douglas, Leading Sick Berth Attendant D/MX 55625. Royal Navy - HMS Repulse. Died 10/12/1941 aged 24. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Andrew and Marion Newall; husband of Glenys Margaret Newall.
  • Oliver, Lawrence Edgar, Able Seaman D/JX 185039. Royal Navy - HMS Hermione. Died 16/6/1942 aged 27. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Harold Gordon Oliver and Ellen Oliver; husband of Kathleen Beryl Oliver.
  • Owen, Evan Machreth, Sergeant 2732950. Welsh Guards (3rd Battalion). Died 19/2/1944 aged 33. Cassino Memorial. Husband of Margaret Owen of Penrhyn Bay. Served with Caernarfonshire Constabulary as a policeman in Penrhyn Bay.
  • Owen, Ivor Glyn, Flying Officer (Air Bomber) 146350. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (578 Squadron). Died 16/1/1945 aged 28. Buried Hanover War Cemetery. Son of John and Annie Vaughan Owen; husband of Eileen Bridge Owen. Former pupil of John Bright Grammar School.
  • Owen, William Henry, Private 3974922. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (7/10th Battalion). Died 27/10/1942 aged 20. Buried El Alamein War Cemetery. Son of William Henry and Mary Anne Owen. Talented cross country athlete.
  • Parke, Thomas Robert Verner, Sub-Lieutenant (A). Royal Navy - HMS Caroline. Died 7/7/1941 aged 21. Buried Kilkerran Cemetery. Son of William Alexander and Isabel Emily Parke.soldier icon
  • Parry, Kenneth, Leading Aircraftman (Wireless Operator) 550953. Royal Air Force (18 Squadron). Died 12/5/1940 aged 20. Buried Cement House Cemetery. Son of Rowland Edward and Elizabeth Ann Parry. Former pupil of Lloyd Street school and was with the local Scout movement.soldier icon
  • Phillips, John. Royal Air Force.
  • Picton, William A, Private 3949867. Welch Regiment. Died 29/1/1945 aged 43. Athens Memorial. Son of James and Elizabeth Picton; husband of Mary Laurenson Picton of Ballater, Aberdeenshire. 
  • Pierce, Eric Robert, Pilot Officer 45647. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (139 Squadron). Died 7/4/1941 aged 22. Runnymede Memorial. Son of Robert and Gertrude Pierce.
  • Pierce, George Trevor, Sergeant (Flight Engineer) 982034. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 10/2/1943 aged 20. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Edward Lloyd and Margaret Hogell Pierce. Attended Lloyd Street school.
  • Pulling, Leonard Frank, Petty Officer Motor Mechanic P/MX 66551. Royal Navy - HM Motor Minesweeper 55. Died 10/7/1944 aged 23. Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Son of William and Ethel R Pulling
  • Radcliffe, Thomas, Corporal 4189717, Royal Welch Fusiliers (1st Battalion). Died 5/5/1944 aged 32. Buried Kohima War Cemetery. Awarded Military Medal. Son of William and Ann Radcliffe; husband of Margaret Jane Radcliffe of Llangwstenin.
  • Reading, Frederick Arthur, Lance Corporal 7683631. Corps of Military Police. Died 12/6/1945 aged 34. Buried Labuan War Cemetery. Son of Frank Lyster and Evelyn Ann Reading; husband of Private Mair Reading (Auxiliary Territorial Service) who died 11/7/1943 and commemorated on Porthmadog war memorial.
  • Richards, Richard Henry, Battery Quartermaster Sergeant 760435. Royal Artillery attached to 4th Battalion Gordon Highlanders Anti-Tank Regiment. Died 3/3/1945 aged 41. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of John and Alice Richards; husband of Mary Richards. Spent 14 years in the Territorial Army.
  • Roberts, Mark Leonard, Gunner 865518. Royal Artillery (67 Medium Regiment). Died 19/3/1944 aged 24. Cassino Memorial. Son of Archibald and Florence Jane Roberts. Leonard’s mother was murdered at her Lloyd Street home in 1970 (the first recorded murder in Llandudno).
  • Roberts, Dennis Neagle, Cleaner 230605. Naval Auxiliary Personnel Merchant Navy - HMS Dasher. Died 27/3/1943 aged 20. Liverpool Naval Memorial. Son of William Owen and Ethel Gertrude Roberts. Apprenticed as a mechanic before joining the Navy.
  • Roberts, Hugh Alan, Flight Sergeant 1056193. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (51 Squadron). Died 13/5/1943 aged 26. Runnymede Memorial. Son of Hugh and Elizabeth Roberts; husband of Lilian Megan Roberts.
  • Roberts, John Elias, Marine PLY/X 112477. Royal Marines. Died 15/7/1944 aged 42. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of John Elias and Annie Roberts; husband of Jane Catherine Roberts. Employed as a plasterer.
  • Roberts, William Merrick, Sergeant (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner) 948880. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (53 Squadron). Died 11/6/1941 aged 23. Son of Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of John and Mary Elizabeth Roberts of Hoole, Chester. Worked at a bank before volunteering for the Royal Air Force.
  • Sargent, Donald Arthur, Aircraftman 989989. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Died 4/8/1945. Buried Jakarta War Cemetery. Son of William and Elsie Sargent. A wireless engineer with his father’s business.
  • Shaw, Albert, Private 10541336. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Died 5/2/1942 aged 27. Buried Kranji War Cemetery. Son of Joseph and Edith Shaw; husband of Nora Shaw. Born at Stockport.
  • Simpson, Edward John, Captain. Royal Tank Regiment. Died 5/11/1943 aged 27. Buried Sangro River War Cemetery. Son of Edward Morris and Ethel Simpson; husband of Hazel Simpson of Rock Park, Cheshire. 
  • Steen, William, Gunner 901839. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 6/3/1943 aged 34. Buried Sfax War Cemetery. Son of James and Margaret Jane Steen; husband of Sylvia Steen. Father of two young children.
  • Swinnerton, Walter William, Flight Lieutenant (Pilot) 61252. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (250 Squadron). Died 3/8/1943 aged 22. Buried Catania War Cemetery. Son of Noel William and Lily Swinnerton.
  • Tate, George J, Lance Corporal 4197857. Royal Welch Fusiliers (4th Battalion). Died 21/9/1944 aged 25. Buried Valkenswaard War Cemetery. Son of Joseph and Catherine Tate.
  • Thompson, Frank George Lally, Bombardier 862460. Royal Artillery (69 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 28/5/1940 aged 19. Buried Wormhout Communal Cemetery. Son of Frank and Frances Thompson. Talented cricketer, played for Llandudno.
  • Timmis, John Harold ("Jack"), Pilot Officer. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (420 Squadron). Died 27/7/1942 aged 28. Buried Kiel War Cemetery. Son of Walter Edwin and of Emily Jane Timmis of Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Former employee of Llandudno Urban District Council.
  • Tonge, Arthur Walton, Driver T/225243. Royal Army Service Corps (18 Division Troops Company). Died 23/7/1943 aged 33. Buried Kanchanaburi War Cemetery. Son of Arthur and Gertrude Tonge; nephew of Lily Johnston. A driver at Needham’s bakery in Craig-y-Don before the war.
  • Westmoreland, Sam, Gunner 926588. Royal Artillery. Died 17/7/1940 aged 25. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard, Llanrhos. Son of Arthur Westmoreland and of Annie Westmoreland (nee Higginbottom). A talented pianist.
  • Weyman, John Edward, Private 5116715. Queen's Royal Regiment West Surrey (1/5th Battalion). Died 25/10/1942 aged 27. Alamein Memorial. Son of John Weyman of Kenilworth, Warwickshire; husband of Nora Isobel Weyman of Llandudno Junction.
  • Whitley, George Valentine, Sergeant (Navigator) 1547703. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (428 RCAF Squadron). Died 28/9/1943 aged 22. Buried Mancetter Burial Ground. Son of Joseph Henry and Ann Wood Whitley of Mancetter, Warwickshire; husband of Jean Audrey Whitley of Craig y Don who he married six weeks before his death.
  • Wilkinson, Hugh Bert, First Radio Officer. Merchant Navy - SS Medjerda. Died 17/3/1941 aged 41. Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Hugh and Isabel Wilkinson of Chorlton-upon-Medlock, Manchester. 
  • Williams, Alfred Warren, Fusilier 4204200. Royal Welch Fusiliers attached to HQ 6th Infantry Brigade. Died 6/4/1943 aged 26. Rangoon Memorial. Son of Jacob and Kate Williams. 
  • Williams, David Frederick, Gunner 861621. Royal Artillery (61 Denbighshire Yeomanry Medium Regiment). Died 29/7/1940 aged 22. Buried Bron-y-nant Cemetery. Son of David Richard and Alice Williams of Penrhyn Bay.
  • Williams, Emrys, Private 4204203. Welch Regiment (1st Battalion). Died 10/9/1944 aged 32. Buried Gradara War Cemetery. Son of Isaac and Catherine Ann Williams; husband of Sarah Margaret Williams. Prominent member of Ebenezer Welsh Methodist Church.
  • Williams, Harold Lloyd, Sergeant (Air Gunner) 624020. Royal Air Force. Died 15/7/1944 aged 28. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Son of Joseph Owen and Agnes Williams. Talented cricketer, played for Llandudno.
  • Williams, Robert Owen, Fusilier 4195243. Royal Fusiliers City of London Regiment (2nd Battalion). Died 28/7/1944. Buried Florence War Cemetery. Son of Evan and Grace Williams; husband of Elizabeth Ellen Williams of Penrhyn Bay.
  • Williams, William Ernest, Pilot Officer (Navigator) 144449. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (101 Squadron). Died 20/3/1943. Buried Great Orme's Head Cemetery. Awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Medal after getting his damaged bomber back to England from Italy. Husband of Ruby Williams.soldier icon
  • Winn, Charles Vernon Morris, Aircraftman 1st Class 551514. Royal Air Force. Died 18/2/1940 aged 20. Buried SS. Eleri and Mary's Churchyard. Son of Charles and Elizabeth Winn. A talented cricketer and dancer.
  • Wood, Christopher Barton, Pilot Officer (Air Bomber) 135657. Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve (100 Squadron). Died 29/6/1943 aged 24. Buried Crooswijk General Cemetery. Son of William and Eleanor Fulton Wood. Brother, Denis, served in the Royal Navy during WW2.
  • Wood, Terence Donald, Stoker 1st Class D/KX 138809. Royal Navy - HMS Mounsey. Died 1/11/1944 aged 22. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Terence and Elsie Rose Wood. Previously served in the Merchant Navy.