Newport Cenotaph FWW (A-B)

Newport Cenotaph First Wold War. Surnames A-B

  • Abraham, Charles 31st May 1916, HMS Indefatigable, Royal Marine Artillery, RMA 10681, Gunner, Royal Albert, Portland Street, Newport. Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
  • Abraham, Walter, 4th December 1918, 3rd Bn Welsh Regiment, Welsh Regiment, Private. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Ackland, Thomas Ralph, 24, 19th April 1918, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), posted to 1st/4th Bn., 76121, Corporal. Son of Thomas and Alma Sarah Acland of 57, St. Athens Rd., Mynachdy, Cardiff. Tilloy British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas.
  • Adams, Arthur Henry, 31, 4th September 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS War Firth (London),  Chief Steward, husband of Emily Adams (nee Rowlands) of Carlton House, Malpas Rd., Newport. Tower Hill Memorial Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas
  • Adams, Eli served as Frank Jones, 1st July 1916, 2nd Bn. Monmouthshire Regiment, 3328, Private. Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart.
  • Adams, Frank Bert, 32, 28th August 1916, 2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers, 21620, Private. Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Adams, George Victor, 23, 1st September 1918, Royal Field Artillery,  53rd Div. Ammunition Col., 740522, Gunner. Son of Henry and Mary L. Adams of Clifton House, Milman St., Newport. Ramleh War Cemetery.
  • Adams, Henry Charles, 32, 27th September 1915, 20th Siege Bty. Royal Garrison Artillery, 27412, Serjeant. Son of Edwin and Sarah Ann Adams, of Broad Street Common, Nash, Newport. Hop Store Cemetery.
  • Adams, Thomas Stephen, 32, 30th October 1917, King’s Liverpool Regt., 19th Labour Coy.,  74678,  Private. Husband of Sarah Lucy Saunders (formerly Adams) of 2 Capel St., Newport. Solferino Farm Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Havelock Street Presbytarian church
  • Addams-Williams, Donald Arthur, 19, 13th August 1915, "A" Coy. 4th Bn. South Wales Borderers, Second Lieutenant. Son of Herbert and Grace Addams-Williams, of Llangibby Rectory, Newport. 7th Field Ambulance Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Agist, James, 62, 24th April 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Ferndene (Newcastle), Fireman and Trimmer, husband of Sarah Jane Agist (nee Gould), of 10, Corelli St., Newport. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Ahearn, Daniel, 19, 23rd October 1916, Mercantile Marine, SS Clearfield, Assistant Cook. Son of Daniel Ahearn and Catherine Ahearn (nee Green), of 13 Magor St., Newport. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • AHearne, William, Royal Engineers. Working Batt., 11863, Sapper, First World War.  Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Alexander, James Hammond, 23, 13th April 1918, 18th Bn. Welsh Regiment, 1983, Lance Corporal. Son of James F. H. Alexander, of 42, Archibald St., Newport. Ploegsteert Memorial. Commemorated locally at Havelock Street Presbytarian church
  • Allen, Samuel Johnson (Jack), 30th April 1917, 4th Bn. South Wales Borderers, 12459, Private. Of 10 Libeneth Road, Newport. Basra Memorial.
  • Allen, Tom Reginald, 24, 6th May 1917, 15th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 21767,  Lance Corporal. Son of Sir Thomas and Lady Allen of "Hillside," Edward VII Avenue, Newport. Essex Farm Cemetery.
  • Allison, William, 35, 15th May 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS "Polymnia" (London), Ship's Cook, husband of Elizabeth Allison (nee Sullivan), of 83 Lime St., Newport. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Allsopp, A O, 30th October 1917, "B" Bty. 74th Bde. Royal Field Artillery, 19709, Gunner, Ruisseau Farm Cemetery.
  • Anderson, James, 45, 6th May 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Alfalfa (London), 1st Engineer, husband of Helen Anderson (nee Clark) of "Brooklyn", Gibbs Rd., Newport. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Anderson, John Edward, 26th October 1917, Royal Marine Light Infantry, 2nd R.M. Bn. R.N. Div., PLY/721(S), Private. Eldest son of P.C. and Mrs Anderson of 8 Canon Street, Newport. Tyne Cot Memorial. Cause of death: wounded and missing, assumed dead. Son of Mrs Catherine Anderson, 8 Canon St., Newport, Mon.
  • Anderson, Robert, 31, 14th January 1915, No.2 Depot Royal Garrison Artillery, 455, Gunner. Husband of Edith Kate Anderson of 13 Albert Avenue, Newport. Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Anderson, William, 32, 6th May 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS "Alfalfa", Fireman. Born at Liverpool, Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Andrews, Frederick E, 20th July 1916, 4th Bn. South Wales Borderers, G/25642, Corporal, Amara War Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas.
  • Andrews-Jones, Haydn, 26, 28th March 1918, 19th Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 25015, Private, (served as Haydn Jones). Son of James Andrews-Jones, and Anne (his wife) of 18 Broughton Rd., Ealing, London. Born at Newport. Pozieres Memorial.
  • Andrews, William James, 33, 9th October 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Peshawur (Glasgow), Winchman. Son of George Andrews; husband of Louisa Jane Andrews (nee Adams), of 38, Chauntler Rd., Custom House, London. Born at Deptford, Tower Hill Memorial
  • Angus, Roy William Frederick, 23, 13th August 1918, Royal Air Force, 148 Sqdn., Lieutenant. Son of Fredrick William James and Mary Elizabeth Angus of Trevarth, Cardiff Rd., Newport. Pernes British Cemetery.
  • Antill, Alfred Mansfield, 28th June 1915, 2nd Bn., South Wales Borderers, 18889, Private. Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery.
  • Archer, H C, 8th October 1918, 1st Bn., Monmouthshire Regiment, 2nd Lieutenant, Sequehart British Cemetery.
  • Armitage, Charles Frederick, 32, 9th May 1915, 1st Bn. South Wales Borderers, 15405, Private. Son of Mrs. Mary Jane Armitage, of 36, Barrack Hill, Newport. Le Touret Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's Church, Malpas, and Malpas Community Centre.
  • Arthur, Thomas, 38, 9th May 1917, 8th Bn. South Wales Borderers, 14599, Serjeant, husband of Minnie Arthur, of "Silverton", 7 Pentonville, Newport. Karasouli Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Newport Athletic Club.
  • Arundell, Henry Rudolf, 34, 15th April 1917, 1st/4th Bn., Gloucestershire Regiment, 203275, Private. Husband of HR Arundell of 2 Oxford St., Maindee, Newport. Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre.
  • Ash, James, 21st April 1917, 12th Bn. South Wales Borderers, 23907, Private. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Aston, Samuel, 8th October 1918, 16th Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 93988, Private. Bois-des-Angles British Cemetery, Crevecoeur-Sur-L'escaut. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Aston, Thomas Edward, 2nd September 1918, 10th Bn. South Wales Borders, 32185, Private. Of 38 Magor Street, Newport. Vis-En-Artois Memorial.
  • Atkins, James, 15th January 1915, 2nd Bn. Highland Light Infantry, 8853, Private. Le Touret Memorial.
  • Attewell, W J, 19, 20th October 1918, "B" Coy. 38th Bn. Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 136553, Private.  Son of Mrs E R Attewell 59 Morden Road, Newport, Mon, Cross Roads Cemetery, Fontaine-Au-Bois. Commemorated locally at St Julian's High School and Havelock Street Presbytarian church.
  • Attwood, John, 19, 19th September 1918, 9th Bn.  King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), 36679, Private. Son of William and Annie Attwood of 34, Potter St., Pill, Newport. Doiran Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's and St. Michael's RC Churches.                                                          
  • Attwood, William C J, 26th February 1918,  Mercantile Marine, HMHS Glenart Castle,  Able Seaman. Tower Hill Memorial. His ship, clearly marked and lit as a hospital ship, was sunk by a German submarine in the Bristol Channel soon after leaving Newport to fetch more wounded soldiers from France.
  • Austin, Charles, 18, 1st July 1916, 1st Bn. Monmouthshire Regiment, 3482, Rifleman. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Austen, William Robert, 38, 23rd February 1917, 10th Labour Bn. The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 65584, Private. Husband of Emily Austen, of 2, Sidney St., Newport. Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Austwick, Nicholas, 59, 15th November 1916, Mercantile Marine, SS Lorca, Second Engineer, husband of Alice Mary Austwick of 5 Bedford Rd., Newport. Tower Hill Memorial
  • Avery, Joseph Francis, 20, 31st July 1917, 10th Bn. Welsh Regiment, Second Lieutenant. Son of Andrew James and Rosalea S Pitre Avery, of Quinla La Primavera, Quilmes, Argentina. No Man's Cot Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Baggs, Arthur Charles, Private 265888. Died 12/04/1918 aged 26. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Pont-D’AchellesMilitaryCemetery. Son of Mrs Ann Baggs of99 Malpas   Rd.Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas andShaftesburyStreetMethodistChurch.
  • Baggs, James, Private 39462. Died 02/05/1917 aged 22.South WalesBorderers. Buried Boulonge Eastern Cemetery.  Son of Robert and Elizabeth Baggs, of 43,Redland Street. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Bailey, Albert Thomas, Corporal 39206. Died 17/09/19 aged 46. Royal Engineers Postal Section. Buried Malpas (St. Mary) Churchyard. Husband of Ellen Bailey of 22,Goodrich   Crescent. Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas and General Post Office.
    Bailey, Edward George Thomas, 33, 17th July, 1943,  8th Bn. Durham Light Infantry, 3913877, Private. Son of James Patrick and Mary Jane Bailey, of Newport; husband of Maud Bailey, of Newport. Cassino Memorial.
  • Bailey, Edward James, Private 2975. Died 29/04/1915 aged 18. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery. Son of Isaac and Elizabeth Bailey, of 10, Frank Street. Worked for Newport Corporation Transport before the war. In 2014, a Newport Transport bus was named in his honour.
  • Bailey, Edward James, 23, 27th April 1944, Royal Air Force (VR), 960483, Leading Aircraftman. Son of Frederick William and Harriet Bailey of Newport. Bari War Cemetery. Educated at Church Road School and Brynglas Central School. Played for Brynglas boys’ cricket team.
  • Bailey, James, Private 226017. Died 12/04/1918 aged 20. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Aire Communal Cemetery. Son of E and James Bailey, of Cefn, Rogerstone.
  • Bailey, Uriah, 60, 24th February 1941, Merchant Navy, SS Nailsea Lass, Fireman and Trimmer. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Bailey, Walter Charles, Private 13669. Died 31/03/1916 aged 26.South Wales Borderers. Arras Memorial. Son of Mrs Katharine T. Bailey, of 76, Halstead St., Maindee.
  • Bailey, William Eldred, Private 18080. Died 26/10/1916 aged 38.South Wales Borderers. Buried Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery. Husband of Annie Bailey, of 53,Gordon St., Maindee.
  • Baines, Samuel, Stoket 1st Class K/23163. Died 05/06/1916. Buried Lyness Royal Naval Cemetery.
  • Baiss, Basil Richard, Rifleman 315317. Died 04/10/1918. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Ramicourt British Cemetery.
  • Baiss, Frederick John Ernest, Rifleman 1623. Died 08/05/1915 aged 21. Monmouthshire Regiment.Ypres(Menin Gate) Memorial. Son of William Henry and Anna Maria Baiss, of 24,Raglan Street.
  • Baker, Charles Dunn, Gunner 6159. Died 02/03/1917 aged 35. Royal Field Artillery. Buried Bray Military Cemetery. Husband of Beatrice Mabel Taylor of 23, Whitehouse St., Bedminster, Bristol. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks memorial
  • Baker, Francis Justin, Able Seaman Z/3225. Died 23/04/1917. Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve.Arras Memorial. Son of Tom Baker 275 Corporation Road.
  • Baker, Herbert Charles, Lance Corporal 3690. Died 24/05/1921 aged 34. Monmouthshire Regiment Buried Newport(St. Woolos) Cemetery. Husband of Claudean Amelia Baker, of 7,Adelaide Street, Crindau.
  • Baker, James, Gunner 48668. Died 14/11/1914. Royal Field Artillery. Le Touret Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas.
  • Baker, Walter John, Private 03598. Died 24/05/1917.LancashireFusiliers. Buried Brown’s Road MilitaryCemetery. Son of Mrs S. Baker, of 12,Rudry Street, EastUsk Road.
  • Baker, William, Signal Boatswain. Died 31/05/1916. Royal Navy - HMS Queen Mary. Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
  • Baldwin, Henry Edwin, Private 45613. Died 21/03/1918. Welsh Regiment. Buried Duhallow A.D.S.Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Ball,Frederick, Private 47235. Died 26/08/1917. Royal Welsh Fusiliers.TyneCot Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Ball, Henry James, Lieutenant. Died 24/07/1918 aged 31. Royal Air Force. Buried Alexandria (Hadra )War Memorial Cemetery. Son of Solomon and Margaret Ann Ball, of 23 Montrose Villas, Tutshill, Chepstow. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Ball, Norman, Private 14/1615. Died 18/09/1916. York and Lancaster Regiment. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Ball, W, 1917, Private.South WalesBorderers. Of74 Bristol Street.
  • Ball, Wilfred, Private 18031. Died 17/12/1915 aged 17.West YorkshireRegiment (Prince of Wales Own).Ypres(Menin Gate) Memorial. Son of Mrs Sarah Ball, of 3,Caroline Street.
  • Bamfield, Arthur Ewart, Died in First World War. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Banks, Charles, Private 35139. Died 06/05/1917 aged 19.South Wales Borderers. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Mrs H. Banks, of 21,Orchard Street. Commemorated locally at St. Julian'sMethodistChurch.
  • Banks, Thomas, Private 11863. Died 08/09/1916. Welsh Regiment. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Banwell, Frank Vincent, Private 29702. Died 04/07/1917.South WalesBorderers. BuriedBelgianBatteryCornerCemetery. Son of John and Susanah Banwell.
  • Barker, Frederick, Serjeant 11768. Died 01/07/1916.South Wales Borderers. BuriedAncreBritishCemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Barkus, William Joseph, Private 266679. Died 18/09/1917. Welsh Regiment. BuriedYfarmMilitaryCemetery.  Of 61,George Street.
  • Barlow, John, Private 38158. Died 16/08/1916. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Guillemot Road Cemetery.
  • Barnett, C E, Corporal 32522. Died 14/09/1916. Welsh Regiment. BuriedEssexFarmCemetery.
  • Barnfield, Arthur Ewart, Private 206126. Died 13/04/1918. The Queen's (RoyalWest SurreyRegiment). Ploegsteert Memorial.
  • Barratt, Joseph William, Private 109011. Died 17/05/1917 aged 19. Sherwood Foresters (Notts andDerbyRegiment). Soissons Memorial. Adopted son of Mr and Mrs E. Gill, of Broad Street.
  • Bartlett, James, Second Lieutenant. Died 06/05/1918 aged 38. Royal Engineers. Buried Basra War Cemetery. Son of William and Ann Bartlett, of 45,Marion Street.
  • Barton, David George, Cook. Died 31/10/1916 aged 24. Mercantile Marine - SS Adriatic. Tower Hill Memorial. Son of William Barton, of Malpas. Born at Bettws. Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas.
  • Bastian, William, Private 26394. Died 08/09/1916.South Wales Borderers. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Bateman, Herbert Ivor, Able Seaman J/22494. Died 17/05/1920 aged 20. Royal Navy - HMS Serene. BuriedNewport(St Woolos) Cemetery. Son of John Edward and Mary Walden Bateman, of 57,Durham Road.
  • Bater, William Alfred, Private 8138. Died 10/07/1917 aged 32. Welsh Regiment. Buried Rocquigny-EquancourtRoadBritishCemetery. Husband of Edith Louisa Bater, of 53,Morden Road.
  • Bates, Albert, Private 36064. Died 25/05/1915. Welsh Regiment, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Batten, Albert L, Private 99851. Died 01/10/1917. Machine Gun Corps. Buried Brandhoek New MilitaryCemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Baulch, Percy, Private 4252. Died 21/03/1916 aged 26. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Caerleon (St. Cadoc) Churchyard. Son of William Henry and Ellen Baulch, of Caerleon. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church and General Post Office.
  • Baynham, Hubert Gerald, Driver 68238. Died 12/03/1919 aged 25. Royal Horse Artillery. BuriedNewport(Christchurch) Cemetery. Son of Thomas Alfred and Sarah Ann Bayliss. Born in Co.Clare,Ireland.
  • Baynham, Percy Frank, Lance Corporal 58551. Died 21/09/1918 aged 19. Lanceshire Fusiliers. Buried Houchin British Cemetery. Son of William John and Hannah Baynham, of 18, Corporation Rd. Commemorated locally at Newport YMCA
  • Beagen, George Richard, Private 69801. Died 09/10/1918 aged 43. The King's (LiverpoolRegiment). BuriedNewport(St. Woolos) Cemetery. Husband of Rachael Elizabeth Beagen, of 19,Marshfield Street.
  • Beanland, Herbert Watkin, Corporal 231404. Died 26/12/1917 aged 22.LondonRegiment (Royal Fusiliers). Buried Newport(St. Woolos) Cemetery. Son of George Watkin Beanland and Martha Beanland.
  • Beaton, William Henry Joseph, Private 18950. Died 18/04/1918.South Wales Borderers. Buried Gorre British and Indian Cemetery. Husband of Mrs A. Wall of 74,Bristol Street.
  • Bebb, John Henry, Corporal 443. Died 23/06/1916. Welsh Guards.LijssenthoekMilitaryCemetery.
  • Beck, Henri, 1916, Served with French forces. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Beckett, Herbert John, Private 18297. Died 16/04/1918 aged 33.South WalesBorderers.TyneCot Memorial.  Husband of Rosina Beckett.
  • Beddington, Thomas William, Private 17098. Died 03/11/1918. South Wales Borderers. Buried Les Baraques Military Cemetery.
  • Beddow, Oliver, Lance Corporal 7/15515. Died 20/09/1918.South WalesBorderers. Buried Mikra British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Beer, William John, Steward. Died 20/12/1917 aged 28. Mercantile Marine - SS Polvarth. Tower Hill Memorial.  Son of James and Hannah Beer of 4,Clytha Park Road.
  • Beeston, Arthur, Gunner 13123. Died 21/12/1916 aged 23. Royal Field Artillery. Buried Grovetown Military Cemetery.  Son of Jesse and Eliza Beeston. Native ofBassaleg.
  • Beeston, Fred Wall, Private 205077. Died 24/12/1917 aged 32. King'sShropshireLight Infantry. Buried Mory Abbey Military Cemetery. Husband of A. E. Beeston of Bassaleg.
  • Beighton, Arthur William, Private 123517. Died 30/05/1918. Machine Gun Corps Buried Sissonne British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Belcher, William H, Private 3/11307. Died 09/01/1918 aged 24.South Wale sBorderers. Buried Hailsham Cemetery.  Son of William and Sarah Belcher; husband of Eva AL Prideth  of 11,Junction Street, Polegate,Sussex. Born at Crindau. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Bell, William J H, Private 44477. Died 23/10/1918 aged 26. Welsh Regiment. Buried Highland Cemetery. Son of Mr and Mrs W. A. Bell; husband of Margaret Bell, of 57,Power   Street.
  • Beloker, William Henry, Corporal 4037. Died in First World War.South WalesBorderers.
  • Bennett, A, Private 46505. Died 02/06/1918. Welsh Regiment. BuriedCharmesMilitaryCemetery, Essegney.
  • Bennett, Albert George, Private 12456. Died 11/08/1915 aged 23.South WalesBorderers. Buried Azmak Cemetery.  Son of Mrs MA Bennett, of 14,Gaskill Street. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Bennett, Benjamin, Private 22790. Died 06/07/1917. Welsh Regiment. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Bennett, Edgar, Private 7/15596. Died 02/05/1917.South Wales Borderers. Buried Karasouli Military Cemetery. Of 13,Jenkins Street. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Bennett,Frederick, Lance Corporal 226987. Died 08/10/1918. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Sequehart British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas and St Mary's RC Church.
  • Bennett, Henry James, Private 25946. Died 20/09/1917 aged 28. Welsh Regiment, Buried Duhallow A.D.S.Cemetery. Husband of Beatrice Simmonds, of 55,Dock   Street.
  • Berrow, W S, Corporal 230195. Died 17/04/1919. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Ponthir Baptist Chapelyard.
  • Berry, Albert, Private 16769. Died 23/09/1918 aged 24.South WalesBorderers. Awarded Military Medal. Buried Bassaleg (St. Basil) Churchyard. Son of Mr and Mrs George Berry, of 2,Tredegar Street, Rhiwderin.
  • Berry, E R, Private 37441. Died 19/06/1917. Machine Gun Corps.ArrasMemorial.
  • Berry, George Wilfred, Serjeant 28750. Died 11/09/1917 aged 21. Royal Field Artillery. BuriedArtilleryWoodCemetery. Born atNewport. His brother Corporall. Brother of WJ Berry, below.
  • Berry, George Wyndham, Private 22134. Died 24/04/1917.South WalesBorderers. Buried Mendinghem Military Cemetery.
  • Berry, James, Rifleman 229554. Died 08/05/1915. Monmouthshire Regiment.Ypres(Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Berry, S E, Corporal 19962. Died 21/11/1917 aged 30.South WalesBorderers. Awarded Military Medal. Buried Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery. Husband of Martha Berry, of 30,Henson   Street. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Berry, W J, Corporal 28779. Died 06/10/1916 aged 26. Royal Field Artillery. Buried Carnoy Military Cemetery. Brother of George Wyndham Berry, above.
  • Betts, Edward, Private. Died 14/10/1918 aged 29. Australian Infantry. Buried St Sever Cemetery. Son of Alicia M. Betts, of 9,Baldwin Street. Commemorated locally at St. Stephen's Church, Pill.
  • Betts, Gerald Godfrey, Fireman and Trimmer. Mercantile Marine - SS Clearfield. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. Stephen's Church, Pill. His ship was sunk on 23rd October 1916.
  • Betts, John, Able Seaman. Died 31/05/1916 aged 32. Royal Navy - HMS Indefatigable.Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Edward and Alice Maria Betts, of 9,Baldwin Street. Commemorated locally at St. Stephen's Church, Pill.
  • Bevan, Charles Bennett, Lance Corporal 39659. Died 12/04/1918 aged 25.South WalesBorderers. Buried Lapugnoy Military Cemetery.Son of George Bevan.
  • Bevan, John Daniel, Stoker 1st Class K/26711. Died 32/05/1916 aged 38. Royal Navy - HMS Black Prince.Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Son of John Bevan; husband of Lily Minnie Bevan, of 4, Eden Terrace, Hunters Rd., Handsworth, Birmingham.
  • Bevan, Reginald, Private 9217. Died 13/10/1915.NorfolkRegiment. Loos Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Bevan, W D. Trooper.Died 1918, Glamorgan Yeomanry.
  • Bevan, Walter Robert, Private 10947.DevonshireRegiment. Loos Memorial.
  • Bevister, Joseph, Lance Corporal 15348. Died 26/09/1915 aged 26.South WalesBorderers. Loos Memorial. Son of John Bevister; husband of Lilian Bevister, of Mount Villa,Ashcombe Park Rd.,Weston-super-Mare.
  • Binke, Cornelius, Private. Died in First World War. Welsh Guards.
  • Binning, Herbert, Private 10303. Died 26/09/1914. South Wales Borderers. La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial
  • Birch, Thomas. Died 1915. Of8 Wilson Street.
  • Bird, Frederick George, Gunner 796390. Died 17/09/1917. Royal Field Artillery. BuriedOxfordRoadCemetery.
  • Birt, Wilfred Beckett, Captain. Died 18/04/1916 aged 36.East SurreyRegiment. Buried Cologne Southern Cemtery. Son of Frederick Beckett Birt and Agnes Birt, of Kenley,Surrey; husband of Veronica Earle Marsh Lyne. Commemorated locally atSt. JohntheBaptistChurch.
  • Bishop, Charles Edward, Sapper 75420. Died 11/12/1916 aged 25. Royal Engineers. Buried Barlin Communal Cemetery. Son of Charles and Frances Bishop, of 3,Bank St.,Caerleon Road.
  • Bistrom, Bernard Frederick. Mess Room Boy. Died 01/08/1918 aged 16. Mercantile Marine - SS North Cambria.Commemorated locally atAll Saints’  church, Brynglas.
  • Blackmore, George, Private 46444. Died 22/06/1918.WelshRegiment.TerlincthunBritishCemetery.
  • Blackmore, James Arthur, Private 9541. Died 25/01/1915 aged 33. Scots Guards. Le Touret Memorial. Son of William and Rosa Blackmore, of Milton Cottage, Llanwern. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Blackmore, William, Rifleman 2113. Died 08/05/1915 aged 35. Monmouthshire Regiment.Ypres(Menin Gate) Memorial. Son of W and Rosa Blackmore, of Milton Cottage, Llanwen. Commemorated locally atPlaque, St Mary's church, Malpas, Christchurch War Memorial and in First World War Memorial, Malpas Community Centre.
  • Blackmore, William Chris, Private 37639. Died 27/10/1917. Gloucestershire Regiment. Buried Dozinghem Military Cemetery.
  • Blackwell, W, Sapper 451971. Died 02/11/1918. Royal Engineers. BuriedSt.Sever Cemetery
  • Blake, Joseph Edward, Second Lieutenant. Died in First World War.YorkshireRegiment.
  • Blewitt, Frank, Private 1905. Died 22/07/1916. Monmouthshire Regiment. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Blunt,FrancesAlexander, Corporal 14494. Died 27/08/1915.South WalesBorderers. Buried Aldershot Military Cemetery. Son of Mr ME Blunt, of 46, Tunnel Terrace.
  • Blythe, Ernest Albert, Ordinary Seaman. Died 01/10/1917 aged 17. Mercantile Marine - SS Mersario. Tower Hill Memorial. Son of Sidney Arthur and Rose Blythe, of 54,Archibald   Street.
  • Bolton, Alfred James, Private 19729. Died 10/10/1915 aged 27. York and Lancaster Regiment. Buried Valenciennes (St. Roch) Communal Cemetery. Son of Robert and Jane Bolton, of 26, Goldcroft Common, Caerleon.
  • Boswell, Richard, Private 36328. Died 03/01/1916 aged 40. Welsh Regiment. Loos Memorial. Husband of Charlotte Boswell, of 7,Lilleshall Street. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Bottomley, Frederick, Second Lieutenant. Died 02/09/1918 aged 30. King's OwnYorkshireLight Infantry. Buried Gomiecourt South Cemetery.
  • Bowden, Albert Henry, Lance Corporal 796. Died 10/09/1916 aged 25. Welsh Guards. BuriedOvillersMilitaryCemetery. Son of William H. and Ellen J. Bowden, of 38,Albany Rd.,Montpelier,Bristol. Born atNewport.
  • Bowden, Edward, Rifleman 1341. Died 13/10/1915 aged 20. Monmouthshire Regiment. Loos Memorial. Son of Thomas and Rachel Bowden, of 3,Castle Street, Caerleon.
  • Bowden, H A V. Lieutenant. Died in First World War. Royal Field Artillery.
  • Bowden, Henry Charles, Rifleman S/28286. Died 21/04/1917. Rifle Brigade. Buried Gouzeaucourt NewBritishCemetery.
  • Bowden, Howard, Company Sergeant Major 265583. Died in First World War. Monmouthshire Regiment.
  • Bowen, Howard Thomas, Company QuatermasterSerjeant 265585. Died 03/09/1917 aged 31. Monmouthshire Regiment. BuriedDar es SalaamWarCemetery. Son of SM and Mary Bowen, of 121,Commercial Street.
  • Box, William Henry, Private 40254. Died 09/04/1918 aged 31. Labour Corps. Buried Haverskerque British Cemetery. Son of Walter and Emily Box.
  • Brace, William Percy, Sub-Lieutenant. Died 25/10/1918.Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Buried Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Llanthewy Road Baptist Church.
  • Bracher, George, Private 9139. Died 12/11/1914 aged 21. Coldstream Guards. Buried Sanctuary Wood Cemetery. Son of Matthias and Louisa Bracher, of Gerrard's Farm, Fovant, Wiltshire.
  • Bradford, Charles Edmund, Gunner 12849. Died 31/05/1916 aged 28. Royal Marine Artillery - HMS Lion. Portsmouth Naval Memorial. Son of Edmund and Harriett Ann Bradford, of 60, Dewstow Street, Corporation Road.
  • Bradley, William John, Private 327. Died 25/04/1915 aged 31. Australian Infantry. Lone Pine Memorial. Son of William and Alice Bradley, of 334, Janette Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Native of Ludlow.
  • Bragg, George Henry, Serjeant 13914. Died 23/04/1917. South Wales Borderers. Arras Memorial.
  • Bransfield, Percy Reginald, Private 19598. Died 08/08/1915 aged 17. South Wales Borderers. Buried Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery . Son of John and Ellen Bransfield, of 5, Mansel Street.
  • Bray, John Charles, Rifleman 4194. Died 21/05/1916 aged 21. London Regiment (Post Office Rifles). Arras Memorial. Son of Henry and Hannah Bray, of 76, Maple Avenue. A clerk assistant at the General Post Office. Enlisted 1915.
  • Brazell, Thomas H, Gunner 745261. Died 07/09/1917. Royal Field Artillery. Buried Canada Farm Cemetery.
  • Breddy, Charles Henry, Private 8761. Died 10/11/1914 aged 29. South Wales Borderers. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Son of Charles Henry and Emily Breddy; husband of Rose Elizabeth Webb of 28, King's Parade.
  • Brewer, Charles Edward William, Lieutenant. Died 02/08/1918 aged 22. Royal Navy - HMS Ariel. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Son of Dr Reginald EW and of Mrs AS Brewer, of 7, Victoria Place. Commemorated locally at family grave St Woolos cemetery.
  • Brewer, Edmund, Second Lieutenant. Died 12/01/1918. South Wales Borderers. Buried Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Brewis, John F, Gunner 740675. Died 12/04/1918. Royal Field Artillery, Buried Vieille-Chapelle New Military Cemetery. Son of Joseph and Mary Jane Brewis, of 23, Ailesbury Street. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas. Brother of Joseph and William, below.
  • Brewis, Joseph Napier Story, Private 11305. Died 06/03/1915 aged 21. South Wales Borderers. Le Touret Memorial. Son of Joseph and Mary Jane Brewis, of 23, Ailesbury Street. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Brewis, William T, Private 13770. Died 10/05/1915 aged 23. South Wales Borderers. Buried Bethune Town Cemetery. Son of Joseph and Mary J Brewis, of 23, Ailesbury Street. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Brewster, E, Died beween 10/40 and 03/41. Merchant Navy. Of 120 Maesglas Road.
  • Brewster, L S, Private 16585. Died 26/09/1918. South Wales Borderers. Awarded Military Medal. Buried Chapelle British Cemetery. Commemorated locally atLysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Brickley, John, Private 14236. Died 23/12/1914 aged 41. South Wales Borderers. Buried Bethune Town Cemetery. Son of William and Margret Brickley. Native of Ireland. Commemorated locally at St Mary's and St Michael's RC churches
  • Bridges, Edward, Private G/41748. Died 23/02/1917. Middlesex Regiment. Buried Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Summerhill Baptist Church.
  • Broad, Frederick, Private 11502. Died 10/02/1915 aged 39. Welsh Regiment. Buried Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Husband of Eleanor Broad, of 6, South Market Street. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC church
  • Brooks, Albert, 27, Private M2/149026. Died 09/02/1919. Royal Army Service Corps. BuriedNewport (St. Woolos) Cemetery.  Son of Robert and Sarah Ann Brooks.
  • Brothwood, Edward, Private 17201. Died 25/03/1918 aged 34. South Wales Borderers. Arras Memorial.  Son of Paul Brothwood and Jane Brothwood. Commemorated locally atLysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Brown, Arthur, Private 9454. Died 12/11/1914 aged 30. South Wales Borderers. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Son of George James Brown, of 13, St. Woolos Place. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist church.
  • Brown, Charles James, Lance Corporal 23085. Died 02/12/1918 aged 22. South Wales Borderers. Buried Newport (Christchurch) Cemetery. Son of Charles James and Sarah Brown, of 28, Somerton Road.
  • Brown, Edwin George, Rifleman 226378. Died 08/10/1918 aged 21. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Sequehart British Cemetery.Son of Mr GT Brown, of 266, Caerleon Road. Commemorated locally at St. Julian's Methodist church.
  • Brown, E M, Gunner 36715. Died in First World War. Royal Garrison Artillery.
  • Brown, George Russell, Lieutenant. Died 11/02/1918 aged 22. Northumberland Fusiliers. Buried St. Martin Calvaire British Cemetery. Son of George Lang Brown, of 37, Victoria Avenue, Whitley Bay, Northumberland. Commemorated locally at St Marks church.
  • Brown, James John, Lance Corporal 9609. Died 09/05/1915. South Wales Borderers. Helles Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas and in First World War memorial Malpas Community Centre.
  • Brown, Richard William, Serjeant 49106. Died 04/09/1918 aged 30. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Buried Sailly-Saillisel British Cemetery. Son of Ann Brown, of 3, Edwen Street.
  • Brown, Robert William, Corporal 159. Died 08/05/1915 aged 28. Monmouthshire Regiment. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Husband of Melinda Brown, of 22, Robert Street. Commemorated locally at Old Temple Street Boys (St Stephen's church)
  • Brown, Sidney, Private 030208. Died 15/12/1918 aged 36. Royal Army Ordnance Corps. Buried Janval Cemetery. Husband of Martha A. Brown, of Langstone Villa.
  • Brundrett, George Frederick, Second Lieutenant. Died 24/08/1918 aged 26. Cheshire Regiment. Buried St. Sever Cemetery. Son of George Grantham Brundrett and Elizabeth Ann Brundrett, of 16, Leicester Road.
  • Brundrett, Walter, Private 160019. Died 10/04/1917. Canadian Infantry. Buried Barlin Communal Cemetery. Son of George Grantham Brundrett and Elizabeth Ann Brundrett, of Stockport.
  • Brute, William Benjamin, Private 15613. Died 17/10/1918 aged 32. South Wales Borderers. Buried Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Son of MA Brute, of 35, Albany St., Crindau. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ church, Brynglas.
  • Buck, Thomas, Private 18357. Died 11/10/1915 aged 29. South Wales Borderers. Buried Heath Cemetery.  Husband of Kathleen Ethel Buck, of 5, Trinity Place, Pill. Commemorated locally at Old Temple Street Boys (St Stephen's church) and St. Stephen's church, Pill.
  • Buckler, William, Private 36351. Died 25/05/1915. Welsh Regiment. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Budden, George William, Pioneer WR/506902. Died 21/10/1918 aged 26. Royal Engineers. Buried Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Son of George William and Alice Maud Budden, of 1, Mountjoy Road.
  • Bumstead, Arthur Leopold., Private 10256. Died 28/03/1918 aged 23. Machine Gun Corps. Buried Acheux British Cemetery.  Son of CB and EH Bumstead, of Hillside, Llantarnam.
  • Bunn, Hammond Tregay, Private 63792. Died 15/04/1917 aged 32. Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Mikra Memorial. Husband of Florence Maud Bunn, of 35, Brynderwen Road.
  • Burgess, Stanley Arthur, Rifleman 302580. Died 09/10/1916 aged 26. London Regiment. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Lydia Martha Burgess, of 6, The Printers' Almshouses, Wood Green, London. Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas.
  • Burke, Augustine Joseph, Rifleman 3123. Died 12/10/1916 aged 17. Monmouthshire Regiment. Buried Foncquevillers Military Cemetery . Son of Mrs KA Jones of 20, Rose St., Queen's Hill. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC church.
  • Burke, Cornelius, Private 2984. Died 16/09/1918 aged 20. Welsh Guards. Buried Sunken Road Cemetery. Son of Cornelius and Mary Ann Burke, of 17, Albion Street. Commemorated locally at St Mary's and St Michael's RC Churches.
  • Burke, Frank, Corporal 26318. Died 18/10/1918 aged 36.South WalesBorderers. BuriedCrossRoadsCemetery. Son of John and Catherine Burke. Commemorated locally at St Michael's Church.
  • Burley, Graham Samuel, Private 48062. Died 03/10/1918 aged 31. Welsh Regiment. BuriedMikraBritishCemetery. Son of Joseph and Louisa Burley, ofBristol; husband of Ellen Grace Burley, of 37,Leonard   Rd., Redfield,Bristol.
  • Burrough, Reginald Garfield, Private 19532. Died 24/08/1916 aged 22.SomersetLight Infantry. Thiepval Memorial. Son of Frank Burrough, of 27,Marlborough Road.
  • Burroughs, Harold John, Rifleman 551621. Died 01/07/1916.LondonRegiment.BuriedGommecourtBritishCemetery. Commemorated locally at Newport YMCA.
  • Burrup, Alfred, Private 9420. Died 21/10/1914 aged 24.South WalesBorderers. BuriedBedfordHouseCemetery. Son of Edwin and Mary Jane Burrup. Commemorated locally at All Saints’  church, Brynglas
  • Bush, Albert Edward, Private 48359. Died 23/03/1918. Welsh Regiment. BuriedBancourtBritishCemetery. Son of Mr SG Bush, of 114,Shaftesbury   Street. Commemorated locally at St Julian's High School and All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Byard, William Ernest, Private 11879. Died 01/09/1915 aged 23. Welsh Regiment. BuriedAlexandria(Chatby) Military AndWarMemorialCemetery. Son of Mr J and Mrs EC Byard, of 34,Albert   Avenue. Commemorated locally at St. Julian'sMethodistChurch.
  • Byard, Walter Henry, Private 42209. Died 11/02/1917 aged 22.South WalesBorderers. BuriedBirmingham(Lodge Hill) Cemetery. Son of Eber and Mary Catherine Byard, of The Routs Farm, Llanwern. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Byfield, Thomas Frederick, Rifleman 225390. Died 28/10/1918 aged 22. Monmouthshire Regiment. BuriedSt.Sever Cemetery. Son of Abraham and Clara Byfield, of 33,Jones Street.