Newport Cenotaph FWW (E-G)

Newport Cenotaph First Wold War. Surnames E-G

  • East, Harold Henry, 32, 6th November 1917, Herefordshire Regiment, 239021, Private. Son of Edwin and Laura East; husband of Edith Emily East, of "Dyfnant," Queen's Terrace, Aberystwyth, Beersheba War Cemetery.
  • Eaton, Arthur Onesimus, 25, 18th August 1917, The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 54030, Private, Died of fever. Son of James and Sarah Eaton, of Old Street, St Julian’s, Caerleon Road, Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery.
  • Ebsworth, William Morgan, 23, 9th October 1917, Manchester Regiment, 302281, Private. Husband of Mrs M. E. Ebsworth, of 79, Dolphin Street,Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Edmondson, John William, 39, 20th February 1916, Royal Fusiliers, 450, Company Serjeant Major. Husband of L. E. Edmondson, of 25, Liscombe St., Cromwell Rd, Quarry Cemetery.
  • Edmunds, A E, 1914/1915, South Wales Borderers, Private
  • Edmunds, Herbert Arthur, 21, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2116, Lance Corporal. Son of John and Eliza Ann Edmunds, of 2, Gloster Place, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Edmundson, Charles Robert Ewbank, 24, 1st July 1916, York and Lancaster Regiment, Captain, M C.. Son of Charles Francis Peter and Mary Eleanor Edmundson, of Masham, Yorks; husband of Grace Maude Edmundson, of 14, Cathcart Hill, Tufnell Park, London, Adanac Military Cemetery.
  • Edwards, Arthur, 4th October 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226312, Corporal, Ramicourt British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Edwards, Caroline Maud, 30th December 1915, Queen Alexandra's Royal Naval Nursing Service, HM Hospital Ship Drina, Chatham Naval Memorial. She and several other nurses from HMHS Drina had boarded the cruiser HMS Natal in the Cromarty Firth for a Christmas party when internal explosions caused the ship to sink.
  • Edwards, George, 10th November 1917, South Wales Borderers, 35329, Private, Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Edwards, Harold Thorne, 32, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, Captain. Son of T. S. Edwards (solicitor), of 24, Stow Hill and of Alice Elizabeth Edwards. Native of Newbridge. New Irish Farm Cemetery.
  • Edwards, Hubert Ernest, 24, 3rd February 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Wales Z/697, Able Seaman. Son of Thomas and Esther Edwards, of 11, Crescent Rd., Maindee, Queens Cemetery.
  • Edwards, John, 23, 23rd May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2750, Rifleman. Son of Benjamin and Mary Ann Edwards, of 566, Corporation Rd., Tyne Cot Cemetery. Commemorated locally at  Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Edwards, Thomas Edward, 24, 11th September 1918, Royal Army Medical Corps 46307, Private. Son of Mrs Emma Jane O'Brien, of 45, Lyne Rd., Vaulx Hill Cemetery.Commemorated locally at  All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Edwards, Vincent Edward Samuel, 20, 18th April 1918, Royal Army Medical Corps, 68244,Private. Son of Evan and Jeanette Edwards, of "Ty Gwyn", Victoria Park Rd. East, Cardiff, Loos Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Edwards, Walter, 27th August 1915, Australian Infantry, 1186, Private, Lone Pine Memorial.
  • Edwards, William, 17th October 1917, South Wales Borderers, Z/13370, Private, Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery.Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Edwards, William Henry, 23, 4th February 1917, South Wales Borderers, 11775, Private. Son of Alfred John and Mary Edwards, of 6, Dumfries Place, Amara War Cemetery. Commemorated locally at  St Mary's RC Church.
  • Edwards, William John, 1st July 1916, 2nd Bn. South Wales Borderers, 10077, Serjeant, Thiepval Memorial.
  • Edwards, William Reginald, 25, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2480, Rifleman. Son of Morgan and Elizabeth Edwards of PentrePorth, Bassaleg, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Ekers, William Stanley, 19, 9th March 1918, The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 91198, Private. Son of Frank and Edith Ekers, of 5, Cardiff Rd., Dernancourt Communal Cemetery.
  • Ellaway, William Henry, 20, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1671, Rifleman. Son of William and Harriet Ellaway, of 33, Corporation Rd., Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Elliott, Charles Colwill, 24, 12th March 1919, Royal Engineers, 75127, Corporal. Son of William and Sarah Ann Elliott, ArquataScrivia Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at  General Post Office.
  • Elliott, William Henry, 8th August 1915, Australian Infantry, 2257, Private, 5 Bath Street, Formerly served seven years with the Royal Navy. Lone Pine Memorial.
  • Ellis, Edward Gordon, 19, 5th August 1918, Royal Scots 302387, Private. Son of Mrs S. I. Ellis, of ChristChurch. Rd. Post Office, St Sever Cemetery Extension. Commemorated locally at ChristChurch War Memorial and Summerhill Baptist Church.
  • Ellis, Frederick, 37, 31st December 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 45565, Private. Son of John and Clara Ellis, of Birmingham, Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Ellis, Frederick E G, 19, 8th October 1915, Gloucestershire Regiment, 9695, Private. Son of Mary H. A. Simmonds of 1, Raglan Terrace, 222, Southgate St., Gloucester, Loos Memorial.
  • Ellis, John James, 31st August 1916, Welsh Regiment, 1892, Private, Essex Farm Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Elms, Bertie George, 5th October 1917, Australian Infantry, 418, Private, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Emmett, Charles, 30, 24th March 1916, South Wales Borderers, 20046, Private. Husband of Clara Greenhalgh of 37, Anchor Place, Hunslet, Leeds. Hursley (All Saints) Church Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • England, Basil Henry, 18, 26th April 1918, Royal Engineers, 3877844, Sapper. Son of Thomas Edwin and Alice England, Caestre Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Stephen's Church, Pill.
  • Erzeneek, Martin, 38, 2nd January 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Kingsley, Donkeyman,  Husband of Florence Elizabeth Caroline Erzeneek, of 42, Caerleon Rd., Born in Russia. Penzance Cemetery.
  • Evans, Albert William, 28th March 1918, Australian Infantry, 6548, Australian, Villers-Bretonneux Memorial.
  • Evans, Arthur Alexander, 19, 24th April 1915,  Monmouthshire Regiment, 1829, Rifleman. Son of Mrs H. L. and the late Mr A. A. Evans, of 56, North Street, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Evans, A H, 17th September 1918, 1st Bn. Welsh Guards, 1229, Serjeant. Son of Mrs M. Evans, of "Bay View," Marshfield, Cardiff, Sunken Road Cemetery.
  • Evans, Benjamin Charles, 21st August 1915, South Wales Borderers, 24994, Private, Helles Memorial.
  • Evans, Charles, Drake Bn. END, AB. Son of Mr and Mrs Evans of 13 Wheeler Street.Commemorated locally at Newport Athletic Club Gates.
  • Evans, Clifford Travel, 19, 27th March 1917, Royal Engineers., 20671, Sapper. Son of David Evans, of 18, Somerset Rd., FaubourgD'amiens Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Summerhill Baptist Church.
  • Evans, David, South Wales Borderers, 390233, Private. Died in First World War..
  • Evans, David Apt, 38, 9th November 1917, Welsh Regiment, 48949, Private. Son of the late Mr and Mrs Thomas Evans, of Wood Farm, Burlton, Shrewsbury; husband of Jessie M. Evans, of 13, Jeffrey St., Maindee, Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Evans, David John, 25, 26th July 1917, Mercantile Marine,  SS Ludgate, Fourth Engineer Officer. Son of John and Mary Evans of 1, Blania Wharf, Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Evans, Edward, 33, 11th November 1918, South Wales Borderers, 14401, Private, Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Evans, Ernest Charles, 25, 31st March 1918, Welsh Regiment, 15229, Lance Corporal. Son of William and Anna Diment Evans, of 1, West End Terrace, Caldicot, Karasouli Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Evans, Evan, 10th November 1917, South Wales Borderers, 26110, Private, Poelcapelle British Cemetery.
  • Evans, Frank, 41, 20th March 1920, South Wales Borderers, 7808, Lance Corporal. Husband of Sarah C. Evans, of 11, Dudley St., Corporation Rd., Newport (Christchurch.) Cemetery.
  • Evans, Frederick, 9th August 1918, Queen Alexandra's Own Royal Hussars, 46513, Lance Serjeant. Son of John and Lydia Evans, of 5, John St., Rogerstone. Husband of Kathleen May Evans, of Ebenezer Terrace, Bassaleg, Longueau British Cemetery.
  • Evans, Herbert Charles, 8th May 1917, Gloucestershire Regiment., 37284, Private, Stepson of Mrs S. Evans, of 21, Mountjoy Place, Arras Memorial.
  • Evans, Horace Hughes, 28, 22nd May 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 740751, Serjeant, M.M.. Son of James Thomas and Sarah Ann Evans, of 2, Carey Rd., Maindee, Doullens Communal Cemetery.
  • Evans, James Harold, 24, 28th May 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 740707, Serjeant. Son of Thomas and Sarah Ann Evans; Henin Communal Cemetery.
  • Evans, Percival Cecil Windsor, 20, 6th April 1918, Royal FirldAryillery, 131686, Lance Bombadier. Son of Thomas Edward and Sarah Evans of Cwmbran, Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Marks Church.
  • Evans, Samuel, 25th April 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 14489, Bombadier, 74, Duckpool Road, Hibers Trench Cemetery.
  • Evans, Thomas William, 18, 12th October 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3594, Rifleman. Son of Mr and Mrs William John Evans, of 9, Mellon St., Foncquevillers Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Evans, Walter, 29, 11th October 1918, Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry, 200719, Lance Corporal. Son of Mrs E. and E. W. Evans, of 62, Risca Road, Granezza British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St John the Baptist Church.
  • Evans, William Charles, 22, 24th October 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, WZ/895,  Able Seaman. Son of Charles and Minnie Evans, of 13, Wheeler St., Bard Cottage Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Evans, William Henry, 22, 9th August 1917, Royal Navy, HMS Recruit, J/16141, Leading Seaman. Son of Moses and Mary Evans, of 77, Uplands, Rogerstone, Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Faithfull, Sidney Leigh, 40, 15th August 1916, Royal Engineers, Second Lieutenant. Son of Charles E. and Sarah Faithfull, of Boscombe; husband of Bessie Adie Faithfull, of Boscombe, Hants. Served in the South African and German South-West African Campaigns. Maroeuil British Cemetery.
  • Fallon, Laurence, 30, 7th May 1916, 6th Bn. South Wales Borderers, 17202, Private. Husband of Esther Fallon, of 18, Magor Street. Ecoivres Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Farrant, Edwin George, 30, 24th April 1917, Worcestershire Regiment, 30822, Private. Husband of Florence GertyFarrant, of 5, Alice Street, Doiran Memorial.
  • Fellows, Joseph Thomas, 26, 31st October 1918, South Wales Borderers, 6/17106, Serjeant, Awarded Military Medal. Husband of F. E. Smith of 15, Ifton St., Liswerry. Pont-De-Nieppe Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Gloucestershire. Schoonselhof Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Malpas Road Evangelical Church.
  • Finighan, Richard, 4th July 1917, Royal Engineers, 65976, Sapper, Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Fisher, Benjamin Louis, 2nd June 1916, South Wales Borderers, 21881, Private, Gateshead East Cemetery.
  • Fisher, Cyril Arthur, 29, 1st July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 19283, Private, Awarded Military Medal. Son of Jessie Fisher, of 53, Risca Rd., Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Fitzgerald, William, 37, 9th August 1915, South Wales Borderers, 13271, Private. Husband of Ada Fitzgerald, of 18, Princes St., Abergavenny. Helles Memorial.
  • Fitzmorris, Richard, 22, 25th January 1915, South Wales Borderers, 11831, Private. Son of Mary Fitzmorris, of 30, Emlyn Terrace. Le Touret Memorial. Commemorated locally at  St Mary's RC Church.
  • Fitzpatrick, J, 18th April 1918, South Wales Borderers, 13027, Private, Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal, Brown's Road Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks and St Mary's RC Church.
  • Fitzpatrick, T, 37, 2nd December 1915, South Wales Borderers, 14399, Private. Son of Thomas and Ann Fitzpatrick. St. Sever Cemetery.
  • Fletcher, John, 12th September 1918, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 93657, Private. Vis-En-Artois Memorial.
  • Flook, Harry, 34, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2460, Rifleman. Husband of Georgina Flook, of 7, Prince St., Maindee. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Flook, S, 7th March 1915, Gloucestershire Regiment, 3255, Private, Bethune Town Cemetery.
  • Flook, Samuel George, Welsh Regt., 53785, Corporal. Eldest son of Mr and Mrs Henry Flook, 18 Downing Street, Lliswerry.
  • Foley, John, 19, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1663, Rifleman. Son of Augustine and Ann Foley, of 19, Granville St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Foot, Leslie Wilfred, 22, 2nd August 1917, Royal Fusiliers, 7367, Lance Corporal. Son of William and Annie Foot, of II, Edwin St. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
  • Ford, Albert, 11th Glostershire Regt., 2930, Sergeant, WW1
  • Ford, Arthur Llewellyn, 42, 15th April 1918, South Wales Borderers, 30251, Private. Husband of Louisa Charlotte Ford, of 45, Bristol Street. Ploegsteert Memorial.
  • Ford, Chris, North Lancashire Fusiliers, 197516. Died in First World War.
  • Forrest, James, Gloucestershire Regiment, Second Lieutenant. Died in First World War.
  • Fortey, Frank Harold, 36, 8th October 1918, The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 49641, Private. Husband of Alice Fortey, of 87, Albert Avenue, Masnieres British Cemetery.
  • Fortey, George Henry, 42, 24th January 1917, Royal Engineers, 115106, Pioneer. Husband of Eliza Fortey, of 14, Lyne Rd. Allonville Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Foweather, Herbert, 23, 4th June 1917, South Wales Borderers, 10955, Serjeant. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Foweather, of 67, Henry St. Perth Cemetery.
  • Fox, Albert V, 29, 11th April 1918, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 41920, Private. Son of George and Mary Fox, of 83, Duckpool Rd. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Fox, Edward, 27, 4th November 1914, No. 1 Coy. 1st Bn  Grenadier Guards, 13324, Private. Son of Henry John and Marian Helena Fox, of 9, Power St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Foxon, Harold Lewis, 13th December 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, HMS Stephen Furness. Able Seaman, Wales Z/2506. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Francis, Edgar Charles, 23, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2612, Rifleman. Son of James and Elizabeth Francis, of 69, Raglan St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Francis, Harold John, 20, 29th July 1918, Royal Sussex Regiment, G/21443, Private. Son of John Henry and Alice Francis, of 19, Goodnich Crescent, Soissons Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas, at Malpas Road Evangelical Church and at St Julian's High School.
  • Francis, William George, 7th September 1918, Rifle Brigade, S/2317, Rifleman. Peronne Communal Cemetery.
  • Francis, William Howard, 21, 17th July 1916, Royal Garrison Artillery, 859, Gunner. Son of James and Louisa Francis, of 68, Somerset Rd., Dantzig Alley British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and Summerhill Baptist Church.
  • Franklin, George, 38, 29th November 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 17442, Private, Awarded Military Medal. Husband of Alice Finn of 22, Frederick St. Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Friberg, Karl Oscar, 20, 21st August 1918, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Wales Z/1708, Able Seaman. Son of Ellen Friberg, of 56, Henry St., Vis-En-Artois Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas
  • Friend, John, 1st November 1914, Royal Navy, HMS "Monmouth.", K/22028, Stoker 2nd Class. Son of Mr. J. and Mrs. K. Friend, of 45, Prince St., Maindee, Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Friskney, W T, 29, 18th July 1917, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2995, Serjeant. Husband of Florence Friskney, of 13, The Common. Caerleon, Caerleon (St. Cadoc) Churchyard.
  • Frost, Frederick Donald, 29, 18th October 1918, Royal Air Force, 184094, Cadet. Son of Edward and Elizabeth Mary Frost; husband of Kathleen Maud Frost, of 26, Rapson Rd., Durban, Natal, South Africa. Born at Newport, Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church.
  • Frost, William Frank, 30, 17th October 1918, Royal Field Artillery, Second Lieutenant. Husband of Beatrice Maud Frost, of 64, Llanthewy Rd. Busigny Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church.
  • Furness, Charles Abel, 26, 7th July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 21529, Serjeant. Husband of Florence Maria Furness, of 18, Dudley St. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Furzer, Walter James, 24, 21st January 1917, Royal Gloucester Hussars, 1978, Lance Corporal. Son of Herbert and Mary Furzer, of 39, Victoria Avenue, Maindee, Kantara War Memorial Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St John's Church, Maindee.
  • Gabb, Arthur John, 29, 15th September 1918, South Wales borderers, 22228, Private, Vadencourt British Cemetery.
  • Gabb, Frederick Alec, 3rd February 1917, Lancashire Fusiliers, 36866, Private, Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery.
  • Gabb, George Thomas, 26, 11th May 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 156899, Driver. Husband of F. M. Gabb, of 20, James St., Boyelles Communal Cemetery.
  • Gale, William Henry, 55, 5th February 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS "Azul",  Donkeyman. Husband of Elizabeth Ann Gale of Bishopsgate Parade, Cardiff Rd. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Gallear, John, 31, 27th September 1916, Yorkshire Regiment, 11241, Lance Corporal. Husband of Sarah Ann Gallear, of 29, Lloyd St., Liswerry. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Gallivan, John Joseph Patrick, 18, 10th October 1918, Royal Irish Regiment, 7592, Corporal, 33,Grangegorman Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally atSt Julian's High School.
  • Gallop, Arthur Henry, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1565, Rifleman, Gommecourt Wood New Cemetery.
  • Galsworthy, Alfred, 21, 31st March 1918, Worcestershire Regiment, 242063, Private. Son of John W. and Elizabeth Galsworthy, of 8, Rodney Rd. Pozieres Memorial.
  • Games, David John, 23rd October 1917, Northumberland Fusiliers, Private. Husband of Elsie May Gaes, Clarence House, 153 Caerleon Road.
  • Gamlin, Harry Lewis, 21, 28th April 1916, South Wales Borderers, 12987, Lance Corporal. Son of Charles E. and Harriett A. Gamlin, of 86, Raglan St. Maroc British Cemetery.
  • Gane, Frederick, 19, 15th October 1914, South Wales Borderers, 10713, Private. Son of Joshua Gane. La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial.
  • Gapper, Charles, 35, 17th April 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, SS Kish, Wales Z/884, Able Seaman. Son of Mr and Mrs George Gapper, of 9, Severn View, Stow Hill. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Garbutt, William, 26, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2194, Serjeant. Son of Mrs A. Garbutt, of 146, Malpas Rd. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally atAll Saints Church, Brynglas and Malpas Road Evangelical Church.
  • Gardner, Harold Joseph, 34, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 71, Company Serjeant Major. Husband of Sarah Jane Gardner, of 26, Summerhill Avenue. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally atSt. John the Baptist Church.
  • Garland, Charles Orlando, 22, 31st October 1918, Royal Field Artillery 73043, Gunner. Son of Mr and Mrs John Garland, of 15, Eveswell Street, MontecchioPrecalcino Communal Cemetery.
  • Garrett, John Evelyn, 21, 14th January 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, HMS "Q.7.",  Wales Z/1570, Signalman. Son of John E. Garrett, of 12, Carlisle St., Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Garth, Allen Edward, 19, 27th May 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 41759, Private, 20, Kensington Place. Son of Mr and Mrs E. Garth, Arras Memorial.Commemorated locally at Julian's High School.
  • Garth, Allan Edward, 19, 27th May 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 41759, Private. Son of Mr and Mrs E. Garth, of 20, Kensington Place, Arras Memorial.
  • Geary, Alfred Thomas, 17th May 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 13116, Gunner, 36 Lewis Street, Cairo War Memorial Cemetery.
  • Geary, Daniel James, 18, 24th November 1916, Royal Field Artillery, 636, Driver. Son of Thomas and Catherine Geary, of 89, Alexandra Rd., Dernancourt Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally atSt Mary's RC Church.
  • Geen, William Purdon, 31st July 1915, King's Royal Rifle Corps, Second Lieutenant. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • George, Arthur Reuben, 27, 24th August 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Heatherside, Carpenter. Husband of Laura Ethel George of 5, Capel Crescent. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at Malpas Community Centre.
  • George, Frank Alfred, 28, 17th October 1918, Welsh Regiment, Second Lieutenant. Son of Mrs Rose George, of 37, Carlyle Rd., South Ealing, Middlesex, La Vallee-Mulatre Communal Cemetery.
  • Gibb, George David, 28, 4th September 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 740939, Bombardier. Husband of Lorna Rachel Gibb, of 24, Bedford Rd. Wytschaete Military Cemetery.
  • Gibbon, Arthur Henry, 19, 23rd February 1919, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 76159, Private. Son of T. and W. Hannah Gibbon, of 31, Power St. Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Gibbs, Charles George, 13th November 1914, Welsh Regiment, 9076, Private, Boulogne Eastern Cemetery.
  • Gibbs, Horace Boddington, 27th September 1916, Canadian Infantry, 436011, Private. Vimy Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s.
  • Gibbs, John, 18th September 1918, South Wales Borderers, 15320, Private, Doiran Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally atLysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Gibbs, Thomas, 27, 28th March 1918, Welsh Guards, 2144, Private. Son of Patience and George Gibbs.Native of Newport, Bac-Du-Sud British Cemetery.
  • Gill, Bertram Walter, 28, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2425, Rifleman. Son of Edward Joseph and Emily Kate Gill, of 8, Bolton Rd. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally atSt Mark’s Church and St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Gill, Joseph, 27th May 1918. Adopted son of Mr and Mrs Gill of Goldcliffe.
  • Gillard, Ernest William, 23rd October 1916, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Able Seaman, Hamel Military Cemetery.
  • Gimlett, Gladys Sarah Matilda, 48, Civilian, of 13 Eveswell Street. Daughter of George and Louisa Gimlett. Died at home.
  • Ginello (Gineloer), Ivor, 31st October 1918, Royal Engineers, 452291, Sapper. Son of John and Charlotte Geneloer  of 26 Victoria Road, Cwmbran. Husband of M. M. Ginello, of 20, Dudley St., Awoingt British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Gladstone, Ralph Oscar, 27, 2nd November 1917, Royal Engineer, Second Lieutenant. Son of Ralph Atchison Gladstone and of Mrs Gladstone of Crosshills, Keighley, Yorks.; husband of Ruby Mabel Symonds of 14, Broseley Avenue, Didsbury, Manchester. Bard Cottage Cemetery.
  • Glass, James, 8th February 1919, US Army, Cook. Son of Mr and Mrs Glass 209 Caerleon Road.
  • Gomery, C, 41, 2nd October 1915, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 13917, Company Serjeant Major. Husband of Mary Beatrice Gomery, of 22A, Club Row, Blaina, Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Gooderidge, John James, 38, 9th August 1915, South Wales Borderers, 12898, Private. Husband of M. A. Gooderidge, of 460, Corporation Rd., Hill 60 Cemetery. Commemorated locally at - Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Goodman, John, 3rd June 1918, Royal Engineers, 325912, Private, Aubigny Communal Cemetery.
  • Goodman, William Henry, 28, 15th June 1917, South Wales Borderers, 16401, Serjeant, Awarded Military Medal. Son of George and Emma Goodman, of "Ealing Cottage," Malpas, Westhof Farm Cemetery. Commemorated locally on parents’ grave and plaque at St Mary's Church, Malpas and Malpas Community Centre.
  • Goodried, Joseph Thomas, 19, 20th August 1920, South Wales Borderers, 3903582(75098), Private. Son of John Goodreid, Newport (Christchurch.)Cemetery.
  • Goodwin, John, 31st May 1916, Royal Navy, HMS Black Prince, K/24687, Stoker 1st Class. Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
  • Gordon, Thomas Percy, 33, 11th October 1918, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 204556, Private. Husband of Elinor M. Gordon, of 9, George St., Sutton, Surrey. Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Gorman, Thomas Henry, 21st August 1915, South Wales Borderers, 12536, Private, 7th Field Ambulance Cemetery.Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Gorton, William, 39, 8th April 1919,  Royal Engineers, 563820, Sapper. Son of William and Mary Ann Gorton. Husband of May Gorton, of 47, Richmond Rd. Workington (Harrington Road) Cemetery.
  • Gorvin, Arthur Charles, 20th September 1917, Welsh Regiment, 285005, Private. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Gough, Frederick, 20, 17th June 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2062, Rifleman. Son of Mrs Laura L. G. Gough, of 4, Colne St. Wytschaete Military Cemetery.
  • Gough, G, 20, 20th December 1918, The King's (Liverpool Regiment), 202916. Son of Albert and Annie Gough, of 42, Lewis St. Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Gough, J George, 27, 4th April 1917, Royal Garrison Artillery, 92842, Gunner. Son of Mrs Laura Louisa Grace Gough, of 4, Colne St. Riverside, Faubourg d'Amiens Cemetery.
  • Gough, Maurice Senior, 27, 15th February 1917, South Wales Borderers, 26391, Private. Son of Mr W. H. and Mrs M. Gough, of 23, Summerhill Avenue, Maindee. Hem Communal Cemetery.
  • Gough, Sidney, 14th November 1916, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Wales Z/1455, Able Seaman. Varennes Military Cemetery.
  • Goulding, George Samuel, 22, 4th June 1918, South Wales Borderers, 13798, Private. Son of James and Elizabeth Goulding, of 34, Dolphin St., Cambrin Military Cemetery.
  • Goulding, James Henry, 28, 21st November 1918, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 180323, Private. Husband of Catherine Goulding, of 5, Agincourt St., Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally atAll Saint's Church, Brynglas and St Mary's RC Church.
  • Goulding, John Walter, 10th October 1916, South Wales Borderers, 15121, Private, Regina Trench Cemetery, Grandcourt.
  • Grace, Samuel Charles, 29th August 1918, South Wales Borderers, 14811, Corporal. Kirkee 1914-1918 Memorial. Commemorated locally atAll Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Grace, Thomas, 17th September 1914, South Wales Borderers, 11080, Private. La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Gratton, George, 4th March 1918, Royal Flying Corps, Second Lieutenant & Pilot, Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Gray, James Albert, 24, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2208, Rifleman. Son of Alfred William and Emily Gray, of 6, Stafford Rd. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Green, John, 26th September 1915, South Wales Borderers, 15276, Private, Loos Memorial.
  • Greene, David John, 20, 30th September 1918, Royal Fusiliers, 66218, Private. Son of David and Edith Greene, Zantvoode British Cemetery.
  • Greenhaff, Frederick William, 27, 3rd March 1817, Lancashire Fusilers, 307402, Private. Son of William and Kate Greenhaff; husband of Annie Mary Greenhaff, of 52, Bradford St., Caerphilly. Caerphilly (St. Martin) Churchyard.
  • Greening, Walter Thomas, 33, 14th November 1914, South Wales Borderers, 8881, Private. Husband of Fanny Frances Greening, of 16, Oakley St. Hooge Crater Cemetery.
  • Greenland, Frank Ernest, 34, 23rd April 1918, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 34397, Private. Husband of Winifred A. Greenland, of 27, Richmond Rd. Croix-Du-Bac British Cemetery, Steenwerck.
  • Greenland, James Edwin, 33, 28th August 1918, Welsh Guards, 4038, Private. Son of James and Elizabeth Greenland; husband of Mrs E. E. Greenland, of Nestleton, Calne, Wilts. Native of Newport, Ligny-Sur-Canche British Cemetery.
  • Greenslade, Albert, 6th April 1918, Royal Marine Light Infantry, PLY/16538, Private. Pozieres Memorial. Commemorated locally at Havelock Street Presbyterian Church.
  • Greenway, Edward Walter, 23rd September 1918, Royal Army Medical Corps, 372013, Quartermaster Serjeant. Mazargues War Cemetery.
  • Greenwood, Edward Rodney, 19, 4th December 1918, Royal Navy,  HMS " Ramillies.", Ordinary Seaman. Edinburgh (Seafield) Cemetery.
  • Grenville, Patrick, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, Rifleman. Tyne Cot Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Gribble, Hy. Charles Edgar, 29, 31st July 1917, Grenadier Guards, 26043, Private. Husband of Ella Gribble, of 30, Stockton Rd. New Irish Farm Cemetery.
  • Grieve, John Mearns, 16, 22nd January 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Linwood, Mess Room Steward. Son of George Grieve, of 3, Kirby St. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Griffin, Alfred Henry, 31st May 1916, Royal Navy, HMS Defence, J/24383, Ordinary Seaman. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Griffin, Daniel, 12th December 1916, Welsh Regiment, 26823, Private. Cardiff (Cathays) Cemetery.
  • Griffin, Richard, 28, 19th May 1915, Royal Marine Light Infantry, PO/710(S), Private. Son of Richard and Hannah Griffin, of 10, Gaskell St. Lancashire Landing Cemetery.
  • Griffin, Stanley, 29, 27th September 1918, Devonshire Regiment, 76009, Private. Husband of Mrs A. M. Griffin, of 23, Mill St., La Targette British Cemetery.
  • Griffin, William, 23rd September 1918, Welsh Regiment, 14560, Private. Kirechkoi-Hortakoi Military Cemetery.
  • Griffith, Wilfred Ernest, 31, 17th December 1918, Royal Engineers, 199919, Sapper. Son of George Henry and Sarah Matilda Griffiths, of 297, Caerleon Rd. Belgrade Cemetery.
  • Griffiths, Albert George, 20, 13th October 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3302, Rifleman. Son of Thomas and Amy Jane Griffiths, of The Village, Caerleon, Loos British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Griffiths, Arthur Reginald, 24, 20th May 1917, Middlesex Regiment,  G/40144, Private. Son of James Henry and Ada Griffiths, of 85, Oakfield Rd., Arras Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church.
  • Griffiths, Christopher William, 35, 7th November 1918, Royal Engineers, Lieutenant. Son of William and Rosita Griffiths. Husband of Maud Mabel Waudby, of 7, Sycamore Rd., Waterloo, Liverpool. A survivor of the Lusitania. St Sever Cemetery Extension.
  • Griffiths, Edward, 23rd April 1917, South Wales Borderers, 18490, Serjeant. Arras Memorial.
  • Griffiths, John, 34, 12th May 1917, Royal Engineers, 171695, Sapper. Husband of Margaret Griffiths, of 25, Dean St., Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally atSt Mary's RC Church.
  • Griffiths, John Edward, 27, 8th October 1918, Australian Field Artillery, 19790, Gunner, 83, Albert Avenue, Maindee. Son of James and Florence Griffiths, Bellicourt British Cemetery.
  • Griffiths, T, 18th August 1916, South Wales Borderers. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Griffiths, Walter, 7th October 1918, Royal Engineers, WR/295517, Sapper. Kirechkoi-Hortakoi Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Griffiths, Wilfrid Ernest, 31, 17th December 1918, Royal Engineers, 199919, Sapper. Son of George Henry and Sarah Matilda Griffiths, of 297, Caerleon Rd., Belgrade Cemetery.
  • Groves, Francis Neville, 25, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, Lieutenant. Son of John Francis and Frances Matilda Groves. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally atSt Mark’s Church.
  • Grunnah, Nicholas, 26th February 1919, Merchant Navy. 16 Stow Park Avenue.
  • Gunn, Austin Charles, 30, 22nd July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3493, Private. Son of Mr C. and Mrs H. Gunn, of 40, Chepstow Rd. Hamel Military Cemetery.
  • Gunstone, Harold, 20, 9th August 1915, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 19760, Private. Son of Tom and Leah Gunstone, of 24, Cyril St. Helles Memorial.
  • Guy, Alice Annie, 21st August 1916, Scottish Women's Hospital attd.Serbian Army, Nursing Sister, Former Superintendent of the Devonshire Hospital, Buxton. Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally on parents’ grave, St Mary's Churchyard, Malpas.
  • Gwyer, William, 20, 1st November 1914, Royal Navy, HMS Monmouth, K/9849, Stoker 1st Class. Son of Robert and Annie Gwyer, of 59, Jeddo St. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's and St Michael's RC Churches.