Newport Cenotaph FWW (M)

Newport Cenotaph First Wold War. Surnames M

  • MacDonald, John, 51, 10th January 1919, Royal Defence Corps, 14256, Lance Serjeant. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • MacKae, David, Mercantile Marine, Chief Engineer. Died in First World War.
  • MacPherson, Alexander James, 19, 28th March 1918, London Regiment (London Scottish), 515017, Private. Son of Mr and Mrs M. Macpherson, of 2, Council Houses, Lybster, Caithness-shire; husband of Jessie Macpherson, Canadian Cemetery No.2, Neuville-St. Vaast. Commemorated locally at St Julian's High School.
  • MacPherson, John, 29, 4th May 1916, Royal Field Artillery, 31594, Gunner. Son of Mr and Mrs J. McPherson, of Edinburgh; husband of S. A. McPherson, of 77, Hewertson St., Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery.
  • Madsen, Peter Anton, 57, 8th November 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Murcia, Carpenter. Son of Anton and Mary Madsen; husband of Margaret Madsen of 7, Rosslyn Rd., Born in Denmark. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Mahoney, Nicholas, 5th July 1915, South Wales Borderers, 8897, Corporal. Berlin South-Western Cemetery.
  • Maloney, Thomas J, Royal Navy, Leading Steward. Died in First World War. Commemorated locally at WW1 Memorial, Malpas Community Centre.
  • Malpas, Walter Samuel, 16th April 1917, Royal Fusiliers, 62789, Private. Arras Memorial.
  • Manley, Richard, Mercantile Marine, Greaser Fireman. Died in First World War.
  • Mansfield, James Michael, 20, 8th October 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226298, Serjeant. Son of Margaret Mansfield, of 17, Castle St.,  Guizancourt Farm Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's and St Michael's RC Churches.
  • Mapps, Albert Edward, 33, 19th March 1916, Army Service Corps., R4/089164, Private. Husband of Mary Ann Mapps, of 6, Wells Terrace, Cwmbran. Born at Newport. Newport (Christchurch) Cemetery.
  • Mapstone, E,  20th August 1917, South Wales Borderers, 13884, Private, Basra Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. Stephen's Church, Pill.
  • Markland, Louis Gordon, 29, 16th September 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Acadian, Second Engineer. Husband of Annie Markland of 71, Adeline St. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Marley, W H, 30th September 1915, Royal Field Artillery, 25834, Bombardier, Dud Corner Cemetery, LOOS.Commemorated locally on grave at St Woolos Cemetery.
  • Maroney, James, 1st October 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 8723, Private. Son of James and Ellen Maroney, of 27, Hall St., Victoria, Ebbw Vale. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Marsh, Douglas Charles Earle, 19, 8th April 1918, 6th Dragoon Guards, Second Lieutenant, St. Sever Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Marsh, Frederick, 37, 3rd September 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 13111, Driver. Son of William and Helen Marsh, of King Stanley, Stroud, Glos. Red Cross Corner Cemetery.
  • Marsh, Thomas Benjamin, 22, 4th August 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Countess of Mar, Boatswain (Bosun). Son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Marsh. Born at Newport. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Marsh, Thomas Henry,14th April 1917, South Wales Borderers, 7342, Lance Serjeant. Arras Memorial.
  • Marsh, Thomas Joseph, 53, 4th August 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Countess of Mar, Steward. Husband of Charlotte Elizabeth Marsh of 4, Davidson St., Blyth, Northumberland. Born at Newport. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Marshall, Bert, 25, 12th July 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 1438, Driver. Husband of Edith Marshall, of 141, Duckpool Rd., Maindee, Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Marshall, Frederick William, 3rd October 1915, Welsh Regiment, 16841, Private. Le Treport Military Cemetery.
  • Martell, Henry William, 26th January 1915, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 10576, Lance Corporal. Ploegsteert Memorial.
  • Martin, Alfred Ernest, 20th November 1917,  Lancashire Fusiliers, 307404, Private. St. Sever Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Martin, Ernest, 20, 20th October 1916, South Wales Borderers, 26596, Private. Husband of Violet Louise Davies of "Glaslyn," 11, Hubert Rd. Thiepval  Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Martin, E W Sidney, 41, 16th February 1917, Royal Army Medical Corps., Captain, Mentioned in Despatches. Son of John E. Martin, J.P., of Ridgeway. Amara War Cemetery.
  • Martin, F, Private, Newport.
  • Martin, Percy Rowe, 23, 21st October 1914, South Wales Borderers, 10794, Private. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Martin, Richard, 37, 3rd December 1916, Royal Navy, "Drake" Bn. R.N. Div., Z/1389, Able Seaman. Husband of Ellen Martin, of 34, Dudley St. Newport (Christchurch) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Martin, T, 18th September 1918, South Wales Borderers, 12724, Private. Doiran Memorial.
  • Martin, William, 8th April 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 54861, Private. Arras Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas and Havelock Street Presbyterian Church.
  • Masser, Horace, 18th October 1918, East Lancashire Regiment, 38822, Private. Cretinier Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Mathias, Frederick James, 27, 15th October 1917, Royal Naval Reserve, H.M. Drifter "Active III.", 1882SA, Second Hand. Son of Jonathan and Emma Jane Mathias, of Milford Haven; husband of Alice Mathias, of Lliswerry. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Matthews, Stanley Shone, 9th May 1915, South Wales Borderers, 13395, Private. Le Touret Memorial.
  • Maude, Herbert Edward, 10th November 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 90895, Regimental Serjeant Major. Deir El Belah War Cemetery.
  • Max, Thomas Ewart Jolly, 24, 14th October 1918, Royal Army Medical Corps, 364388, Private. Son of George and Mary Ann Max, of 94, Redland St. Ypres Reservoir Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Maxfield, William, 29, 27th April 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 38012, Serjeant, Awarded Military Medal. Son of Sydney and Mary Maxfield. Pernes British Cemetery.
  • Mayell, Rowland Cleeve, 24, 28th April 1915, King's Royal Rifle Corps., 8819, Corporal. Son of Rowland Henry and Rose Annie Mayell, of 98, Dock St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Mayne, Henry Richard. Died in First World War, 23, 13th October 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3440, Rifleman. Son of Charles John Mayne, of 11, Bank St., Caerlon Rd. Loos Memorial.
  • Mayo, Sidney Ivor, 27, 18th August 1917, Royal Engineers, 476749, Corporal. Husband of Maude L. J. Mayo, of 78, Bridge St. Coxyde Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • McBride, James, 17th June 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Raloo, Master. Tower Hill Memorial
  • McCalley, Dan, Mercantile Marine, Seaman. Died in First World War.
  • McCalley, Thomas, Mercantile Marine, Seaman. Died in First World War.
  • McCarthy, John Patrick, 29, 28th April 1916, Worcestershire Regiment,  9885, Private. Son of John Joseph and Ellen McCarthy, of 37, Hoskin's St. Arras Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • McCarthy, Thomas, 25, 11th January 1921, Royal Field Artillery, 13742, Driver. Son of M. and Violet M. McCarthy, of 167, Shaftsbury St. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • McCrory, John, 32, 29th October 1918, South Wales Borderers, 17585, Private. Son of Alexander and Emily McCrory, of 9, Kimberley Terrace, Malpas Rd. Born at Brynmawr. Les Baraques Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally on plaque St Mary's Church, Malpas and Malpas Community Centre.
  • McDonnell, B, Mercantile Marine. Died in First World War. Commemorated locally at St Michael's Church.
  • McHale, William, 32, 17th October 1915, Grenadier Guards, 20061, Lance Corporal. Son of James and Mary McHale, of 27, Gaskelll St., Loos Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • McKim, James, 41, 29th April 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Australier (London), Fireman and Trimmer. Son of Sarah McKim and Daniel McKim; husband of Mary Ann McKim of 3, Sutton Rd. Born at Glasgow. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • McNeil, Donald, 29, 11th April 1918, Seaforth Highlanders, 515626, Lance Corporal. Son of Maria McNeil, of 106, Monthermer Rd., Cathays, Cardiff. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • McPherson, Alexander J, 28th March 1918, Cameron Highlanders, S/13887, Private, Only son of Mr ans Mrs M McPherson of 11 Marlborough Road. Arras Memorial.
  • McPhillips, George, 28th May 1915, South Wales Borderers, 13666, Private. Helles Memorial.
  • McPhillips, J, 23, 28th February 1919, Royal Engineers, 82546, Sapper. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Mead, Edmund George Biss, 25, 4th October 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226780, Rifleman, Only son of Harry and Rose Jane Mead, of 5, Brynglas Crescent, Malpas Rd. Bellicourt British Cemetery.
  • Meadows, Frederick Charles, 19, 14th October 1916, Royal Army Medical Corps, 1683, Private. Son of George and Emily Meadows, of 46, Aston Crescent, Lonsdale Cemetery. Shot while tending to German wounded. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas and Malpas Road Evangelical Church.
  • Meares, Gerald Percy Sims, 22, 16th March 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 4255, Rifleman. Son of Percy Nicholson Meares and Florence Mabel Meares, of 26, Bryngwyn Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Meredith, Edward Henry, 23, 9th April 1916, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 18274, Private. Son of Mrs Susan Meredith, of 61, Alma St. Amara War Cemetery.
  • Meredith, George Henry, 27, 18th September 1914, South Wales Borderers, 8558, Private. Husband of Gertrude May Brown of II, Baneswell Rd. Vendresse British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Havelock Street Presbyterian Church.
  • Meredith, William Henry, 24, 21st May 1917, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), 231405, Private. Son of William John and Edith Meredith, of 32, Hereford St., Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery.
  • Merrett, Ernest Nelson, 22, 27th July 1917, Welsh Regiment, 25934, Private. Son of George and Mary M. Merrett, of Brook House, Bishpool, Christchurch. Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Merrix, John Henry, 26th July 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Ludgate, Master. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Merryweather, Squire, 45, 17th September 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Wellington (Cardiff). Husband of Eliza Merryweather of 93, Raglan St. Born at Atlanta, USA. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Mesquitta, William Bertram, 29, 25th October 1918, Army Service Corps, Maxwell Hicks Staff Accountants, E/311777, Corporal. Husband of Ethel Mesquitta, of 38, Hanover St., Canton, Cardiff. Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Midgey, William, Mercantile Marine, Chief Engineer. Died in First World War.
  • Miles, Thomas, 20, 9th November 1917, Canadian Infantry, 213031, Private. Son of Alfred Miles of Church St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Miles, William, 29, 10th November 1917, South Wales Borderers, 13379, Lance Corporal. Son of William and Mary Miles, of 5, Wallis St. Tyne Cot Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's and St Michael's RC Churches.
  • Millar, Samuel Minford, 4th April 1916, Royal Army Medical Corps, 47021 (5?), Private. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Millard, Joseph Gordon, 31, 20th July 1916, Cameron Highlanders, S/21548, Private. Son of Henry Alfred Millard, of 8, Riverside, East Usk Rd., Loos Memorial.
  • Miller, A, 8th November 1915, South Wales Borderers, 17135, Private, Ploegsteert Wood Military Cemetery.Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Miller, Arthur R, 30th March 1917, South Wales Borderers, 25236, Private, Bray Military Cemetery.
  • Miller, Henry George, 27, 10th August 1917, Royal Fusiliers, 2030, Private. Son of Henry George and Mary Ann Miller, of 46, Llanwern St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Miller, Wilfrid, 26, 11th October 1917, Royal Garrison Artillery, 138679, Gunner. Son of George Fred and Sarah Elizabeth. Etaples Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Old Temple Street Boys (St Stephen's Church) and St. Stephen's church, Pill.
  • Millinship, William Henry, 1st September 1916, South Wales Borderers, 23336, Lance Corporal. Husband of V. Millinship, of 2, Joynes Buildings. Philosophe British Cemetery.
  • Mills, Arthur Henry, 27, 31st May/1st June 1918, Royal Army Medical Corps, 76034, Serjeant. Son of Jane and Henry Mills, 29 St. Marks Cresent. Native of Newport. Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Mills, Charles Fawcett, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 55468, Lance Corporal. Died in First World War.
  • Millward, Thomas, 8th May 1915, South Wales Borderers, 9600, Private, Awarded Distinguished Conduct Medal. Helles Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas, St Mary's Church, Malpas and Malpas Community Centre.
  • Mills, Henry R, 12, Civilian death.
  • Milne, Norman, 30th October 1917, London Regiment (Artists' Rifles), 764710, Private. Tyne Cot Memorial. Commemorated locally at Summerhill Baptist Church.
  • Milton, Henry Frank, 26, 21st October 1914, Gloucestershire Regiment, 8185, Private. Son of Mrs Jane Middlicott, of 3, Clayton St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Mitchell, Thomas Raymond, 30, 9th August 1915, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 11667, Private. Son of Thomas and Louisa Mitchell, of 16, Liverpool St. Helles Memorial.
  • Mogford, Frederick Arthur, 36, 13th March 1918, Royal Flying Corps, 131807, Airman 3rd Class. Son of Matilda Mogford, of 25, East Usk Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Mogford, George, 19th February 1916, South Wales Borderers, 13242, Private. Arras Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Moloney, Thomas Joseph, 4th February 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Wales Z/231, Leading Seaman. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's church, Malpas and St Mary's RC Church.
  • Moore, Archibald Cyril, 27, 28th November 1918, Royal Air Force, 19341, Sergeant. Son of William and Mary Jane Moore, of "Kingsley" Cardiff Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and entry from Newport Intermediate School for Boys Directory.
  • Moore, Arthur Lewis, 19, 26th September 1916, Lancashire Fusiliers, 9292, Private. Son of Arthur W. and Ann Moore, of 4, Liverpool St. Thiepval  Memorial.Commemorated locally at St. Julian's Methodist Church.
  • Moore, Arthur Reginald, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2204, Rifleman. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Moore, John Holmes Lyndon, 20, 9th April 1918, Royal Field Artillery, Lieutenant, Younger son of William Lyndon Moore and Marian Moore, of Elmscott, Ramleh War Cemetery.
  • Moore, William Henry, 27, 12th October 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, 225782, Rifleman. Husband of Alice Mary Moore of "Hovedene", II, Alteryn Rd., Fresnoy-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery.
  • Moore, William John, 7th July 1916, Welsh Regiment, 23213, Lance Corporal. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Moran, Edward Thomas, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 139, Serjeant. Tyne Cot Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Moreton, Albert Ewart Cecil, 24, 23rd June 1917, Royal Garrison Artillery, 14988, Gunner. Son of Albert F. and M. Moreton. Husband of Edith Ann Moreton, of "Springvale," Brockweir, Glos. Wytschaete Military Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Albert Arthur, 31st May 1916, Royal Navy, HMS "Defence.". Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Morgan, Albert Henry, 24, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2390, Rifleman. Husband of Mable Pike of 97, Baldwin St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. Stephen's Church, Pill.
  • Morgan, Alfred, 19th June 1916, Canadian Infantry, A/22116, Lance Corporal. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Arthur, 27th August 1918, Welsh Regiment, 52607, Private. Vis-En-Artois Memorial.
  • Morgan, Arthur Augustus, 3rd January 1917, Dorsetshire Regiment, 19453, Lance Serjeant. Thiepval  Memorial.
  • Morgan, Charles, Mercantile Marine, Chief Steward. Died in First World War.
  • Morgan, Cuthbert John, 26, 18th July 1917, The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, 245090, Private. Son of Emily Morgan, of 9, Temple St. Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Edgar, 23, 20th April 1918, Cheshire Regiment, 260113, Private. Son of Eliza Morgan, of Treberth Farm, Christchurch. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Morgan, Edwin Francis, 15th December 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, R/4015, Able Seaman. Sunken Road Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church and Llanthewy Road Baptist Church.
  • Morgan, Edward James, 24, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2949, Rifleman. Son of Mary E. Morgan, of 3, Seven View, Stow Hill. Husband of Florence Morgan, of 24, Wharf Rd., Maindee. Worked for the Great Western Railway. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Morgan, Enoch, 26th April 1916, Royal Engineers, 119552, Pioneer. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Eric Fennell Trevor, 19, 23rd August 1917, Manchester Regiment, 302466, Private. Son of the Rev. Henry Morgan and Alice Gertrude Morgan, of Holy Trinity Rectory Cardiff Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and St. Stephen's Church, Pill.
  • Morgan, Fred, 33, 25th April 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 380, Serjeant. Son of Abraham and Ellen Morgan, of Rogerstone; husband of Edith E. Morgan, of "Hill View," Rogerstone. Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Frederick George, 23, 26th February 1915, South Wales Borderers, 16665, Private. Son of William and Rosina Morgan, of 2, Milman St. Hastings Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Frederick James, 42, 12th August 1915,  Mercantile Marine, SS "Jacona", Fireman. Husband of Helen Louisa Morgan, of 2, Wheeler St. Born at Newport. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Morgan, George Frederick, 11th January 1917, South Wales Borderers, 23453, Private. Hem Farm Military Cemetery.
  • Morgan, H J, 1918, Pioneers, South Wales Borderers, Signaller. Son of Mr and Mrs H Morgan, 8 Marion Street.
  • Morgan, Henry, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2030, Lance Serjeant. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Morgan, Henry Albert, 31, 15th April 1918, South Wales Borderers, 16796, Lance Corporal. Son of Henry and E. Morgan. Native of Newport. Haringhe (Bandaghem) Military Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Herbert, 20th October 1917, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 99867, Private, Cement House Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Herbert Alfred Percival, 27, 1st October 1918, Welsh Regiment, 48015, Private. Son of Alfred and Elizabeth Morgan, of 10, Clytha Square, Mikra British Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Horace Hubert, 20, 21st March 1918,  Lancashire Fusiliers, , 307333, Private. Son of Hubert James Morgan, of 125, Caerleon Rd. Pozieres Memorial.
  • Morgan, John, 16th September 1916, King's Shropshire Light Infantry, 15889, Private. Thiepval  Memorial. Commemorated locally at Old Temple Street Boys (St Stephen's Church).
  • Morgan, Morgan, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1396, Rifleman. Son of Mr L. Morgan, of Bolt House, Chepstow Rd. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Morgan, Percy Victor, 20, 5th September 1918, Lancashire Fusiliers, 49740, Private. Son of John and Ann Eliza Morgan of 12, Marion St. Le Grand Beaumart British Cemetery.
  • Morgan, R, 20th October 1914, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 10158, Private. Tyne Cot Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Reginald Frederick, 27, 21st December 1916, Royal Field Artillery, 117650, Gunner. Son of Mr and Mrs J. Morgan, of "Seaton House," 4, Bedford Rd., Grove Town Cemetery.
  • Morgan, Sidney Herbert, 18, 14th October 1917, Mercantile Marine,  SS East Wales, Fireman and Trimmer. Son of John and Annie Eliza Morgan, of 12, Marion St. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Morgan, William Stanley, 23, 9th June 1918, Royal Army Medical Corps, 88751, Private. Son of William and Isabella P. Morgan, of 73, Risca Rd. Faubourg d'Amiens Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church and Llanthewy Road Baptist Church.
  • Morley, Ernest John, 24th September 1918,  Welsh Regiment, 266706, Corporal, Vermand Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas, St Mary's Church, Malpas and Malpas Community Centre.
  • Morrill, Hubert, 1914/Mar 1915, Private, 2 Bath Street.
  • Morris, Abraham Lee, 12th November 1917, Royal Army Medical Corps, 372238, Private. Menin Road South Military Cemetery.
  • Morris, Alfred George, 41, 31st July 1917, King's Royal Rifle Corps, A/201774, Rifleman. Husband of Mrs E. M. Morris, of 20, Julian St. Voormezeele Enclosure.
  • Morris, Clifford Cory, 20, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2557, Rifleman. Son of James T. Morris, of 12, David St. Thiepval  Memorial.
  • Morris, Frank, 21st August 1915, South Wales Borderers, 15604, Private, Hill 10 Cemetery.
  • Morris, Frederick, 32, 18th February 1917, South Wales Borderers, 22531, Private. Husband of Ruby Morris, of 24, St. Woolos Rd., Mendinghem Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Morris, George Leonard, 28th November 1916, Australian Infantry, 3079, Private, 32 Clytha Park Road, Villers-Bretonneux Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s church and entry from Newport Intermediate School for Boys Directory.
  • Morris, George William, Mercantile Marine, Fireman. Died in First World War.
  • Morris, John Stanley, 19, 19th February 1918, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, SS Commonwealth, Wales/Z/3972, Signalman. Son of Tom and Elizabeth Ann Morris, of 47, Church St., Tredegar. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Morris, Joseph Henry, 19835, Private. Died in First World War.
  • Morris, Joseph, 33, 14th April 1917, Lancashire Fusiliers, 30893, Private. Son of Charles and Phoebe Morris, of 49, Power St., Barrack Hill. Husband of Frances Martha Smith of Buffalo Lodge, Bulwark, Chepstow. Thiepval  Memorial.
  • Morris, Percival Charles, 25, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1165, Lance Corporal. Son of W. J. and Maud Louise Morris, of 60, St. Mary St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Morris, Reginald Cyril, 23, 24th January 1919, Royal Field Artillery, 1189, Driver. Son of Mr F. W. and Mrs A. M. Morris, of 42, Church Rd., Kantara War Memorial Cemetery.
  • Morris, William. John, 24, 5th February 1915, Grenadier Guards, 15419, Private. Son of James Thomas and Rosina Morris; husband of Mrs EM Godboldof 119, Manor Rd., Tottenham, London. Chocques Military Cemetery.
  • Morrish, Albert Edward, 18, 9th September 1918, Gloucestershire Regiment, 39421, Private. Son of John and Louisa Morrish, of 7, Caroline St. Loos Memorial.
  • Morrish, Harry Edward, 36, 3rd January 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 780, Serjeant. Husband of Eliza Louisa Morrish, of 43, Eton Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saint's Church, Brynglas.
  • Morrish, William, Middlesex Regiment, Captain. Died in First World War.
  • Mort, William, 22, 21st March 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 745613, Driver. Son of Joseph P. and Mary Anna Mort, of 25, Ifton St., Liswerry. Favreuil British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght's (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Mortimore, Thomas, 4th December 1915, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 33466, Private. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Moseley, Frank, 19, 20th March 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1340, Rifleman. Son of George and Ellen Moseley, of Caerleon. Bailleul Communal Cemetery.
  • Moseley, Frederick Harold, 19, 7th June 1917, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226023, Rifleman. Son of Mr and Mrs A. J. Moseley, of 99, Stockton Rd., Loos British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. Julian's Methodist Church.
  • Moss, Arthur Henry, 28, 11th January 1916, South Wales Borderers, 12496, Lance Corporal. Son of Charles and Ellen Moss. East Mudros Military Cemetery.
  • Moss, Ivor John, 20, 30th December 1915, Royal Navy, HMS Natal, SS/5528, Ordinary Seaman. Son of Charles and Ellen Moss, of 5, Bishton St., Maindee. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Moss, William Henry, 27, 12th June 1917, South Wales Borderers, 21779, Private. Son of John and Amy Moss, of 26, Cruden St., St. Peter's St., Islington, London. Mendinghem Military Cemetery.
  • Moxam, Wallace, 25, 8th May 1917, Army Service Corps, RTS/3604, Saddler. Son of Robert Edward and Jenny Rees Moxham, of "Courtybella," 167, Caerleon Rd., Boulogne Eastern Cemetery.
  • Mulcahy, Thomas Henry, 38, 6th June 1915, South Wales Borderers, 15041, Private. Husband of Ellen Mulcahy, of 28, Mill St. Le Touret Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Murison, Cuthbert, 9th October 1917, Manchester Regiment, 352650, Private. Tyne Cot Cemetery.
  • Murphy, C, 21st September 1917, Royal Garrison Artillery, 77256, Gunner, The Huts Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Murphy, James, 18, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1569, Rifleman. Son of Mary Pring, of 13, Linton St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Murphy, James, 36, 11th July 1916, Welsh Regiment, 36028, Private. Son of James and Catherine Murphy, of 25, Dean Street, Struma Military Cemetery.
  • Murphy, William, 3rd May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 769, Private. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Murray, John, 20, 13th March 1915, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 4426, Private. Son of John and Bridget Murray, of 49, Canal Parade. Le Touret Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Murray, John Nicholas, 20, 12th November 1917, Royal Army Medical Corps, 372359, Private. Son of Thomas and Annie Murray, of 1, Union St., Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church. Killed on his 20th birthday, Worked for Newport Corporation Transport before the war. In 2014, a Newport Transport bus was named in his honour.
  • Murray, P H M, 29, 10th April 1916, South Wales Borderers, 4/13117, Private. Amara War Cemetery.
  • Musker, Percy, 18, 21st October 1914, South Wales Borderers, 11029, Lance Corporal. Son of James and Lilian Jeffery, Perth Cemetery.
  • Mustoe, Edward, 34, 24th October 1918, Gloucestershire Regiment, 6530, Serjeant. Vadencourt British Cemetery.
  • Mustoe, Jack Bernard. Died in First World War.
  • Musty, Frederick John, 25th May 1916, South Wales Borderers, 5949, Serjeant. Amara War Cemetery.
  • Myles, T, 16, 6th May 1917, Mercantile Marine,  SS Alfalfa (London), Ordinary Seaman. Son of Mr and Mrs Myles, of 3, Wallis St. Born at Newport. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Michael's Church.