Newport Cenotaph FWW (P-Q)

Newport Cenotaph First Wold War. Surnames P-Q

  • Padden, Frederick George, 27th September 1915, Mercantile Marine, SS Gafsa. Husband of Selina Padden, Fairoak Avenue.
  • Padfield, William Farnham, 20, 26th September 1915, Somerset Light Infantry, 16028, Lance Corporal. Only son of Samuel J. C. and E. J. Padfield, of 70, Caerau Rd. Loos Memorial.
  • Page, Harry, Machine Gun Corps, 119859, Private. Died in First World War.
  • Page, Thompson, 19, 12th April 1918, Hampshire Regiment, 28440, Private. Son of John and Elizabeth Page, of 27 St. Julian's Avenue. St Sever Cemetery.
  • Paget, George, 26, 2nd August 1917, South Wales Borderers, 13/33338, Private. Son of Harry and Emily Ann Paget, of 35, Crescent Rd., Maindee. Doiran Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally atSummerhill Baptist Church.
  • Palmer, David Henry, 13th August 1915, South Wales Borderers, 10910, Private. Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery.
  • Palmer, Samuel, 31, 27th May 1918, Royal Engineers, Sapper, 79 Redland Street.
  • Palmer, Sydney Harry, 23, 24th August 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Auckland Castle, Assistant Engineer. Husband of Lilian Palmer of 79, Duckpool Rd. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Palmer, William Edward, 42, 3rd October 1916, Canadian Infantry, 466127, Private. Son of Samuel Palmer, of Bristol, England; husband of Elizabeth Frances Palmer of 9810, 94th Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Regina Trench Cemetery.
  • Panting, Stanley George, 23, 15th April 1918, Gloucestershire Regiment, 260356, Serjeant. Son of Mrs Panting, of 17, Charlotte St., Aire Communal Cemetery.
  • Parker, George Edward, 29, 26th October 1918, Army Service Corps, 209732, Private. Husband of Mrs Parker, of 57, Hewertson St.Skopje British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Parker, Sidney Arthur, 24, 9th April 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers,  55074, Corporal. Husband of Elsie A. Parker, of I, Canal St. Beaurains Road Cemetery.
  • Parkes, Harry, 25th August 1916, Welsh Regiment, 26023, Private. Son of Mr J. H. Parkes, of 13, Brynhyfryd Avenue. Philosophe British Cemetery.
  • Parry, Augustus George, 21, 2nd September 1916, South Wales Borderers, 26700, Private. Son of Mr C. J. and Mrs E. Parry, of 2, Slade St. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Parry, William, 30th October 1914, 1st Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 11030, Private. Son of Oliver and Sarah Parry, of 2, Dean St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Parry, William Thomas, 34, 16th July 1918, Royal Navy, HMS Anchusa, 303253, Petty Officer Stoker, Awarded Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Son of Georgina Lockley of 35, Coomassie St., Alexandra Rd. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Parsons, Frederick, 28th October 1914, Grenadier Guards, 16272, Private. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery.
  • Parsons, Frederick Frank, 21, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1485, Rifleman. Son of Frank and Hannah Parsons, of 55, St. Edward St. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Parsons, Percy George, 31st May 1916, Royal Navy, HMS Indefatigable, M/14649, Engine Room Artificer 4th Class. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Parsons, Thomas Arthur, 19, 27th August 1918, aged 19. South Wales Borderers, 41794, Private. Son of Susannah Parsons, of 23, Harrow Road. Borre British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Julian's High School.
  • Passmore, Albert Edward, 29th November 1917, South Wales Borderers, Private. Cambrai Memorial. Worked for Newport Corporation Transport before the war. In 2014, a Newport Transport bus was named in his honour.
  • Pattemore, Frederick William, 41, 2nd May 1915, Dorsetshire Regiment, 3/8786, Private. Husband of Selina Ellen Pattemore, of Church Cottage, Caerleon. Bailleul Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Payne, Harold Frederick, 20, 26th October 1918, Northumberland Fusiliers, 75087, Private. Son of Alfred Ernest and Sarah Jane Payne, of 15, Teign St., Teignmouth, Devon. Awoingt British Cemetery.
  • Payne, Walter George, 13th November 1914, Welsh Regiment, 1300, Private. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Peacock, Herbert Thomas, 21, 13th June 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3008, Rifleman. Son of Herbert and Eliza Ann Peacock, of 64, Blewitt St. Cologne Southern Cemetery.
  • Peacock, John, 12th April 1916, South Wales Borderers, 13263, Private. Basra Memorial.
  • Peacock, Thomas, 22, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2699, Rifleman. Son of Ellen Peacock, of 8, St. Woollos Place. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Pearce, Archie Henry, 18th April 1915,  Welsh Regiment, 1923, Private. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Pearce, Ivor Idris, 27, 17th April 1918, Royal Air Force, 101784, Air Mechanic 3rd Class. Son of William and Rachel Pearce; husband of Olive M Pearce, of Rose Cottage, Llanmartin. Born at Penarth. Buried Penarth Cemetery.
  • Pearce, Stanley, 18th April 1918, Welsh Regiment, 266710,Private. Son of Mr A. Pearce, of 37, Lloyd St., Liswerry. Beuvry Communal Cemetery.
  • Pearce, Victor Gordon, 21, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2581, Rifleman. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Pearce, William Sydney, 11th April 1918, South Wales Borderers, 22084, Private. Ploegsteert Memorial.
  • Pearson, Alfred, 39, 13th March 1919, Royal Army Medical Corps, 111140, Private. Husband of Mary Ann Pearson, of 7, Ross St., Malpas Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas and General Post Office.
  • Pearson, C R, 23, 28th November 1918, Cheshire Regiment, 54284, Serjeant. Son of Mary A. Phillips of 2, The Green, Rumney. Born at Newport. Rumney (St Augustine) Churchyard.
  • Pedlar, Leslie John, 13th May 1915, Royal Marine Light Infantry, HMS Goliath, PLY/16086, Private. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Pedlar, Percival William, 23, 26th July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 20084, Private. Son of Harry and Ellen Pedlar, of 22, Annesley Rd., Maindee. Sucrerie Military Cemetery.
  • Percy, John, 26, 18th September 1918, South Wales Borderers, 26616, Private. Son of Thomas and Delilah Percy, of 11, Vivian Rd. Doiran Memorial.
  • Perkin, Percival Clifford, 20, 6th March 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, WZ/2104,  Able Seaman. Son of Thomas and Jane Perkin, Wimereux Communal Cemetery.
  • Perkin, Thomas, 30, 25th May 1915, Welsh Regiment, 36253, Private. Husband of Ruth Haywood (formerly Perkin), of 39, Dolphin St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Perkins, Walter Charles, 20, 6th November 1918, South Wales Borderers, 31578, Private. Son of James Thomas and Caroline Perkins. Terlincthun British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Havelock Street Presbyterian Church.
  • Pero, Norman, 25th January 1918, South Wales Borderers, 39847, Private. St Sever Cemetery.
  • Perrett, Francis Sidney, 20, 14th October 1918, Royal Engineers, 450810, Sapper. Son of Francis James and Fanny Perrett, of 29, Constance St. Dadizeele New British Cemetery.
  • Perry, Benjamin Lewis, 36, 26th April 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, Captain. Son of Mrs Perry, of Caerleon. Husband of Elizabeth Perry, of 72, Cross Oak Rd., Berkhamsted, Herts. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Perry, Francis, 20, 22nd July 1916, Royal Field Artillery, 76104, Bombardier. Son of John and Annie Perry, of Cardiff; husband of Isadora Ellen Perry, of Market St., Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. Basra War Cemetery.
  • Perry, Frederick Alexander, 24, 8th August 1915, Royal Army Medical Corps, 49316, Private. Son of Annie Perry, of 135, Cromwell Rd. Helles Memorial.
  • Perry, Frederick James, 9th May 1915, South Wales Borderers, 13219, Private, Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery.
  • Perry, George Alfred, 30, 6th November 1917, Royal Garrison Artillery, 156008, Gunner. Son of Thomas Perry. Husband of M. J. Perry. Solferino Farm Cemetery.
  • Perry, John Samuel, 31st May 1918, South Wales Borderers, 17204, Private. Terlincthun British Cemetery.
  • Perry, William, 35, 30th December 1920, South Wales Borderers, 9397, Private. Husband of Elizabeth Kate Perry, of 52, Hewertson St. Newport (St. Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Perry, William John, 22, 2nd September 1918, South Wales Borderers, 22025, Private. Vis-en-Artois Memorial.
  • Peters, Alfred, 10th July 1916, Welsh Regiment, 26866, Serjeant. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Peterson, Charles, 23rd August 1917, South Wales Borderers, 20037, Private. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Phillips, Charles Churchill, 21, 25th January 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 18789, Private. Son of Alfred and Isabella Phillips, of 6, Park Square. Basra Memorial.
  • Phillips, Clifford John, 19, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2648, Rifleman. Son of Philip James and Beatrice Jane Phillips, of Noyant, Chepstow Rd., Christchurch. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Phillips, Edward Stone, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, Lieutenant. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Phillips, George, 28th June 1915, Royal Scots, 1854, Private. Helles Memorial.
  • Phillips, Louis A, 38, 14th March 1916, Royal Fusiliers, PS/5457, Serjeant. Son of Charles and Rose Phillips. Cambrin Churchyard.
  • Phillips, Leslie, 25th May 1915, Welsh Regiment, Captain. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Phillips, W, 29, 27th December 1918, H.T. Royal Army Service Corps., T2/029491, Driver. Husband of Edith Gertrude Phillips, of 71, James St., Trethomas. Newport (Christchurch) Cemetery.
  • Phillips. V, 20, 8th March 1919, Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps, Worker. Daughter of Mrs C. M. Phillips, of 32, Barrack Hill. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Phillips, William Arthur, 17, 7th July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 40710, Private. Son of Mrs Mary Jane Phillips, of 85, Dock St. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Phillips, William James, 25th July 1916, Seaforth Highlanders, Second Lieutenant. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Phillis, Ernest George, 20, 21st September 1915, South Wales Borderers, 15305, Private. Son of William and Bridget Phillis. Assevillers New British Cemetery.
  • Philpin. Joseph, 20, 28th March 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2109, Private. Son of Margaret E. Cooper of 36, Grafton Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Pickett, Edgar, Royal Field Artillery, 1375, Bombardier. Died in First World War. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church.
  • Pinchen, Alfred Herbert, 21st April 1918, Somerset Light Infantry, 201027, Serjeant. Ramleh War Cemetery.
  • Pinches, Albert Francis, 39, 18th August 1917, South Wales Borderers, 20122, Lance Corporal. Husband of Jane Pinches, of 77, Victoria Avenue. Dozinghem Military Cemetery.
  • Pinkstone, William Henry, 25th August 1918, Somerset Light Infantry, 28803, Private. Achiet-Le-Grand Communal Cemetery.
  • Pintches, David John, 22, 25th April 1918, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own), 52454, Private. Son of George and Mary Pintches, of Cefn Isha Farm, Llanthewy Fach, Caerleon. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Pitt, Charles A, 24, 8th October 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, 220323, Rifleman. Son of Mrs Elizabeth Pitt, of Sequehart, 24, Sycamore Avenue. Sequehart British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church. Died three days before his brother Frank, below.
  • Pitt, Frank James, 21, 11th October 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226322, Rifleman. Son of Mrs Elizabeth Pitt, of Sequehart, 24, Sycamore Avenue. Tincourt New British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Pitt, Samuel, 29, 5th January 1917, South Wales Borderers, 16659, Private. Husband of E. L. McLoughlin of 14, Hamilton Street. Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Pleace, James, 27th November 1915, South Wales Borderers, 13129, Private. Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Plummer, William, 23, 14th May 1915, South Wales Borderers, 15648, Private. Husband of Mrs L. S. M. Plummer, of 51, Vivian Rd. Helles Memorial.
  • Pocock, Frederick Redvers, 16, 12th March 1917, Mercantile Marine,  SS Tandil, Cabin Boy. Son of Robert Daniel and Mary Elizabeth Pocock, of 52, Canal Parade. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Pocock, Victor W, 21, 20th June 1918, South Wales Borderers, 29331, Private. Son of Mr and Mrs W. F. Pocock, of 52, Duckpool Rd., Maindee. Anzin-St. Aubin British Cemetery.
  • Pollard, Frederick John, 41, 21st September 1916, Royal Naval Reserve, HMS St. George., 1874/ST, Trimmer. Husband of Florence Pollard, of 13, Ruperra St. Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery.
  • Pollard, Henry, Monmouthshire Regiment, Private. Died in First World War.
  • Pollard, William James, 28, 23rd October 1916, Mercantile Marine, SS Clearfield (Newcastle), Fireman. Son of Harriett and the late William Pollard; husband of Lillian Pollard of 9, Albion St. Born at Newport. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Pollock, Albert, 20, 31st December 1916, Welsh Regiment , 15158, Private. Son of Mrs Edith Woods, of 28, Crown St., Maindee. Warlencourt British Cemetery.
  • Pomeroy, Stephen, 23, 4th October 1917, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226635, Rifleman. Son of David and Mary Jane Pomeroy, of 19, William St. Philosophe British Cemetery.
  • Pook, Clifford Thomas, 19, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2063, Rifleman. Son of Thomas and Ellen Louisa Pook, of 16, Albert Avenue. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Pool, James, 70, 24th August 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Auckland Castle, Chief Engineer. Husband of Emily Poole (nee Grainger), of 17, Dewsland Park Rd. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Poole, Frederick Ernest, 31, 23rd September 1914, Manchester Regiment, 1531, Corporal. Son of Fredrick and Alice Poole, of Woodford Bridge, Essex. Born at Millwall, London, Neuilly-Sur-Seine New Communal Cemetery.
  • Poole, Harry Glyn V, 20, 7th June 1919, Royal Engineers, 314626, Sapper. Newport (Christchurch) Cemetery.
  • Poole, Henry John, 24th July 1915, Welsh Regiment, 11530, Private. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery.
  • Poole, James, 70, 24th August 1918, Mercantile Marine, SS Auckland Castle (Newport), Chief Engineer. Son of the late James and Sara Poole; husband of Emily Poole of 17, Dewsland Park Rd. Born at West Bromwich. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Poole, W H, 6th May 1917, South Wales Borderers, 5/14794, Private. Vlamertinghe Military Cemetery.
  • Pope, Arthur John, 25, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2170, Rifleman. Son of Mrs M. A. E. Pope, of 44, Llanwern St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Pope, Edgar, 21, 23rd October 1916, South Wales Borderers, 16533, Private. Son of Alfred and Mary Pope, of 24, Lilleshall St., Corporation Rd. Karasouli Military Cemetery.
  • Pope, George Bertram, 30th October 1918, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 114470, Private. Denain Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas and Malpas Road Evangelical Church.
  • Pope, John Albert, 17th June 1917, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226532, Rifleman. Son of Mr and Mrs (Theophillus) Mark Pope, Lloyd Street. Loos British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Pope, Wilfred, 26th February 1918, South Wales Borderers, 26811, Private. Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Porter, Alfred Gervas George, 30, 10th November 1918, Dorsetshire Regiment, 13514, Private. Son of Gervasta Miriam and the late John George Porter, of 86, Llanthewy Rd. Mont Huon Military Cemetery.
  • Porter, Harold Arthur, 24, 12th May 1915, South Wales Borderers, 9608, Corporal. Son of Jehu Porter, of 71, Morden Rd. Helles Memorial.
  • Porter, Robert Henry, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3691, Rifleman. Son of John and Sarah Porter, of 77, Morden Rd., Foncquevillers Military Cemetery.
  • Portnell, Frederick Randolf, 23, 13th October 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2246, Rifleman. Son of Frederick Samuel and Mary Ann Portnell, of Wyastone, 5, Richmond Rd. Buried Quarry Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church.
  • Portnell, Malcom John, 28, 8th September 1917, The King's Liverpool Regt, Private. Husband of Dora Portnell, of St Ives, 87, Christchurch Rd. Mendinghem Military Cemetery.
  • Portsmouth, Gerald Henry, 1st July 1917, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 21292, Private. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Portsmouth, Harold James, 26, 3rd June 1918, Lincolnshire Regiment, 29100, Private. Husband of Clara Emily Portsmouth, of 3, Green St., South Bank, Yorkshire. Morbecque British Cemetery.
  • Postle, Thomas, 3rd August 1917, South Wales Borderers, Lance Corporal. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Powell, David Horace, 22, 3rd November 1919, Royal Field Artillery, 740930, Gunner. Son of Margaret Julia Powell, of I, West View, Malpas. Buried Malpas (St. Mary) Churchyard. Commemorated locally at Malpas Community Centre.
  • Powell, Emlyn Meredith, 26, 2nd September 1918, South Wales Borderers, 21045, Serjeant. Son of John and Alice Powell; husband of Agnes Powell, of Union Cottages, Rogerstone, Sailly-Saillisel British Cemetery.
  • Powell, Joseph, 22nd December 1916, South Wales Borderers, 13412, Private. Son of  Joseph  Powell,  18 South Market Street,A.I.F. Burial Ground,
  • Powell, Thomas William, 31, 28th September 1914, South Wales Borderers, 8534, Private. Son of Mrs Sarah Ann Powell, of 33, Hoskins St., La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre Memorial.
  • Powell, William, 3rd August 1916, Royal Marines, PLY/249(S), Private. Arras Memorial.
  • Power, Edward, 16, 26th October 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Australdale, Boy (Scullery). Son of Edward and Eleanor Powell, of 26, Travis St., Barry Dock. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Power, John, 31, 26th September 1914, South Wales Borderers, 8353, Private. Husband of Ellen Dwyer of 8, Courtybella St. La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Power, Patrick, 43, 6th May 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Alfalfa, Able Seaman. Son of Mrs Fanny Power, of 12, Emlyn Terrace. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Powis, Henry, 29th July 1917, Lincolnshire Regiment, 19144, Corporal. Essex Farm Cemetery.
  • Powles, Frederick Reginald, 13th April 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, Rifleman. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Prager, Samuel, 29, 9th August 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Blagdon, Sailor. Husband of Violet Miriam Pragerof 30, Maindee Parade. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Pratt, William Richard, 30,  21st July 1916, Royal Navy, HMS Vernon, Gunner. Son of William and Alice Pratt, of 1, Longcroft Rd., Westham, Weymouth. Newport (Christchurch) Cemetery.
  • Pratten, Thomas, 26, 6th November 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 741101, Gunner. Son of Tom and Emily Pratten, of 66, Raglan St. Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Price, Albert, 12th September 1917. Died in France from accidental drowning. Son of the late Joshua and Henrietta Price of 169 Commercial Road.
  • Price, Arthur Herbert, 28, 31st March 1918, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 143298, Private. Son of John Alfred and Jane Price, of 91, Stow Hill. Arras Memorial.
  • Price, Bert, 31, 21st October 1914, South Wales Borderers, 8381, Private. Son of William and Louisa Price. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Price, Cuthbert, 22nd May 1917, Royal Naval Reserve, HM Trawler Merse, Engineman. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Price, Francis, 21st April 1918, East Lancashire Regiment, 30655, Private. Ploegsteert Memorial.
  • Price, Frederick Edgar, 28, 27th July 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 54801, Private. Son of Charles and Matilda Price, of 229, Caerleon Rd. Dragoon Camp Cemetery.
  • Price, Henry John, 29, 30th December 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2477, Rifleman. Son of John and Lilian Price, of 8, Downing St., Liswerry. Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery.
  • Price, Isaac, 28th June 1915, South Wales Borderers, 6946, Private. Port Said War Memorial Cemetery.
  • Price, James Stanley, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Private. Died in First World War.
  • Price, John, 34, 4th April 1918, South Wales Borderers, 14433, Private, Awarded Military Medal. Husband of E. B. Price, of 5, Reform Buildings. Etaples Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Price, John Henry, 25, 4th October 1917, Monmouthshire Regiment, 227828, Rifleman. Son of David George Price, of 16, East Usk Rd. Philosophe British Cemetery.
  • Price, Leonard, 11th August 1918, Army Service Corps., TS/10188, Saddler. Villers-Bretonneux Military Cemetery.
  • Price, R W. Died in First World War. Commemorated locally at Newport High School.
  • Price, Robert Ernest Vernon, (Royal) Army Service Corps, 33076, Sergeant. Died in First World War.
  • Price, Thomas Levi , 19, 25th January 1915, South Wales Borderers, 11687, Private. Son of Moses and Maggie Price. Le Touret Memorial.
  • Price, Robert Vernon, 26, 31st July 1917, Army Service Corps,Serjeant. Son of W and E Price, Caxton Place. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Price, William, 27, 11th April 1917, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 18962, Lance Corporal. Son of Charles Price, of 48, Raglan St. Arras Memorial.
  • Price, William Albert, 21, 24th April 1915, Machine Gun Corps., 2940, Rifleman. Son of Levi and Kate Price, of 52, Hewertson St. Husband of Evelyn Price, of 17, Wilson St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Pring, Edward, 26, 12th October 1917, Welsh Guards, 1284, Serjeant. Husband of Grace Gladys Pring, of 5, Daniel St. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Pring, William, 22, 5th February 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Azul, Mess Room Steward. Son of Robert Charles and Emily Pring, of 19, Dolphin Street. Tower Hill Memorial. Commemorated locally at Old Temple Street Boys (St Stephen's Church).
  • Pritchard, Charles Meyrick, 14th August 1916, South Wales Borderers, Captain, Former Welsh Rugby Football International. Chocques Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church, St. John the Baptist Church, family grave at Christchurch Cemetery and entry from Newport Intermediate School for Boys Directory.
  • Probert, James Melvyn, 20, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2433, Rifleman. Son of John and Isabella E. Probert, of 113, Stow Hill. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church.
  • Prosser, William, 31, 22nd July 1917, Lancashire Fusiliers, 307397, Lance Corporal. Husband of Gertrude S. Prosser, of 122, Shaftesbury St. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Proud, Harold Victor, 20, 15th February 1917, South Wales Borderers, 35343, Private. Son of William and Eliza Proud, of 160, Durham Rd. Basra Memorial.
  • Prout, C G, 31st July 1917, South Wales Borderers, 12489, Serjeant. Bard Cottage Cemetery.
  • Pucknell, Sidney, 23, 13th October 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 35008, Bombardier. Son of Albert and Clara Pucknell, of 25, Woodland Rd., Maindee. Artillery Wood Cemetery.
  • Pugsley, Richard Gordon, 19, 25th April 1918, Tank Corps, 205014, Serjeant. Son of Richard Brook Pugsley and Cecilia Pugsley, of 18, Stow Park Avenue. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Pullin, Alfred John,, 37, 1st June 1916, Royal Navy, HMS Tipperary, 291991, Chief Stoker. Son of James and Sophie Pullin. Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
  • Pullin. Sidney, 24, 3rd October 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 156933, Driver. Son of Albert and Sarah Jane Pullin, of 4, Eveswell St. Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Pullin, Thomas William, 44, 22nd October 1917, Welsh Regiment, 265252, Private. Son of William and Cecilia Pullin, of 11, Corporation Rd. Served in China. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Pumford, Albert Thomas, 23rd June 1916, Yorkshire Regiment, 10780, Private. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Pumford, Joseph Henry, 25, 7th June 1917, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 14394, Lance Corporal. Husband of Theodora Pumford, of 27, Lloyd St., Lisswerry. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Pumpford, John, 24th May 1915, Nothumberland Fusiliers, 1086, Private. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Pumpford, Joseph Henry, 25, 7th June 1917, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 14394, Lance Corporal. Son of William and Elizabeth Pumford; husband of Theodora Pumford, of 27, Lloyd St., Liswerry. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Pumford, R, Welsh Regiment, Lance Corporal. Died in First World War.
  • Pumphrey, Oswald John, 31st December 1917, Royal Engineers, 321897, Pioneer. Chatby Memorial.
  • Quarterley, William, 24, 8th May 1917, Gloucestershire Regiment, 37644, Private. Son of John and Catherine Quarterley, of 58, Baldwin St. Arras Memorial.