Newport Cenotaph FWW (W-Y)

Newport Cenotaph First Wold War. Surnames W-Y

  • Wagstaff, Andrew, 29, 25th May 1915, Welsh Regiment, 36079, Private. Son of the late Mr and Mrs John Wagstaff; husband of Clara Wagstaff, of 1, James Terrace, James St., Exeter. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Wagstaff, William Arthur, 34, 31st May 1916, Royal Marine Artillery, HMS Lion, RMA/8544, Gunner. Son of George and Harriet Wagstaff, of 36, Manchester St. Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
  • Wainwright, Samuel, 3rd July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 13881, Private, Heilly Station Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Walkley, Albert, 38, 26th August 1917, Gloucestershire Regiment, 285175, Private. Husband of Lily M. Walkley, of 4, Coomassie St. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
  • Wall, Arthur William George, 24, 30th April 1918, London Regiment, 633049, Private. Son of William Edwin and Sarah Wall, of 6, Belvedere Terrace, Barrack Hill, Jerusalem War Cemetery.
  • Wall, Thomas, 16th September 1916, Grenadier Guards, 15559, Private, Grove Town Cemetery.
  • Wall, William John, 19, 2nd July 1917, South Wales Borderers, 25679, Private. Son of Mr J. Wall, of 74, Bristol St. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
  • Wallace, David, 42, 31st October 1914, South Wales Borderers, 11774, Private. Husband of Mary Ann Kelleher of 21, Granville St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Wallace, George, 13th February 1919, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226604, Rifleman. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Waller, Albert Victor, 21, 16th May 1915,  Monmouthshire Regiment, 1459,  Rifleman. Son of Mrs Mary Ann Waller, of 21, Lynton Place, Redfield, Bristol, Resident of Newport. Hamburg Cemetery.
  • Wallington, William Henry, 18, 13th February 1919, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 96375, Private. Son of Frederick and Mary Ann Wallington, of 7, Emlyn St. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Walsh, Bernard Charles, 30, 1st February 1920, Monmouthshire Regiment, 4175, Rifleman. Son of James Patrick and Helena Walsh, of "Rockleigh," Marson Rd., Clevedon, Somerset. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Walters, Arthur, Machine Gun Corp., Private, 269 Corporation Road.
  • Walters, Oliver Charles, MN, 2nd Engineer. Died in First World War.
  • Walters, William Henry, 26, 15th April 1918, South Wales Borderers, 25520, Lance Corporal, Awarded Croix de Guerre (Belgium). Son of Mrs Sarah Walters, of 53, Balaclava Rd., Dowlais, Glam.,Ploegsteert Memorial.
  • Wangler, Melville, 10th November 1917, South Wales Borderers, 12014, Private. Husband of Lily Wangler, of 18, Rothesay Rd., Maindee. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Ward, Daniel, 19, 21st August 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, I/3435, Lance Corporal. Son of Edward Ernest and Annie Elizabeth Ward, of 3, Gordon St.,Bienvillers Military Cemetery.
  • Ward, Daniel Charles, 28, 3rd November 1917, Welsh Regiment, 49454, Private. Son of Charles John Thomas and Sarah Ward, of 38, Bishton St. Beersheba War Cemetery.
  • Ware, David Thomas, 6th June 1918, South Wales Borderers, 17576, Serjeant, 36 South Market Street, La Neuville-Aux-Larris Military Cemetery.
  • Ware, John Alfred, 1st July 1916, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 18846, Private. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Waters, Albert, 33, 6th May 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Alfalfa, Ship's Cook. Husband of A. Waters, of 4, Trinity Place. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Waters, David John, 26th September 1915,  South Wales Borderers, 13075, Private. Loos Memorial.
  • Waters, Wyndham William, 30, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3164, Serjeant. Son of Wynan and Mary Waters, of 6, St. Julian St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Watkins, Charles James, 19, 14th June 1918, Cheshire Regiment, 66867, Private, 32, Upton Rd., Charles and Elizabeth Ann Watkins. Soissons Memorial.
  • Watkins, Edward Thomas, 10th November 1917, South Wales Borderers, 26225, Private. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Watkins, Edwin Boradale, 17, 22nd January 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Linwood, Ordinary Seaman. Son of Edwin George Herbert and Jessie Watkins of 3, Charlotte St. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Watkins, John, 17th September 1918, South Wales Borderers, 7/15246, Private. Doiran Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Watkins, Owen Trevor, 17th February 1919, Royal Engineers, 62646, Lance Corporal. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and Newport YMCA.
  • Watkins, Reginald Evan, 19, 24th March 1918, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 123526, Private. Son of Mrs Emma Watkins, of 1, New Market St., Usk. Pozieres Memorial.
  • Watkins, Stanley, 25, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3411, Rifleman. Son of Henry Watkins, Gommecourt Wood New Cemetery.
  • Watkins, William, 11th April 1916, Royal Engineers, 18881, 2nd Corporal, Hollybrook Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Watkins, William, 4th February 1917, South Wales Borderers, 14950, Private. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Watkins, William Arthur, 43, 17th June 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Don Arturo, Donkeyman. Son of John and Margaret Watkins. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Watkins, William George, 18, 4th August 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Countess of Mar, Mess Room Steward. Son of William and Gertrude Minnie Watkins of 15, West St. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Watkins, Wyndham, 32, 27th June 1918, South Wales Borderers, 15616, Private. Son of Lewis and Mary Ann Watkins, of 19-20, Devon Place. Doiran Military Cemetery.
  • Watts, Herbert Ivor, 27th August 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 740695, Driver, Dantzig Alley British Cemetery.
  • Watts, John, 34, 27th July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 35067, Private. Husband of Mary Ann Seamen of 19, Mellon St. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Watts, John George, 22, 3rd November 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 740682, Driver. Son of James and Theodosia Watts, of 29, Pugsley St. Cambrin Military Cemetery.
  • Watts, Wallace Cyril, 3rd August 1917, Machine Gun Guards, 1276, Private. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Weaving, Henry Charles, 15th June 1918, Royal Garrison Artillery, 161380, Gunner. Son of Mrs F. Weaving, of Ullenwood. Buried Boscon British Cemetery.
  • Webber, Herbert James, 20, 13th October 1916, Royal Engineers, 143118, Sapper. Son of Edward James and Jane Webber, of 28, Victoria Avenue, Maindee. Dartmoor Cemetery.
  • Webber, Stanley Harold, 26, 17th June 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Don Arturo, Ship's Cook. Son of Stephen Henry and Jane Layton Webber of 106, Commercial Rd. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Webber, William Stanley, 32, 16th May 1918, Royal Garrison Artillery, 98318, Gunner. Husband of Catherine Webber, of 62, Manchester Street. St Sever Cemetery.
  • Webley, William, 27, 29th May 1918, Monmouthshire Regiment, 266209, Lance Corporal. Son of Mr and Mrs H. Webley, of 13, Dean St. Ebblinghem Military Cemetery.
  • Weeks, Edgar John, 33, 10th July 1917, Royal Engineers 62610, Sapper. Husband of E. Weeks, of 31, Raglan St. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
  • Weeks, Joshua, 22, 22nd August 1917, Tank Corps, 76860, Serjeant. Son of Shadrack and Margaret Weeks, of 1, Marlborough Rd., Maindee. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Weight, Thomas Alford, 3rd July 1917, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 90781, Private. Bard Cottage Cemetery.
  • Welbirg, Carl Francis, 20th July 1916, Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), 25804, Private, Delville Wood Cemetery. Commemorated locally on parents’ grave and St Mark’s Church.
  • Welch, George Richardson, 38, 1st July 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Don Emilio, Third Engineer. Husband of Elizabeth Welch of 46, Risca Rd. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Wells, Frank, 13th July 1917, South Wales Borderers, 11999, Private. Coxyde Military Cemetery.
  • Welsh, William, 32, 24th September 1914, South Wales Borderers, 11726, Private. Son of Thomas and Mary Welsh, of 15, Union St. La Ferte-sous-Jouarre Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Wernet, William Edward, 38, 30th July 1918, South Wales Borderers, Captain. Son of August and Marie Wernet, of 6, Commercial St. Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Wesson, John Edward, 38, 3rd July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 23446, Private. Son of Robert and  Elizabeth Wesson of 14, Magor St. Lapugnoy Military Cemetery.
  • West, Robert, 19, 31st March 1916, Royal Naval Reserve, HMS Albemarle, 8560/A, Seaman. Son of Robert and Elizabeth West, of 6, Beacon Terrace, Ferryden, Montrose, Angus. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Westacott, John Joseph, 17th February 1917, Royal Engineers, 173067, Sapper. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Old Temple Street Boys (St Stephen's Church).
  • Westbury, William Herman, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3735, Corporal. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Whalley, Thomas, 28, 13th August 1918, Welsh Regiment, 43580, Private. Husband of Ada Whalley, of 4, Central Avenue, Garden City, Pengam. Terlincthun British Cemetery.
  • Whatley, T J, 19th November 1917, Royal Field Artillery, W/4378, Acting Bombardier, Solferino Farm Cemetery.
  • Wheater, Joseph, 13th April 1918, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, 12/1836, Private. Born 1900, Newport. Son of Thomas and Eliza Wheater. Ploegsteert Memorial.
  • Wheeler, Arthur, 26th October 1917, Royal Marines Light Infantry, PLY/293(S), Private. Poelcapelle British Cemetery.
  • Wheeler, Frederick, 17th October 1915, South Wales Borderers, 16628, Corporal. Assevillers New British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Whild, Thomas, 16th September 1916, Grenadier Guards, 21912, Private. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • White, Albert, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3037, Rifleman. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • White, Alfred John, 22, 9th October 1918, Gloucestershire Regiment, 39197, Lance Serjeant. Son of William and Jane A. White, of St. Monton, Fields Rd. Doingt Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • White, Beatrice Olivette, 29th November 1918, Signal Service, Telegraphist. Commemorated locally at St. Julian's Methodist Church.
  • White, Horace Bastin, 20, 9th October 1917, Lancashire Fusiliers, 203588, Private. Son of John and Caroline White, of 16, Goldcroft Common, Caerleon. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • White, James, 49, 4th November 1916, Mercantile Marine, SS Huntsvale, Chief Steward,  husband of the late Mary Snelgrove White. Born at Pontypool. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • White, Job William, 23, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2169, Private. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • White, Oscar Thomas, 23, 21st October 1916, Canadian Forces, 622147, Sergeant. Son of Mr and Mrs F. White. Contay British Cemetery.
  • White, George Percival, 22, 9th April 1917, Royal Engineers, 26399, Sapper. Son of George and Emily E. White, of 33, Risca Rd., Faubourg d'Amiens Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • White, Victor Reginald, 33, 2nd November 1918, Lancashire Fusiliers, 46340, Private. Son of John Cross White and Sarah White, of Smallbridge Dorset; husband of Ellen Matilda White, of Maypole Cottage, St. Maughans, Landrecies British Cemetery.
  • White, William John, 13th December 1917, Royal Navy (RFR/DEV/B/2266), HMS Stephen Furness, SS/16, Able Seaman. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Whitehurst, Charles, 25th January 1915, Coldstream Guards, 13205, Private. Le Touret Memorial.
  • Whitfield, Albert Victor, 21, 20th November 1916, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, WZ/899, Able Seaman. Son of Peter and Mary Ann Whitfield, of 56, Jeddo St. Boulogne Eastern Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's and St Michael's RC Churches.
  • Whiting, Charles, 53, 29th May 1919, Royal Defence Corps., 87188, Lance Corporal. Husband of Helena Whiting, of 3, Fair Oak Terrace, Chepstow Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Whitney, Lewis Meredith, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2248, Rifleman. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Whittaker, Albert Henry Gwilym, 27, 9th September 1916, Canadian Infantry, A/24077, Corporal. Husband of Alice Mary V. Whittaker, of New Westminster, British Columbia. Pozieres British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Whittington, Harry, 4th November 1918, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 89274, Private, Forest Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Whomack, James Henry, Transport Service, Steward. Died in First World War.
  • Wigglesworth, William L, 3rd December 1918, South Wales Borderers, 11/21999, Serjeant. Mikra British Cemetery.
  • Wigmore, Essex Elias, 21st October 1916, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Wales Z/1873, Able Seaman, Knightsbridge Cemetery. Husband of Alma Wigmore of 14 Herbert Street.
  • Wikburg, Otto, 3rd October 1918, Mercantile Marine, Second Engineer.
  • Wilkins, Charles, 19, 23rd July 1915, Welsh Regiment, 36267, Private. Son of John Rees Wilkins and Jane Wilkins. Born at Newport, Lindenhoek Chalet Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Wilkins, Clifford, 23, 7th April 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, Wales Z/20, Able Seaman. Son of John Rees Wilkins and Jane Wilkins. Born at Newport. Bethune Town Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Wilkins, Edwin, 27th August 1916, South Wales Borderers, 23852, Private. Caterpillar Valley Cemetery.
  • Wilkins, William, 28, 9th April 1917, Welsh Regiment, 47827, Private. Husband of Mary H. Wilkins, of 20, Christchurch Rd. Essex Farm Cemetery.
  • Wilkinson, Leonard Walter, 19, 28th July 1918, Gordon Highlanders, 263076, Private. Son of Walter and Harriet S. Wilkinson, of 34, Bryngwyn Rd., and brother of William Noel Wilkinson, KIA 6th July 1917. Soissons Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Wilkinson, William Henry, 27, 19th May 1918, South Wales Borderers, 8/16687, Private. Son of Mr and Mrs Simeon Wilkinson, of 281, Willenhall Rd., Wolverhampton. Karasouli Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Wilkinson, William Noel, 19, 6th July 1917, Royal Irish Rifles, 44579, Rifleman. Son of Walter and Harriet S. Wilkinson, of 34, Bryngwyn Rd., and brother of Leonard Walter Wilkinson, KIA 28th July 1918. Bollezeele Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Wilks, Albert Edward, 22, 9th August 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3890, Rifleman. Son of the late William and Harriet Wilks, brother of Mrs F. M. Chambers, of 10, Morris St. Warlincourt Halte British Cemetery.
  • Wilks, Reginald Thomas H, 36, 5th April 1921, Welsh Regiment, 44322, Sergeant. Christchurh Cemetery.
  • Willcocks, Gilbert Tucker, 24, 28th November 1915, Army Service Corps, T2/11639, Corporal. Son of Avis J. Willcocks, of 1, Claude Place, Roath, Cardiff. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Willey, Charles Frederick, 23, 18th April 1918, South Wales Borderers, 26908, Private. Husband of Mrs Annie E. Bateman of 45, Vivian Rd. Loos Memorial.
  • Williams, Albert E, 7th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 1424, Private. Son of David and Sarah Williams, Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at British Legion Memorial, St Gabriel's Church in Cwmbran.
  • Williams, Albert Edward, 28th September 1916, Royal Field Artillery, 29886, Gunner. Bernafay Wood British Cemetery.
  • Williams, Albert William, 24th July 1916, Royal Field Artillery, 108850, Gunner. Son of William Reece Williams and Mary of 191 Corporation Road. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Williams, Albert Thomas, 30, 20th May 1918, South Wales Borderers, 17418, Private. Son of Emily and Thomas Williams, of 5, Essex St. Etaples Military Cemetery.
  • Williams, Alfred George, 20, 29th September 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 2593, Rifleman. Son of William and Annie Susannah Williams, of 11, Marlborough Rd., Maindee, Reninghelst Churchyard. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Williams, Alfred William James, 18, 5th February 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Azul, Ordinary Seaman. Son of Henry and Harriet Williams, of I07, Raglan St. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Williams, Arthur John, 19, 6th June 1918, Cheshire Regiment, 66863, Private. Son of John and Polly Williams, of 42, Backhall St., Caerleon, Chambrecy British Cemetery.
  • Williams, Basil Wilfred, 24, 12th March 1917, Monmouthshire Regiment, 226219, Rifleman. Son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Williams, of 1, Barrack Hill, Foncquevillers Military Cemetery.
  • Williams, Charles 6th January 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 43806, Serjeant. Llanvapley (St. Mapley) Churchyard.
  • Williams, David George, 31, 14th November 1916, South Wales Borderers, 18260, Private. Son of David and Mary Williams, of 125, Chepstow Rd. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Williams, David Henry, 34, 24th February 1919, Royal Field Artillery, 92585, Driver. Husband of Ellen Williams, of 15, Railway St. Buried Ste Marie Cemetery.
  • Williams, Edgar Harry, 24, 7th November 1918, South Wales Borderers, 32189, Private. Husband of Jessie E. Williams, of 131, Durham Rd. Awoingt British Cemetery.
  • Williams, Edward Herbert, 31st August 1916, South Wales Borderers, Second Lieutenant. Essex Farm Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church.
  • Williams, Edwin George, 15th July 1917, Manchester Regiment, 302463, Private. Adinkerke Churchyard.
  • Williams, Francis John. Died in First World War.  Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and St Mary's RC Church
  • Williams, Fred, 22nd September 1917, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve, SS Darnholme, Wales Z/3378, Able Seaman. Plymouth Naval Memorial. Commemorated locally at Christchurch War Memorial.
  • Williams, Frederick Donald, 2nd April 1918, Anzac Provost Corps, 4556, Private. Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery.
  • Williams, G, 20, 26th August 1918, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 73214, Private, Caterpillar Valley Cemetery.
  • Williams, Geoffrey, 28, 13th October 1918, Royal Naval Reserve,  HMS Chepstow, 2222, Leading Trimmer. Son of William and Annie Williams, of 51, Alexandra Rd. Haslar Royal Naval Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks and St Stephen’s Church, Pill.
  • Williams, Henry Stephen, 27, 19th July 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 80503, Driver. Son of Harry and Emma Williams, of 5, Cambridge Rd. Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery.
  • Williams, Hugh Harry Charles, 15th December 1917, Gloucestershire Regiment, 203539, Private. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Williams, Idris Charles, 19, 27th June 1918,  Cheshire Regiment, 65863, Corporal. Son of the Rev. D. H. Williams, D.D., and Maggie Williams, of Lochfan Villa, Aire Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church, Newport YMCA and entry from Newport Intermediate School for Boys Directory.
  • Williams, Isaac, 23, 25th September 1915, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 4238, Private. Son of Mrs Mary A. Williams, of 6, Station Terrace, Bassaleg. Loos Memorial.
  • Williams, Ivor Henry Vivian, 21, 27th August 1917, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 36755, Private. Son of Philip Percival and Anna Williams. of 22, York Place. Tyne Cot Memorial. Commemorated locally at Llanthewy Road Baptist Church.
  • Williams, Ivor Robert, 20, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3667, Rifleman. Son of Mr and Mrs John Williams, of 12, Capel St. Foncquevillers Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Michael's Church.
  • Williams, James, South Wales Borderers, 14075, Private. Died in First World War.
  • Williams, John Anderson, 25th March 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 745648, Driver, 1 Cross Lane, Dock Street, Roye New British Cemetery.
  • Williams, John Earl, 20, 25th September 1915, King's Royal Rifle Corps,11836, Rifleman. Son of James Williams, of 24, Hill St. Loos Memorial.
  • Williams, John Francis, 20, 30th October 1917, London Regiment, 373091, Rifleman. Son of Mrs F.J. Williams. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Williams, John Phelps, 18, 22nd April 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 180009, Gunner. Son of Clarence G. and Emily Williams, of 100, Victoria Avenue, Maroc British Cemetery. Commemorated locally atSummerhill Baptist Church.
  • Williams, John Thomas, 14th May 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 160770, Driver. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Williams, John William, 31, 31st May 1916,  Royal Navy, HMS Queen Mary, 220449, Able Seaman. Husband of Ethel Mary Stewart of 9, Bransbury Rd., Eastney, Portsmouth. Portsmouth Naval Memorial.
  • Williams, Joseph C, 37, 6th May 1917, Mercantile Marine, SS Alfalfa (London), Fireman. Husband of Mrs Williams, of 30, Dolphin St. Born at Bristol. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Williams, Joseph, Monmouthshire Regiment, 4151, Private. Died in First World War.
  • Williams, Joseph Ernest, 34, 14th July 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 740601, Driver. Husband of Margaret Ellen Williams, of 194, Chepstow Rd., Taranto Town Cemetery.
  • Williams, Lancelot Douglas, 23rd April 1916, Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars, 325326, Private. Jerusalem Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and entry from Newport Intermediate School for Boys Directory.
  • Williams, Leonard, 20, 11th September 1915, South Wales Borderers, Lieutenant. Son of Alfred and Amy Williams, of The Mount, Caerleon. Vermelles British Cemetery.
  • Williams, Lewis, 53, 10th September 1917, Royal Naval Reserve, HMS Pembroke, 875/SD, Deck Hand. Son of Lewis and Ann Williams; husband of Mary Ann Williams, of 2, Bodfor Terrace, Aberdovey, Merioneth. Born at Aberdovey. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Williams, Charles Oliver, 6th January 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 43806, Serjeant, Llanvapley (St. Mapley) Churchyard.
  • Williams, Oswald Michael, 30, 13th October 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, Major. Son of Alfred and Amy Williams, of The Mount, Caerleon. Loos Memorial.
  • Williams, Reginald Thomas, 20, 1st November 1918, Cheshire Regiment, 65705, Private. Son of Thomas Henry and Sarah Ann Williams, of 26, Capel St. Poznan Old Garrison Cemetery.
  • Williams, Reginald William, South Wales Borderers, Lance Corporal. Died in First World War.
  • Williams, Ronald Gordon, 22, 27th May 1918, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry), 116470, Private. Son of Alfred Williams, of 10, Llanwern St. Marissel French National Cemetery.
  • Williams, Rosser, 31st July 1917, South Wales Borderers, 20766, Private, 31, Goodrich Crescent. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Williams, Thomas, 26, 31st October 1914, Welsh Regiment, 8944, Private. Son of Mrs Susan Williams, of 105, Hewertson St. Husband of Annie Maria Gowing of 8, Hewertson St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Williams, Thomas Howard, 12th January 1915, King's Royal Rifles, 11800, Private,  44, York Place.
  • Williams, Timothy , 35, 2nd November 1917, South Wales Borderers, 23106, Lance Corporal. Son of Timothy and Mary Williams of 41, Agincourt St. Estaires Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Williams, Wilfred Basil, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3282, Rifleman. Son of Mr and Mrs Williams of 1 Barrack Hill, Brother of A Williams.
  • Williams, William Augustine , 29, 17th November 1917, Canadian Infantry, 841839, Private. Son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Williams, of 3, Dos Rd. Husband of Bessie McFarlane of 890, Galt Avenue, Cote St. Paul, Montreal. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Williams, William Charles, 25th February 1917, South Wales Borderers, 39398, Private. Sucrerie Military Cemetery.
  • Williams, William George, 30th May 1918, Norfolk Regiment, 34289, Private, Voormezeele Enclosure. Commemorated locally at Lysaght’s (Orb) Steelworks.
  • Williams, Walter John, 8th August 1915, aged 37. Monmouthshire Regiment, 3135, Rifleman. Son of John and Ann Williams, of New Gardens, Llangoed, Llyswen; husband of Fanny E Lewis (formerly Williams), of 6, Stony Houses, Pen-y-Bank, Fochrin, Cardiff. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial. Worked for Newport Corporation Transport before the war. In 2014, a Newport Transport bus was named in his honour.
  • Williams, William John, 42, 2nd September 1918, Royal Naval Reserve, HMS Vivid, 843/SD, Leading Deck Hand. Husband of Annie Maria Roe of 1, Cross Lane, Dock St. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Willoughby, Frederick, 30, 22nd July 1916, Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment), L/7884, Private. Son of the late Mr and Mrs Willoughby, of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, London Cemetery And Extension.
  • Willshire, Arthur Eric, 26, 8th May 1918, South Wales Borderers, 39850, Private, Awarded Military Medal. Son of W. E. and F. Willshire, of 48, Coldra Road. Nine Elms British Cemetery.
  • Wilmott, Frederick Henry, 27, 1st July 1916, South Wales Borderers, 13759, Private. Son of Ralph and Mary Ann Wilmott. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at St Mary's RC Church.
  • Wilton, Edgar, 31, 7th November 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 159716, Gunner. Husband of S. M. Wilton, of 56, Railway St., Llanhilleth. Etaples Military Cemetery. Commemorated locally at General Post Office.
  • Wiltshire, Reginald John, 25, 23rd October 1918, Welsh Regiment, 320983, Private. Son of Mr and Mrs J. Wiltshire of 16, Graham St. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Windsor, John Thomas, 25, 10th November 1917, South Wales Borderers, 10848, Private. Son of John and Elizabeth Windsor, of 32, Ailesbury St. Tyne Cot Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Windsor, William Charles, 1st July 1916, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3533, Rifleman. Thiepval Memorial.
  • Winter, Edwin Clifton, 27, 27th September 1917, Yorkshire Regiment, 41714,Lance Corporal. Son of E. I. and Mary Ann Winter, of 51, Llanthewy Rd. Tyne Cot Memorial.
  • Winter, Edward G, 16th December 1915, King's Royal Rifle Corps, R/6124, Rifleman. Ploegsteert Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Winter, Robert H, 17th December 1915, South Staffordshire Regiment, Second Lieutenant. Helles Memorial. Commemorated locally at St. John the Baptist Church.
  • Wiseman-Clarke, C F Ralph, 19, 20th February 1916, Royal Garrison Artillery, Lieutenant. Railway Chateau Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mary's Church, Malpas, and Malpas Community Centre.
  • Witts, Clifford Howard, 20, 2nd February 1917, Welsh Guards, 888, Private. Son of Arthur and Mary Priscilla Witts, of 86, Clova Rd., Forest Gate, London. Grove Town Cemetery.
  • Witts, Ivor Llewellyn, 23, 3rd July 1916, Welsh Guards, 1537, Lance Corporal. Son of Arthur and Mary Witts, of London. Native of Newport. Brandhoek Military Cemetery. Brother of Mervyn, below.
  • Witts, Mervyn Howard, 22, 12th February 1917, London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers), 283058, Private. Son of Arthur and Mary Priscilla Witts, of 86, Clora Rd., Forest Gate, London. St. Vaast Post Military Cemetery.
  • Wixcey, Charles N, 8th October 1918, Cheshire Regiment, 53440, Private. Buried St Souplet British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Grave Christchurch Cemetery.
  • Wixcey, William Frederick, 21, 6th April 1916, South Wales Borderers, 19614, Private. Son of Mr and Mrs James Wixcey, of 218, Chepstow Rd., Mesnil Ridge Cemetery.
  • Wollan, W H, 26th October 1917, Royal Marine Light Infantry, PLY/1081(S), Private. Poelcapelle British Cemetery.
  • Woodbury, John Henry, 18, 8th December 1918, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 96526, Private. Son of Charles Henry Woodbury, of 26, East Usk Rd. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery.
  • Woodroffe, Samuel, 30th November 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 740844, Gunner. Vlamertinghe New Military Cemetery.
  • Woods, John, 32, 3rd June 1916, Royal Engineers, 157791, Sapper. Husband of Mrs J. Woods, of 20, Glass Works Cottages, Crindau. Vermelles British Cemetery.
  • Woods, Percy James Bell, 29, 16th January 1919, Royal Engineers, 338526, Sapper. Son of Mr and Mrs James Bell Woods. Terlincthun British Cemetery.
  • Woolgar, Edward, 7th June 1917, South Wales Borderers, 19051, Private. Son of Edward Woolgar; husband of Mary Smallboy. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
  • Woolrich, Harry, 23, 26th November 1917, Field Artillery, 13084, Corporal, Awarded Military Medal,  Mentioned in Despatches. Son of Richard and Caroline Woolrich, of 11, Charles St., Rogerstone. Orival Wood Cemetery.
  • Woore, Thomas, 24th January 1917, Royal Field Artillery, 745238, Driver, Grove Town Cemetery. Commemorated locally at Newport YMCA and St Michael's RC Church.
  • Worthy, William Frederick, 18, 1st September 1918, Royal Welsh Fusiliers Wales,  93518, Private. Son of Francis and Alice Worthy, of 56 Malpas Rd., Sailly-Saillisel British Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas, and Malpas Road Evangelical Church.
  • Wreford, Alfred Daniel, National Reserve, 20453, Private. Died in First World War.
  • Wren, Joseph, 26, 26th September 1916, Lancashire Fusiliers, 36576, Private. Son of Joseph and Esther Wren, of 21, St Mary St. Thiepval Memorial. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Wren, Samuel William, 1st December 1917, Royal Army Medical Corps, M2/078693, Private, Metz-En-Couture Communal Cemetery.
  • Wright, Glenelg Peter, 20, 19th March 1918, Royal Field Artillery, 86092, Gunner. Son of Councillor and Mrs Peter Wright, Normanhurst. Merville Communal Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and Newport YMCA.
  • Wright, William Charles Malcolm, 20, 16th September 1918, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 43928, Lance Corporal. Son of Mr and Mrs W. C. Wright. Varennes Military Cemetery.
  • Wyatt, Wilfred Sydney, 15, 26th February 1918, Mercantile Marine, HM Hospital Ship Glenart Castle, Fireman Steward. Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Wyatt, of 73, Stockton Rd. Tower Hill Memorial.
  • Wyett, Hammond, 35, 15th April 1917, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 63792, Private. Drowned at sea.
  • Wylie, John Crawford, 20, 10th November 1918, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders), S/23103, Lance Corporal. Belgrade Cemetery. Commemorated locally at St Mark’s Church and St. Julian's Methodist Church.
  • Yates, Frederick John, 6th August 1914, Royal Navy, HMS Amphion, M/5151, Engine Room Artificer 4th Class. Plymouth Naval Memorial.
  • Young, James, Royal Welsh Regiment. Died in First World War.
  • Young, Richard Henry, 27, 8th November 1918, Military Police Corps, P/7732, Serjeant. Husband of Ethel Blodwin Young, of 14, Station St. Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Young, Thomas Henry, 27th December 1914, South Wales Borderers, 13950, Private. Bethune Town Cemetery. Commemorated locally at All Saints’ Church, Brynglas.
  • Young, William Charles, 24, 8th May 1915, Monmouthshire Regiment, 3112, Private. Husband of Mary Young, of 24, Pugsley St. Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.