Boer War tablet, Llandudno Town Hall

Boer War tablet, Llandudno Town Hall

The inscription reads: "This tablet was erected by public subscription to commemorate the noble and patriotic service rendered to their country by the undermentioned men of Llandudno and district who volunteered and served in the South African War 1900-1901-1902."

The four who died are commemorated on a memorial on the Great Orme, outside St Tudno’s Church.

Below are the names on the tablet, with additional information where known.

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Postcode: LL30 2UP

Denbighshire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry

T Davies, Sgt Major
R Dunphy, Sgt
ER Owen, Lance Sgt
S Hughes, Corp
O Roberts, Lance Corp. Killed in action at Abrahamskraal
WF Allman, Trooper
GC Goodwin, Trooper. Died of disease at Jagersfontein Drift
WD Hughes, Trooper
EO Jones, Trooper
W Kenyon, Trooper
CR Lempriere. Trooper
HTB Parry, Trooper
EO Williams, Trooper
TP Williams

Royal Welsh Fusiliers 3Third Volunteer Battalion

C Jones, Sgt. Died of disease
E Moore, Lance Sgt
A Helstrip, Lance Corp
LG Griffiths, Private
FJ Mercey, Private
FW Parry, Private
A Joseph, Private, Royal Army Medical Corps
H Codman, Private
F Davies, Private
H Deverell, Private. Died of enteric fever, age 25. Of 6 Woodland Terrace, Victoria Street, Craig-y-Don. Buried at Kimberley cemetery
G Williams, Private
S England, Private
E Doyle, Bugler

Other regiments

W Hughes, Trooper, 29th Company Imperial Yeomanry
GGS Turner, Staff Sgt, 24th Company Imperial Yeomanry
BT Richardson, Trooper, 10th Regiment Imperial Yeomanry