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Basil Charles Jones
Llanelidan, Denbighshire, Wales

Basil Charles JonesBasil Charles Jones
1914 - 1998
DYN GOFALGAR - A caring man
Donated by the residents of Llanelidan

Basil Charles Jones was born on 10 November 1914. The maiden name of his mother was Smith.
He resided in Ruthin, Denbighshire in 1939 and is registered as Foreman Woodman.
He died in May 1998.

Bob Jones
Braco, Perth and Kinross, Scotland

Bob JonesIn fond memory of
Bob Jones
1939 - 2001

Edna Jones
Upton Country Park, Poole, Dorset, England

Edna JonesEdna Jones from all her friends in Guiding.

Edna JonesIn grateful memory of Miss Edna Jones.
Tireless worker for the disabled.

Elizabeth Ellis-Jones
Pinecliff Gardens, Canford Cliffs, Poole, Dorset, England

Elizabeth Ellis-Jones
"Keep facing the sun and
the shadows will fall behind you."
In memory of Elizabeth Ellis-Jones (1913 - 1990)

Elsie Jones
Beamish Museum, County Durham, England

Elsie JonesIn loving memory of Mrs Elsie Jones
12th January 1925 - 1st September 2010
To a very special lady, we will never forget you.
We will love and miss you always.
Your loving family xx

Florence Jones
Evening Hill Viewpoint, Poole, Dorset, England

Florence JonesIn memory of
Florence Jones
1917 - 2011

Fred Jones
West Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy, Wales

Fred JonesIn memory of
Fred Jones
Late of 50 Manor Park

Gertrude Jones
West Overcliff Viewpoint, Alum Chine, Dorset, England

Gertrude JonesIn loving memory of
Gertrude (Trudy) Jones
1903 - 1984
presented by her husband

Jean Jones
Hamworthy Park, Poole, Dorset, England

Jean Jones
Donated in loving memory of
Jean Jones (Kearly) 19-5-28 - 2-1-00
Will be missed by all your family & friends.
"A favourite place"

Nigel Besant Jones
Chinley Chapel, Derbyshire, England

Nigel Besant JonesIn memory of
Nigel Besant Jones
1943 - 1988

N. Harries Jones and David H. Tait
Maenan, Conwy, Wales

N. Harries Jones and David H. TaitDonated by          Rhoddwyd gan
Conwy Valley Civic Society
Cymheithas Treftadaeth Dyffryn Conwy
In memory of          Er Cof Am
Mrs. N. Harries Jones and Davis H. Tait

Llew and Elsie Jones
West Promenade, Llandudno, Conwy, Wales

Llew and Elsie JonesTogether at last
Llew Jones who died 10th April 1988
and his beloved wife
Elsie who died 2nd November 2008
A loving and devoted couple.

Mary Vaughan Jones
Maenan, Conwy, Wales

Mary Vaughan JonesEr Cof Am
Mary Vaughan Jones
Wigfa, Maenan
Awdures Llyfr
"Sali Mali"
Ganed 1918 - Hunodd 1983

Mary Vaughan Jones (28 May 1918 - April/May/June 1983) was a celebrated Welsh children's author and schoolteacher. She was born at 'Firs Cottage', Maenan near Llanrwst in 1918, and died in the Rhuddlan area, Clwyd in 1983.
Jones authored approximately 20 books, contributing regularly to children's literature in Wales, and the magazines of the Urdd. Many of her books have been re-published by Gymdeithas Lyfrau Ceredigion. Many new books are based on her characters, for example: Sali Mali a'r Ceffyl Gwyllt, Dylan Williams, 2006. Various children's television programmes and merchandise connected to her characters have also been produced by S4C. The original illustrations in her books were the work of Rowena Wyn Jones and later, Jac Jones.

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