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War Memorial - Aberhafesp, Powys, Wales

1914 - 1918

St. Gwynog's Church War Memorial WW I

Inscription This memorial was erected
by the Parishioners to
the glory of God and in
grateful remembrance
of the men of this parish
who fell in the Great War
1914 - 1918

"Thr name liveth for evermore."

George Breese
John Maurice Jones
Benjamin Phillips
Charles Watkin
Cyril Benjamin Whitticase

Roll opf Honour
And in grateful memory of the members of this
Congregation who went to the Great War 1914 - 1918
of whom these ★ have made the supreme sacrifice.

"The path of duty was the way to glory"
★ B. Phillips, Blackhouse
★ C. B. Whitticase, Glascoed
J. T. Andrew, Firhouse
J. E. Benbow, Penllanlickey
M. Benbow, Penllanlickey
T. Benbow, Brynygroes
T. Benbow, Fachwen
J. E. Evans, Bwlchyffridd
R. E. Evans, Bwlchyffridd
J. Francis, Wernddu
W. B. Francis, Wernddu
H. Francis, Wernddu
W. Grovenor, Coppyhouse
J. R. Jones, Caegwppan
★ C. Watkin, Llwydcoed
W. Jones, Caegwppan
T. E. Jones, Caegwppan
G. M. Jones, Caegwppan
A. Lloyd, Lluastcoch
F. J. Pryce, Bwlchyffridd
J. W. Rowlands, Bwlchyffridd
J. A. Rowlands, Bwlchyffridd
G. Richards, Bronhaul
C. Stephens, Bettwyhill
T. R. Soley, Gwerny?a?se?
G. F. Soley, Gwerny?a?se?
J. R. Whitticase, Glascoed
Presented as a token of love and respect to their
fellows by the members of this congregation.

For more information see WWWMP.Wales

The R. A. F. memorial panel "23 January 1944" can be found on Lost Ancestors' Aberhafesp "R. A. F.".



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