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War Memorial - Llangynidr, Powys, Wales

1914 - 1918  and  1939 - 1945

Gwell Anceu Na Chywilydd
(Death rather than dishonour)

In memory of the
men of this parish
who made the
supreme sacrifice in
the Great War.

Cross War Memorial WW I and WW II Cross

Names WW I Dispatch Rider F. Powell Jones
Sept. 26th, 1914

Pte. William V. Lloyd
Novr. 5th, 1914

Lance Corp. Reginald W. Williams
June 4th, 1915

Capt. P. Powell Jones
April 21st, 1916
"The souls of the righteous are in his hands"
Names WW I Pte. John Davies
Jany. 25th, 1917

Lance Corp. Albert L. Jenkins
May 4th, 1917

Pte. William G. Bevan
July 12th, 1917

Pte. Alfred J. Farr
July 26th, 1917

Capt. W. Jones Evans
Sept. 13th, 1917
Names WW I Pte. Harry Williams
Novr. 23rd, 1917

Gunr. Thomas S. Richards
March 14th, 1918

Pte. William J. Powell
August 28th, 1918

Pte. David Harris
Sept. 10th, 1918

Pte. Harry Harris
Octr. 24th, 1918

Pte. Alfred James Lovett
April 12th, 1919

Names WW II Gunr. James William Baugh
R. A.

Pte. William Powell Davies
G. S. C.

Corpl. Emlyn Charles Hurlow
K. S. L. I.

Sgt. Daniel Ivan Parry
R. A. F. V. R.

A. L. Sean. Frederick J. W. Kyte
H. M. S. Repulse

Pte. John Sullivan
S. W. B.


This page is dedicated to the 10 million victims of World War I and 60 million victims of World War II.
We should always remember the immense grief and loss each war brought to the world.


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