The Bryneglwys War Memorial commemorates those local men who were killed in two world wars.
Bryneglwys is a rural community and ecclesiastical parish, near the town of Corwen, in Denbighshire. The parish comprises the townships of Bodynwyddog, Bryntangor, Gwythina, Tre'rllan and Talybidwal.
Until 1974 the area was part of historic Denbighshire, and between 1974 and 1996 part of the county of Clwyd. In 1996, Bryneglwys became part of the newly-formed county of Denbighshire.
|Rank, Name &
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers
|22 Aug 1919||30||Son of John Davies, of Pentre Bach, Bryneglwys, and the late Miriam Davies; husband of Elizabeth Ellen Davies, of Hill Street, Corwen. Also named on the Corwen War Memorial.||Haidar Pasha Cemetery, Turkey.|
|East Lancashire Regiment
|28 Jun 1918||21||Son of Robert & Susanna Hughes, of Glanrafon, Bryneglwys.||Aval Wood Military Cemetery, Vieux-Berquin, Nord, France.|
|Royal Garrison Artillery
(160th Siege Bty.)
|19 Apr 1918||35||Son of William and Catherine Jones, Tomenrhodwy, Llanarmon (1891 Wales Census)||Klein-Vierstraat British Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.|
|Household Cavalry & Cavalry of the Line (Household Bn.)||3 May 1917||23||Son of William & Dorothy C Williams, of Cae Crwn, Bryneglwys.||Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, Pas de calais, France.|
|Rank, Name &
|Stoker 2nd Class
|8 Jun 1940||21||Son of Edward and Mair Davies, brother of Gwen and Megan, of Bryneglwys, near Corwen, North Wales. Sunk by Scharnhorst and Gneisenau.||Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon, England.|
|Corps of Military Police
(2 Divisional Provost Coy.)
|2 May 1940||21||Son of John David & Rhoda Myfanwy Davies, of Bryneglwys.||Douai Communal Cemetery, Nord, France.|
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