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War Memorials

Flint
Y Fflint

The Flint Boer War Memorial commemorates those men of the area who died in the Boer War, and it also names all those who served.  It was originally located in Trelawny Square, and was unveiled on 23rd October 1903.  It has since been moved to Chapel Street.

Flint Boer War Memorial

Boer War

Rank, Name &
Service Number
Service Died Age Details Cemetery or
Memorial
Lieutenant
Roger Whitely
BATE
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
(3rd Bn.)
7 Dec 1901 Son of Thomas & Perenna Bate of Kelsterton Hall, Kelsterton.
Killed at Rustpan, Boshof, Orange Free State.
Private
M H
PARRY
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
('E' Coy.; 2nd Vol. Bn.)
30 Jun 1900 Died of Enteric Fever at Johannesburg.
Private
G
JONES

1232
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
(1st Bn.)
25 Oct 1900 Killed at Frederickstad.
Private
N
COMMINS
(or CUMMINGS)
1379
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
(3rd Bn.)
18 Apr 1901 Died of Dysentry at Potchefstroom.
Private
T
LLOYD

7554
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
(2nd Vol. Bn.)
23 May 1901 Died of Enteric Fever at Britstown, Cape Province.

Boer War  |  World War I  |  World War II  |  Post 1945

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