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War Memorials

Hawarden
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The Boer War Memorial, which is located in Hawarden (St. Deiniol's) Churchyard, was dedicated on 10th December 1901 by the Bishop of St. Asaph.   It commemorates six men of the parish who lost their lives in South Africa after volunteering for service.

Hawarden War Memorial

Boer War

Rank, Name &
Service Number
Service Died Age Details Cemetery or
Memorial
Private
BAILEY
Samuel
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
(2nd Bn.)
23 Jun 1900 22 Son of Thomas and Elizabeth Bailey,
of Hawarden.
Died at Potchefstroom.
Trooper
FOX
George Frederic
Imperial Yeomanry
(21st Coy.)
16 May 1900 23 Son of John and Emma Fox, of Castle Hill, Ewloe,
Hawarden.
Died of disease at Woodstock Hospital,
Cape Town.
 
Sergeant
GRIFFITHS
Llewelyn
722
Kaffrarian Rifles 11 Jan 1901   Died at Frere Hospital,
East London,
(South Africa).
 
Colour Sergeant
JONES
John
9258
Grenadier Guards
(3rd Bn.)
5 Aug 1900 30 Died of pneumonia
at Brugspruit.
 
Sergeant
JONES
Thomas Rogers
Coldstream Guards
(1st Bn.)
12 Sep 1900 33 Son of Thomas Rogers and Ann Jones.
Died at Hawarden.
Buried in Hawarden (St. Deiniol's) Churchyard
Trooper
TOLLER
Charles Richard Alfred
Imperial Yeomanry
(29th Coy.)
30 Jun 1900 22 Son of Charles Bolton Toller and Alice Toller,
of Aston Bank,
Hawarden.
Died of wounds at Heilbron.
 

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