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War Memorials

Nantglyn

The Nantglyn War Memorial commemorates those men of the area who were killed during World War I. The memorial is in the form of a granite obelisk surmounting a concrete base containing inscribed slate plaques. It was funded by Captain and Colonel Wynne-Edwards of Plas Nantglyn.

Nantglyn is a village and community in rural Denbighshire. Between 1974 and 1996 it was in the county of Clwyd.

Nantglyn War Memorial

"Mewn Anghof Ni Chant Fod, Wyr y Cledd, Hir Eu Clod" (Ceiriog)

1914-1918 War

Rank, Name &
Service Number
 Service Died Age Details Cemetery or
Memorial
Private
Elon
ELLIS

16909
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
(13th Bn.)
10 Jul 1916   Of Glyn Terrace, Nantglyn. Son of John & Catherine Ellis. Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.
Private
Robert
HUGHES
Of Bryn Golau, Nantglyn.
Private
Robert T
JONES
Cader, Nantglyn.
Private
Evan
ROBERTS (§)

40781
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
(22nd Bn.)
16 Apr 1916   Of Tanfforddwen, Peniel, Nantglyn. St. James' Churchyard, Nantglyn.
Captain
Walter Falconer
SCOTT
59th Scinde Rifles
(Frontier Force)
25 Oct 1914 34 Born Liverpool, England. Son of Walter Scott, of Tan y Gyrt, Nantglyn; and the late Isabella Scott. Resident of Jullunder, Punjab, India. Rue-de-Bois  Military Cemetery, Fleurbaix, Pas de Calais, France.
Harold
WILLIAMS (§)
      Born Cheadle, Cheshire, England. Son of Evan & Annie Williams, Police Station, Nantglyn.  

Those marked (§) died while "in military service".
The memorial lists all those who fought in World War I. They are not included here.

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