The Southsea War Memorial commemorates those local people who died in World War I. The memorial, taking the form of a standing Celtic Cross, stands in front of All Saint's Parish Church in Smithy Road.
Southsea (Welsh: Glanyrafon) is a village in the community of Broughton, County Borough of Wrexham. Until 1974 the area was part of the historic county of Denbighshire and, between 1974 and 1996, part of the county of Clwyd.
|Rank, Name &
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers
|26 Oct 1918||30||Son of Isaac and Victoria Humphreys, of 6, Nelson Terrace, New Road, Southsea. Also named on Broughton War Memorial||All Saints Churchyard, Southsea.|
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers||Also named on Coedpoeth War Memorial.|
|Australian Expeditionary Force||1 May 1915||42||Son of William & Caroline (nee Timmins) Morris, Coronation Cottages, Southsea.||Lone Pine Cemetery, Gallipoli, Turkey.|
|4th Dragoon Guards
|7 Aug 1916||20||Son of Florence Williams (formerly Nicholson), of 17, High Street, Southsea, and the late George Nicholson. Also named on Coedpoeth War Memorial.||Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt, Somme, France.|
|Army Service Corps
(2nd HT Depot)
|19 Sep 1915||42||Husband of Hannah Owen, of 5, Nelson Terrace, New Road, Southsea.||Greenwich Cemetery, London, England|
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers||23 Nov 1917||Born Ffrith. Son of Robert & Hannah Parry of Bridge Street, Southsea. Also named on Coedpoeth War Memorial.||Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France.|
|South Lancashire Regiment
|3 Oct 1917||31||Son of William & Catherine Williams, of 10, Bank Street, Southsea. Also named on Coedpoeth War Memorial.||Noeux-les-Mines Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France.|
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