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War Memorials

St. Asaph Cathedral - Welsh Nurses
Eglwys Gadeiriol Llanelwy - Nyrsus Cymreig

The St. Asaph Cathedral Nurses War Memorial commemorates those Welsh nurses  who died in World War I.

St AsaphNurses Memorial

1914-1918 War

Rank, Name &
Service Number
Service Died Age Details Cemetery or
Memorial
Staff Nurse
BRACE
Frances Ethel
 Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service 21 Sep 1916 30 Daughter of William & Jane Brace of Beaver's Hill, Manorbier, Pembrokeshire. Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta.
Staff Nurse
ROBERTS
Jane
 Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Special Reserve
(HMHS Salta)
10 Apr 1917  Sunk by German mine, off Le Havre, France. Salta Memorial, Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, Seine-Maritime, France.
Staff Nurse
ROBERTS
Margaret Dorothy

R/853
 Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service
(HMS Osmanieh)
31 Dec 1917 Sunk by German mine, off Alexandria, Egypt. Hadra War Memorial Cemetery, Alexandria Egypt.
Nurse
ROWLANDS
Helena May
 Territorial Force Nursing Service 10 May 1919 26 Born in Llangefni, Anglesey. Daughter of Mrs Ann Ellin Rowlands, of Bod Gwynant, Abergele. Died in Liverpool, England. Abergele Cemetery
Staff Nurse
THOMAS
Margaret Evans
Territorial Force Nursing Service
(1st London General Hospital)
8 Nov 1918 28   Brookwood Memorial, Surrey, England.

 

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