The St. Asaph Cathedral Nurses War Memorial commemorates those Welsh nurses who died in World War I.
|Rank, Name &
|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.|
| Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service Special Reserve
|10 Apr 1917||Sunk by German mine, off Le Havre, France.||Salta Memorial, Ste. Marie Cemetery, Le Havre, Seine-Maritime, France.|
| Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service
|31 Dec 1917||Sunk by German mine, off Alexandria, Egypt.||Hadra War Memorial Cemetery, Alexandria Egypt.|
|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|
|Territorial Force Nursing Service
(1st London General Hospital)
|8 Nov 1918||28||Brookwood Memorial, Surrey, England.|
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