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War Memorial Gwaunysgor



The Gwaunysgor War Memorial commemorates those men of the area who died during World War I and World War II.

Gwaunysgor is one of the ancient parishes of Flintshire and today is part of the community of Trelawnyd and Gwaunysgor. Between 1974 and 1996 the area was in the county of Clwyd.


1914-1918 War


Rank,Name & Service Number:Private Ellis Thomas EVANS 240879
Service:Royal Welsh Fusiliers(14th Bn.)
Died:6 Nov 1918
Details:Son of Mr T Evans, of Glasgwen, Gwaunysgor.
Cemetery or Memorial:Montay-Neuvilly Road Cemetery, Montay, Nord, France.

Rank,Name & Service Number:Private John GRIFFITHS 58345
Service:Royal Welsh Fusiliers(16th Bn.)
Died:8 Nov 1918
Details:Son of Thomas & Mary Jane Griffiths, of Bryn Goleu, Meliden.
Cemetery or Memorial:Englefontaine British Cemetery, Nord, France.

Rank,Name & Service Number:Private Alun PARRY 8670
Service:Royal Welsh Fusiliers(1st/4th Bn.)attd. Welsh Regiment(6th Bn.)
Died:15 Aug 1916
Age:  23
Details:Son of John & Prudence Parry, Wesley Place, Gwaunysgor.Name added to memorial in 2009
Cemetery or Memorial:Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France.


1939-1945 War


Rank,Name & Service Number:Driver William George Norman HOUSE 2323135
Service:Royal Corps of Signals
Died:17 Aug 1943
Details:Born London, England. Son of Elizabeth House; husband of Prudence Mary Elizabeth House, of Gwaunysgor.
Cemetery or Memorial:Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Burma.




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