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Cofebau Rhyfel Nannerch



St. Michael's parish church in Nannerch contains a memorial commemorating those men of the area who died in action in World War I.

Nannerch is a community and ecclesiastical parish in Flintshire. Between 1974 and 1996, it was in the county of Clwyd.


1914-1918 War


Rank,Name & Service Number:Lieutenant Walter Digby BUDDICOM  M.C.
Service:4th Queen's Own Hussars("B" Sqdn.)
Died:6 Jun 1918
Details:Son of Major & Mrs. Harry Buddicom, of Penbedw, Nannerch; husband of the Hon. Vava Buddicom (nee Plunkett), of Monasterevan, Kildare, Ireland.
Cemetery or Memorial:Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.


Rank,Name & Service Number:Sapper George Profit MILLICHAP WR/205679 and 138573
Service:Royal Engineers
Died:2 Mar 1919
Details:Husband of Jessie Millichap, Nannerch Laundry, Mold.
Cemetery or Memorial:Nannerch (St. Michael) Churchyard, Flintshire.


Rank,Name & Service Number:Second Lieutenant Arthur Bankes OWEN
Service:King's Shropshire Light Infantry(7th Bn.)
Died:26 Oct 1918
Details:Son of Thomas & Amy Owen, of Friar's Gap, Hawarden, Flintshire and The Bryn, Nannerch.
Cemetery or Memorial:Delsaux Farm Cemetery, Beugny, Pas de Calais, France.




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