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Penley War Memorial


Llannerch Banna

The Penley War Memorial commemorates those men of the Penley area who died during World War I.

Penley (Welsh: Llannerch Banna) is a village and ecclesiastical parish in the community of Maelor South, in the County Borough of Wrexham, on the border with England.

Until 1974 the area was part of historic Flintshire and between 1974 and 1996 part of the county of Clwyd. Penley is primarily a farming community.


To The Glory of God

And To The Honoured Memory Of

The Men Of Penley

Who Gave Their Lives In The Great War


1914-1918 War


Rank,Name & Service Number:Lance Corporal Harold William DAVIES P/2934
Service:Military Police Corps(Military Mounted Police attd. IX Corps.
Died:2 Apr 1919
Details:Son of John & Emily Davies, of Blackwood Farm, Penley. Police constable at Shotton.
Cemetery or Memorial:Southern Cemetery, Cologne, Nordrhein-Westalen, Germany.

Rank,Name & Service Number:Lieutenant Robert Townsend Vaughton DYMOCK
Service:King's Shropshire Light Infantry"D" Coy. 1st Bn
Died:27 Oct 1915
Details:Son of Rowland Griffith Vaughton Dymock and Alice Maud, his wife.
Cemetery or Memorial:Hop Store Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

Rank,Name & Service Number:Private William Henry LLOYD 52396 & 2819   
Service:Cheshire Regiment("C" Coy. 10th Bn.)formerlyShropshire Yeomanry
Died:9 Oct 1916
Details:Son of Mrs M Lloyd, of 6, St. John's Hill, Ellesmere, Shropshire, England.
Cemetery or Memorial:Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.

Rank,Name & Service Number:Private Frederick PLATT 5668
Service:Royal Welsh Fusiliers(8th Bn.)
Died:16 Feb 1917
Born Penley, son of George & Margaret Platt.
Cemetery or Memorial:Amara War Cemetery, Iraq.

Rank,Name & Service Number:John PLATT   
Cemetery or Memorial:




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