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Worthenbury War Memorial

Worthenbury

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The Worthenbury War Memorial commemorates those local people who died in World War I. The memorial takes the form of a plaque inside St. Deiniol's Parish Church.

Worthenbury is a village and ecclesiastical parish in the community of Willington-Worthenbury in the County Borough of Wrexham, and sits directly on the border with England. It is primarily a farming community.

 

Until 1974 the area was part of historic Flintshire and, between 1974 and 1996, part of the county of Clwyd.

 

1914-1918 War

 

Rank,Name & Service Number:Private Walter EVANSON 40531
Service:Manchester Regiment(1st/6th)
Died:28 Mar 1918
Age:24
Details:Son of Henry & Mary Ann Evanson, of White House, Willington Lane, Worthenbury.
Cemetery or Memorial:Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.

Rank,Name & Service Number:Captain Alfred Spencer Mason SUMMERS
Service:Royal Flying Corps(60th Sqdn.)and19th Royal Hussars
Died:15 Sep 1916
Age:50
Details:Son of the late Rt. Hon. J W Summers of Emral Hall, Worthenbury. Husband of Judith Mimi Summers.
Cemetery or Memorial:Beaulencourt British Cemetery, Ligny-Thilloy, Pas de Calais, France.

Rank,Name & Service Number:Bombardier Ernest G WARNER 63635
Service:Royal Field Artillery(77th Bde.)
Died:19 Oct 1917
Age:
Details:
Born Ellesmere, Shropshire, England. Also commemorated on the Tallarn Green War Memorial.
Cemetery or Memorial:Dozinghem Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

 

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