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War Memorials on Anglesey in North Wales.

Llantrisant War Memorial

Anglesey, Llantrisant Church, World War One War Memorial

Anglesey, Llantrisant Church, World War One War Memorial.

Llantrisant is a small village in a rural setting on the Island of Anglesey in North Wales. At the moment I am only aware of a World War One (WWI) Memorial, which is in Llantrisant Church grounds. I will however be going back to photograph the graves of the servicemen and women that are buried there, so I will check again.

I have put together a list of names, some of which are not on the memorial, and researched additional details, which are presented in the table below. As far as I can tell none of them were married. Out of interest to family historians, there are two Llantrisant Churches, the old one and the new one. I was unable to find out any details about Hugh Edwards as there are only Edwards and the initial H. coming up on a search of the C.W.G.C. website, and it could have been any of them. Why the WREN was buried here is a mystery because HMS Goldcrest was R.N.A.S Dale in Pembrokeshire?

If you have any high resolution photographs or stories about any of these servicemen or women please email them to me here



Anglesey, Llantrisant Church in 2008

Anglesey, Llantrisant Church in 2008

Forenames
Surname
Age
Date
Rank
Number
Regiment/Unit
Address
Father
Mother
Cemetery
Philip
Ajax
33
27/05/1916
Private
4627
Monmouthshire Regiment 3rd Bn.
Rhondda or Pontypridd
Lewis Ajax
Anne Ajax
Llantrisant Churchyard
Hugh
Edwards
Private
Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
Penllyn
James
Higgins
05/12/1917
Sapper
347278
Royal Engineers Railway Troops.
Llantrisant Churchyard
Ivor
Jenkins
22
13/07/1916
Private
17276
Royal Welsh Fusiliers 1st Bn.
Llantrisant
John Jenkins
Janet Jenkins
Llantrisant Churchyard
David
Jones
18
15/02/1917
Driver
213105
Royal Field Artillery.
Ty Newydd, Penybryn
William Jones
Ellen Jones
Bryn Du Chapel Yard
John
Jones
19
21/04/1917
Private
28428
Royal Welsh Fusiliers 19th Bn.
Tyn Pwll Mawr/Penterfyn
John Jones
Jane Jones
Thiepval Memorial, France
Owen Richard
Jones
23
17/01/1917
Sapper
Royal Engineers. 72nd Field Coy.
Henbont, Llanddeusant
John R. Jones
Iris Betty
Stillman
19
24/04/1947
Wren
81113
HMS Goldcrest - W. R. N. S.
Ely, Cardiff
Charles Stillman
Eveline May Stillman (nee Jones)
Llantrisant Churchyard
Frederick
Taylor
37
15/04/1941
Corporal
1357526
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
Llantrisant
Joseph Robert Taylor
Ann Taylor
Penuel Chapel Graveyard

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