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ER COF AM Y RHAI O'R PLWYF LLANSANTFFRAED A GOLLODD EU BYWYDAU YN Y RHYFEL
 1914-1918

IN MEMORY OF THOSE OF THE PARISH OF LLANSANTFFRAED WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR
1914-1918

David Davies

Isaac Evans Davies

Gwilym Mansel Pritchard Davies

John William Davies

Daniel Edwin Edwards

Nathaniel Edwards

David James Evans

Isaac David Evans

Jenkin Evans

Charles Gutteridge

Walter Hicks

Daniel Harold Jenkins

David Lewis Jenkins

Thomas Jones

Stephen Lewis Morgans

Evan Edward Jones Morris

John Alfred Evan Norton

John Thornton

 

ER COF AM Y RHAI 0'R PLWYF LLANSANTFFRAED A GOLLODD EU BYWYDAU YN Y RHYFEL 1939-1945

IN MEMORY OF THOSE OF THE PARISH OF LLANSANTFFRAED WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE WAR 1939-1945

THEIR NAMES LIVETH FOR EVER

EVAN IORWERTH PROSSER MORGAN AB

was killed by enemy action on the San Emiliano (London) en route S. America to Africa on 9th August 1942, aged 39. Son of David Thomas Morgan and Margaretta Jane Morgan, Dauntless. Husband of Gladys Lilian Morgan of Poplar, London. (panel 92)

EVAN WILLIAM SWEENEY

Baker, died, aged 28 on the 19th day in a lifeboat, after his ship the SS Empire Endurance was sunk on May 4th 1941.  Only the Master, 2nd Mate and carpenter survived, and they were rescued the day after Evan died.  Son of Robert and Anne Jane Sweeney, Greenfield. (panel 40)

CAPTAIN TOM ELLIS JENKINS

of Glennydd, 2nd officer was reported missing following the sinking of his ship the SS Empire Blanda on 18th February 1941. Aged 37. Son of Captain Rees Jenkins and Mary Ann Jenkins.  Master Mariner

JOHN LEWIS WILLIAMS

Sailor and son of John D and Catherine Williams, Llanrhystud (Late of Troedrhiw, Llanon) died aged 25 when his ship the SS San Emiliano (London) was sunk on 9th August 1942

DAVID MERVILLE LEWIS

Seaman. Henffordd Fach, Nebo died when his ship the SS Stanburn was bombed in the North Sea 29th January 1940. Aged 20. Son of Evan Lewis and S M Lewis, Llanon, Cardiganshire (panel 100). He was the brother of the late Mr T J Lewis, Birmingham House.

CAPTAIN CHRISTOPHER DAVID LEWIS

The Mount, Llanon. Master SS Stanburn died 29th January 1940 when his ship was bombed in the North Sea. Husband of the late Mrs Belva Lewis of Southcote, Llanon. Body found near Scarborough and buried Llansantffraed 6th February 1940.

SIMON DAVIES

Sunny Villa. Sailor SS Empire Amethyst, (Middlesborough) died 14th April 1942. Son of Owen and Ann Davies of Sunny Villa. (panel 38)

CAPTAIN WILLIAM EWART HERBERT

Master SS Stangarth (London) died 16th March 1942 aged 47. husband of Margaret M Herbert of Gwynlys, Llanon, Cardiganshire. (panel 101)

FRANCIS IEUAN JONES

Apprentice M.V. Erodona (London) died 15 March 1941 aged 20. (panel 48) son of Mr and Mrs Jones Fron Villa

THOMAS MORGAN EVANS

Glanperis (Y Felin) Llanon.AB SS Castlemoor (London) died 25th February 1940 aged 35.  Son of Rev. Morgan and Mary Evans (panel 24)

WILLIAM JAMES MORGAN

Chief Officer SS Canford Chine (Swansea) died 8th February 1941 aged 52.  Son of William and Mary Morgan, Peris Terrace, Llanon. Master Mariner Merchant Navy. (panel 23)

JOHN DANIEL VINCENT THOMAS

Glenville, Llanon died at St James Hospital, Battersea aged 24 and he was buried at Llansantffraed on 5th February 1941.  He was the son of Captain and Mrs Thomas, Glenville.

LIEUT. LEWIS IVOR JENKINS  R.N.R

died aged 42 in December 1940. He was the son of Captain and Mrs Jenkins Millet Park

JOHN CEREDIG JONES

Parc, Nebo died 3-4 April 1943 aged 31 when the Wellington bomber he was navigating was shot down over Holland.  He was buried at Amersfort Cemetery. He was the son of Mr and Mrs John Jones, Parc, Nebo

IVOR CARADOG LEWIS

Brynamlwg. was killed at Cesena, Italy on 22nd November 1944, aged 30.  He was a member of the Hampshire Regiment and the son of Harry and Mary Lewis.

SGT. DAVID ELWYN OWEN

RAF number 534934 was killed on 28th August 1943, aged 25, whilst on a bombing raid over Austria where he is now buried.  He was the rear gunner and the son of Mr and Mrs Lewis Owen, Cledan, Llanon

JOHN MERVYN DAVIES  R.A.F.

died in a prisoner of war camp on 25th July 1944 aged 24.  He is buried at Galala Cemetery, Ambos Island, East Indies.  He was the son of Captain and Mrs Davies Ardgrange, Llanddeiniol. Captain Davies was a member of the well-known Rosehill family and the brother of Mrs Dorothy Hughes, Glenholme. most of this information was obtained from a plaque in Llanddeiniol Parish Church

MISS ELIZABETH LEE LEWIS

was killed by a V1 bomb which made a direct hit on the shelter of a munitions factory in West London where she worked, on 7th July 1944.  Miss Lewis and her two sisters for some years kept the Whitehall Inn until it closed in 1928 when they moved to London. Miss Lewis, who was buried at Rhiwbwys Chapel Cemetery was the aunt of Nancy Jenkins, Yr Hafod

Note: The panel reference identifies the position of the name on the Tower Hill Memorial dedicated to Merchant Navy personnel killed 193901945
The cities shown in brackets were the home ports of the ships mentioned.

 

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