Albert Wynn Williams

Golygwyd gan : JessicaBirchall Cymru dros Heddwch/Wales for Peace 21/03/2017

Dyddiad geni: 1870

Man geni: Bangor, Gwynedd

Dyddiad marw: 19/7/1917

Lle bu farw: A W Williams died on board the SS Eloby, which was torpedoed by a German submarine.

Rhyw: Gwrywaidd

Lle claddwyd : Tower Hill Memorial

  • Dyddiad geni - 1870

    Ble ? - Bangor, Gwynedd

  • Dyddiad Ymrestrodd - N/A

    Ble ? - N/A

    Oedran - N/A

    Fel - Fel Anhysbys

  • Brwydrau

  • Dyddiad y frwydr - 28/7/1914

    Ble ? - Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf

  • Rhengoedd

  • Rheng Dyddiad - N/A

    Rheng - Fel Second Engineer

    Gwasanaeth - Y Fyddin Brydeining

    Fel - Mercantile Marine

    Rhif gwasanaeth - N/A

  • Ennillodd fedal

  • Dyddiad dyfarnu - N/A

    dyfarnwyd - Math : Medal Rhyfel y Llynges Fasnachol

  • Dyddiad marw - 19/7/1917

    Ble ? - A W Williams died on board the SS Eloby, which was torpedoed by a German submarine.


Teulu


  • Tad - David Wynn Williams
  • Mam - Emily Williams
  • Priod - Mary Ellen Williams


Ysgol(ion) mynychwyd


  • Garth National School


Cyfeiriad


  • 7 York Road, Seacombe, Cheshire


Gwybodaeth bellach


A W Williams served on the SS Eloby which transported troops, equipment and supplies between Britain and France and Britain and Egypt for three years during the First World War. On the 26th of June 1916, it escaped being hit by a torpedo in the Mediterranean Sea. However, in July 1917 it was carrying explosives to Alexandria when it was torpedoed by a German submarine and subsequently exploded and sank. Unfortunately, A W Williams lost his life alongside 155 other troops and crew members.


Galwedigaeth cyn y rhyfeloedd


  • Shipbuilder at Cammell Laird
  • Worked on the shipping line at Lamport & Holt
  • Worked at the Elder Dempster shipping company

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