Arthur Glynne Lewis

Golygwyd gan : JessicaBirchall Cymru dros Heddwch/Wales for Peace 13/04/2017

Dyddiad geni: 1879

Dyddiad marw: 10/7/1917

Rhyw: Gwrywaidd

Lle claddwyd : Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery

  • Dyddiad geni - 1879

    Ble ? - N/A

  • 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 Is-gapten

    Gwasanaeth - Indian Army

    Fel - Indian Army Reserve of Officers

    Rhif gwasanaeth - N/A

  • Rheng Dyddiad - N/A

    Rheng - Fel Lieutenant

    Gwasanaeth - Indian Army

    Fel - 13th Duke of Connaughts Own Lancers (Watsons Horse)

    Rhif gwasanaeth - N/A

  • Dyddiad marw - 10/7/1917

    Ble ? - N/A


Teulu


  • Tad - Sir Henry Lewis
  • Mam - Lady Lewis


Ysgol(ion) mynychwyd


  • Friars School
  • Bala Grammar School


Cyfeiriad


  • Pendyffryn, Upper Bangor


Crefydd


  • Methodistiaeth


Gwybodaeth bellach


Arthur Glynne Lewis was the oldest son of Sir Henry and Lady Lewis. His father, Sir Henry Lewis was a prominent Calvinistic Methodist in North Wales and played a significant role in securing the site in Bangor for the University College of North Wales. Before the First World War, Lewis fought in the Philippines War and the Boer War and when the war began he joined the Seinde horse regiment and travelled to India in 1914. During the war, Lewis served in India, France and Iraq as a Lieutenant with the Indian Army Reserve of Officers and the 13th Duke of Connaught's Own Lancers (Watson's Horse). However, in May 1917 Lewis was wounded and eventually died in July 1917, before being buried in Baghdad.


Galwedigaeth cyn y rhyfeloedd


  • Trained at HMS Conway on Merseyside.
  • Master in Merchant service.

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