Capel Siloh, Rhydymain

Basic information

Address

Rhydymain, Dolgellau

County

Merionethshire

 

Detailed information

Location

External

Type

Freestanding

Setting

Within a churchyard

Description

Board/Plaque/Tablet

Condition

Poor

Category

Memorial

 

Comments

 

About

Notes

Siloh was a Calvinistic Methodist chapel between Rhyd-y-main and Bryncoedifor, founded in 1874 which is now a private dwelling. Its marble tablet is now located in the Independent chapel’s graveyard, Rhydymain (http://www.walesatwar.org/en/memorial/detail?id=1441). // Roedd Siloh yn gapel Methodistiaid Calfinistaidd rhwng Rhyd-y-Main a Bryncoedifor. Sefydlwyd yn 1874, ond bellach mae hi'n dy preifat. Mae'r cofeb yn mynwent eglwys yr Annibynnwyr, Rhydymain (http://www.walesatwar.org/en/memorial/detail?id=1441)

Inscription

MAEN COFFA / ARWYR EIN HARDAL YN Y RHYFEL MAWR/ 1914 - 1918/ [...ENWAU...]/ "MYFI YW'R ATGYFODIAD A'R BYWYD" // MEMORIAL STONE/ THE HEROES OF OUR AREA IN THE GREAT WAR/ 1914 - 1918/ [...NAMES...]/ "I AM THE LIFE AND THE RESURRECTION

Service persons

Name Rank Regiment/Battalion Date of death
Lewis Jones Private other 29/05/1917
Hugh Evans Private Royal Army Medical Corps 28/10/1917
Eiddon Marchant Lance Corporal Machine Gun Corps 04/10/1917
Edward Evans Private Royal Welsh Fusiliers 27/05/1917
Robert Griffith(s) Private Welsh Regiment 20/12/1917
John James Private Royal Welsh Fusiliers 28/11/1916
William James Lance Corporal Royal Welsh Fusiliers 16/08/1916
Joseph Martin Private Royal Welsh Fusiliers 29/10/1916
William Williams Private Royal Welsh Fusiliers 21/09/1918