LLANDUDNO JUNCTION WAR MEMORIAL INSTITUTE, PENRHOS AVENUE

Basic information

Address

Conwy

County

Caernarvonshire

 

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About

Notes

Llandudno Junction War Memorial Institute is a single storey building with an Arts & Crafts style brick frontage to Penrhos Avenue; it is allegedly constructed or faced with brick retrieved from Flanders, an area of Belgium which saw some of the greatest loss of life on the Western Front during the First World War, in particular from the battles of Ypres.B.A.Malaws, RCAHMW, 08 May 2013.

Service persons

Name Rank Regiment/Battalion Date of death
George Elvey Lance Corporal Royal Welsh Fusiliers 07/07/1916
Thomas Nevitt Private Royal Army Service Corps 13/11/1918
Thomas Jones Private Royal Welsh Fusiliers 06/07/1916
Charles Davies Air Mechanic None 01/07/1918
Edwin Edwards other Royal Artillery 11/02/1919
Goronwy Evans other Royal Artillery 28/10/1917
William Evans Private South Wales Borderers 28/05/1918
David Jones Private South Wales Borderers 31/07/1917
Thomas Jones other Royal Engineers 26/06/1918
John Owen Lance Corporal Royal Welsh Fusiliers 25/09/1915
William Parry other Royal Artillery 15/06/1917
John Roberts Private Royal Welsh Fusiliers 17/08/1917
H Williams other Royal Engineers 01/12/1918
Thomas Williams Private Royal Welsh Fusiliers 09/10/1915