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Holyhead English Presbyterian Church War Memorials

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church on Newry Street

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church on Newry Street

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church WWI Memorial Plaque

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church WWI Memorial Plaque

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church WWI Roll of Honour

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church WWI Roll of Honour - circled names are the ones who died

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church WWII War Memorial

Holyhead, English Presbyterian Church WWII War Memorial

The Roll of Honour includes the names of everyone that worshipped at the English Presbyterian Church in Newry Street, Holyhead who went to war in World War One (WWI). That is everyone, even the servicemen that survived the war, which is of interest to amateur genealogists that are researching their family history. The information is scant and does not even include ages or addresses. I have tried to fill in some of the information and this is reflected in the table below.

M.M. or M.C. after the surname indicates a Military Medal or Military Cross winner. This is why the chapel rolls of honour that include servicemen who survived the wars are so important. I for one would not have known who the survivors with top gallantry awards were. There are three Military Crosses and two Military Medals awarded to these servicemen from within one Church congregation - wow!



Forenames
Surname
Status
Age
Rank
Number
Regiment
Date of death
Home Address
W. E.
Afflick
Survived WWI
H.M.S. Hermione
J. A.
Charlton
Survived WWI
Australian A.M.C.
Frederick
Darrock
Survived WWI
Cheshire Yeomanry
Arthur S.
Darrock
Survived WWI
Royal Fusiliers
Leonard W.
Darrock
Survived WWI
Royal Air Force
Cecil
Edwards M.M.
Survived WWI
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Arthur G.
Hughes
Survived WWI
Shropshire Light Infantry
Joseph
Inglis
Died WWI
41
2nd Steward
None
S.S. Leinster
10/10/1918
7, Newry Fawr
Robin W.
Jones M.C.
Survived WWI
Royal Field Artillery
Angus
Mackay
Died WWI
22
2nd Lieutenant
Not Known
Liverpool Scottish
10/05/1918
Celtic House
Alec William
Mackay M.C.
Died WWI
24
Captain
Not Known
Royal Fusilers
28/09/1917
Celtic House
Peter
Martin
Survived WWI
H. M. S. Scotia
Hugh
Martin
Survived WWI
H.M.S. Royal George
Owen
Martin M.M.
Survived WWI
Anglesey Royal Engineers
Edw. James
Merty or May
Survived WWI
Devonshire Regiment
R. Jenkyn
Owen
Survived WWI
Pembrokeshire Yeomanry
Owen
Owen
Survived WWI
South Wales Borderers
Gwilym M.
Owen
Survived WWI
Royal Engineers
Alfred
Pyne
Died WWI
H.M.H.S. Stad Antwerpan
T. Vernon
Rees
Survived WWI
Royal Garrison Artillery
Nathaniel
Roberts
Died WWI
19
Private
40922
North Staffordshire Regiment
06/06/1918
53, Foundry Street
John Hugh
Roberts
Survived WWI
South Wales Borderers
Nathaniel
Roberts
Survived WWI
H.M. Transport Macaris
Arthur G.
Roberts
Survived WWI
H.M.S. Carmania
William
Roberts
Survived WWI
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Frederick A.
Spencer
Survived WWI
H.M. Transport Manchester Spinner
Alec Lyle
Stirrat
Survived WWI
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
John Clay
Thomas
Died WWI
Welsh Regiment
T. Hector
Thomas
Survived WWI
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
W. O.
Thomas M.C.
Survived WWI
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Frederick William
White
Died WWI
Private
L/5289
Queens Own Regiment
28/10/1914
Joseph
Williams
Died WWI
32
3rd Engineer
H.M.H.S. Anglia
17/11/1915
6, Upper Park Street
John T.
Williams
Survived WWI
H.M. Transport Olympic
Robert
Williams
Survived WWI
Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Gwladys Gaynor
Griffith/s
Died WWII
24
Wren
94347
H.M.S. Glendower - Royal Navy
09/05/1944
Norman E.
Jones
Died WWII
15
Cadet
None
S.S. Tacoma Star - Merchant Navy
01/02/1942
Malcolm
Moore
Died WWII
21
Artificer 5th Class
D/MX. 68760
H.M.S. Bonaventure - Engine Room
31/03/1941
George Edward
Reese
Died WWII
21
Trooper
7905391
Royal Armoured Corps
17/06/1940

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