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War Memorials on Anglesey in North Wales.

Holyhead Maeshyfryd Cemetery World War I Memorials (Page 3).

Anglesey, Holyhead, Maeshyfryd Church in May 2013

Anglesey, Holyhead, Maeshyfryd Church in May 2013.

I am continuing to search for and research the World War One (WWI) graves - or the graves where the fallen are remembered - with Maeshyfryd Cemetery at Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey.

I am further surprised at the amount that I have found, but sad that many of the grave inscriptions are impossible to read due to weathering. It is inevitable that I will not find every one. Nevertheless, every one that I find is another memorial to those who lost everything for our futures.

Even now in Holyhead, there are few families to be found that remember no-one from any of the WWI shipping tragedies, most Holyhead families have a story to tell of someone they have lost.

If you have any stories, or high resolution photos of any of the people that died - or indeed survived - then please email me here.



Just in case you are waiting for photographs of the graves of the victims of World War Two (WWII), I also have them, and I will be publishing them on this website at a later date.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Maeshyfryd WWI Grave Page 4

Holyhead War Memorials Main Page




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