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War Memorials on Anglesey in North Wales.

Llangristiolus War Memorial

Anglesey, Llangristiolus, St Cristiolus's Church War Memorial

Anglesey, Llangristiolus, St Cristiolus's Church World War Two (WWII) War Memorial.

Llangristiolus is a village on the Isle of Anglesey in North Wales. Situated in central Anglesey it is in an extremely rural area. The WWII War Memorial is located in the grounds of Llangristiolus Church, and is to be found near the porch, externally. There has been a church on this site at least since the early 7th century, although the Church as it is today is mainly from the 12th/13th century, with later additions and other works.

The World War One (WWI) War Memorial is located inside the church and I will try to get access in the near future and post high res images of it here. In the meantime I have put together a table with more details of the casualties and posted them in a table below. Two of the casualties are actually buried in the churchyard, another in Llanfechell (Ebenezer Chapel), which means that they will have been sent home wounded or sick, only to subsequently die of their ailments. I have arranged the table in order of the date they died, so I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause as you will have to search row by row for anyone you are researching.

If you have any photographs or stories of any of the casualties I would be delighted to post them on this page. Please email me here

Anglesey, Llangristiolus War Memorial Names

Anglesey, Llangristiolus War Memorial Names.



Forenames
Surname
Age
Date
Number
Rank
Unit
Address
Spouse
Father
Mother
Country
William Richard
Jones
21
09/05/1915
1239
Private
Welsh Regiment. A Coy. 2nd Battalion
Nythclyd, Llangristiolus
Hugh Jones
Mary Jones
France
James
Peacock
26
08/12/1915
2494
Private
Welsh Regiment. 1st/5th Battalion.
Tyn Gamfa, Llangristiolus
Mary Peacock
James Peacock
Annie Peacock
Gallipoli
Richard
Roberts
25
17/02/1916
15670
Private
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 10th Battalion.
Tyn-y-Pistyl, Llangristiolus
Richard Roberts
Catherine Roberts
Belgium
Evan Richard
Owen
26
28/04/1917
Major
Royal Field Artillery. 86th Brigade.
Fferam Paradwys, Bodorgan
Richard William Owen
Jane Owen
France
Thomas William
Roberts
01/08/1917
54652
Private
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 13th Battalion.
Tyddin Crin, Llangristiolus
Erasmus Roberts
Margaret Roberts
Belgium
William John
Williams
26
30/09/1917
446603
Sapper
Royal Engineers. 438th Field Coy.
Llangristiolus
David Edward Williams (late)
Elizabeth Williams
Belgium
Robert Griffith
Roberts
24
1939
Royal Artillery
Pant
William
Williams
24
03/10/1940
2001951
Sapper
Royal Engineers. 24 Bomb Disposal.
Ty Capel Horeb
William Williams
United Kingdom
Robert
Griffiths
46
26/02/1941
Chief Officer
S.S. Llanwern - Merchant Navy
Craig Wen
Catherine Griffiths
United Kingdom
Robert
Williams
30
29/03/1941
1656994
Gunner
Royal Artillery. 163 Bty. 55 H.A.A. Regt.
Caer Dwr, Llangristiolus
Irene Williams
Hugh Williams
Ellen Williams
United Kingdom
William Henry
James
41
29/06/1942
Carpenter
M.V. Waiwera - Merchant Navy
Glanrafon
Margaret James
William James
Margaret James
United Kingdom
John Glynn
Pritchard
24
23/01/1945
4205699
Fusilier
Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 2nd Battalion.
Bryn Eirion, Capel Mawr
Megan Pritchard
Myanmar
Robert
Owen
18
14/09/1945
2252295
A/C 2nd Class
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
3, Rhos Engan, Llangristiolus
William Owen
Kate Owen
United Kingdom


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