St Saviour’s War Memorial, Splott Road

The stone cross war memorial stands in front of St Saviour’s church on Splott Road, Cardiff.  It was unveiled on 11th November 1921 in a ceremony attended by Lord Tredegar.

St Saviour war memorial, Splott, Cardiff

The memorial contains 139 names of men who died in WWI.  The memorial was fully restored in 1996. Most of the names on the slate tablets on the memorial had been obliterated.  The names were rediscovered due to an appeal by letter to the readers of the Cardiff Echo.  The inscription reads:

TO THE GLORY OF GOD THIS CALVARY / WAS ERECTED IN MEMORY / OF THOSE WHO DIED / IN THE GREAT WAR 1914 – 1918 / AND RESTORED TO COMMEMORATE THOSE WHO DIED IN THE / 2ND WORLD WAR / AND SUBSEQUENT CONFLICTS / MAY THEY REST IN PEACE / 11.11.1996

St Saviour's SPlott Cardiff War Memorial plaque

St Saviour’s Splott War Memorial plaque

St Saviour's Splott Cardiff War Memorial Panel a

St Saviour’s,  Splott, Cardiff,  War Memorial Plaque a

St Saviour's Splott War Memorial Panel b

St Saviour’s, Splott, Cardiff, war memorial, plaque b

St Saviour's Splott War Memorial Plaque Panel c

St Saviour’s, Splott, Cardiff, war memorial, plaque c

St Saviour's Splott War Memorial Panel d

St Saviour’s, Splott, Cardiff, War Memorial, panel d.

 

The names on the memorial plaques are:

PANEL 1

ARTHUR ROBERTSON ADAMSON

Gunner, 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment (Service Number 106422)

Arthur Adamson was born in 1882 In Wallsend, Tyneside to John Adamson, a foreman blacksmith and Agnes Adamson née Robertson.  By 1891 the family had moved to Cardiff but Arthur’s father John died in 1902. When Arthur signs up for the army in December 1915 he describes himself as a laundry depot manager and living with his widowed mother and siblings at 21 Moorland Road. He is killed in action in France on 23rd March 1917 and buried at Faubourg-d’Amiens Cemetery, Arras, France.

 

JOSEPH ACKERMAN

Private, 8th Battalion. Welsh Regiment (Service Number 12265)

Joseph Akerman was born in Cardiff on 22nd September 1894 to William Akerman, a dock labourer, originally from Ashcott, Somerset and Eliza Akerman nee Turner, who was born at sea.  Joseph attended Splott Road school after which he was employed as a boilermaker. He enlisted in Cardiff on 22nd August 1914 and served with the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force as a Private in the 8th Battalion. Welsh Regiment. He was wounded in the thigh by shrapnel at Chocolate Hill, Suvla, Gallipoli brought home and admitted to Splott Road Military Hospital on 30th August 1915. Joseph Akerman died of wounds on 16th September 1915 aged 20 in the school where he was educated which was being used as a military hospital on. He is buried at Cathays Cemetery, Cardiff (plot EB 18). The address of his parents at the time of his army service is recorded as being 12 Singleton Road, East Moors.

Joseph Akerman portrait and grave

Joseph Akerman portrait (Pic: South Wales Daily Post) and grave (Friends of Cathays Cemetery)

GEORGE ANDREWS

Private.  8th Battalion, Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)  (Service Number S/7411)

George Andrews was born in Spring 1895 in Cardiff to John Andrews a bathstone stonemason and Mary Andrews nee Lewis.  He was one of eleven children.  The family lived at 1 Moorland Road, Splott. He originally enlisted in Cardiff with the 2nd Welsh Royal Field Artillery in 1912.  He served on the Western Front with the Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)  and died of wounds 16th February 1916 aged 20.  He is buried at the Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, France in grave II. C. 142.  He is remembered on the Splott War Memorial in front of St Saviour’s church. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

JOSEPH ATTWELL

Private, 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment (Service Number: 13236)

Joseph Attwell portrait pic

Joseph Attwell was born in Pontypool in 1879 to John Attwell, a blast furnace worker originally from Cwmbran, and Ann Attwell nee Dacey originally from Ireland. The Attwell family lived at 277 Portmanmoor Road.  Joseph Attwell, like his father worked as a furnaceman. He enlisted in Cardiff and served on the Western Front as a Private in the 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment for one month. He was killed in action 25 May 1915, aged 36. He is remembered on the Le Touret Memorial in France and on the Splott War Memorial. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

C BAKER

H BUSHELL

J J BARRY

W H BATCHELOR

F BECK

A BARNES

W BELLAMY

J W BENDALL

J B BOWYER

A BURNETT

W F BROOKS

W J BROWN

G BUNCE

R G BROOKES

H BUNCE

W J BURGESS

G BUTCHERS

H BUNKHAM

G BOWLER

H BREWER

 

ARTHUR HENRY BOWDEN

Private, 13th Battalion,  Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Service Number 267950)

Arthur Henry Bowden was born in Cardiff in early 1899 to James Rees Bowden, a haulier, from Cardiff and Mary Elizabeth Bowden née Gould also from Cardiff.  Arthur was baptised at St Saviour’s church on 9 Feb 1899 when the family were living at 31 Janet Street, Splott. In the 1911 census the family were living at 11 Walker Road.  Arthur worked as a grocer’s assistant before he initially signed up underage with the Welch Regiment on 29 Dec 1914 aged just 15 and was sent to France.  When his Uncle heard, who was already on active service, he encouraged Arthur’s mother to apply for him to be sent she which she did.  Arthur was duly found and sent back to Cardiff. He re-enlisted with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers as soon as he was able and was sent back to the Front.  He died on 22 April 1918 on the battlefields of the western front, aged 19.  He is buried at the Bouzincourt Ridge cemetery in the Somme region of France (grave ref: I. D. 10.).  He is also remembered on the Splott War Memorial at St Saviour’s church.  Commonwealth War Graves Commission record. The story of Arthur in WalesOnline.

Arthur Henry Bowden and mother and sister.

Left: Arthur Henry Bowden and mother and sister.

 

S BLACKMORE

 

FREDERICK GEORGE BOWDEN

Private, 7th Battalion, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry (Service Number 35382)

Frederick George Bowden was born on 27 Jan 1899 in Cardiff to William Henry Bowden, a labourer at an iron foundry, from Roath and Annie Bowden nee Jones originally from Neath. He was baptised at St Saviour’s church on 16 Feb 1899.  The family lived at 47 Habershon Street and Frederick attended Moorland Road school and then Howard Gardens school before leaving to become a clerk in the Ocean Coal company.  He enlisted in Cardiff and was killed in action on 28 Mar 1918 aged 19 at the Western Front.  He is remembered on the Arras Memorial (Bay 7) in France.  He is also remembered on the Howardian School War memorial plaque and the Splott Memorial at St Saviour’s church. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

W A BROWN

H J BROWN

W G BROWN

 

JOSEPH EDWARDS

Private, 2nd Garrison Battalion, Essex Regiment (Service Number 33203)

Joseph Edwards was born in Hereford on 28 Nov 1880 to Joseph Edwards, a chimney sweep, from St Austell, Cornwell and Elizabeth Edwards nee Davies, from Hereford. By 1891 the Edwards family have moved to Cardiff and Joseph attends St German’s school on Metal Street.  In 1901 the family are living at 32 Ordell Street, Splott with Joseph working as a dock labourer.  In 1903 he marries Bridget Aherne and they have five children together.  Joseph enlisted in the army and served in a number of regiments including the Welch Regiment and the Somerset Light Infantry and finally the Essex Regiment.  He survived most of the war but died of pleurisy in Mesopotamia on the day the war ended, 11th Nov 1918, aged 37. He is buried at the Basra War Cemetery and remembered on the memorial there, panel I.S.18.   He is also remembered on the Splott War Memorial outside St Saviour’s church.

R BODENHAM

C DBODENHAM

C E BROWN

W BLACK

W CARNEY

H C B CARTER

D H CHAMPION

T H COX

T CHAPMAN

R CHORLEY

W COAKLEY

F CREEK

J A COLLINS

J W CORBETT

J H COTTER

A CLEMERSON

J COSTELLO

A CUMMINGS

T COUGHLAN

W J CUDDIGAN

E J CULLIFORD

A E COURTNEY

EV CUNNINGHAM

E COURTNEY

A A COCKIN

F C COOPER

G I COX

W H W COUTTS

R DAVIES

W DAVID

D DAVIES

A N DANDO

A DAVEY

A DAVEY

H DAVEY

J DAVIES

E J DAVIES

W J DEMPSEY

W DENT

E DOWDING

J DOGGETT

P DRISCOLL

 

 

PANEL 2

 

J DUNFORD

J DURSLEY

T EVANS

W EDWARDS

W EMMETT

F EMMOTT

M J FARMER

 

WILLIAM FRANK FENNERTY

William Frank Fennerty, Ordell Street, Splott

Stoker 1st Class, Royal Navy aboard H.M.S. Defence (Service Number SS/116201)

William Frank Fennerty as born on 10th Oct 1896 to William Henry Fennerty, a house painter, and Emily Fennerty née Godbeer, both originally from Devon.  William Frank Fennerty joins the navy and serves aboard H.M.S. Defence as a stoker.  The ship is lost in the battle of Jutland, off Denmark,  on 31st May 1916 and 900 lives on board are lost.  He is remembered on the Splott war memorial outside St Saviour’s church and the Naval War Memorial in Plymouth.  His parents were living at 70, Ordell Street, Splott at the time. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record

 

F W FILER

F FISHER

J G FARMER

A H FLETCHER

W FLYNN

E FREE

T FORD

 

JOHN EDWARD FOX

Private, 4th Battalion, South Wales Borderers (Service Number 12768)

John Edward Fox was born in Bradford on 5 Aug 1897 to Arthur Fox, a police constable, originally from Pontefract, and Ada Sarah Fox nee Devine, originally from Llansamlet, Swansea.  In 1901 the Fox family are living in Swansea. In 1906 John and his two brothers were in school in Tenby.  By 1911 Ada and her three sons were living in Dowlais Cottages, 27 Layard Street, Splott and Arthur was back to Yorkshire and working on the police force in Bradford.  Before joining up John worked in the Cardiff Theatre Cinema.  He enlisted in August 1914. He served with the Mediterranean  Expeditionary Force  at Dardanelles from 4 July to 12 Aug 1915 when he was killed in action aged 18.    He is buried at the 7th Field Ambulance Cemetery in Gallipoli, Turkey (grave ref: IV. A. 3.).  He is also remembered on the Splott War Memorial at St Saviour’s church.  Commonwealth War Graves Commission record. His brother Maurice Arthur Fox was also killed in WWI.

 

MAURICE ARTHUR FOX

Private, 1st Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers  (Service Number 4634)

Maurice A Fox - Copy

Maurice Arthur Fox was born in Bradford on 6 Jan 1894 to Arthur Fox, a police constable, originally from Pontefract, and Ada Sarah Fox nee Devine, originally from Llansamlet, Swansea. In 1901 the Fox family are living in Swansea. In 1906 Maurice and his two brothers were in school in Tenby.  By 1911 Ada and her three sons were living in Dowlais Cottages, 27 Layard Street, Splott and Arthur was back to Yorkshire and working on the police force in Bradford.  Before joining up Maurice worked as a dock labourer.  He signed up on 23 Mar 1912. He was mobilised on 5 Aug 1914,  went to France on 4 Oct 1914 and was killed in action on 20 Oct 1914 at Ypres, Belgium aged 20. He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) memorial (panel 22).  Commonwealth War Graves Commission record. His brother John Edward Fox was also killed in WWI.

 

P FOOKS

J E FREDERICK

F GARLICK

G GARN

W J GEDRYCH

J E GLOVER

T A GOUGH

D J GWYNN

W D GOULD

J F GWYNNE

F GRISTOCK

W GODWIN

A GRAHAM

R GRIST

W H GARDINER

T E HAWKINS

S HAM

F HORNE

J HARDING

T HARRIES

 

THOMAS STEWART HAWKINS

Lance-Corporal, 1st Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers  (Service Number 10087)

Thomas Stewart Hawkins picture

Thomas Stewart Hawkins was born in Grangetown, Cardiff in 1890 to George Stewart Hawkins, a mariner / rent collector from Cardiff and Mary Jane Hawkins nee Adams from Barry.  In his younger days Thomas Hawkins had played football for Court Road School when they won the Cardiff Schools football shield. Before joining the army he was a collier.   The Hawkins family lived at 59, Wimborne Street, Splott.  Thomas Hawkins joined the army in 1908. When WWI broke out he had been in India for three years with the army.  He returned to Europe, initially to Malta then Southampton, proceeding to the front almost directly.  He had been there two months when he was killed in action on 21 Oct 1914, aged 24.  He is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) memorial in Belgium.  He is also remembered on the Splott War Memorialat St Saviour’s church.  Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

J F HURDIN

 

JAMES JOHN HEGARTY

Private, 8th Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry (Service Number 16086)

James John Hagerty

James John Hegarty was born in 1880 to William Daniel Hegarty, a railway wagon repairer from Cadoxton and Mary Ann Hegarty née Norman from Cardiff.  in 1901 the Hegarty family lived at 21 Ruby Street.  James Hegarty was a dock labourer and in 1904 married Amelia Rose Thomas and they had five children together.  James was one of six Hegarty brothers to serve in WWI and the only one to lose his life.  His father William remarkably also enlisted in 1914 at the age of 58 although the age on his military records is given as 45.  James served in the Somerset Light Infantry but lost his life on the first day of the battle of the Somme on 1st July 1916, aged 36.  He is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial (Pier and Face 2 A) in France.  He is also remembered on the war memorial outside St Saviour’s church in Splott, Cardiff.  Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

D HEIRENE

J T HILTON

A HULL

R HODGSON

S J HOLLAND

J HOLLINGSWORTH

L HUGH

W HOPKINS

 

H L HUGHES

J J HURFORD

W HULL

W HUBBARDE

G T HARRIS

F P HARDING

FREDERICK JOHN HOLBROOK

Private, 2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment (Service Number 30649)

Fred Holbrook

Fred Holbrook was born in Splott on 5 May 1898 and baptised at St Saviour’s church on June 13th.  His mother was Ellen Holbrook née Streat, originally from Ottery St Mary, Devon and his father, Henry Thomas Holbrook, originally from Chard, Somerset and a bricklayer who died as the result of an industrial accident at the East Moors Ironworks in 1907.  In 1911 widowed Ellen and her children lived at 67 Llanelly Street, Splott.  Fred attended Moorland Road school and then worked as a bricklayer at the Dowlais works prior to joining up in February 1915.  He was posted to France on 12 May 1915 and therefore probably underage when he joined up. He was wounded on  16 July 1916 and the date suggests that his wounds were received in operations connected with the Battle of Bazentin Ridge.  Fred Holbrook died on 27 July 1916 aged 18.  He is buried in the Heilly Station Cemetery.  Three Casualty Clearing Stations (hospitals) were based around what is now the cemetery when the Battle of the Somme started, and it was linked by railway almost to the front lines.  More of Fred’s story is told in this well-researched piece. Fred Holbrook is remembered on the Splott War Memorial in front of St Saviour’s church and the Guest, Keen  & Nettlefolds memorial.  Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

G F HARRIS

H HANKINS

E W HAWKINS

A HOLLEY

H HARDWARE

G ISGAR

A P IRWIN

W JAMES

A JAMES

E H JAMES

R H JAMES

H JENNINGS

H JONES

J H JEREMY

D JOHN

 

MILLARD FILLMORE JONES

Millard Fillmore Jones&William Selwyn seated

Millard Fillmore Jones (standing) and his brother William

Private, 3rd Battalion, Welsh Regiment (Service Number 19014)

Millard Fillmore ‘Phil’ Jones was born on 20th June 1892 in Cardiff to William Jones, a ship’s donkeyman (engineer) and Maria Jones, née James, originally from Merthyr.  In his early years he lived at 34 Pontypridd Street.  He was baptised at St Saviour’s on April 25th 1898 on the same day as his brother William and sister Gladys.  By 1911 the family are living at  74 Adeline Street, Splott and Phil is working as a coal haulier.  Later that year he is working as a porter on the railways. He served in the 3rd Welsh Regiment.  He died on 17th December 1916 aged 24. He is recorded in the Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.  He is buried at Cathays Cemetery (grave I 471). The grave records that he died at Kinmel Park which was a large military camp near Abergele, north Wales.  Records show that he died of a brain hemorrhage. He may have been transferred there after being injured elsewhere.  The grave also records he was part of the B.E.F. The British Expeditionary Force fought on the Western Front in France in WWI.  The family have pieced together the history

 

W H JONES

 

 

PANEL 3

 

T H JONES

B JONES

C JERMYN

H JONES

M L A JAMES

A C JAMES

E H KNIGHT

N KEHOE

J LUMLEY

D J LAKE

A E LEWIS

I H LEWIS

W J LLOYD

J E LUMLEY

W D LEWIS

T H LANE

W J LANE

F C LOCK

G LEWIS

D LLOYD

R A LATHAM

D J LUKER

J J LAKE

 

LEWIS PELEGRNA MAZZEI

Private, 1st Battalion, South Wales Borderers (Service Number 8673)

Louis Mazzei

Lewis ‘Louis’ Pelegrena Mazzei was born on 10 Mar 1884 on Sandon Place to Frederick Mazzei, a plasterer, originally from Holborn, London and Elizabeth Mazzei nee Hamilton, originally from Bristol. He was baptised on 2 Apr 1884 at St David’s church.  By 1901 his parents had passed away and he was living with his sister and brothers in 41 Nora Street giving his profession as a general labourer.  In the 1911 census he is already in the army with the South Wales Borderers and serving in South Africa. It appears from one record that he may have enlisted as early as Feb 1905. He returns to Europe and goes to the Western Front and was killed in action early in WWI on 21 Oct 1914 aged 30 at Langemark in the First Battle of Ypres.  He is remembered on the Ypres (Menin Gate) memorial (panel 22). He is also remembered on the Splott War memorial at St Saviour’s church. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record. His brother Alfred Mazzei is also killed in WWI.

 

J McCONNELL

J H McKERGO

W G MARKS

 

ALFRED MICHAEL MAZZEI

Private, 6th Battalion, South Wales Borderers (Service Number 17042)

Alfred Michael Mazzei photo and grave

Alfred Michael Mazzei was born on 26 Dec 1892 on Nora Street to Frederick Mazzei, a plasterer, originally from Holborn, London and Elizabeth Mazzei nee Hamilton, originally from Bristol.  By 1911 his parents had passed away and he was living as a border in Nora Street giving his profession as a collier. He later lived with his sister 67 Constellation Street. He served with the South Wales Borderers and died on the morning of 27 May 1917 aged 24 when he was shot in the head on the western front in Belgium. The letter from his commanding office to next of kin said  ‘Alfred was universally popular both with officers and men a sportsman a fine boxer and clean minded, his loss is one that leaves a gap in the Battalion’. He is buried at the Nieuwkerke (Neuve-Eglise) Churchyard in Belgium not far from the French border (grave reference G.2). He is remembered in the Splott War memorial at St Saviour’s church. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record. His brother Lewis also served and was killed in WWI and his brother William served with the 2nd Welsh Regiment and lost a leg.

 

S E MATHIAS

A MORGAN

R E MILMAN

J MISSON

P MIDDLETON

C MORGAN

J MORGAN

H J MORGAN

G MORGAN

P MORGAN

E C MORGAN

W MORGAN

D MULLANE

F MURPHY

W H MURRAY

A E MILLETT

A MUSGRAVE

A McGILLIVRAY

A McGILLIVRAY

 

E G MAT THEWS

W H E MORGAN

A MORGAN

S MATTHEWS

H J MERRETT

A NEURDEN

E B NOALL

E NOTLEY

A NORRIS

E NICHOLLS

S G OATES

C O’BRIEN

J O’BRIEN

J O’CONNELL

I OWEN

F PINKARD

E PERKINS

W PINKARD

W A PETERS

A PALMER

W R PANTING

E J PRANKERD

W PARSONS

T POWDITCH

 

PANEL 4

 

H PLEASS

R V PLUM

A PLEASS

E POUND

F A POOLE

O J POOLE

H J PORTER

W C PRICE

C POUND

E PRINGLE

G F READING

W A PERRY

A REES

J ROCKEY

E C RICHARDS

J C RICKETTS

W REED

R R RIXON

C ROBINSON

W P ROSE

F SPILLER

R P SALISBURY

L V SAUNDERS

T R SAUNDERS

 

A STRONGMAN

T R SELBY

C SHROUDER

E J SIMS

J SPEAR

E SMITH

R SMITH

S G SMITH

W T STEPHENSON

H STEVENS

S J SUMMERS

G H SUCKLES

G STEVENS

J STEVENS

A TOMKINS

 

DAVID JOHN THOMAS

Private, 13th Battalion, The King’s (Liverpool Regiment). (Service Number 20656)

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David John Thomas was born on 11 May 1875 in Upper George Street, Cathays (later renamed Wyeverne Road). His parents were Frederick George Thomas, a shoemaker,  originally from Taunton, Somerset, and Emily Thomas nee Gainey, from Cardiff.  He was baptised in St John’s church on 16 Jun 1875. He married Jane Barnes, originally from Llanelli, on 17 May 1896 at St Paul’s church, Grangetown. They went on to have eight children. David worked at the Bute Spring Works. The family lived initially in Janet Street and later at 29 Ordell Street. He enlisted in Cardiff on 22 Sep 1914 aged 34 and after training embarked for France on 26 Sep 1915. He served in The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) and was killed in action at the Battle of Somme, Bazentin Ridge, France on 14 Jul 1916 aged 36. The sergeant of his platoon wrote to Jane Thomas saying ‘your husband was a good worker and whenever there was anything to be done he was always the first to be there…He used to look after the boys of his platoon just like a father looks after his children’. He has no known grave but is remembered on the Thiepval Memorial at Somme, France (Pier and Face 1 D 8 B and 8 C). He is also remembered on the Splott War Memorial at St Saviour’s church. Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

W J TERRY

H E H THOMAS

W THOMAS

G TABBENER

J TIPPLES

E J TOOP

R C THOMAS

H THOMAS

 

A S THOMAS

J TIPPLES

J E TIPPLES

J THOMAS

W THORNE

A J THORNE

W UPHAM

W VAILE

W J VERNON

C VICKERY

W S WILSON

C WASON

J WADE

D J WALTERS

W W WANNELL

G J WARREN

F WAYTE

G WHITE

G WHITEHEAD

W WILLIAMS

W WILLIAMS

D H WILSON

F WOOD

J XUERUB


 

 

Inside the church of St Savour’s there are also a number of memorial plaques:

St Saviour's WWII plaque

In Honoured memory of those from this Parish who gave their

Lives for Humanity in the Second World War.

George Davies

Herbert J Davies

Seabourne Hall

Jack Harris

Joseph Holley

Sister L Ethel Hughes

Arthur E Moore

W Morne Myers

HAROLD STEWART NEEVE

Flight Sergeant (Pilot),   37 Squadron, Royal Air Force (Service Number 626638)

Harold Stewart NeeveHarold Stewart Neeve was born in 1921 to Alfred Harold Neeve, originally from Denmark, a seaman then a warehouseman, and Annie Mary Neeve nee Stewart from Cardiff of Scottish decent.  Harold was their only child and was educated at Moorland Road school, Clarke’s College and then Cardiff Technical College. The Neeve family lived at 15 Aberdovey Street, Splott. He joined the 37th Squadron of the RAF and was already a skipper in Jan 1943 but died on 30 Sep 1943 aged 22 when piloting Wellington III HF614. He is buried at the Medjez-el-Bab cemetery in Tunisia (grave ref: 7.F.9) having been reinterred in Aug 1944.  He is remembered on the WWII memorial plaque in St Saviour’s Church, Splott (note surname misspelt).  Commonwealth War Graves Commission record.

 

William Probert

Fred Saunders

John T Shellam

Leonard Vincent

Frederick C Williams

Their name liveth for evermore

 


 

In Memory of

Guardsman Colin Parsons

1st Battalion Welsh Guards

Killed in action in the Falklands

8th June 1982

Aged 18 years

Beloved son of Gill and Ken

Brother of Tracey and Antony


 

In loving memory of
Guardsman Nigel Arthur Roweberry
1st Battalion Welsh Guards
Killed in action in the Falklands
8th June 1982
Aged 20 Years
Beloved husband of Maria
Darling Daddy of Nigella
Beloved son of Pam & Fred
Beloved stepson of Trish & Eddie
Brother of Mark, Jill & Becky