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PostPosted: Sat Aug 02, 2014 4:40 am    Post subject: Preserving the Memory  Reply with quote

Remembrance of a few men and women who served their country oversees, some in South Africa and others in both The Great War and Second World War. Some civilians with local connections may also be named.

Information is for family descendants and for educational use only.
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ABBOTT. GEORGE WILFRID - Private - 2506 - 1st Welsh Guards - born Abertillery June 1893, (Bedwelty 11a 73) - son of the late Edwin Abbott and Emily Margaret Abbott of 64 Cottrell Road, Roath, Cardiff - died 25th September 1916 at The Somme - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France, - reference Pier and Face 7D.

ACE. DAVID J - 74 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

ACKRILL. WILLIAM MILBURN - Private - 6631 - 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers - born Malvern, Worcestershire and son of George and Esther Ackrill - formerly worked for the Great Western Railway at Aberbeeg - died 7th July 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference,  - Panel 33 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - commemorated on the Great Western Railway Station Memorial, Chester.

ADAMS. BERT - Driver - 161425 - Royal Engineers - 7 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ADAMS. ERNEST - 34 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ADAMS. FREDERICK K - 41 Portland Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ADAMS. GWYN – Lance Corporal – 3906607 – 1st South Wales Borderers – 8 Smith Road, Abertillery – 1930 absent voters.

ADAMS. ISLWYN K - “Gwentland House”, Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ADAMS. IVOR - Gunner - 229789 - Royal Field Artillery - 7 Somerset Street, Abertillery, 1918 absent voters, - 14 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, 1919 absent voters.

ADAMS. J G - Private 7707 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

ADAMS. JAMES H - 60 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ADAMS. JOHN - Private - 39456 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - 30 Cromwell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ADAMS. JOHN HENRY - Private - 58709 - 3rd South Lancashire Regiment - 8 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ADAMS. JOSEPH V - 5 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ADAMS. LESLIE - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

ADAMS. NORMAN - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

ADAMS. NORA - Women's Auxillary Air Force, - 8 Smith Road, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 18th January 1946.

ADAMS. OWEN - Private - 72916 - 16th Royal Welsh Fusilliers - 4 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ADAMS. PHYLLIS, D - 13 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1945 absent voters.

ADAMS. TOM - Private - 33076 - 2nd Entrench Battery - 4 Adam Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

ADAMS. WYNDHAM - Private - 47005 - 17th Welsh Regiment - 4 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ADDIS. WILLIAM JOHN - Driver - 214261 - 62nd Reserve Battery, Royal Field Artillery, - 68 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ADNEY. GEORGE HENRY (MC) - Lieutenant - 5501 - Tank Corps - born Blaina, Monmouthshire, - son of John and Emma Adney of 94 Blackburn Road, Darwen Lancashire, - died 2nd September 1918 - age 21 - buried Vaux Hill Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - II. C. 16. - honoured on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial.

AKEHURST. JOHN - Petty Officer - Royal Navy - 44 Portland Street, Abertillery, - survived the sinking of the destroyer HMS “Grenville”- report South Wales Argus dated 26th January 1940.

ALDRIDGE. J - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

ALDRIDGE. WILLIAM J - 3 Blythe Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ALEXANDER. GILBERT, 79 Queen Street, Abertillery.
Citation London Gazette 03 September 1919.

ALEXANDER. RAYMOND GEORGE - Sergeant - 1607283 - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of William and Mary Alexander, husband of Joan Nora Alexander of Egham, Surrey died 31st August 1944 - age 27 - buried at St. Helen's Churchyard, Thorney, Nottinghamshire - memorial reference, - Collective Grave 547 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery.

ALEXANDER. WYNN - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery

ALLAWAY. FREDERICK JOHN - Private - 34188 - 9th Battalion Cheshire Regiment - born Gloucester and son of William Allaway - died 20th September 1917 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 61-63 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

ALLAWAY. JESSIE R - 16 Woodland Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ALLEN. ERNEST - Private - 25115 - 1st Gloucesters’ - Escot House, Warm Turn, - 1918 absent voters.

ALLEN. JAMES RICHARD - Private - 31123 - 7th Gloucestershire Regiment - 7 Fieldings Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ALLEN. LEWIS JOHN - Private - 10120 - 6th Cavalry - 1 Antwerp Place, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ALLEN. STANLEY - Private - 1498 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Llanhilleth, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of 90 King Street, Cwm, Ebbw Vale, - husband of Mrs. R. Green (formerly Allen) of 2, Angel Square, Ebbw Vale - died 11th May 1915  - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunlwyd Districts Book of Remembrance - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’

ALLEN. TOM REGINALD - Lance Corporal - 21767 - 15th Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusilliers, - son of Sir Thomas and Lady Allen of “Hillside” Edward VII Avenue, Newport, Monmouthshire, - died 06th May 1917 - age 24 - buried Essex Farm Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference - III. F. 4. - honoured on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial.

ALLEN. WILFRED JAMES - Crew - M/14463 - HMS “Vivid”- 1 Antwerp Place, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ALLEN. WILLIAM C - 10 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ALLFORD. CYRIL J - 9 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

AMBREY. MELVIN R - 39 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ANDERSON. JOHN - Private - 58576 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 27 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.
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ANDREWS. GEORGE ERNEST - Sergeant - 18656 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 87 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ANDREWS. HUBERT E - 19 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ANDREWS. LLEWELLYN (MM) - Private - 53727 - 9th Welsh Division - previously 1814 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 5 Upper Arael Street, Six Bells, - citation London Gazette dated 02 June 1916, issue 29608, page 5587 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery - honoured in the Other Ranks Nominal Roll published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04 August 1916 - funeral report South Wales Gazette 29 December 1950.

ANDREWS. JOHN - 5 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ANDREWS. JOHN - 2nd Lieutenant - South Wales Borderers - Mount Pleasant Farm, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

ANDREWS. SAMUEL - Private - 15440 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - resident of 9 Garn Terrace, Waunlwyd - died 29th August 1915   - buried at Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt - memorial reference, - H 139 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery- commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunlwyd Districts Book of Remembrance - commemorated on the St. John’s Church Memorial, Griffin Street, Six Bells, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22 December 1916.

ANDREWS. STANLEY - Private - 267587 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 3 Ashfield Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ANDREWS. WILFRED - Rifleman - 4078073 - 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade - 26 High Street, Llanhilleth, - died 25th October 1944 - age 26 - buried at Johannesburg (West Park) Cemetery, Gauteng, South Africa - memorial reference,  - Military Section Grave 261 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

ANDREWS. WILLIAM EDWIN, - Private - 8808 - Northumberland Fusiliers - son of William Andrews of 59 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - died 16th June 1915 - commemorated Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium. Panels 8 and 12.

ANGEL. JACK - Private - 32207 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 13 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ANGEL. LEWIS - Driver - 19707 - Royal Field Artillery - 13 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ANGEL. WILLIAM - Bombardier - 891129 - Royal Field Artillery - 13 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ANGER. ALBERT EDWARD - Private - 9223 - 2nd Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment - died 5th August 1916 - buried at Bethune Town Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - V G 92 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

ANGER. JAMES - Private - 14500 - H Company, Royal Field Artillery - 30 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1919 absent voters list.

ANGER. THOMAS HENRY. - Sergeant - 6201 - 8th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment - husband of Adelaide Isabel Louise Davies (formerly Anger) of 63 Park View, Abercwmboi, Aberdare, Glamorganshire - died 3rd July 1916 - age 35  - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 5A and 5B - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

ANNETT. MARGARET M - 32 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ANNETTS. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 260001 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 1496 Monmouthshire Regiment - Arael School House, Warm Turn - listed as wounded South Wales Gazette dated 25th August 1916.

ANSELL. WILLIAM CHARLES - Stoker - “Pembroke II” - 21 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ANSLOW. EMANUEL - Private - 60077 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 14 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ANSLOW. JOHN - Private - 304197 - 3rd Manchester Regiment - 14 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

APPLEBY. WILLIAM JAMES - Gunner - 181486 - 59th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, - 32 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ARCHER. DONALD F W - 9 Gelli Crug Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ARCHER. FREDERICK WILLIAM - Private - 69481 - Royal Welsh Fusilieers - 22 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ARNDELL. EDMOND - Private - 371210 - 38th Mechanical Transport, Army Service Corps - 37 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ARNDELL. NORMAN - 8 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

ARNOLD. ARCHER FREDERICK - Private - 58715 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 9 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ARNOLD. GEORGE FREDERICK - Private - 58776 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 63 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ARNOLD. GEORGE VICTOR - Mariner - Ply/22304 - Royal Marines - 26 Griffin Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1928 absent voters.

ARNOLD. THOMAS - 39 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ARTHUR. THOMAS - Sergeant - 14599 - 8th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Linton, Builth, Breconshire, - lodging Glandwr, Aberbeeg and son of John and Mary Arthur of Rhayader, Radnorshire, husband of Minnie Arthur of Silverton, 7 Pentonville, Newport - died 9th May 1917 in Salonika - age 38 - buried at Karasouli Military Cemetery, Greece - memorial reference, - E 1061 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Crumlin Memorial, Mining School Hill, Crumlin - commemorated on the Newport Athletic Club Memorial Gates, Rodney Parade, Newport.

ASH. REGINALD MANNING. - Private - 51428 - 14th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers - 3 Antwerp Place, Abertillery, - son of Sidney. Mortimer and Elizabeth Ash of Golden Grove, Oak Street, Abertillery, - died 10th August 1918 - age 19  - buried at Bouchoir New British Cemetery, Somme, France - memorial reference, - III B 36 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

ASH. ROBERT - Gunner - 195128 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 3 Antwerp Place, Abertillery, - listed in the 1918 absent voters.

ASHLEY. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 302190 - Tank Corps - Royal Oak, High Street, Abertillery, also listed 14 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

ASHMAN. CLIFFORD HERBERT STANLEY - 26 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1938 absent voters.

ASHMAN. THOMAS TUDOR - Lance Corporal - 35035 - 10th Welsh Regiment - born Cwmtillery, June 1897 (Bedwelty 11a 86) - son of Thomas and Martha Ashman of 30 Francis Street, Rhydyfelan, Pontypridd, Glamorgan, - died 02nd August 1917 - age 20 - commemorated Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - reference Panel 37.

ASHTON. ROY - 22 East Side, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ASSENDER. JAMES - Private - 123446 - Royal Air Force - 27 Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - listed on the 1918 absent voters.

ASSIRATTI. JOSEPH - 2 Rock Cottages, Blaenau Gwent, - 1945 absent voters.

ATKINS. ALFRED J - 33 Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ATKINS. ARTHUR - Gunner - 54138 - 22nd Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery - 3 Bryn Terrace, Cwmtilllery, - 1918 absent voters.

ATKINS. EDGAR - Private - 4714 - Welsh Guards - 102 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ATKINS. ERNEST DAVID - Private - 4679 - Welsh Guards - 102 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ATKINS. LESLIE F - 6 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ATKINS. LESLIE FREDERICK - Driver - 14386873 - Royal Armoured Corps and 1st Northamptonshire Yeomanry - born Cwmtillery, Monmouthshire, 19th September 1921 - husband of Mavis Everley, - enlisted 17th December 1942 - driver of Sherman tanks “California” and “New Jersey” (1944/45) - died 12th July 2005 - buried at Brynithel New Cemetery.

ATKINS. ROLAND D - 45 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ATTWELL. ALBERT MELVILLE (POW) - Rifleman - 4077349 - Gloucestershire Regiment - 8 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - Pow 17009, Stalag 344, Lamsdorf, (Lambinowice), Poland - repatriated 1945.

ATTWOOD. ALFRED JOHN - Private - 58513 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 63 Oak Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

ATTWOOD. GEORGE - 16 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

AUSTIN. JACK -  served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

AUSTIN. MORGAN SAMUEL - Rifleman - 5521 - 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade - died 14th January 1915 - buried at Fauquissart Military Cemetery, La Ventie, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - E 9 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina.

AVEN.THOMAS JOHN (DCM) - Sergeant - 62627 - B 51st Rifle Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 5 Walter Street, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - citation in the London Gazette dated 03rd September 1918.

AVERY. J - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery also commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

AVERY. WILLIAM HENRY - Rifleman - 227735 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 3101 Monmouthshire Regiment - born Cardiff and residing 30 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, Monmouthshire, - died 05 June 1917 - commemorated at La Clytte Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference 1 E 28.

AXFORD. ROBERT - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

AXFORD. LIONEL G - 49 Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

AYLAND. JAMES HAROLD - Private - 36325 - 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment - died 25th May 1915 - buried at Aeroplane Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - II B 48 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

AYLESBURY. CHARLES JAMES - Private - 235035 - 2nd/5th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment - son of Mrs W Aylesbury of 29 Alma Street, Abertillery, - died 6th September 1917 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 23 to 28 and 163 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

AYRES. JOHN - 23 Coronation Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.
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BABER. ARTHUR SIDNEY - Civilian - resident of 36 Fourth Avenue, Northville, Filton, Bristol, Gloucestershire, son of Albert and Maud Baber of 57 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth - died 25th September 1940 at Bristol Aeroplane Works, Filton, Bristol, Gloucestershire - age 24 - commemorated in the Rural District of Sodbury Section of the Civilian War Dead Register - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

BADHAM. ALFRED - Gunner - 62634 - B Battery 86th Brigade Royal Field Artillery - 88 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - died 22nd August 1917 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 4 to 6 and 162 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 05th October 1917.

BADMAN. PHILIP J - 15 East Side, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BAGHURST. HAROLD, S - 88 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BAGHURST. WILLIAM, H - 88 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BAGHURST. WYNDHAM - 88 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BAILEY. GEORGE - Private - 12519 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 91 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BAILEY. WALTER - Private - 2139 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - formerley worked in the furnishing department at the Co Operative, Abertillery, - honoured in the Other Ranks Nominal Roll published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 12th May 1916.

BAINTON.HOWARD - RAF - son of the late Gilbert Bainton and Mrs L. Penfold of Castle Street, Abertillery - husband to Mary Morgan - killed in a car crash 1955 - age 26 - article South Wales Gazette dated 30 September 1955 - funeral report South Wales Gazette 07 October 1955.

BAKER. ALBERT - Private - 33074 - South Wales Borderers - 41 Carlyle Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

BAKER. ALBERT - 57 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BAKER. ALFRED - Private - 11814 - South Wales Borderers - 8 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.
BAKER. ALFRED - Private - 11814 - Wireless - Royal Engineers - 2 Harcourt Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BAKER. EDWIN ARTHUR - Lance Corporal - 267591 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 10 Graig View, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BAKER. ELI, V - 13 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

BAKER. FREDERICK SAMUEL - Private - 267596 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - brother of Mrs J Webber of Nantycraig, East Side, Cwmtillery and former miner at Cwmtillery Colliery, - died 05th September 1917 - commemorated Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference 1V D 62 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 21 September 1917.

BAKER. JOSEPH - Private - 487671 - Labour Company - 55 Arael Street, Six Bells, - funeral report South Wales Gazette 08 March 1935.

BAKER. LEONARD - Private - 21127 - 115 Infantry, South Wales Borderers - 4 Harcourt Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BAKER. PERCY - Private - 27195 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - 4 Harcourt Terrace, Abertillery - died 8th September 1916 at The Somme - buried at Delville Wood Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France - memorial reference, - XXX M 6 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BAKER. PHILIP - Gunner - 19907 - Royal Field Artillery - “Rosendale House”, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BAKER. REGINALD - Private - 90450 - 11th Battery Machine Gun Corps - born Llanhilleth - son of Mrs. S. Baker of Rockfield House, Cadoxton Terrace, Cadoxton, Neath - died 21st March 1918 - buried at Houchin British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - I G 16 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmen's Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

BAKER. THOMAS, J - 18 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

BALDWIN. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 331773 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 8 Hill Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BALE. HAROLD WALTER - Craftsman - 7617572 - Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers - 170 Richmond Road, Six Bells, husband to Mabel Ruby Bale and son of Albert and Emma Bale of Abertillery, died 2nd October 1942 - age 40 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery - memorial reference, - Block 2 Section A Grave 2316, - funeral report in the South Wales Gazette dated 16th October1942.

BALL. CHARLES BRYAN - Corporal  - 9747 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - resident of Llanhilleth - died Gallipoli 26th April 1915 - previously served at Tsing-Tan - commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey - memorial reference - Panel 80-84 and 219-220 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Bedwellty Park, Tredegar - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 09th July 1916.

BALL. GEORGE R - 14 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

BALL. WILLIAM - Private - 378342 - Mechanical Transport - 1 Pretoria Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BALL. WILLIAM BAINTON - Private - 378342 - Mechanical Transport - 1 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BALL. WILLIAM HENRY - Sergeant 822138 - 118 H Anti Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery - son of William Henry and Caroline Ball of Abertillery - formerly worked at the Arael Griffin pit - died 16th December 1944 - age 30 - buried at Schoonselhof Cemetery, Antwerp, Belgium - memorial reference, - V D 74 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - named South Wales Gazette 05 January 1945.

BANKS. ALBERT J - 69 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BANKS. ARTHUR JOHN - Private - 69863 - R A M C - 10 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BANKS. CLIFFORD (DSM) - Yeoman of Signals - DJX/133560 - Signal Station, Malta - son of Mr. W T Banks, 1 Zion Cooages, Cwmtillery, - citation in the London Gazette, dated 06th October 1942, issue 35733, page 4351 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th January 1943.

BANKS. GEORGE HENRY - 35 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1938 & 1945 absent voters.

BANKS. THOMAS JOHN - Private - 324725 - (MT) Army Service Corps - 12 Under Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BANKS. VICTOR - Trooper - 7919614 - 14/20th King's Hussars, Royal Armoured Corps - son of William Thomas Banks and Blanche Banks, - husband of Evelyn May Banks of Droxford, Hampshire - formerly worked for The China Tea Company - died 17th April 1945 - age 30 - buried at Faenza War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference, - VII G 7 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, commemorated St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery.

BARGERY. ARTHUR - HMS “ Larne” - Royal Navy - 105 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BARNES. JAMES EDWARD - Private - 290620 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 113 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BARNES. OSWALD G, - 63 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

BARNES. WILLIAM - Private - 20889 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 47 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BARNES. WILLIAM - Corporal - 47533 - Royal Defence Corps - 77 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BARNETT. HENRY GEORGE (BEM) - Petty Officer/Cook - D/Mx 50792 - Morgan Street, Abertillery, - article South Wales Gazette 01 June 1956.

BARNETT. JAMES - Drummer - 23209 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Coleford, Gloucestershire, resident of 2 Hill Street, Penybont, Abertillery, and previously worked at Cwmtillery Colliery, - died 21st August 1916 at home of wounds received on the Somme - buried at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Chapelyard, Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent - memorial reference - 40 36 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael's Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - military funeral report in the South Wales Gazette dated 08 September 1916.

BARNETT. WILLIAM - 588299 - 571 Labour Corps - 54 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BARRELL. LEONARD - Signalman - 4508 - Royal Navy - 49 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BARRELL. VINCENT - Private - 237021 - Herefordshire Regiment - 49 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - born in Pontrilas, Herefordshire, enlisted at Abertillery; - son of Mr.and Mrs. George Barrell of Old House Farm, Pontrilas, Herefordshire - died 19th July 1918 - age 21  - buried at Sandpits British Cemetery, Fouquerevil, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - IV B 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BARRETT. WILLIAM - Ordinary Seaman - WL/5110 - Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve - “Victory VI” - 25 Evelyn Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

BARRETT. WILLIAM FRANCIS - Private - 58746 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 35 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, served  1914 - 1918.

BARRINGTON. ALAN, S - 67 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BARRY. JAMES - Private - 189388 - Mechanical Transport - 19 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BARRY. THOMAS - Private - 50404 - 8th Welsh Regiment - 34 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BARTER. ARTHUR BODENHAM - Driver - 195299 - Signal Service, Royal Engineers - 5 Melbourne Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BARTLETT. CHAUNCEY (MM) - Gunner - 38911 - Machine Gun Corps - 6 High Street, Llanhilleth - citation in the London Gazette dated 02nd August 1918, issue 30830, page 9233, - 1918 absent voters.

BARTLETT. GEORGE HENRY - Signalman - WL 3344 - HMS “Tamer” - 11 Brynawel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BARTLETT. RALPH SPILLING - S/Smith - 740914 - Royal Field Artillery - 6 High Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BARTLETT. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 58678 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 11 Roberts Row, Cwmtillery. – 1918 absent voters.

BASSETT. JOHN THOMAS - Leading Seaman - 203189 - HMS “E5” - 24 Penybont Road, Abertillery, - son of Mrs. Ellen Bassett of 60 Victor Street, Walsall and husband to Florence May Bassett of 300 Green Lane Walsall, - formerly worked at Cwmtillery South Colliery - died 11 March 1916 - age 30 - commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial - Reference Panel 11 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 28th January 1916.

BATCHELOR. FRANK – Able Seaman – D/J 113250 – Royal Navy – 14 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - listed on the 1930 absent voters.

BATEMAN. JOHN (JACK) SANDERS - Private - 14219551 - 1st Battalion The Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey) - son of Edgar and Muriel Joyce Bateman of New Southgate, Middlesex - died 11th May 1944 - age 20 - commemorated on the Rangoon Memorial, Myanmar - memorial reference, - Face 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11th May 1945.

BATH. ALBERT, R - 9 Melbourne Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BATH. ALLAN - 25 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BATH. JOHN (JACK) - Private - 25821 - 6th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born and enlisted at Abertillery, - son of John and Margaret Bath and brother to Mrs Key of Duke Street, Abertillery, - died 9th April 1918 - age 33  - commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 5 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abergavenny and District Memorial, Town Hall, Cross Street, Abergavenny - commemorated on the Neville Hall Hospital Memorial Scroll, Hospital Chapel, Brecon Road, Abergavenny - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 03rd October 1918.

BATTEN. EDWIN - Private - 23045 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Panteg and enlisted at Abertillery, - son of Thomas Batten - died 6th August 1916 at Glasgow Western Infirmary of wounds received on the Somme - age 40 - buried at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Chapelyard, Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent - memorial reference, - 36 50 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BATTERBURY. JOHN CHARLES, - Sapper - 298 - Australian Engineers - residing 30 Evelyn Street, Abertillery - brother of Mrs.A Legge, 7 Newport Road, Bedwas, - born at Abertillery, - died 31st August 1918 - age 29 - buried at Hem Farm Military Cemetery, Hem-Monacu, Somme, France - grave reference 11.H.15

BAYLISS. STANLEY - 16 James Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

BAYNHAM. HOWARD - 81 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BAYNHAM. REGINALD - Pilot - RAF - son of William Baynham of 10 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, - educated at Arael and Abertillery Technical Schools and formerly worked at the Arael Griffin Mine - article South Wales Gazette dated 19 March 1943.

BAYNTON. ALBERT EDWARD - Rifleman - 6851893 - 2nd Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps - son of Albert Edward and Martha Baynton, husband of Elsie Doris Baynton of Welling, Kent - died 4th November 1942 - age 29 - commemorated on the Alamein Memorial, Egypt - memorial reference, - column 66 - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery.

BAYNTON. ALBERT J - 7 Forge Row, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters

BAYNTON. FRANCIS ROLAND - Sapper - 449949 - 174 Tunneling Co, Royal Engineers, - Green Meadow Cottages, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BAYNTON. GEORGE - 39 Granville Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BAYNTON. THOMAS - Private - 267595 - 1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Abergavenny; son of Thomas and Louise Jayne Baynton of Green Meadow, Upper Levels, Abertillery - died 12th April 1918 - age 21 - buried at Le Grand Beaumart British Cemetery, Steenwerck, Nord, France - memorial reference, - III A 10 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’

BAYTON. FRANK - Private - 58664 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - Dan Y Coed House, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BEACH. JAMES - Private - 21149 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 2 Hill Street, Penybont, - 1918 absent voters.

BEALE. ALFRED ERNEST - Private - 48642 - C Company 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 10 Princess Street, Abertillery, - son of Edward and Mary Beale of 56 Central Avenue, Potfield, Herefordshire - died 9th May 1918 - age 19 - commemorated on the Pozieres Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Panel 37 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 09 May 1919.

BEAMES. JOHN - 6 Brynawel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BEAMES. THOMAS - Driver - 80475 - Royal Field Artillery - 6 Brynawel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BEARCROFT. ALBERT - Private - 13072673 - Army Catering Corps - son of Thomas James and Catherine Bearcroft of 5 Kings Head Terrace, Abertillery - former secretary of Cwmtillery RFC - died 24th April 1943 - age 35 - buried at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Chapelyard, Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent - memorial reference, - Row 39 Grave 61 - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 07 May 1943.

BEARCROFT. ARTHUR G - 21 Penybont Terrace, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BEARCROFT. HAROLD D - 5 Kings Head Terrace, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BEARCROFT. THOMAS JAMES,  - Private - 142440 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 8 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

BEARD. CLEVELAND, T - Private - 4/51284 - 3rd Lancashire Fusiliers - 31 Railway Street, llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BEARD. EDWIN - 72 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters

BEARD. EDWIN PURLEY - Private - 33098 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery; enlisted at Abertillery, son of Isaac and Catherine Beard of 9 Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery - died 10th July 1916 at Mametz Wood - age 20 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 01 September 1916

BEARD. HOBRO - Sergeant - 11809 - 1517 Chinese Labour Corps - 9 Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BEARD. STANLEY - Private - 26594 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 31 Railway Street, llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BECK. JOHN JAMES - Private - 389273 - 819th Labour Company, - 111 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BECKETT. HARRY - Corporal - 4799480 - East Yorkshire Regiment - son of George and Florence Emily Beckett - husband to Mary Beckett of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 28th May 1940 - age 28 - buried De Panne Communal Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - grave reference - Plot 2 Row B Grave 11.

BEDDIN. RALPH SPENCER (MM) - Sergeant - 15668 - South Wales Borderers, previously 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - son of John and Emma Beddin of 45 Fairacres Road, Oxford, - resident of Portland Street and formerly worked at Moxleys of Church Street, Abertillery, - citation London Gazette dated 10th November 1916, issue 29819, page 10918 - killed 28th January 1917 - age 24 - commemorated Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France, - Pier and Face 4A - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 17 November 1916.

BEDDIS. JOSHUA - Private - 20174 - South Wales Borderers - 63 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

BEDDIS. THOMAS - Private - 58713 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 63 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - served 1914 – 1918.

BEDDIS. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 58175 - 13th Battalion Welsh Regiment - died 18th September 1918 - commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 7 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.
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BEDDOE. EVAN - Private - 582811 - 39th LC, South Wales Borderers, - 80 Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery - served 1914 - 1918.

BEDDOE. HERBERT - Private - 551684 - 62nd Labour Corps - 38 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BEDDOE. SIDNEY LLOYD - Private - 59991 - C Company, RB Mons - 38 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BEDDOE. TREVOR - Driver - 308 - 29th Divisional Ammunition Column, Royal Field Artillery - resident of Aberbeeg - wounded 24th December 1916.

BEDDOE. WILLIAM MORGAN - Private - 58737 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 56 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BEECH. ALFRED - Private - 290180 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - 23 Gaen Street, Abertillery, served 1914 - 1918.

BEECH. EDMUND JAMES - Private - 21501 - South Wales Borderers - 23 Gaen Street, Abertillery - served 1914 - 1918.

BEES. ALFRED - Private - 1505 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, - died 11th May 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’

BELCHER. JESSE - Private - 331124 - Royal Berkshire Regiment - 12 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BELL. CHARLES EDWARD - Lance Corporal - 11181 - 6th Border Regiment - born Abertillery, - son of R. Bell of 19 Derwent Road, Palmers Green, London, and husband to K. Bell of Eckington, Pershore, Worcestershire, - died at sea 10th August 1915 - commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Gallipoli, Turkey, - reference - Panel 119 to 125 or 222 to 223.

BELL. GERALD OWEN - Lance Corporal - 4121081 - 2nd Cheshire Regiment - 1 Darran Road, Abertillery - 1930 absent voters.

BELL. WILLIAM - Private - 346197 - 237th Employment Company - 5 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BENDALL. FRED - Private - 215796 - 449th Agricultural Company - 11 Neuadd Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BENNETT. CHARLES - Private - 299998 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 21 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BENNETT. DAVID JOHN - 39 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1938 absent voters list.

BENNETT. ERNEST - Private - 21771 - 11th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Cinderford, Gloucestershire, - husband of Annie Burgess (formerly Bennett) of 6 Fielding's Houses, Cwmtillery - died 7th July 1916 at Mametz Wood - age 38  - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BENNETT. GORDON - Lieutenant - 7249850 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - “Oakleigh”, Oak Street, Abertillery - former pupil of Abertillery Grammar School and son of Dr. Gordon Bennett - severley wounded at the Salient on 05 May 1915 and his graphic injuries listed in the Western Mail of 13th May 1915 - discharged 1916 - Silver War Badge Number 158147 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 18th June 1915.

BENNETT. GORDON WILLIAM - Able Seaman - DJX/ 131455 - HMS “Courageous” - born Abertillery and son of Mr. and Mrs. AC Bennett of 24 Hamilton Street, Pentrebach, Merthyr, - died 17th September 1939 - commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Plymouth, Devon, - reference - panel 33 column 2 - listed South Wales Gazette 29 October 1939.

BENNETT. HARRY - The Arcade, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BENNETT. HUGH - Private - 095455 - 17th Kings Liverpool Regiment - 80 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BENNETT. IVOR EDWARD - Private - 61370 - 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bennett of 24 Eastside, Cwmtillery, Abertillery - died 12th March 1918 - age 20 - buried at Dueville Communal Cemetery Extension, Italy - memorial reference, - Plot 2 Row C Grave 11 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 19 April 1918.

BENNETT. JAMES HENRY - Private - 86932 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 56 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BENNETT. MONTAGUE - 98 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BENNETT. THOMAS - Private - 259966 - 2nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, - 12 Hill Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BENNETT. WILLIAM - Sergeant - 51021 - Labour Company - 97 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BENNETT. WILLIAM JAMES - Gunner - 847659 - Royal Artillery - son of William John and Phoebe Bennett of Six Bells, Abertillery, Monmouthshire - died 04th March 1941 - age 25 - buried Keren War Cemetery, Eritrea - grave reference - I B 13

BERROW. DAVID R - 142 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

BERROW. FREDERICK J H - Sergeant - 290547 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 29 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

BERROW. LLEWELLYN MORRIS - Ordinary Seaman - J85799 - Royal Navy - HMS “Vivid” - 29 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

BERROW. RAYMOND - 174 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

BERRY. THOMAS - Gunner - 125 - Royal Field Artillery - 6 Upper Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BERT. GEORGE - Corporal - Somerset Light Infantry - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery also commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

BETTS. ALAN GROVES - Private - 4143 - 1st Welsh Guards - 16 James Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BETTS. ALEC (POW) - Private - 41377 - 2nd SWB - 20 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BETTS. ALFRED ALEXANDER - 3rd Monmouuthshie Regiment - 175 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - military funeral report South Wlaes Gazette 05 January 1938.

BETTS. FRED - Private - 199335 - 212 Company, Army Service Corps - 20 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BEVAN. ALBERT JAMES - Sergeant - 603594 - Labour Corps - previously 21122 - 10th South Wales Borderers - formerly 3 Royal Lane and then 43 Queen Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BEVAN. ARTHUR EDWIN - Private - 14138 - 8th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry - son of Philip and Francis Bevan - died 18th September 1918 in Salonika - age 34 - Commemorated Doiran Memorial, Greece.

BEVAN. CHARLES - Private - 17535 - 6th South Wales Borderers - 69 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BEVAN. CYRIL J (POW) - Sapper - 4078183 - Royal Enginners, - son of Thomas and Emily Bevan of 83 Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - Pow 9772, Stalag 344, Lamsdorf (Lambinowice), Poland, - repatriated 1945.

BEVAN. EDWIN - Private - 58665 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 29 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BEVAN. FRANK - Driver - 79025 - Royal Field Artillery, - 84 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BEVAN. HORACE - Gunner - 22904 - RFA - 31 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - formerly worked at Bevans butchers of Church Street, - treated for gas inhalation and pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 28 June 1918.

BEVAN. MARGARET - 93 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BEVAN. THOMAS - Corporal - 42186 - 23rd Welsh Regiment - 85 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BEVAN. WILLIAM - Private - 33303 - South Wales Borderers - 4 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BEVINGTON. CUTHBERT aka TOM (MC) - Second Lieutenant 3719 - 290890 - 15th Monmouthshire Regiment - 5 Palace Row, Cwmtillery, - worked in the surveyors department for Abertillery Urban District Council, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22nd November 1918.

BEVINGTON. THOMAS - Sergeant - 349849 - Scott Command Discharge Centre - 47 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BIBEY. ALICE - 85 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BIBEY. BENJAMIN - Private - 2359 - 1st Welsh Guards - 9 Jubilee Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BIBEY. THOMAS - Sergeant - 226701 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 4 Mount Pleasant Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BIGHAM. FREDERICK JAMES - Private - 285376 - 15th Welsh Regiment - 69 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BIGWOOD. WILFRED - Lance Corporal - 11422 - 1st South Wales Borderers - born Abertillery, Monmouthshire, and a resident of Brecon, - died 21st December 1916 - buried at Bazentin-Le-Petit Military Cemetery, Somme, France, - grave reference - F4.

BIRD. ARTHUR - Private - 13276 - 7th Dragoon Guards - 19 Bridge Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BIRD. GRANVILLE, J - 15 Bryn Terrace, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

BIRD. JEFFREY D - Gwern Berthi House, Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BIRD. KENNETH - 99 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BISBY. HENRY WILLIS - Lance Corporal - 25454 - 14th Worcesters’ - 56 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BISHOP. EDWARD  - Private - 33099 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Cardiff, Glamorganshire, - enlisted at Abertillery, - son of Rees and Ellen Bishop of 33 Granville Street, Abertillery - died 14th January 1916 - age 22 - buried at Royal Irish Rifles Graveyard, Laventie, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - III J I - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BISHOP. GEORGE HENRY - Private - 21064 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - enlisted Abertillery, - son of Harriet Bishop - entered the war 03 December 1915 - died 06 June 1916 - commemorated Rue du Bacquerot (13th London) Graveyard, Laventie, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference D 23.

BISHOP. HENRY - Private - 21472 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Beaufort, Ebbw Vale, enlisted at Abertillery, - originally of 6 Regent Place, Llanhilleth, - husband of Mrs.Clara Ellen Bishop of “Roxburgh”, Commercial Road, Llanhilleth - previously worked for Partridge and Jones of Llanhilleth, - entered the war France 03rd December 1915 - died 11th July 1916 at Mametz Wood - age 38 - buried at Dantzig Alley British Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France - memorial reference, - VIII B 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - obituary in The Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 25th August 1916.

BISHOP. HUBERT W - 43 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery - 1945 absent voters.

BISHOP. WILLIAM HENRY - Fireman - 146301 - Royal Air Force - 3 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BLACKER. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 182030 - 115 TRB - 12 Blenheim Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BLACKMORE. GEORGE - Driver - 740643 - Royal Field Artillery - 23 Under Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BLACKMORE. GORDON - 6 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BLACKWELL. HAROLD. - Corporal - 1354 - 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of H. and Sarah Ann Blackwell of Tregenna House 25 High Street, Abertillery - died 27th March 1915 - age 21 - buried at Lindenhoek Chalet Military Cemetery, Kemmel, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - II J I - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette date 25th June 1915.

BLACKWOOD. THOMAS ROBERT GORDON - Battalion Sergeant Major - 57294 - 133rd Royal Field Artillery - Gwrydd Farm, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BLAKE. RICHARD - Private - 266805 - 8th Welsh Regiment - Mount Pleasant Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BLAKE. THOMAS (POW) - Private - 290042 - South Wales Borderers - previously 407 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - 6 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - honoured in the Other Ranks Nominal Roll published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 25th June 1915 - listed as released South Wales Daily News dated November 29th 1918.

BLAKE. WILLIAM - Gunner - 740834 - B 37th Brigade, RFA - 49 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BLAKE. WILLIAM - Sapper - 112425 - Royal Engineers - 58 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BLANCHARD. CHRISTOPHER - 33 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BLANCHARD. STANLEY - Lance Corporal - 4075931 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - died 6th March 1945 at Alpon - age 30 - born in Monmouthshire, resident of 222 Marine Street, Cwm, Ebbw Vale - buried at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany - memorial reference - 53 D 12 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘The History of The South Wales Borderers and Monmouthshire Regiments 1937-1952 Volume III' - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’ - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunlwyd Districts Book of Remembrance, Gwent Family History Library, Newport Branch - commemorated in the Cwm memorial list published in “A Picture Book of Cwm” - commemorated on the 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment Memorial, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin

BLEWETT. THOMAS ARTHUR, - Assistant Cook - D/MX 45690 - Royal Navy - 23 Morley Road, Abertillery, - listed on the 1930 absent voters list - served 1939 - 1945.

BLEWETT. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 23544 - Welsh Regiment - 7 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BLOWER. ALBERT J - 5 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BLUNSDON. T K - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

BOARD. HENRY JAMES - Private - 20978 - 10th South Wales Borderers - later 244619 Labour Corps - eldest son of Mrs James Board of 28 Powell Street, Abertillery, - formerly worked at Cwmtillery Washery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 24th March 1916.

BOBBETT. RAYMOND - 40 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BOBBETT. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 60392 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 3 Virginia Cottages, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BODENHAM. ALBERT - Lieutenant - 41st Dogras - 9 Oak Street, Abertillery, - mentioned in dispatches and served Salonika - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 13 August 1915 & 07 September 1917.
BODENHAM. ALBERT - Lieutenant - 122111 - 5th (Home Defence) Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Monmouthshire, - resident of London, Middlesex, father of Barnard Keith who also gave his life for his country - died 4th April 1941 at home in a motor accident - commemorated on the Brookwood Memorial, Brookwood Military Cemetery, Pirbright, Surrey - memorial reference, - Panel 11 Column 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery, - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’

BODENHAM. BARNARD KEITH - Corporal - 3915225 - 6th South Wales Borderers - son of Albert (who died on active service on 04 April 1941) and Dorcas Bodenham (nee Lewis) - “Fernleigh”, Oak Street, Abertillery, - died 19 August 1945 - age 23 - commemorated at the Kirkee War Memorial, India, - grave reference 9 F 3 - 1945 absent voters.

BODLEY. GEORGE - Private - 23255 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 38 Oak Street, Abertillery, - enlisted at Winchester, Hampshire, - died 08th October 1918 - buried at Templeux-Le-Guerard British Cemetery, Somme, France - memorial reference, - I J 17 - commemorated on the Ebbw Vale Ex-Servicemen's Institute Memorial, Queens Square Hill, Ebbw Vale - commemorated on the Organ Memorial, Christchurch, Church Crescent, Ebbw Vale - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunlwyd Districts Book of Remembrance - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BOLESLAW. U - served WW2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - for real surname see URAM.

BOLINGBROKE. JOHN REGINALD (MSM)  - Regimental Sergeant Major - 25893 - 2nd Dorsets - 45 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - citation for meritorious service medal in the London Gazette dated 14th August 1917, issue 30234, page 8431, - 1918 absent voters.

BOLINGBROOKE. WILLIAM ARTHUR - Signalman - Z 2343 - HMS “Amethyst” - 45 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BOLT. EDGAR HUGH - Corporal - 4582 - Royal Field Artillery - 8 Brewery Row, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent
voters.

BOLT. IVOR - Private - 1411 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 8 Brewery Row, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BOND. EDGAR, WILLIAM - Private - 291414 - Labour Corps - previously Pioneer 115670 Royal Engineers - son of William and Mary Bond of Drymock, Gloucester and husband to Mary Ann Bond of 9 Garby Street, Worcester - died 08 March 1919 - age 28 - commemorated Terlincthun British Cemetery, Wimille, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference X B 9 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BOND. EDWIN - Private - 345474 - 24th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 28 Montague Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BOND. EDWIN - 8 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BOOL. WILLIAM - Private - 38232 - 2/1 Derbyshire Yeomanry - 72 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - listed on the 1918 absent voters.

BOOLE. BENJAMIN THOMAS - Sergeant - 290668 - Kings African Rifles - 42 Duke Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

BOOTH. EDMUND JOHN - Bombardier - 14227 - Royal Field Artillery - 65 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BOSLEY. ALEXANDER - Private - 265667 - Monmouthshire Regiment - Incline Cottage, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BOSLEY. WILLIAM CHARLES - Private 27218 - 7th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry - born in Cwmtillery; son of Frederick and Rachel Ann Bosley of 2 New Houses, Tredegar Terrace, Cwmtillery - died 12th April 1918 - age 20 - buried at Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - XXIX A 14 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BOSWELL. HENRY GILBERT - Private - 48228 - Royal Army Medical Corps - son of David Nathaniel and Annie Boswell of Rothsay, Castle Street, Abertillery - died of wounds14th September 1915 - age 24 - buried at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Chapelyard, Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent - memorial reference, - 36 65 - further commemorated on the family grave, reference 216 also at Blaenau Gwent Chapelyard, - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BOURNE. BRINLEY- Gunner - 1651820 - 239 Battery Anti Aircraft Regiment Royal Artillery - son of Walter and Caroline Bourne of 52 Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - died 21st May 1944 - age 34 - buried at Calcutta (Bhowanipore) Cemetery, 15 Debendra Lal Khan Road, Calcutta, India - memorial reference, - Plot O Row B Grave 7 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 16 June 1944.

BOWDEN. ARTHUR HENRY - Private - 2427 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Abergavenny; resident of Llanhilleth, son of Mary Ann Evans of 101 Alma Street, Abertillery - died 24th April 1915 - age 18 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ypres, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, reference Panel 50 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmen's Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 13 August 1915

BOWEN. WILLIAM - Private - 265305 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 16 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.
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BOWLCOTT. ARTHUR - Sapper - WR 336068 - Inland Waterways - 16 Weavers Houses, Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BOWLES. CLIFFORD - Private - 89568 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 30 Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BOWLES. WILLIAM - Sergeant - 49209 - 3rd Kings Own Royal Lancashire Regiment - 42 Winsor Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BOWLEY. HERBERT - Corporal - 1296 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in St. Thomas's, Bristol, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Abertillery; son of Alfred Halford and Eliza Bowley of Stoke Gifford, Bristol, Gloucestershire - died 11th May 1915 - age 21 - buried at Poelcapelle British Cemetery, Langemark- Poelkapelle, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - LV C 18 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - commemorated on the St. John’s Church Memorial, Griffin Road, Six Bells, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 20 August 1915.

BOX. ARTHUR WILFRED - Naval Schoolmaster, HMS “Malaya” - 8 Roseberry Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BOX. JACK - Able Seaman - HMS “Jamaica” - Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - served on the Jamaica when she torpedoed the “Scharnhorst” on 26 December 1943.

BRACE. TREVOR (DSC) - Private - 48088 - Royal Army Medical Corps - Under Manager at Llanhilleth Red Ash

BRACEY. JOHN - Private - 20164 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Mangotsfield, Bristol, Gloucestershire, - enlisted at Abertillery. resident of 10 Seymour Road, Staple Hill, Bristol, Gloucestershire - died at Mametz Wood on the 10th July 1916  - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 4A.

BRADFORD. WILLIAM - Corporal - 9005 - 5th South Wales Borderers - 73 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BRADLEY. ALBERT - Private - 265357 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 20 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BRADLEY. ERNEST - Private - 358655 - Labour Corps - 20 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BRADLEY. FREDERICK - 20 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

BRADLEY JIM - Driver - 3 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 24th March 1944.

BRADLEY. RONALD - 3 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BRADLEY. TREVOR - Lance Corporal - 3 Bishop Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 24th March 1944.

BRAIN. GEORGE - Private - 14028 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 9 Neuadd Street, Abertillery, - treated at Salford Royal Hospital and discharged 17.08.1916 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1916.

BRAIN. GILBERT - Lance Corporal - 48093 - 130th (St. John) Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, - son of Joseph and Emily Brain of 13 Llwynon Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRAIN. GILBERT GEORGE - Sergeant - 31961 - 19th Welsh Regiment - 151 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRANCH. FREDERICK STANLEY - Private - 22352 - 1st Coldstream Guards - 198 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BRAUND. FREDERICK (MM) - Lance Corporal - 8453 - Duke of Cornwalls Light Infantry - 31 Cromwell Street, Abertillery, - citation in the London Gazette dated 23rd March 1917, issue, 30001, page 2990 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 30th March 1917.

BRAYLEY. JAMES - Driver - 183786 - 23rd Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery - Melbourne House, Melbourne Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRENT. ARTHUR JOHN - Lance Corporal - 7690991 - Corps of Military Police - son of Arthur and Elizabeth Maud Kate Brent - husband to Elsie Emma Rosette Brent of Abertillery Monmouthshire, - died 24th November 1941 - age 30 - buried Heliopsis War Cemetery, Cairo, Egypt - grave reference - I H 2.

BRETT. ROBERT JOHN - Private - 725600 - Royal Field Artillery - 4 Preston Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BREWER. WILLIAM - Private - 290681 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - 43 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRIAN. J - see BRICKELL JOHN.

BRICKALL. ALFRED - Private - 88732 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - Coed Cae Dhu, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

BRICKELL. CHARLES EDGAR - Private - 47280 - Welsh Regiment - 2 Jubilee Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - treated for shrapnel wound 04th June 1917 - age 21 - 1918 absent voters.

BRICKELL. FREDERICK THOMAS - Private - 13347 - South Wales Borderers - 1 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRICKELL. JOHN - Private - 20971 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 23 Park Place, Abertillery - son of John and Sarah Ann Brickell - formerly worked at Abertillery Tin Works - died 20th July 1916  - buried at Sucrerie Military Cemetery, Colincamps, Somme, France - memorial reference, - I D 43 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BRICKELL. THOMAS. - Private - 25027 - 2nd Battalion Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry - husband of Alice Maud Brickell of 71 Crabtree Road, Brookfields, Birmingham, Warwickshire, father of Thomas Reginald Brickell who also gave his life for his country - died 18th December 1916 - age 46 - buried at St. Paul’s Churchyard, East Bank, Cwmtillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BRICKELL. THOMAS REGINALD - Private - 18732 - 2nd Battalion Cheshire Regiment - son of Mrs. Alice Maud and Private Thomas Brickell of the Oxford and Buckinghamshire Light infantry who also gave his life for his country of 71 Crabtree Road, Brookfields, Birmingham, Warwickshire - died 12th May 1915 - age 16- buried at Boulogne Eastern Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - VIII C 32 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BRIDGE. ELEAZER - Private - 78092 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 2 Roberts Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRIDGE. WILLIAM - Private - 62643 - Royal Field Artillery - 2 Roberts Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRIEN. JAMES - Private - 235066 - 5th Royal Warwickshire Regiment - formerly 4036 Monmouthshire Regiment, - 15018 Welsh Regimemt, - 292280 Monmouthshire Regiment - born Aberbeeg - died 03rd December 1917.

BRILL. MARION - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery

BRIMBLE. HENRY CHARLES - Lance Corporal - 265322 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Bristol, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Llanhilleth; son of Charles and Leah Mary Brimble of 37 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, Newport - died 12th April 1918 - age 24 - commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 10 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

BRINDLEY. MABEL O - 82 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BRISCOE. NANCY C - 48 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BRISTOW. ALBERT AMBROSE - Stoker - SS108413 - HMS “New Zealand” - 27 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BRITTAIN. OLIVER DAVID CHARLES - Private - 46491 - 14th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Charles and Mary Brittain of 35 Gladstone Street, Abertillery - died 1st August 1917 - age 37 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 37 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BRITTON. ELIJAH ERNEST - Private - 6023615 - Essex Regiment - son of Elijah and Annie Britton and husband to Barbara Helen Britton of Raynes Park, Surrey, - died 29 November 1941 - age 25 - commemorated Knightsbridge War Cemetery, Acroma, Libya, - grave reference 2 C 5 - (see SHEPPARD. E)

BRITTON. RICHARD - Private - 182018 - 115 TRB - 32 Hafordarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BRITTON. WILLIAM - Private - 360005 - Labour Company - 34 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BROAD. GEORGE - 5 Lancaster Villas, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BROADLEY. MURIEL - 42 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BROCK. RAYMOND - Sergeant/Wireless Operator/Air Gunner - 958929 - 46 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Seth and Fanny Brock of Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire - died 11th April 1942 - age 20 - buried at Sola Churchyard, Stavanger, Norway - memorial reference, - British Plot D 3 - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery.

BROOKES. GEORGE HENRY - Lieutenant - 168866 - Royal Army Medical Corps - son of William John and Elizabeth Brookes, husband of Margaret Emma Brookes of 72 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - died 7th December 1942 - age 40 - passenger on SS Ceramic sank by U Boat 515 on journey to Capetown, South Africa, - commemorated on the Brookwood Memorial, Brookwood Military Cemetery, Pirbright, Surrey - memorial reference, - Panel 18 Column 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BROOKS. ARTHUR L - Royal Exchange Inn, Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

BROOKS. WILLIAM JOHN (MM) - Private - 42062 - 2nd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment - 29 Gelly Crug Road, Abertillery, - died 29th September 1918 - buried at Pigeon Ravine Cemetery, Epehy, Somme, France - memorial reference, I C 11 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BROOKS. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 131622 - 733 Labour Corps - 65 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BROOM. WILLIAM G. - Private - G/72553 - 2nd/4th Battalion The Queens (Royal West Surrey Regiment) - son of Mrs. Elizabeth Broom of Greenaway Cottage, Tockenham, Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire - died 1st September 1918 - age 18 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 14-17 and 162-162A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BROWN. ARTHUR WILLIAM - 21 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BROWN. BERT - Private - 59601 - 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - grandson of Mrs Hoare of 28 King Street, Abertillery, - died 19th May 1918 - buried at Bouzincourt Communal Cemetery, Somme, France - memorial reference, - D 7 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 20th June 1918.

BROWN. EDWARD PERCY - Sapper - 451920 - Relay, Royal Engineers - 15 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BROWN. HENRY - Private - 21138 - 10th Battalion, South Wales Borderers, - 1 Darran Road, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

BROWN, J. - Rifleman - 12/1180 - (230202) - 1st Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Woolos Cathedral Memorial, Stow Hill, Newport - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BROWN. JOHN EDWARD - Private - 3135 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 18 King Street, Abertillery, - died 29th December 1915 - buried at Ferme-Olivier Cemetery, Elverdinghe, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Plot 2 Row E Grave 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’

BROWN. STANLEY EDWARD (OBE), - Gunner – Royal Navy, - 56 Belmont Terrace, Brynithel – son of Mr. & Mrs William Brown, - invested by the King – picture appeared in the South Wales Argus.

BROWN. WILLIAM, T - 8 Bryn Terrace, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

BROWNE. FRANCIS JAMES - “Polyphant House”, Roseberry Street, Abertillery, - doctor - served 1914 -1918, - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

BROWNE. HENRY GALLAUGHER - Pilot - 912105 - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Professor Francis James Browne and Mary Gallaugher Browne of Pinner, Middlesex, - died 10 May 1941 - age 22 - commemorated Eindhoven (Woensel) General Cemetery, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands - plot FF grave 6 - listed South Wales Gazette dated 19th September 1941.

BROWNING. FREDERICK CLEMENT - Rifleman - 290882 - 1st/3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Bristol, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Abertillery; son of F.and L. Browning of St. James, Bristol, Gloucestershire, husband of Minnie Browning of 24 West Bank, Cwmtillery - died 7th June 1917 - age 31 - buried at Loos British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - XIX B 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Woolos Cathedral Memorial, Stow Hill, Newport - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘With Rifle and Pick’

BROWNING ISAAC - Stoker Petty Officer - K/1802 - HMS “Revenge” - 5 Clarence Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BRUCE. HENRY ALBERT - Gunner - 78153 - C Battery 71st Brigade Royal Field Artillery - son of Charles Bruce of Church Street, Axminster, Devon, husband of Margaret Churchward (formerly Bruce) of 12 Ashfield Road, Abertillery - died 25th January 1916 - age 24 - buried at Fosse 7 Military Cemetery, Mazingarbe, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - II B 12 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 21 April 1916.

BRUNSDEN. WILLIAM - Gunner - 258122 - Royal Flying Corps - 29 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BRUNT. CLIFFORD (POW) - Corporal - 7519332 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 15 Brooklyn Terrace, Llanhilleth, - Camp 75, Torre Tresca, Bari, Italy.

BRUNT. DAVID - Meteorological Section, Royal Engineers, prior to Royal Flying Corps - 7 High Street, Llanhilleth and attended Abertillery Grammar School - listed South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1916.

BRYANT. G. - Private 7705 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

BRYANT. GEORGE CHARLES - Private - 3454 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Risca, enlisted at Abertillery, son of Frank and Hannah Bryant of 16 Raglan Street, Risca, Newport - died 28th January 1917 - age 21 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 16B - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin

BRYANT. JOHN THOMAS - Private - 242404 - 6th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) - 3 Brewery Terrace, Aberbeeg - died 2nd October 1918 - buried at Hamburg Cemetery, Hamburg, Germany - memorial reference, - VI G 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BUCK. CHARLES (MM) - Sergeant - 63622 - 101st Royal Engineers - 7 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - prior to war worked for Tudors Builders, - citation in the London Gazette dated 17th July, 1917, issue 30188, page 7276, - 1918 absent voters.

BUCK. GEORGE (MM) - Sergeant - 1330 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - 7 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - brother of Charles who also won the Military Medal, - citation in the London Gazette dated 10th November 1916, issue 29819, page 10919.

BUCKLAND. HENRY JAMES - Sergeant - 15675 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 91 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

BUCKLEY. FRANK JOHN - Lance Corporal - 38518 - Denbeigh Yeomanry - The Grange, Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BULL. HAROLD ALFRED - Private - 6797 - 1st Battalion Wiltshire Regiment - died 14th September 1914 - buried at Valenciennes (St. Rock) Communal Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference, V G 26 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

BULL. WILLIAM H - 101 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 & 46 absent voters.

BULL. WORTHY - Private - 39838 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - formerly 3752 Monmouthshire Regiment - only son of Kate Adelaide Bull of Clynderwen House, Beaufort, Monmouthshire and the late Henry Bull - died 11th April 1918 - age 25 - commemorated Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - Panel 5 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 22nd June 1918.

BULLETT. IVOR HENRY (POW) - Gunner - 1717146 - 240 Battery 77 HAA Regiment, Royal Artillery - son of Thomas and Annie Bullett of Abertillery, husband of Gladys May Bullett of 44 Portland Street, Abertillery, - died 29th June 1943 working on the Thailand & Burma Railway - buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand - memorial reference, - 8 E 21- commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BULLOCK. ALBERT JOHN - Private - 20133 - Grenadier Guards - 32 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BUMFORD. RICHARD - Private - 24712 - Grenadier Guards - 43 Princess Street, Abertillery, - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BURGHAM. ALBERT EDWARD SEPTIMUS - Stoker - LT/KX532059 - Royal Naval Patrol Service - HM Trawler Cap D’Antifer - son of Alfred and Frances Anne Burgham of 98 Oak Street, Abertillery - died 13th February 1944 - age 19 - commemorated on the Lowestoft Naval Memorial, Suffolk - memorial reference, - Panel 15 Column 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

BURGHAM. THOMAS JOHN - Leading Stoker - P/KX94117 - HMS “Beverley” - son of Alfred and Frances Anne Burgham, 98 Oak Street, Abertillery, and husband of Esther Kate Burgham - vessel lost in the North Atlantic - died 11th April 1943 - age 30 - commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea Common, Southsea, Hampshire - memorial reference, - Panel 77 Column 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 02 April 1943.

BURKE, EMLYN GORDON - Stoker 1. - D/KX. 76821 - Royal Navy - 9 Brick Houses, Tillery Road, Abertillery, - listed on the 1930 absent voters.

BURKE. PATRICK - Pioneer - WR/ 22124 - Royal Engineers - 69 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BURNESS. KENNETH CHARLES (MC + BAR) - Captain - Eastern Ontario Regiment - Canadian Army - husband of Jeanette H Rees and son in law of Hiram Smythe Rees, Vicar of Abertillery, - citation London Gazette dated 09 December 1919, issue 31680, page 15310.

BURNETT. GEORGE. - Private - 266733 - 13th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Tom and Elizabeth Burnett of 40 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - died 24th August 1918 - age 28 - buried at Hedauville Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France - memorial reference, - F 5.

BURNETT. JAMES JOHN - 51 Bishop Stret, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BURRIDGE. ROBERT JAMES - Private - 14273 - A Com, 5th South Wales Borderers - 6A Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BURROUGHS. CHARLES JAMES - Private - 58612 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 76 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BURTON. ARTHUR - Private - 60104 - 1st RB Monmouthshire Regiment - 6 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BURTON. FRANK JAMES - Lance Corporal - 265320 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 6 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

BURTON. HAZEL - Leading Aircraftwoman - 448518 - Women's Auxiliary Air Force - daughter of Lieutenant Thomas Allen Burton Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve and Dorothy May Burton of Barry, Glamorganshire - educated at Queen Street and Abertillery Grammar Schools and formerly worked at Pritchards chemist, Abertillery, - died 14th February 1942 - age 20 - buried at Merthyr Dyfan Burial Ground, Barry, Glamorganshire - memorial reference, - Section R Grave 1402 - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery - listed South Wales Gazette 20 February 1942.

BUTLER. FRANCIS GEORGE - Private - 3095 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment enlisted at Pontypool, resident of Llanhilleth, - died of wounds 16th June 1915 - buried at Wytschaete Military Cemetery, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Special Memorial A 8 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

BUTLER. OLIVER - Gunner - 259371 - D Battery 7th Reserve Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 32 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

BUTLER, REGINALD, - O C 4 - D/LX 20494 - Royal Navy - 5 Spring Bank, Abertillery, (1930) - listed on the 1930 absent voters - served 1939 - 1945 - address 1 Crown Street, Abertillery, (1938).

BUTTERWORTH. FREDERICK - Gunner - 204787 - 9th Company - Royal Garrison Artillery - 3 Lower Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

BYARD. RONALD RALPH - Rifleman - 6475368 - 2nd Battalion The London Irish Rifles, Royal Ulster Rifles - son of William Henry and Elizabeth Byard of 73 Vivian Street, Abertillery - died 5th November 1943 - age 32 - buried at Sangro River War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference, - VIII B 40 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Argus dated 08th December 1943
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CABLE. JAMES, F - 34 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CABLE. VICTOR - Private - 74708 - 9th Royal Field Artillery - 27 East Side, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CADDICK. DAVID - Private - 60017 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 10 Upper Court Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CADWALLADER. H. - Private - 20933 - Royal Field Artillery - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

CAINES. ALBERT - Lance Corporal - 1088 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - husband of Annie Jane Caines of 32 King Street, Abertillery, son of William and Catherine Caines of 11 Windsor Street, Cheltenham, - died 8th May 1915 - age 30 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference. - Panel 50 -commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery also commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

CAINES. BERTRAM, A - 32 King Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CAINES. J. - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

CAIRNS. EDWARD ERNEST - Private - 88860 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 22 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CAIRNS. FREDERICK - Lance Corporal - 5257910 - 1st Battalion Worcestershire Regiment - son of Thomas Charles and Ada Cairns of Abertillery, husband of Gertrude May Cairns of Abertillery, - died 27th June 1944 - age 33 - buried at St. Manvieu War Cemetery, Cheux, Calvados, France - memorial reference, - V. E. 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery - further commemorated on gamily grave reference A 35 also at St. Paul’s, Cwmtillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 28th July 1944.

CAIRNS. THOMAS C - 12 East Side, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CALLOWAY. WILFRED - Private - 26391 - 1st Grenadier Guards - former Draper of 51 Somerset Street, Abertillery and son of John and Sarah Jane Calloway of Alma Terrace, Brynmawr, - died 18 July 1917 - age 22 - commemorated at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference I D 8 - commemorated on the Brynmawr Central Memorial, Market Square, Brynmawr - commemorated on the St. Mary’s Church Memorial, Church Terrace, Brynmawr, - article Brynmawr District Advertiser dated 30th August 1917 - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 25 August 1917.

CAMPBELL. FREDERICK JOHN - Private - 33768 - The Green Howards - Police Station, Llanhilleth,  - son of Frederick and Elizabeth Campbell of 67 The Uplands, Rogerstone, Gwent, - died 27th May 1918 - age 20 - buried Vendress British Cemetery, Aisne, France, grave reference IV K 1  - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - named South Wales Gazette dated 05th July 1918.

CAMPLING. ERNEST JAMES - stoker 1st Class - C/K.55863 - Royal Navy - 66 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1930 absent voters - served 1939 - 1945.

CANNARD. CHARLES GEORGE - 4 Lancaster Villas, Six Bells, - 1938 absent voters.

CANNARD. JOSEPH CLEMENT - 4 Lancaster Villas, Six Bells, - 1938 absent voters.

CARDWELL. THOMAS - Corporal - 10040 - 51st Cheshire Regiment - 86 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters

CARPENTER. ALEXANDER SIDNEY - Private - 3405 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born East Dean, Gloucestershire - husband of Beatrice Carpenter of 58 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - died 16th July 1916  - buried at Aveluy Wood Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France - grave reference, - I B 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abergavenny and District Memorial, Town Hall, Cross Street, Abergavenny - commemorated on the Neville Hall Hospital Memorial Scroll, Hospital Chapel, Brecon Road, Abergavenny - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22 September 1916.

CARPENTER. ALFRED J T - 5 Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CARPENTER. CHARLES VERNON - Private - 2457 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - Alma Street, Abertillery - listed South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1916.

CARPENTER. JAMES - Private - 21130 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Pontnewynydd, enlisted at Abertillery - died 11th April 1918 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 65-66 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

CARPENTER. JOHN - Private - 23217 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 16 King’s Head Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARPENTER. JOHN - Able Seaman - Z/1554 - HMS “Temeraire” - 55 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARPENTER. OLIVER EDWARD - 26 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1938 absent voters.

CARPENTER. THOMAS - Stoker - K32666 - HMS “Cambrian” - 114 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARPENTER. TREVOR - Private - 117065 - Royal Garrison Artillery - “Roxburgh”, Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CARRIGAN. WILLIAM - Private - 15704 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 43 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARROLL. GEORGE (POW) - Gunner - 979576 - 59 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll - captured 02nd September 1942 - imprisoned Hakodate 2 (Akahira), Hokkaido Island, Japan, - released 02nd  September 1945, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 03rd September 1943.

CARROLL. JOHN - Private - 7408 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 137 Alma Street, Abertillery, - also listed 62 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARROLL. MATTHEW - Mercantile Marine - HMS “Coronado” - 62 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARROLL. WILLIAM, J - Flight Sergeant - 59 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - mentioned South Wales Gazette dated 18th August 1944.

CARTER. AARON - Private - 4078260 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Monmouthshire, son of James Edward and Elizabeth Carter of Llanhilleth, - father of Pat Carter - died 7th August 1944 at Amaye-Sur-Orne - age 32 - buried at Brouay War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference, - I D 6 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in 'The History of The South Wales Borderers and Monmouthshire Regiments 1937-1952 Volume III' - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’ - commemorated on the 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment Memorial, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin.

CARTER. AUSTIN - Gunner - 50310 - 14th Siege Battery Royal Garrison Artillery - son of Councillor John Carter of Llanhilleth, - died 17th November 1917 - buried at Duhall A. D. S. Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - II C 14 - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport, - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 08th December 1917 alongside his brother John Carter who was invalided home after losing his right leg.

CARTER. CHARLES WILLIAM - Driver - 19643 - Royal Field Artillery - Westbourne House, Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARTER. FREDERICK - Private - 105121 - Royal Field Artillery - 5 Summer’s Houses, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARTER. HARRY - Private - 207960 - Number 5 Mobile X ray Unit - 27 Church Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARTER. JOHN H - 115 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters  - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

CARTER. JOHN HENRY - Sergeant - W570 - 119th Royal Field Artillery - 33 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARTER. JOSEPH HAROLD - Gunner - 259280 - 24th Battery, RFA - 11 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARTER. RAY - Private - South Staffordshire Regiment - 32 Bridge Street, Abertillery, and son of Mrs. E Carter - fought with General Windgates Chindets in Burma.

CARTER. REGINALD PERRY - Private - 58609 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 19 Castle Street, Abertillery, 1918 absent voters.

CARTER. ROBERT CHARLES - Corporal - 1029571 - 243 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve- son of Robert Charles and Ellen Ann Carter of “St. Helens”, Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery  - died 2nd December 1945 - age 24 - buried at Cowra War Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia - memorial reference, - Plot D Row C Grave 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery - tribute and photograph South Wales Gazette dated 28 December 1945.

CARTER. WILFRED TOBIAS - Private - 227903 - 1st Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 59 Princess Street, Abertillery, - son of Thomas and Sarah Ann Carter, 52 Princess Street, Abertillery, - enlisted Abergavenney - died 20th December 1918 - age 31 - buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference, - S IV H 21 - commemorated on the St. Woolos Cathedral Memorial, Stow Hill, Newport - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

CARTHEW. ERNEST - Sapper - WR/506812 - Royal Engineers - husband of Annie Carthew (Nee Poyner) - died 8th December 1918 - aged 37 - buried at St. Paul’s Churchyard, East Bank, Cwmtillery - memorial reference, - East side of Cwmtillery Lake - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

CARTWRIGHT. ARCHIE - Private - 33418 - 1st Grenadier Guards - 7 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CARTWRIGHT. THOMAS WILLIAM - Pioneer - 282584 - Royal Engineers - 10 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CASE. JOCELYN M - 70 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters

CASTLE. FRANK - Private - 25452 - 14th Battalion Worcester Regiment - resident of Warm Turn, Aberbeeg, - died 10th May 1918 - buried at Varennes Military Cemetery, Somme, France - memorial reference, - II J 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

CAULSON. ALBERT JOHN - Private - 32214 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 12 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CAVENDER. WILLIAM DAVID - Private - 242591 - 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 11 East Side, Cwmtilllery, - 1918 absent voters.

CAWTHORNE. JAMES BRADLEY - Private - 5873 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 107 Tillery Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CECIL. BENJAMIN - Lance Corporal - 03791 - Army Veterinary Corps - The Laurels, Ty Bryn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CECIL. HAROLD - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery

CECIL. WILLIAM HENRY - Bombardier - 19771 - 8th Brigade Royal Field Artillery - husband of Lillian Minnie Cecil (nee Emes) of 26 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - son of Benjamin and Mary Jane Cecil - died 8th August 1916 at The Somme - buried at Dive Copse British Cemetery, Somme, France - grave reference, - II E 36 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - further commemorated on the family grave reference B 135 at St. Paul’s Cwmtillery, - commemorated in De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 13th October 1916.

CHADNEY, JACK - Sergeant - 1858532 - Royal Engineers - 8 Graig View, Aberbeeg, - 1930 absent voters.

CHALLENGER, DAVID - Private - 47245 - 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - husband of Mrs. Ann Jane Tucker (formerly Challenger) of 44 Alexandra Street, Abertysswg - died 9th October 1917 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 63 to 65 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Walter Street, Abertysswg.

CHALLENGER. DOUGLAS, H - 5 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1945 absent voters.

CHALLENGER. EMRYS - Private - 137590 - 171st Royal Engineers - 43 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

CHALLENGER. GRACE, M - 5 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1945 absent voters.

CHALLENGER. JAMES - Private - 555791 - 677 Employment Company - 5 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CHALLENGER. JONAS GEORGE - Private - 50958 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 1 Oxford Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CHALLENGER. LEWIS - Lance Corporal - 20898 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of Mrs. Annie J W Challenger of 6 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery - died 21st November 1917 - age 31 - buried at Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, Nord, France - memorial reference, - I A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

CHALLENGER. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 21185 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 45 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

CHANNING. ALBERT EDWIN - Corporal - 48925 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 1 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CHAPLIN. ARTHUR - 36 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

CHAPLIN. BRINLEY - Private - 21520 - 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) - born at Aberbeeg, son of George and Sarah Chaplin of 21 Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - died 22nd April 1917 of wounds received at Arras - age 26 - buried at Christchurch Churchyard, Pendarren Road, Aberbeeg - memorial reference, - B 39 (private headstone) - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

CHAPMAN. THOMAS - Private - 15168 - 1st South Wales Borderers - husband to Harriett Chapman of Greenmeadow, Penybont, - died 19th April 1915 - buried at Rue-Des-Berceaux Military Cemetery, Richebourg-L’Avoue, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, I C 12 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 16th July 1915.

CHAPMAN. THOMAS - Stoker 1st Class - SS 100396 - Royal Navy - HMS “Suffolk” - 11 High Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918

CHARD. JOSEPH - Private - 33016 - 11th Battalion South Wales Borderers - age 25 - born in Ebbw Vale, enlisted at Abertillery; resident of Tredegar, son of Mrs. M. J. Chard of 154 Mount Pleasant, Tredegar - died 11th July 1916 - buried at Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France - memorial reference, - IX F 6 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Bedwellty Park, Tredegar.

CHEDZEY. WALTER JOHN - Private - 50957 - 107th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - 4 Victoria Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CHETLAND. STANLEY (DSM) - 2 Cyril Place, Abertillery, - listed South Wales Gazette dated 15 May 1942.

CHILD. BENJAMIN (MM) - Staff Sergeant - 61618 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 67 Castle Street, Abertillery, - citation in the London Gazette dated 10th November 1916, issue 29819, page 10920, - pictured Western Mail dated November 1916 - buried at the New Cemetery, Brynithel - military funeral report South Wales Gazette 02 June 1933.

CHIVERS. CHARLES - Private - 49088 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 2 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CHIVERS. JOEL - Private - M2/ 226227 - Army Service Corps - son in law of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ralph and worked for his company - 68 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

CHIVERS. STANLEY - Able Seaman - D/J 112462 - Royal Navy - 10 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1930 and 1945 absent voters.

CHIVERS. WILLIAM (POW) - Private - 36274 - 7th Somerset Light Infantry - 2 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CHORLEY. FREDERICK (FRED) - Private - 23091 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born Tiverton, Devon, resident of Six Bells, Abertillery, son of Jack Chorley, husband of Bessie Chorley - died 26th August 1917 - age 33 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 65-66 - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. John’s Church Memorial, Griffin Road, Six Bells, Abertillery.

CHORLEY. T. - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

CHRISTIAN. MICHAEL - Private - 370190 - 286 Labour Company - 12 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CHRISTIAN. ROBERT - Sergeant - 4074120 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - son of Robert and Annie Christian of Llanhilleth, husband of Pansy Christian of Llanhilleth - died 15th August 1944 at Le Logis/Leffard - age 35 - buried at Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference, - VIII C 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in ‘The History of The South Wales Borderers and Monmouthshire Regiments 1937-1952 Volume III’ - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’ - commemorated on the 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment Memorial, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin

CHRISTIAN. WILLIAM - Private - 36310 - Somerset Light Infantry - 12 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CLANCY. PIERCE JOHN - Stoker - D/KX.77444 - Royal Navy - 3 High Street, Llanhilleth, - listed on the 1930 absent voters.

CLARK. JACK - Gunner - 258558 - 2nd Royal Field Artillery - 49 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARK. ROWLAND THOMAS - Private - S/22496 - 10th Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders son of F. W. T. and Phoebe Jane Clark of 49 Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery - died 23rd August 1918 - age 33 - commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

CLARK. SYDNEY WEAVER - Private - 290468 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 49 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARK. TOM - Driver - 45321 - Royal Defence Corps - 49 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARKE. ALBERT JOHN - Rifleman - 290534 - 1st Mon Reg - 27 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARKE. DAVID JOHN - Private - 40234 - Royal Engineers - 82 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARKE. DAVID O - 15 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CLARKE. DONALD - 17 Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CLARKE. DOUGLAS - Private - 177285 - 8th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 53 Granville Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARKE. FREDERICK - Private - 26507 - 14th Welsh Regiment - 52 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARKE. GEORGE - Bombardier - 94112 - Royal Field Artillery - 82 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

CLARKE. H. - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery

CLARKE. HENRY - Private - 15465 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - husband of Mary Ann Clarke of 6 Hillside Terrace, Llanhilleth - died 19th June 1915 - age 44 - buried at Twelve Tree Copse Cemetery, Turkey - memorial reference, - XI F 1 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

CLARKE. OLIVER - Private - 204898 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 4 Brewery Row, Aberbeeg - 1918 absent voters.

CLARKE. ROBERT JAMES - Sergeant - 22484 - 11th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Brynmawr, enlisted at Newport, resident of Blaina - died 31st July 1917 - buried at Artillery Wood Cemetery, Boezinge, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - II F 14 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 31 August 1917.

CLARKE. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 16681 - 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards - son of Charles and Lucretia Clarke of 75 Abertillery Road, Blaina, - died 17th November 1914 - age 19 - educated at Blaina Boys School - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 9 and 11 - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the Blaina Boys School Roll of Honour, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina.

CLEAR. EVAN J - 3A Glantorvan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CLEAR. JOHN GEORGE - Private - 21429 - South Wales Borderers - 34 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLEAVES. GILBERT EDWARD - Private - 14958 - 7th King’s Shropshire Light Infantry - born Abertillery, December 1893, (Bedwelty 11a 70) - died 14th July 1916 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France, - reference Pier and Face 12A and 12D.

CLEAVES. PERCY - Gunner - 128591 - Royal Garrison Artillery - Chapel House, Park Place, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.
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CLEETON. JAMES HENRY - Gunner - 807585 - Royal Artillery - son of James Henry and Molly Cleeton, husband of Olive Eileen Cleeton of Abertillery - died 17th January 1941 - age 26 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery - memorial reference, - Block 2 Section A Grave 1777

CLEMENTS. L. - Civilian - died 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

CLIST. CHARLES HENRY - Private - 21153 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 55 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLOSE. ALBERT - Vale Terrace, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLOSE. ARTHUR - Private - 1824 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 29 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 8th May 1915  - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

CLOSE. GEORGE - Vale Terrace, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CLOSE. THOMAS JOHN - Private - 517086 - London Regiment (London Scottish) - husband of F Gardner (Formerly Close), 8 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - died 23rd August 1918 - age 25 - buried Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery, Souchez, France, - grave reference, - X1X.D.9.

CLOSE. WILLIAM - Private - 12665 - 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 25 Arael Street, Six Bells, - died 15th February 1917 - commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Nasiriyah Road, Basra, Iraq - memorial reference, - Panel 16 and 62 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 01 June 1917.

COCKRAM. FRED - Private - 148419 - Motor Transport - 13 Glandwr Street, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

COCKRAM. FREDERICK HAROLD - 53 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1938 & 1945 absent voters.

COLBORNE. GEORGE THOMAS - Sergeant - 455211 - 115th Chinese Labour Company - 61 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLE ALLAN - RAF - 7 Smith Road, Abertillery - served WW2 - article South Wales Gazette dated 26 April 1957.

COLE. GEORGE - Private - 21330 - 10th Battalion, South Wales Borderers - 104 Princess Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

COLE. IVOR - Private - 12788 - 9th Battalion Welsh Regiment - died 25th September 1915 - buried at Vielle-Chapelle New Military Cemetery, Lacouture, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - VIII C 20 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COLEMAN. BETTY - 6 Gladstone Buildings, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

COLEMAN. CHARLES - Private -58679 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 5 Earl Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

COLEMAN. CHARLES - 14 High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

COLEMAN. DAVID - Gunner - 21871 - Royal Garrison Artillery, - 35 Hafodycoed Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

COLEMAN. HENRY PERCIVAL - Private - 58736 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 6 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLEMAN. LEVI - Private - 121 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Llanelly Hill, enlisted and resident of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, son of Joseph and Sarah Coleman of Waenlafra, Llanelly Hill - died 29th December 1915 - age 39 - buried at Ferme-Olivier Cemetery, Elverdinghe, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Plot 2 Row E Grave 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, War Memorial Hall and Recreation Ground, Llanelly Hill - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 25th February 1916.

COLEMAN. ROBERT JOHN - Private - 353844 - Mechanical Transport - 21 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLEMAN. WILLIAM EDWARD (MM) - Private - 48098 - 130 St. John Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - 11 Viaduct Terrace, Llanhilleth, - citation in the London Gazette dated 13th June 1919, issue 31405, page 7691, - 1918 absent voters.

COLES. CHARLES HENRY - Private - 203942 - 1/4 Somerset Light Infantry - 3 Pretoria Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

COLES. EDWARD - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

COLES. EDWIN BERTIE - Private -39837 - 2nd Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - 5 Old Penybont Road, Abertillery, - son of Edwin and Elizabeth Coles, of 54 Martin Square, Abbots Langley, Hertfordshire, - died 20th July 1918 - age 20 - commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France.

COLES. FRANK - Gunner - 258795 - A/5 Res, Royal Field Artillery, - 74 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLES. FRANK - Private - 227905 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 43 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLES. FRED - Private - 20976 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of James and Lydia Coles of 74 Somerset Street, Abertillery - died 27th April 1916 - age 22 - buried at Rue-Du-Bacquerot (13th London) Graveyard, Laventie, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - E 6 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COLES. GEORGE - 58 Bourneville Road, Abertillery - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

COLES. H - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COLES. HARRY - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

COLES. HENRY - Driver - 1301 - Y 38th Trench Mortar Battery - 74 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - listed on the 1918 absent voters.

COLES. HORACE - Driver - 75756 - 210 Battery, Royal Field Artillery, - son of William G Coles, landlord Bush Hotel, Abertillery, - listed South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1916.

COLES. THOMAS - Signalman - 21234 - 5th South Wales Borderers - 104 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLES. WILLIAM - Driver - 4092 - 223 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 74 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLES. WILLIAM CHARLES - Signalman - 218178 - Royal Field Artillery - 39 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLES. WILLIAM JAMES - Driver - 62625 - Royal Field Artillery - son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coles of 5 Cwmglfach, Six Bells - previously worked at Arael Griffin Colliery, - mentioned in dispatches London Gazette, dated 11th December 1917, Issue 30427, Page 13071 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 29 December 1916.

COLLETT. BYRON - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

COLLIER. ALBERT EDWARD - Private - 23239 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - 3 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COLLIER. ROBERT P - Seaman - 96 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

COLLIER. WILLIAM EWART - Private - 341420 - 2nd Section, 1st Bus Company - 41 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

COLLINGS. WALTER (MC) - Lieutenant - 2329 - 1st/3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born 9th November 1892, son of William, hotel proprietor, and Ann Collings of the Hanbury Hotel, Aberbeeg, educated at West Mon School 1907-1909, employed as a mining engineer, Mentioned in Despatches, Citation in the London Gazette dated 10th January 1917 announcing the award of the MC reads:- For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He displayed great courage and determination in organizing and leading stretcher parties to collect wounded under heavy fire.” - died 11th April 1918 - age 25 - buried at Le Grand Hasard Military Cemetery, Morbecque, Nord, France - memorial reference, - Plot 4 Row B Grave 4 also commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the West Mon School Memorial, Blaendare Road, Pontypool - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated in the publication ‘Officers Who Died In The Great War’ also commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’
Obituary in The Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 24th May 1918 - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 13th January 1917 and 20th April 1918.

COLLINS. JAMES - Private - Ply 10087 - HMS “Caesar” - 27 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

COMBSTOCK. WILFRED - Able Seaman - D/JX 127336 - Royal Navy - 1 Bridge Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1934 absent voters.

COMPTON. ERNEST WILLIAM - Fusilier - 4074119 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 35 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1930 absent voters.

COMPTON. GEORGE EDWARD - Private - 4078833 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Monmouthshire, son of Ernest L. Compton and Lilian B. Compton of Llanhilleth - died 15th November 1944 at home of wounds - age 24 - buried at Christchurch Churchyard, Pendarren Road, Aberbeeg - memorial reference, - Section F Grave 115 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the Roll of Honour published in 'The History of The South Wales Borderers and Monmouthshire Regiments 1937-1952 Volume III' - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’ - commemorated on the 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment Memorial, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin, - pictured and funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 01st December 1944.

CONNAN. ALEXANDER (MM) - Sapper - 254820 - Royal Engineers - 35 Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CONNELLY. DENNIS - Private - 394084 - 711 Labour Company - 10 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CONNELLY. WILLIAM - Private - 8830 - 2nd/4th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment - son of Mr. D. Connelly of 31 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth - died 17th May 1918 - buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference, - Q III H 2 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

CONWAY. ELSIE I - 9 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

COOK. ALFRED - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

COOK. EDWIN - Able Seaman - WL/4395 - Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve - “President” - 14 Blythe Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOK. EVAN - 133 Brynithel Terrace, - 1918 absent voters.

COOK, FREDERICK - Private - 1707 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Lambeth, London, Middlesex, resident or Warm Turn, Aberbeeg, - died 27th March 1915 - buried at Wulvergem Churchyard, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Special Memorial 8 - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

COOK. JOHN - Gunner - 566 - Royal Field Artillery - 4 Graig Row, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOK. JOHN EDWARD - Private - 33069 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 18 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOK. WILLIAM - Private - 2233743 - Royal Engineers - 3 Crook Hill, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOK. WILLIAM - Private - 66852 - Royal Field Artillery - 4 Adam’s Houses, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

COOK. WILLIAM - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

COOK. WILLIAM G - 32 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

COOK. WILLIAM JOHN HENRY - Wireless Station, Loch Boisdale, Inverness - 7 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOKE. HARRY - Aircraftman 2nd Rank - 221548 - 208 Squadron, Royal Air Force, - 70 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters list.

COOKE. WILLIAM HENRY - Rifleman - 227907 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 26 Cromwell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOKSEY. THOMAS - Private - 8739 - 19th Battalion (Queen Alexandra’s Own Royal) Hussars - 34 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - son of George and Elizabeth Cooksey (Cripps), - brother of Esther Bishop (Cooksey) - died 25th November 1917 - commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France - memorial reference, - Panel 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

COOMBES. BRINLEY (POW) - Private - 46038 - 11th Welsh Regiment - 45 Duke Street, Abertillery, - imprisoned Bulgaria, repatriated November 1918.

COOMBES. FRANK C. - Private - 33104 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born Highbridge, Somerset, and son of Joseph and Florence Coombes of Edward Street, Abertillery, - died 2nd August 1917 - buried at New Irish Farm Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - XXII C 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COOMBES. JOHN - 6 Norman Street, Abertillery - died 1934 - age 44 - buried Blaenau Gwent Churchyard - military funeral report South Wales Gazette 12 January 1934.

COOMBES. JOHN ALFRED - Leading Stoker - K4547 - Royal Navy - HMS “Sandhurst” - previously HMS “Warspite” at the Battle of Jutland - 19 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04th August 1916.

COOMBES. S J - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery

COOMBES. SAMUEL GEORGE - Drummer - 7043 - 1st Battalion Queen’s Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) - son of S.and E. Coombes; husband of Gladys Coombes of 17 Queen Street, Abertillery, served as SAMUEL GEORGE - died 15th October 1917 - age 27 - buried at Mont Huon Military Cemetery, Le Treport, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference, - III N 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COOMBES. VICTOR JAMES- Private - TR5/186434 - 116th TRB - born Highbridge Somerset and resident of 10 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOMBEY. WILLIAM - Private - 13893 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Whitbourne, Worcestershire, enlisted at Newport, - died 9th May 1915 - buried at Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - VI F 37 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

COOMBS. FRED - Gunner - 181431 - Siege Battery - 45 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOMBSTOCK. ALBERT - Driver - 19644 - 54th Royal Field Artillery - 8 Woodland Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOMBSTOCK. WILLIAM JAMES - Private - 88766 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 8 Woodland Terrace, Cwmtilllery, - 1918 absent voters.
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COOPER. ARTHUR - Sergeant - 6680 - Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry - 160 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. C - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COOPER. CHARLES DANIEL - Private - 11178 - 8th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 8 Cross Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

COOPER. EMLYN - Rifleman - 225671 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - “Merlyn House”, Royal Lane, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. FREDERICK JAMES - Leading Seaman - Z/1513 - “President” Div III - 2 New High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. GRIFFIN - Private - 26327 - 18th Welsh Regiment - “Merlyn House”, Royal Lane, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. J (MM) - Private - 29756 - 10th Kings Shropshire Light Infantry - citation in the London Gazette dated 13th May 1919, issue 31338, page 6037.

COOPER. JAMES - Private - 25929 - 17th Welsh Regiment - 89 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. JOHN - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

COOPER. SAMUEL - native of Ffestiniog - previously worked at Bon Marche - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette April 1917.

COOPER. WILFRED - Private - 59375 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 92 Gladstone, Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. WILLIAM - Private - 125754 - Employment Company - 64 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. WILLIAM - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

COOPER. WILLIAM JOHN - Driver - 62633 - Royal Field Artillery - 4 Cwm Gilfach, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COOPER. WILLIAM JOHN - Corporal - 40562 - 1st Worcestershire Regiment - formerley 1924 Monmouthshire Regiment - born Lambeth, Surrey, enlisted Llanhilleth, - son of Mrs.Jane Beaumont of 126 Tyer Street, Vauxhall, London, - died 31 July 1917 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - reference panel 34 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

COOPER. WILLIAM WALTER - Sapper - 28998 - Signal Corps, Royal Engineers - “Merlyn House”, Royal Lane, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COPE, JACK (MM), - Driver – T/In 5629, - Royal Army Service Corps, - Military Medal citation appeared in the London Gazette 23/10/1945.

CORBETT. FRANK  - Lance Corporal - P/15387 - 13th Military Foot Police - 36 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CORDEY. IVOR - 27 Evelyn Street, Abertillery - served 1914-1918 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

CORDEY, THOMAS, - Private - 48096 - 130th (St. John) Field Ambulance - Royal Army Medical Corps - 27 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - served 1914-1918 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

CORDY. JOHN, G - George Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CORK. FREDERICK JOSEPH - Gunner - 205541 - Royal Field Artillery, - 44 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

CORNWALL. FRED - Private - 58384 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 3 King’s Head Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COSS. CYRIL - Drummer - 265930 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 45 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

COTTLE. RICHARD GEORGE - Private - 260059 - 6th Royal Warwickshire Regiment - born Abertillery, September 1898, (Bedwelty 11a 88) - died 24th September 1917 - buried at Brown’s Copse Cemetery, Roeux, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - IV B 45.

COULSON. ALBERT JOHN - Private - 93924 - 16th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - formerly - 32214 - South Wales Borderers - brother of Mrs. Alfred Lewis of 12 Hafordarthan Road, Llanhilleth - previously worked at Arael Griffin Colliery, Six Bells, - died 04th November 1918 - aged 19 - commemorated Englefontaine British Cemetery, Nord, France, - grave reference - C 24 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

COULSON, CHARLES - Private - 17452 - 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - previously worked at Llanhilleth Colliery - died 23rd September 1915 - commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 13 and 14 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - pictured South Wales Argus dated 18th November 1915.

COULSON. FREDERICK J - 3 Troy Road, Llanhilleth - 1945 & 46 absent voters.

COULTON. ARNOLD STATHAM - Private - S/43374 - 4th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders - born Stoke on Trent, - enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 31 October 1918 - commemorated Cambrai East Military Cemetery, Nord, France, - grave reference 1 B 19.

COUSINS, FRANCIS (DCE) - Wireman First Class - DK/27298 - also listed as M18754 - Royal Navy - 3 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - served 1914 -1919 - honoured on a light switch panel at Zion Church, High Street, Llanhilleth.

COVENEY. ALFRED ROBERT- Private - 7804 - Gloucestershire Regiment - 74 Arael Street, Six Bells, - son of George Robert and Mary Ann Coveney of 4 Parson Street, Penneywell, Bristol - husband of Emma Coveney of 7 St. Lawrence Street, Newfoundland, Bristol - died 07th November 1914 -age 29 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

COVENEY. GUY - Private - 10/20999 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - born Youghal, County Cork, Ireland, - enlisted at Ebbw Vale; husband of Margaret Coveney of 2 Hart Street, Briery Hill, Ebbw Vale - died 3rd December 1917 - age 41 - buried at Flesquieres British Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference, - III E 7 - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunlwyd Districts Book of Remembrance - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COVENEY. JOSEPH WILLIAM - Private - 14738 - South Wales Borderers - 20 Arael Street, Six Bells, - entered the war 26th January1915 - discharged 20th July 1915 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

COWDERY. WILLIAM - Private - 61479 - 16th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - formerly 6215 Monmouthshire Regiment - born Abertillery, - son of Henry and Amelia Jane Cowdery of 52 Gwemllwyn Terrace, Tylorstown, Rhondda, - died 18th May 1918 - age 21 - buried at Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt, Somme, France, - grave reference - II B 2.

COWLEY. CLIFFORD OWEN - Private - 015176 - Army Ordnance Company - 1 Alexandra Terrace, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

COWLEY. GEORGE - Private - 76724 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 22 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COWLEY. MADGE - 22 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

COWLEY. RAYMOND - 48 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

COX, ALFRED - Lance Corporal - 12452 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abersychan, enlisted at Newport - husband to Margaret Cox (nee Lewis) - died 27th August 1916 at The Somme - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on Panel 2 of the Trevethin Memorial.

COX. AMOS - Private - 46186 - South Wales Borderers - father of Doreen Cox, father of B.Cox who also gave his life for his country - died 13th December 1918 - buried Dukinfield Cemetery, Aston Under Lyne, Cheshire, - grave reference - Ashton Ch A 2 1411 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

COX. AMOS - Gunner - 154 - 162nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 14 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COX. EDWIN JOHN MELVILLE - Gunner - 1091256 - 172 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery - born Bedwelty October 1913 and the son of Mrs. Chivers - died 27th February 1943 - age 29 - commemorated Medjez - El - Bab Memorial, Tunisia - reference face 7.

COX. GEORGE RAYMAN - Private - 3905886 - South Wales Borderers - 32 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1924 absent voters.

COX. HERBERT - Sapper - 120740 - 21st Company, Royal Engineers, - 55 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COX. IVOR RODERICK (POW) - Captain - 132301 - 21 Park Place, Abertillery, - captured Thailand 15th February 1942 - repatriated 02nd September 1945 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 10th April 1942.

COX. JOHN - Private - D/25884 - A Squadron, 6th RRO - 19 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COX. JOSEPH HENRY - Private - 7664 - 3rd Battalion Worcestershire Regiment - born Kidderminster and worked as a shunter at Abertillery railway station - died 28th October 1914 - commemorated Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France - panel 17 and 18 - commemorated on the Great Western Railway Station Memorial, Chester.

COX. JOSEPH, M - Private - 14840 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 13 Bridgend Terrace, Cwmtillery, - died 25th January 1915 - commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 14-15 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

COX. RICHARD - Private - 34207 - 782 Area Employ Co - 26 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

COX. STANLEY - Private - 58686 - 10th SWB - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of Henry Cox of 38 Granville Street, Abertillery - died 17th September 1918 - age 21 - buried at Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt, Somme, France - memorial reference, - IX A 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 25th October 1918.

COX. THOMAS GEORGE - Private - 290287 - South Wales Borderers - 38 Granville Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

COX. WILFRED - Sergeant - 4073144 - 53rd Regiment Reconnaissance Corps, Royal Armoured Corps, - son of Alfred J. and Margaret Cox, husband of Keturah Cox of Llanhilleth, father of Margaret, Marion, Lena and Cynthia Cox, brother of Alice Cox - died 18th August 1944 - age 39 - buried at Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference, - IV F 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

COX. WILLIAM JOHN - Lance Corporal - 3905747 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - 32 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1930 absent voters.

CREESE. THOMAS - Private - 26568 - Royal Engineers - 36 Regent Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CRESSWELL. REGINALD G E - 28A Church Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CREWE. FREDERICK - Private - 1671 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - Earl Street, Abertillery, - died 11th May 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’- pictured South Wales Gazette dated 16th July 1915.

CRIDDLE. JAMES, J - 1 Railway Terrace, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

CRIDLAND. THOMAS GEORGE - Private - 33271 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - 1 Prosser’s Buildings, Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CRIDLAND. WILLIAM J (DCM) - Corporal - 504157 - 11th Canadian Army - 181 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - son of Thomas and the late Emily Cridland, (nee Pugh) - citation London Gazette dated 11th March 1920, page 3117 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 28th November 1919.

CRITCHLEY. WILLIAM - Private - 143336 - Army Service Corps - 50A Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CROCKETT. GEORGE - Private - 12886 - 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of the late John George Crockett and Mary Eliza Crockett of 10 High Street, Llanhilleth - died 20th August 1915 - age 21 - buried at Portianos Military Cemetery, Greece - memorial reference, - I B 44 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

CROOK. A W - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

CROOK. JAMES - Guardsman - 9502 - Grenadier Guards - residing Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - Silver War Badge Number 1430 - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 12th May 1916.

CROOK. KENNETH E H - 9 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CROOK. ROBERT - Private - 3834 - Prince of Wales Company 1st Battalion Welsh Guards - son of Frederick and Elizabeth Crook of 66 Glandwr Street, Abertillery - died 26th September 1918 - age 21 - buried at Ecoust- St Mein British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - C 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

CROOK. THOMAS - Driver - 105644 - 50th Royal Field Artillery - 21 Powell Street, Abertillery, - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 12th May 1916.

CROOKER. LIONEL - 38 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1938 absent voters.

CROSS. JOHN ERNEST - Private - M2/180167 - (MT), Army Service Corps - 49 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CROSS. JOSEPH STANLEY - Private - 437965 - Agricultural Company - 52 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CROSS. LESLIE. - 45 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CROUDACE. CLAUDE - Sapper - 137590 - Royal Engineers - 27 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

CROZIER. WILLIAM J - 31 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CUFF. LLEWELLYN - 96 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CUFF. WILLIAM ROBERT - Driver - T2/029350 - 362 Company, Army Service Corps - 38 Under Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CULLIS. BRINLEY MORGAN - Private - 58733 - B Company South Wales Borderers -13 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CUMMINGS. WILLIAM HERBERT - Sapper - 325978 - 46th Shipyard Repair Company - 3 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CUMMINS. BERNARD - 39 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CUNNINGHAM. HENRY, W - 47 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

CUNNINGHAM. PATRICK - 40 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CURLEY. OLIVER - Signalman - WZ/4672 - “President” - 55 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CURNOW. GILBERT - Private - 243518 - Labour Company - 22 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

CURNUCK. WILLIAM EDGAR - Private - 31584 - 7th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment - son of Alfred and Rhoda Curnuck of Crumlin - died 26th April 1917 - age 31 - buried at Karasouli Military Cemetery, Greece - memorial reference, - E 1084 - commemorated on the Crumlin Memorial, Mining School Hill, Crumlin - commemorated on the Photograph Memorial and Roll of Honour, Tabernacle Baptist Church, High Street, Newbridge - commemorated on the Newbridge Memorial, St. Fagan's Folk Museum, Cardiff, Glamorganshire - commemorated on family grave reference 151 at Blaenau Gwent Chapelyard, Abertillery.

CURTIS. ALFRED - Sergeant - 53716 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 83 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - died age 35 at Ty Bryn, Tredegar, - buried on 27th May 1927 at Blaenau Gwent Cemetery - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 03 June 1927.

CURTIS. CHARLES - Corporal - 12525 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 2 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CURTIS. RONALD G - 136 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

CURTIS. WILLIAM - Private - 26488 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 20 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

CUZNER. HERBERT - Gunner - 215429 - 2nd Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery, - 26 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.
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DACK. VERA F V - 1 Roberts Row, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DAGGER. JAMES - 25 Princess Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

DAGGAR. TOM (MC) - Lieutenant - 177 Company - Royal Engineers - 25 Princess Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 -1918.

DAGGER. T - Private 7755 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

DAINTON. EDWARD - Private - T4/042082 - Army Service Corps - 34 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DALE. JOHN - Private - 51611 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - Argoed Farm, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

DALGLEISH. WILLIAM - Private - 702159 - 23rd London Regiment - 2 Roseberry Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DALLY. JAMES - Private - 58642 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 7 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DALLY. THOMAS - Private - 58577 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 7 Hafodycoed, Llabhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DALTON. JOAN - 50 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1945 & 1946 absent voters.

DANDO. ALBERT HENRY - Rifleman - 228028 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 5 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANDO. ARTHUR JOHN - Private - 61025 - 96th Labour Company - 12 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANDO. HERBERT HENRY (MM) - Sergeant - 48329 - 8th Company, Royal Army Medical Corps - 25 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANDO. GWYN - 10 Rose Green Cottages, Cwmtillery, - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

DANDO. MATTHEW - 2/Private - 280545 - Royal Air Force - 98 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANDO. PERCY - 2 New Houses, Mitre Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DANDO. WILLIAM - Private - 266419 - 733rd Labour Company - 15 King Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANIEL. EDMUND REGINALD - Private - 265344 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Blaenavon, enlisted at Blaenavon, resident of Abertillery, son of Mrs. Martha Daniel of 18 Granville Street, Abertillery - died 19th April 1917 - age 25 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Bay 9 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Church Road, Blaenavon - commemorated on the Central Memorial, High Street, Blaenavon.

DANIELS. CHARLES STEPHEN - 92 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DANIELS. DAVID - Private - 74298 - Royal Field Artillery - 24 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DANIELS. ERNEST ARTHUR - Private - 33266 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Wellington, Herefordshire, - enlisted at Abertillery, - resident of Blaina, son of Arthur and Sarah Daniels, husband of Deborah Daniels of 11 Pump Street, Blaina, - died 8th June 1916 - age 33 - buried at Rue-du-Bacquerot (13th London) Graveyard, Laventie, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - D 26 - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina.

DANIELS. JOHN DAVID - Air Mechanic - 119005 - Royal Air Force - 4 Forge Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANIELS. MONTE - Private - 13372 - 8th Devonshire Regiment - 21 Jubilee Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANIELS. THOMAS - Gunner - 41985 - 10th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, - 3 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DANIELS. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 58734 - South Wales Borderers - 24 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DARE. HAROLD - Private - 1809 - Royal Field Artillery - 28 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DARE. JAMES (DCM) - Sergeant - 1/14727 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 48 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - citation in the London Gazette dated 09th March 1918, page 4659, - 1918 absent voters.

DARK. ISLWYN FRANK - Able Seaman - D/JX 214745 - born Abertillery Monmouthshire 1913, son of Frank and Mary Ann Dark, husband of Eunice Dark of Worcester, - HMS President III - “Medjerda” - sank by U Boat 105 - died 18th March 1941 - age 28 - commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon - reference, Panel 46 Column 3.

DARLINGTON. ERNEST WILLIAM - Rifleman - 263009 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 22 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DARVILL. GEORGE HENRY - Lance Corporal - 285042 - 11th Battalion Cheshire Regiment - 54 Bourneville Road, Blaina - died 01st January 1919 - buried at Niederzwheren Cemetery, Kassel, Germany - grave reference V. M. 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - listed on the 1918 absent voters.

DARVILL. WILLIAM HAROLD - Stoker 2nd Class - K45179 - HMS “Donegal” - Royal Navy - 54 Bourneville Road, Blaina, - served 1914 - 1918 - 1918 absent voters.

DAVENPORT. CHARLES - Corporal - 519224 - 987 Labour Corps - 21 Mitre Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVENPORT. JOHN SAMUEL - Private - 7778 - 3 Echelon H Q - 133 Alma Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters - emigrated to New York ,October 1920.

DAVEY. NORMAN REUBEN JAMES (POW) - Private - 10631134 - Royal Army Catering Corps attached to Royal Army Service Corps - son of Reuben James Davey and Alice Maud Davey of 5 Fieldings Terrace, Cwmtillery and husband of Joyce Davey of Blaina - died 29th August 1945 on Mergui Road (Nong Hin Camp) - age 29 - buried at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery, Thailand - memorial reference, - 6 F 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery - commemorated on the Salem Chapel Memorial, High Street, Blaina - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the Ebenezer Chapel Memorial, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina.

DAVID. BERTIE - Private - 58710 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 37 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVID. MAURICE R - Gunner - 98A Somerset Street, Abertillery, - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery. - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 17th November 1944.

DAVIES. ALBAN BERNARD (POW) - Private - 209371 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 2091 - 109 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - Welsh High Jumping Champion 1911/1913 - released and listed South Wales Daily News dated 29th November 1918.

DAVIES. ALBERT - Private - 67322 - Royal Field Artillery - 32 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. ALBERT - Private - 60099 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 7 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. ALFRED HERBERT - Private - 267615 - Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 2547 & 15716 Monmouthshire Regiment - 22 Duke Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11th August 1916.

DAVIES. ARTHUR EDWIN - 2nd Lieutenant - 159322 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 10 Gaen Street, Abertillery - served 1914 - 1918.

DAVIES. ARTHUR JAY - Private - 267922 - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 79 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. BENJAMIN - Private - 20099 - 53rd Army Air Corps - 1 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

DAVIES. BERT - Private - 16681 - 1st Battalion Welsh Guards - husband to Emma Davies of 145 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - died 10th September 1916 at The Somme - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 7D - commemorated on the St. John The Evangelist Church Memorial Windows, St. Johns Road, Maindee, Newport - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. BERTIE - Lance Corporal - 244982 - Lancashire Regiment - 23 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmyillery, - 1918 absent voters

DAVIES. CHARLES - 1 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. CHARLES GEORGE - Lance Corporal - 265143 - 1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Soudley, Newnham, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Llanhilleth, son of James Thomas Davies of 9 Regent's Place, Llanhilleth - died 18th April 1918 - age 22 - buried at Merville Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France - memorial reference - III F 44 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - pictured Western Mail dated 04 October 1916.

DAVIES. CHARLES HENRY - 39 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth,, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. CHARLES JAMES - Private - 63383 - 15th South Lancashire Regiment - 133 Alma Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Argus  dated 30th March 1915.

DAVIES. CYRIL - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery

DAVIES. CYRIL WALTER - Stoker 2nd Class - C/K.60583 - Royal Navy - 33 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1930 absent voters.

DAVIES. DANIEL - Private - 533627 - Employment Company Labour Corps - 31 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. DAVID - Private - 315903 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 50 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. DAVID - Private - 265163 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 22 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. DAVID ALFRED - Private - 58718 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 3 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. DAVID JOHN - Private - 27387 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 9 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. DAVID SYDNEY - Lieutenant - Royal Engineers - 109 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. DAVID WALTER - Private - 58723 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 44 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. DONALD - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DAVIES. EDGAR - Private - 69209 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 9 Victoria Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters + Lieutenant/Corporal - 4186722- Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 9 Victoria Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1930 absent voters.

DAVIES. EDGAR REGINALD - Pioneer - 129974 - Royal Engineers - 117 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. EDGAR U - 8 Kimberley Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DAVIES. EDMUND ARTHUR - Rifleman - 291359 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 117 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. EDWARD - Sapper - 112471 - Royal Engineers - 1 Upper Court Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters

DAVIES. ELLIS - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DAVIES. ERNEST - Private - M2/223002 - 56th Mechanical Transport - 46 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. ERNEST - Private - 30474 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 41 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. ERNEST - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DAVIES. EVAN - Private - 1324 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Brynmawr, enlisted at Abertillery, son of Mrs. John Davies of 13 Harcourt Crescent, Warm Turn, Aberbeeg - died 2nd May 1915 - age 19 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

DAVIES. EZEKIAH - Gunner - 51811 - 23rd Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery - 10 Duffryn Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. FRANCIS - Private - 361390 - Army Service Corps - 23 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. FRANK - 29 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. FRANK - Stoker 263 - HMS “Roxburgh” - 3 George Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

DAVIES. FRED - Junior Engineer - SS “Bradglen”of Bideford – Merchant Seaman - resident of Abertillery, - died 19 September 1941 - age 21 - commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial, London, - Panel 18 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - listed South Wales Gazette dated 26th September 1941.

DAVIES. FREDERICK - 91 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DAVIES. FRED OSBORNE - Private - 2940 - 7th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 74 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. GEORGE - Private - 17679 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of Mary Jane and John Davies of 5 Top Row, Blaenau Gwent, Cwmtillery, Abertillery - died 23rd March 1916 - age 28 - commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 52 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. GEORGE (DCM) - Private - South Wales Borderers - lived at 46 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, with Mr Albert and Mrs Florence Humphrys - awarded the DCM for gallantry and conduct in the field in Libya - taken prisoner twice but escaped on both occasions.

DAVIES. GEORGE, J - Private - 87458 - 11th Kings Liverpool Regiment - 41 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. GEORGE WILLIAM - Private - 357851 - 803rd Labour Company - 140 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters

DAVIES. GRANVILLE - 12 Division Street, Abertillery, - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery

DAVIES. GWYNONFRYN ALBERT HAYDN (GWYN) - Second Lieutenant - 3413 - 45th Squadron Royal Flying Corps and 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - former teacher at Bryngwyn School, Six Bells and son of Elias and Annie Davies of 59 Newall Street, Abertillery - died 7th June 1917 - age 23 commemorated on the Arras Flying Services Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘Officers Who Died In The Great War’ - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th June 1917 - pictured South Wales Daily Post dated 21st June 1917.

DAVIES. HAROLD ARTHUR - Private - 11078 - 2nd Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Mr. and Mrs William Edwards of 21 Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery - 22nd December 1914 - age 20 - commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panels 23-24.

DAVIES. HOPKIN - 48 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. HORACE - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery

DAVIES. HOWARD - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. IDRIS WILLIAM - 26 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1938 absent voters.

DAVIES. IVOR - 88 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.
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DAVIES. JACK - Private - 368303 - 54th Field Artillery, - 5 Chapel Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. JACK - 5 Forge Row, Abertillery, - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. JAMES - 17 Heolgerrig, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. JAMES - Able Seaman - 224205 - HMS “New Zealand” - 15 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. JAMES - Gunner - 3751 - Royal Field Artillery, - 2 New High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. JAMES (aka JIM) (POW) - Private - 265271 - 2nd Monmouthshires’ - son of James Thomas Davies of 9 Regent Place, Llanhilleth, and brother of Charles George Davies who fell earlier - died age 25 and buried at Christchurch, Aberbeeg, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 02 February 1923 - pictured Western Mail dated 04 October 1916.

DAVIES. JAMES - 1 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. JAMES CHARLES - Private - 58745 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 20 Blythe Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES, JOHN - Acting Corporal - 33056 - 13th Battalion South Wales Borderers - died 22nd April 1916 at home - born in Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Llanbradach, Glamorganshire.

DAVIES. JOHN - Gunner - W/189 - Royal Field Artillery Base, Dals, France, - Post Office, Bridge Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - entered war 24th December 1915 - (1918 absent voters) - discharged 30 August 1919 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. JOHN - Driver - T3 /028513 - Army Service Corps - 13 Harcourt Terrace, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. JOHN HENRY - Sergeant - 285189 - 2nd/6th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment formerly of the 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment (290597) - born in Newbridge on 7th September 1895, enlisted October 1914 son of David and Susannah Davies of 50 Clynmawr Street, Brynteg, Abertillery, grandson of David Williams of Sirhowy, Tredegar, educated at Boys Central School and County School, Abertillery; employed as a school teacher - died 25th December 1917 at Cambrai - age 22 - commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France - memorial reference, - Panel 6 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - commemorated on the Park Place Presbyterian Church Memorial, Georgetown, Tredegar - commemorated on the Penuel Presbyterian Church Memorial and Roll of Honour, Siloh Baptist Church, Tredegar - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11 January 1918.

DAVIES. JOHN HUGH - Private - 34708 - 20th Hussars Cavalry - 55 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. JOHN STANLEY HUBERT - Pioneer - 186079 - D Supply Company, Royal Engineers - Snowden Café, Carmel Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. JOHN THOMAS - Private - 1616 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in St. James's, Exeter, Devon, enlisted at Abertillery, - died 11th May 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - commemorated on the St. John’s Church Memorial, Griffin Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Argus dated 23rd July 1915.

DAVIES. JONAH - Private - 69861 - 11th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 9 Morgan Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918

DAVIES. KENNETH REES - 7 Princess Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 27th July 1945.

DAVIES. LEONARD - Private - 401517 - Mechanical Transport - 51 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. MELVYN - 3 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1944.

DAVIES. MORRIS - Flying Officer - 175714 - 595 Squadron, Royal Air Force - formerly of Abertillery and husband to Vera Davies - son of Alfred Rees Davies and Gertrude Davies of Sale, Cheshire, - died 21 December 1945 - age 26 - commemorated at Sale Cemetery Cheshire, - grave reference - section A D grave 76 - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 22nd February 1946.

DAVIES. NORMAN ARTHUR - Flying Officer - 53642 (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner) - 550 Squadron Royal Air Force - son of Lily Davies of Strood, Kent - died 13th July 1944 - buried at Vignory Communal Cemetery, Haute-Marne, France - memorial reference, - Collective Grave - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. NORMAN HINTON - Flight Sergeant - 652999 - Royal Air Force - son of Ronald Hinton and Millicent Emma Davies of Blaina - died 8th September 1941 - age 21 - commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, Cooper's Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey - memorial reference, - Panel 36 - commemorated on the Salem Chapel Memorial, High Street, Blaina - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the Ebenezer Chapel Memorial, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - commemorated on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DAVIES. PERCIVAL - Private - 69231 - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 122 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. RICHARD - Private - 358523 - 801st Labour Company - 59 Arael Street, Six Bells, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette 09 December 1932.

DAVIES. STANLEY - Able Seaman - HMS “Leander” - 17 Newtown, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. STEPHEN - Private - Royal Welsh Fusilieers - 10 Durrfyn Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. TEGWEN, R - Corporal - 21st Army Group, Auxiliary Territorial Service - Gelli Crug, Abertillery, - honoured for devotion to duty by Bernard Montgomery in March 1945 and pictured in the South Wales Argus.

DAVIES. THOMAS - Private - 18151 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 18 Bridge Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. THOMAS - Gunner - 218893 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 126 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. THOMAS ERNEST - Private - 69930 - RWF - 40 King Street, Abertillery, - had a letter home published in the South Wales Gazette dated 10th May 1918.

DAVIES. THOMAS JOHN - Lance Corporal - 19215 - 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - died 5th May 1917 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - Memorial reference, - Bay 6 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

DAVIES. THOMAS JOHN - Private - 4078225 - 1st Battalion Kings Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) - 32 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - died 3rd October 1944 - buried at Coriano Ridge War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference, - XIX A 12 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

DAVIES. THOMAS SAMUEL - Private - 76720 - Welsh Regiment - 17 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. TREVOR - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DAVIES. WILFRED - Private - TR/5/130558 - 86 TRB - 7 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. WILLIAM - Private - 33117 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 10 Duffryn Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. WILLIAM - 1 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. WILLIAM ARTHUR - Private - DM2/ 138432 - Army Service Corps - 8 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. WILLIAM GEORGE - Bombardier - 91765 - Royal Field Artillery, - 29 Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIES. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 39298 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers formerly Private 2729 of the Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Abergavenny, resident of Abertillery - died 5th January 1918 - buried at Ribecourt British Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference, - II C 24 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

DAVIES. WILLIAM JOHN (JACK) - Warrant Officer  - 616191 - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - 75 (RNZAF) Squadron - Wireless Operator - Mackay Crew - (Lancaster MKIII.ND800) perished with all crew - 21st July 1944 - age 25 - formerley of South Griffin Terrace, Bourneville, - Husband of Menai Davies (nee Williams) of 11 Princess Street, Abertillery - father of Val Gore (nee Davies) - son of Benjamin and Grace Davies - commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial Panel 213 - honoured on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DAVIES. WILLIAM LEYSHON - Private - 23074 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, - died of wounds received at Mametz Wood on the11th July 1916  - buried at Morlancourt British Cemetery Number 1, Somme, France - memorial reference, - A 35 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

DAVIES. WILLIAM REES - Private - 60213 - 2nd Cheshire Regiment - 17 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAVIS. A - Bombardier - Royal Field Artillery - 32 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 01st October 1915.

DAVIS. JOHN THOMAS - Private - 1616 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - born St James, Exeter, Devon, - enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, and resided 75 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 11 May 1915 - commemorated Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West Vlaanderen, Belgium, - reference panel 50.

DAWE. WILLIAM - Gunner - 258489 - Royal Field Artillery - 50 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAWSON. FRANK - Corporal - 055990 - Army Service Corps - “Hill Crest”, Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAY. ALBERT - Private - 639568 - Western Command Labour Company, - 8 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAY. ALBERT - Private - 359 - 1st Battalion Welsh Guards - born Abergavenny and husband to Livinia Ann Day of 8 Regent Place, Llanhilleth, - died 12 October 1915 - commemorated Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference III D 9A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

DAY. ALFRED JAMES - Private - 3070 - 1st/3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 34 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, son of Annabella and James Day also of Six Bells, Abertillery - died 29th December 1915 - age 25 - buried at Ferme-Olivier Cemetery, Elverdinghe, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Plot 2 Row E Grave 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’- pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 03rd March 1916.

DAY. HARRY - Company Sergeant Major - 20186 - South Wales Borderers - 3 Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAY. JAMES EDWARD - Sergeant - 20383 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Cwmtillery, Abertillery, enlisted at Ebbw Vale, son of James and Mary Day of 4 Church Street, Waverley, Sydney, Australia, - died at home 15th December 1918 - age 25 - buried at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Chapelyard, Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent - memorial reference, - 23 43 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

DAY. JAMES HENRY - Private - 182788 - 115 TR Battery - 49 Tillery Cottages, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAY. JOHN - Private - 18016 - 5th SWB - 37 Neuadd Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DAY. RONALD - 6 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DAY. THOMAS - Private - 97615 - 302 Field Ambulance, RAMC - 11 Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

DAY. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 58191 - 13th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Mrs. A. Day of Six Bells, Abertillery; husband of Mrs.Ruby Deen of Andrews Close, Portfields, Hereford - died 18th September 1918 - age 22 - buried at Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference, - IV B I - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

DAY. WILLIAM GEORGE - Corporal - 267852 - 1st Reserve Monmouthshire Regiment - 2 Hillside Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAY. WILLIAM H - 57 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DAY. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 1423 - 1st Battalion Welsh Guards - died 01st Novemver 1918 - buried - St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France - grave reference SII BB 31.

DAY. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 20648 - SWB - 7 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - served 1914 –1918.

DAYTON. FREDERICK - Private - 200148 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 19 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAYTON. JAMES - Driver - 4715 - Royal Field Artillery - 23 High Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DAYTON. STANLEY - Private - 25831 - 15th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Mrs. Polly Dayton of 23 High Street, Llanhilleth - died 19th September 1918 - age 24 - commemorated on the Vis-En-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 7 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

DEACON. ALBERT, J - Calderon House, Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DEACON. ARTHUR - Fusilier - 4070537 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 57 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters.

DEACON. CYRIL - Calderon House, Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DEACON. DAVID JOHN - Private - 18921 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 49 Portland Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DEACON. FREDERICK CHARLES - Sergeant - 53693 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - husband to Adeline Deacon of Princess Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 12th July 1915 - military funeral report South Wales Gazette 08 June 1932.

DEACON. SILAS - Private - 265195 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 26 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DEACON. WALTER BADEN - Sergeant - 265104 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 26 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - mentioned in dispatches, London Gazette, dated 21st December 1917, issue 30445, page 13476, - 1918 absent voters.

DEACON. WILLIAM REES - Sergeant - 1380721 - (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of William Rees Deacon and Edith May Deacon of 144 Alma Street, Abertillery, - died 29th January 1943 - age 21 - buried at New Cemetery, Brynithel, - memorial reference, - Block 1 Section B Grave 103 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - listed the South Wales Gazette dated 05th February 1943 - funeral report South Wales Gazette 12 February 1943.

DEAN. ALFRED JOHN - Able Seaman - Z 2791 - Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve - 32 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

DEAN. JOHN CHARLES - Gunner - 199895 - 2nd Battalion, Royal Garrison Artillery - 28 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DEANHEART. FREDERICK - Lance Corporal - 33202 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Los Angeles, California, United States of America, - enlisted at Abertillery, resident of 79 Stanfield Street, Cwm, Ebbw Vale - died 29th August 1918 of wounds - buried at Contalmaison Chateaux Cemetery, Somme, France - memorial reference,- I B 44 - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunlwyd Districts Book of Remembrance, Gwent Family History Society Library, Newport Branch.

DEASY. JAMES - Private - 5578 - Royal Munster Fusiliers - 169 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DENFORD. JOHN THOMAS - Lance Corporal - 2110 - B Company 1st/3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - age 22 - born in Redcliffe, Bristol, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Abergavenny, - resided 6 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - son of Francis and Florence E. Denford of Bristol, Gloucestershire, brother of Thomas George Denford who also gave his life for his country - died 29th December 1915 - buried at Ferme-Olivier Cemetery, Elverdinghe, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Plot 2 Row E Grave 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’- Pictured South Wales Argus dated 24th June 1915 and pictured South Wales Gazette dated 25th February 1916.   

DENFORD. HENRY FRANCIS - Private - 290498 - 4th Monmouthshire Regiment - brother of John and Thomas, - 6 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DENFORD, THOMAS GEORGE - Private 2109 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Redcliffe, Bristol, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Abergavenny, - 6 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery - son of Francis and Florence E. Denford of Bristol, Gloucestershire, brother of John Thomas Denford who also gave his life for his country - died 22nd May 1915 - buried at Harlebeke New British Cemetery, Harelbeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - I D 11 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured with brothers Henry and John in the South Wales Argus dated 24th June 1915 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 17 December 1915.

DENNING. FRANCIS - Driver - 907 - Royal Field Artillery, - 11 Glandwr Street, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

DENNING. HOWARD, M - 2 New High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.
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DENNIS. JOSEPH - Private - 71022 - 6th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 52 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DENT. ALBERT EDWARD - Private - 177388 - Machine Gun Corps - formerly 34815, 7th Gloucestershire Regiment - born Hartpury, Gloucester, - enlisted Abertillery, - died 15th October 1918 - buried at Mhow New Cemetery, India, - grave reference - Plot U Row 2 Grave 4.

DENTRY. WILLIAM - Private - 47971 - 3rd Mon Reg - 15 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DENYER. WILLIAM - Sapper - 175711 - Royal Engineers - 9 Upper Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DERHAM. GEORGE - Private - 5476 - 8th Worcestershire Regiment - formerly worked at Arael Griffin Colliery and pictured South Wales Gazette dated 23rd February 1917.

DERRICK. EDGAR FRANCIS - O C 3 - D/LX 20245 - Royal Navy - 16 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters.

DERRICK. FRANK - Driver - 384935 - Army Service Corps - 2 Parsons Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DERRICK. GOMER - Able Seaman - J58071 - HMS “Biarritz” - 15 Ashfield Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DIAMOND. FRANK - Private - 58666 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - “Craigengar”, Brynithel, - 1918 absent voters.

DIAMOND. THOMAS - Private - 265941 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - “Craigengar”, Brynithel, - 1918 absent voters.

DIBBLE. GEORGE - Private - 260435 - 10th Gloucestershire Regiment - 2 Fair View Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DICKS. CHARLES WILLIAM - Private - F 241521 - Royal Air Force - 26 Richmond Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DICKS. TOM - Private - 8055 - 2nd Welsh Regiment - son of Harriet Partridge Dicks of Park Street, Hawkesbury Upton, Badminton, Gloucestershire, - worked at Arael Griffin Colliery, - died 12 November 1914 - age 28 - commemorated Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - reference Panel 37 - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 18th June 1915.

DICKS. WILLIAM G - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DIDCOCK. ERNEST JAMES - Private - 73066 - Royal Defence Corps - 67 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DIMMICK, WILLIAM JOHN - Lance Corporal - 193 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Blaina, enlisted at Blaina, resident of Newport; son of Henry and Sarah Dimmick of 25 Part Street, Blaina, husband of Amy Lewis (formerly Dimmick) of 18 Chapel Street, Abertillery; brother of Albert Dimmick who also gave his life for his country, educated at Blaina Boys School - died 11th May 1915 - age 25 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the Blaina Boys School Roll of Honour, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - commemorated on the United Reform Church Roll of Honour, Gladstone Street, Blaina - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

DIX. F W - Private 7667 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

DIX. SAMUEL JAMES - Private - 21305 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 47 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DIX. T - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

DIXON. ALBERT CHARLES - Gunner - 1153 - Royal Field Artillery - 15 Maesycnew Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters

DIXON. FRED - 8 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DIXON. REGINALD JOHN - Able Seaman - W2/4676 - c/o 31st Mess, Dover - 7 Argyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DIXON. SYDNEY - Bombardier - 51923 - 137th Royal Garrison Artillery - 1 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DOBBINS. ELBERT, W - 63 Bourneville Road, - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery

DOBBINS. WALTER - Private - 33058 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - husband of Harriett Dobbins of 30 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - born in Hereford, Herefordshire, - died at Mametz Wood on the 10th July 1916  - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

DOBSON. GEORGE - Sapper - 2113201 - 253 Field Company, Royal Engineers - born in Abertillery and educated at Bryngwyn School, Six Bells, - son of Mr and Mrs H I Dobson of 26 Ashtree Road, Old Hill, Staffordshire, - died 08 August 1944 - commemorated Bayuex War Cemetery, Calvados, France, - grave reference XX F 14 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th September 1944.

DOBSON. HENRY - Private - 223801 - 237 Employment Company - 13 Hill Street, Penybont, - 1918 absent voters.

DOBSON. HERBERT JOHN - Private - 76337 - 6th Tank Corps - 13 Hill Street, Penybont, - 1918 absent voters.

DOEL. GEORGE - Private 7699 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

DOLLIN. WILLIAM PHILIP - Private - 88762 - 3rd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers son of Mr. F. Dollin of 31 Dean Lane, Southville, Bristol, Gloucestershire - died 27th October 1918 - buried at Montay-Neuilly Road Cemetery, Montay, Nord, France - memorial reference, - III B 22 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

DONALD. HERBERT JAMES - Driver - T/4078903 - Royal Army Service Corps - son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Donald of Meadow Street, Llanhilleth died 30th December 1942 - age 22 - buried at Tripoli War Cemetery, Libya - memorial reference, - 10 C2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 26th February 1943.

DONALD. THOMAS - Private - 1735 - Grenadier Guards - 4 The Crescent, Brynithel, - 1918 absent voters.

DONALD. WILLIAM - Lance Corporal - 266730 - 6th Welsh Regiment - 4 The Crescent, Brynithel, - 1918 absent voters.

DONALDSON. HARRY, A  - 4A Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DORE. FRANCIS G - 55 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DOUGHTY. HERBERT CHARLES - Pioneer - WR 328850 - Inland Waterways - 9 Llwynon Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DOUGHTY. JOHN, W - Private - 17908 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 13 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - previously worked at Abertillery Tin Works - discharged 24th November 1917.

DOUGLAS. ARTHUR - Private - 1486 - 1ST Welsh Regiment - 9 Mount Pleasant Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DOUGLAS. EDMUND - Private - 139568 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 9 Mount Pleasant Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DOUGLAS. JOHN - Private - 62806 - 15th South Lancashire Regiment - 32 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DOUGLAS. REGINALD - Rifleman - 227916 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 24 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DOUGLAS. REGINALD - 184 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1938 absent voters.

DOUGLAS. W - Private 7661 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

DOUGLAS. WILLIAM HENRY - 8142 - South Wales Borderers 24th foot - enlisted 1903.

DOUGLAS. WILLIAM HENRY (MM) - Sapper 139181- 175th Tunnelling Company Royal Engineers died 24th September 1917 - buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference, - III I 13A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

DOVEY. ERNEST - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

DOWDING. THOMAS J - 9 Gelli Crug Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

DOWLING. CYRIL - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

DOWNES. JAMES - “Kenilworth”, Commercial Road, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

DOWNES. ROBERT - Private - 4th Monmouthshire Regiment - 24 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DOYLE. WILLlAM - Sergeant - 2733448 - 3rd Battalion Welsh Guards - son of Edward and Catherine Doyle of 14 Evelyn Street, Abertillery and husband of Nora Doyle of 9 Regent Street, Abergavenny, employed as a Police Constable in the Monmouthshire Constabulary - died 27th May 1944 - age 33 - buried at Cassino War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference, - VIII B 5 - commemorated in the Abergavenny Memorial List, Gwent County Archives, County Hall, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran - commemorated on the Monmouthshire Constabulary Memorial, Police Headquarters, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 23rd February 1945.

DRAKE. GEORGE - Private - 44952 - 12th/13th Battalion Northumberland Fusilieers - son of Eliza Sullivan (formerly Drake) of 2 Soudan Terrace, Oak Street, Abertillery - died 27th May 1918 - age 25 - commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

DRAKE. WILLIAM GEORGE - QMS - 103 Princess Street, Abertillery, - educated Queen Street, Bryngwyn and Abertillery Grammar Schools - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 16 April 1943.

DRAPER. JOHN WESLEY - Gunner - 218589 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 16 Hill Street, Penybont, - 1918 absent voters.

DREW. HARRY EDWARD - Lance Corporal - 14055 - 7th South Wales Borderers - 1 Norman Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DREW. SIDNEY FRANK - Lance Corporal - 14054 - 7th South Wales Borderers - born in Tottenham London, Middlesex, enlisted at Newport, son of George and Mary Ann Drew of Walthamstow, London, Middlesex, husband of Mary Gertrude Drew of 1 Norman Street, Abertillery, - served in the South African Campaign - died in Salonika 18th September 1918 - age 38 - buried at Doiran Military Cemetery, Greece - memorial reference, - V D 28 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

DREWITT. WILLIAM HENRY - Leading Seaman - D/M 37608 - Royal Navy - 21 Clarence Street, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters.

DRIVER. WILLIAM DANIEL - Sergeant - 1945 - Army Gym Staff - 99 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DUDLEY. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 203256 - Lancashire Fusiliers - husband of Olive Dudley of 8 Crook Hill, Cwmtillery - died 19th November 1920 - age 23 - buried Sale Cemetery, England, grave reference W 4902.

DUFFIELD. HENRY JAMES - Private - 60127 - Monmouthshire RB - 13 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DUFFIELD. WILLIAM EWART - Private - 30354 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers- born in Pontywaun, enlisted at Abertillery, - died 3rd December 1917 - commemorated on the Cambrai Memorial, Louverval, Nord, France - memorial reference, - Panel 5 - commemorated on the Cwmcarn and Pontywaun Memorial, Ivor Street, Cwmcarn.

DUGGAN. HENRY ARTHUR - Ordinary Seaman - J/86682 - HMS “Vivid” - Royal Navy - 107 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DUNNE. THOMAS FRANCIS - Lance Corporal - 8907 - Rifle Brigade - husband of Mrs Ada Revill (Formerly Dunne) of 11 Troy Road, Llanhilleth, - died 20th October 1915 - aged 31 - buried at Chester Farm Cemetery, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.grave reference 1 G 21.

DURBIN. DAVID, T - L Sergeant - 265164 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 9 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

DURBIN. WILLIAM GABRIEL - Corporal - 1429 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Treforest, Glamorgan, enlisted at Llanhilleth, son of George and Ann Durbin of 9 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth - died of wounds 10th July 1916 - age 20 - buried at St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference - A 25 5 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - obituary in The Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 11th June 1915 - pictured Western Mail dated 03 August 1916.

DUTNALL. JOSEPH- Gunner - 246873 - Royal Field Artillery, - 25 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters

DYER. EWART WILFRED - Private - 23194 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 30 Granville Street, Abertillery, - son of Bertha Dyer of 100 Wellington Street, Canton, Cardiff, - died 23rd August 1917 - age 23 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 65 to 66 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 28th September 1917.

DYKE. WILLIAM - Private - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 2 Upper Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

DYKINS. WILLIAM HAYDN - Lance Corporal - 3/86008 - 51st Manchester Regiment - 23 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

DYMOND. GEORGE - Sapper - 197623 - Royal Engineers - 55 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.
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EADY. E T - South Wales Borderers - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

EAGER. JOHN PIRRIE - Private - 290307 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment formerly Private 1832 of the 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Cheltenham, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of St. Albans, Hertfordshire - died 2nd May 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

EARDLEY. WILLIAM THOMAS - Ordinary Seaman - WZ/3843 - HMS “Patrol” - 27 Portland Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EASLEY. EDWARD - Private - 38928 - 2nd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - previously 11920 South Wales Borderers - husband to Gladys May Easley of 3 Vine Cottages, Pantypwdn, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters - died 06 May 1922 - age 45 - Register of Burials - 2/021 - Military Funeral at St. Pauls Churchyard Cemetery, Cwmtillery - funeral notice South Wales Gazette dated 12th May 1922

EASLEY. GORDON - Flying Officer - 103574 - 207 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Edward and Gladys May Easley of Abertillery - died 11th August 1942 - age 21 - commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, Cooper’s Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey - memorial reference, - Panel 66 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery.

EASON. JACK - 16 Richmond Road, Six Bells, Abertillery - listed on the 1945 absent voters.

EASON. RICHARD - Private - 31977 - Welsh Regiment - Norman House, Warm Turn, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

EASON. WILLIAM - Air Mechanic - 118319 - RAF - 59 Richmond Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EASTEY. E - Corporal - 38928 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - currently unable to trace suggest Easley Edward is the correct war memorial listing.

EASTON. WALTER PATERSON, - Rifleman - 53161 - New Zealand Rifle Brigade, - a native of Auchenheath, Lanarkshire, Scotland, - son of James and Agnes Easton, 97 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - Died 16th November 1917, - age 29, - buried Tyne Cot Military Cemetery, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - revered in a family notice, the Aberdare Leader, dated 22nd November 1919.

EATWELL. IDRIS JOHN - Private - 58643 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 41 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EATWELL. VICTOR JAMES - Private - 58574 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 4 Maesycnew Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EDDY. EDWARD THOMAS - Private - 4076867 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - formerly worked at the Vivian Colliery, Abertillery, - died 10th September 1944 - age 34 - buried St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine Maritime, France, - grave reference - Block “S” Plot 1 Row H Grave 9 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 20th October 1944.

EDGE. LANCELOT HARRY - Able Seaman - Wales Z/3230 - Hood Battalion Royal Naval Division Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - son of G. T. and Hannah Edge of 17 Hyde Street, Llanhilleth - died 23rd April 1917 at Gavrelle, France - age 23 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Bay I - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Newbridge - commemorated on the Newbridge Memorial, St. Fagan's Folk Museum, Cardiff, Glamorganshire - commemorated on the Celynen Collieries Roll of Honour, Celynen Collieries Workmen’s Institute, Newbridge - commemorated on the Zion United Reform Church Memorial, High Street, Newbridge.

EDGELL. REGINALD CHARLES - Private - G/76298 -  London Regiment (Royal Fusileers) - 57 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDMONDS. GEORGE - Rifleman - 5681989 - 1st (Airborne) Battalion Royal Ulster Rifles  - son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Edmonds of Edgware, Middlesex - died 12th July 1944 - age 22- buried at La Delivrande War Cemetery, Douvres, Calvados, France - memorial reference, - IV B 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

EDMONDS. GLYN GEOFFREY - Driver - T/260746 - 250 Airborne Division, Royal Army Service Corps - son of Alfred and Blodwen Edmonds - died in North Africa - 02 August 1943 - age 21 - buried Enfidaville War Cemetery, Tunisia, - grave reference - III B 31 - was also remembered on the family grave reference 210 at Blaenau Gwent Chapelyard, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 20th August 1943.

EDMUNDS. ALBERT - Private - 13549 - (MT) A S C - 19 Gaen Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

EDMUNDS. ALFRED - Lance Corporal - 290684 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 24 Newtown, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDMUNDS. CHARLES - 13 King Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDMUNDS. COURTENAY - Private – 34713 - Kings’ Shropshire Light Infantry - Commercial Square, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

EDMUNDS. COURTNEY VINCENT - Spring Cottages, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

EDMUNDS. DAVID - Driver - 19529 - Royal Field Artillery - 3 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

EDMUNDS. DAVID JOHN - Private - 4078804 - 12th (10th Battalion The Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) Battalion Parachute Regiment Army Air Corps - son of David and Mary Edmunds of Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery - died on 29th May 1944 - age 23 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery - memorial reference, - Block 2 Section A Grave 2041 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1944.

EDMUNDS. EDGAR - Private - 1621 - 54th Battalion Australian Infantry Australian Imperial Forces - born in Abertillery; son of Ebenezer and Mrs. Edmunds of 160 Kent Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia - died 2nd October 1918 - age 27 - buried at Bellicourt British Cemetery, Aisne, France - memorial reference, - V L 8.

EDMUNDS. EDGAR SAMUEL - Private - 854818 - Royal Engineers - 19 Gaen Street, Abertillery - wounded at Ypres and Neuve Chapelle - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 13th August 1915.

EDMUNDS. LLEWELLYN (POW) - Royal Lane, Abertillery, - Java.

EDMUNDS. RONALD - 22 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDMUNDS. WILLIAM HENRY - Surgeon - Royal Navy - HMS “Pembroke” - only son of J.and H. A. Edmunds of Hilgay, Brockweir, Gloucestershire, formerly of the Paddocks, Glascoed - buried at Kingswood Wesleyan Methodist Burial Ground, Bristol, Gloucestershire - died 4th October 1916 - age 27 - commemorated on a Special Memorial at Greenbank Cemetery, Bristol, Gloucestershire - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - obituary in the Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 3rd November 1916.

EDMUNDS. WILLIAM JOHN - Sapper - 648290 - 5th Canadian Railway - 73 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.
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EDWARDS. AARON (MM & Croix de Guerre) - Sergeant - 4189379 - Reconnaisance Corps - Royal Armoured Corps, - 21 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - born Pontypool 1912 - prior to the war served in Gibraltar and China and was evacuated at Dunkirk - lost his father in WW1 - citation London Gazette dated 10th July 1945, issue 37172, page 3593, - pictured receiving his Military Medal and the ribbons of the Croix de Guerre from Field Marshal Montgomery in the South Wales Argus - citation South Wales Gazette 13 July 1945.

EDWARDS. ALBERT CHARLES - Private - 266866 - 16th Devonshire Regiment - 111 Under Oak Street, also listed 4 Coronation Terrace, Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. ALFRED - Able Seaman - WZ 2961 - “President”, Division III - 21 Church Street, Abertillery, - also listed at 2 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. ALLAN - 14 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. ARCHIE (MM) - Lance Corporal 22737 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 20 Oxford Street, Abertillery, - presented with the Military Medal by the King - London Gazette 06th July 1917, Issue 30172, page 6829 - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. ARTHUR - Private - 18376 - 2nd Royal Irish Rifles - 40 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. BERT - Gunner - 260510 - Royal Field Artillery - 13 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. BRINLEY - Private - 227859 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 68 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. CHARLES JOSEPH - Driver - 20933 - Royal Field Artillery - served Egypt - discharged 18.08.1917 - service number and unit see CADWALLADER. H.

EDWARDS. CLEEVELY - 16 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. DAVID LLEWELLYN - Sergeant - 8447 - Machine Gun Corps - 21 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. DAVID THOMAS - Private - 43989 - 14th Worcestershire Pioneers - 11 Duffryn Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. DONALD - 14 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. E - Able Seaman - Royal Navy - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EDWARDS. EBENEZER - Private - 24235 - South Wales Borderers - 5 The Crescent, Brynithel, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. EBENEZER JAMES - Driver - 15731 - 7th South Wales Borderers - 10 Harcourt Terrace, Warm Turn, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. ENOCH - Private - 257763 - Army Service Corps - 27 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. ERNEST - Bugler - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - youngest son of Walter Edwards of 2 Brewery Row, Aberbeeg, who gave his life for his country, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11th June 1915.

EDWARDS. FRED - Private - 94232 - 16th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusilieers - son of John and Elizabeth A Edwards of 5 Mount Pleasant Cottages, Pontypwdyn, Abertillery - born in Garndiffaith, Pontypool, - played rugby for Abertillery RFC - died 3rd November 1918 - age 29 - buried at Forest Communal Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - C 11 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 20 December 1918.

EDWARDS. HAROLD ARTHUR - Private - 11078 - 2nd Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Mr.and Mrs. William Edwards of 21 Newtown, Abertillery - died 22nd December 1914 - age 20 - commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazettes dated 04 June 1915 & 31 March 1916.

EDWARDS. HARRY - Private - 33330 - South Wales Borderers - 17 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. HARRY - 70 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. HARRY, V - Private - 61336 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 1A High Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. HENRY, C - 22 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. HENRY, E - 3 King Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. IRENE G - 18 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 28th January 1944.

EDWARDS. JACK, G - 4 High Street, Llanhilleth, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. JAMES - Private - 21068 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 3 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - husband to Edith Slocombe (nee Bright and previously Edwards) - enlisted at Abertillery prior to transfer to Colwyn Bay, Denbighshire - died at Mametz Wood on the 10th July 1916 - listed as leaving a wife and 4 children in the South Wales Gazette dated 28 July 1916 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - 4A - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - pictured in The Western Mail dated 24th July 1916.

EDWARDS. JOHN S - 80 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. JOHN T - Private - 20517 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Cwm, Ebbw Vale, son of John and Rhoda Edwards of 5 Railway View, Cwm - died April 19th 1916 - age 28 - buried at Rue-Du-Bacquerot (13th) London Graveyard, Laventie, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - E 4 - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunlwyd Districts Book of Remembrance - commemorated on the St. Andrew’s Church Memorial, Beaufort Hill, Ebbw Vale.

EDWARDS. JOHN V - 17 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. KENNETH - 86 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. LEWIS - Private - 33272 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Bedwellty, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Nantyglo - died 1st August 1917 - buried at New Irish Farm Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - XXII C 17 - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Anne’s Church Memorial, Nantyglo.

EDWARDS. PERCIVAL - Private - 76354 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 4 High Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. PERCY - Private - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - eldest son of Walter Edwards of 2 Brewery Row, Aberbeeg, who gave his life for his country, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11th June 1915.

EDWARDS. REGINALD JOHN - Electrical Artificer First Class - P/M 39321 - Royal Navy - HMS “Kashmir” - son of John and Kate Edwards, husband of Enid Emmeline Edwards of 38 Castle Street, Abertillery - vessel lost of the coast of Greece - died 23rd May 1941 - age 41  - commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea Common, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire - memorial reference, - Panel 57 Column 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

EDWARDS. RICHARD - Private - 307374 - Lancashire Fusiliers - 14 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. ROBERT - Gunner - 19934 - Royal Field Artillery - 11 Roseberry Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. S - Driver T/231520 - Royal Army Service Corps - died 7th July 1948 - age 38 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery.

EDWARDS. SETH - 44 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. SIM - 1st Cheshire Regiment - 31 Newtown, Abertillery, - brother of David Llewellyn and Harold Arthur Edwards - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 31st March 1916.

EDWARDS. SYDNEY - Private - 21927 - South Wales Borderers - 24 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. SYDNEY - Able Seaman - J58075 - HMS “Victorious” - 19 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. THOMAS REES - Gunner - 278874 - 2nd Res Brigade Artillery, - Vernon House, Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. WALTER - Sergeant - 740 - 1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 2 Brewery Row, Aberbeeg - son of Owen Edwards and worked at Webbs, Aberbeeg, - died 4th May 1915 - buried at La Brique Military Cemetery No. 2, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - I G 35 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11th June 1915.

EDWARDS. WILFRED - Training Reserve - 5/186406 - TRB 116 - 70 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. WILLIAM - Sergeant - South Wales Borderers - 4 Old Penybont Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. WILLIAM - 28 Regent Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. WILLIAM ARTHUR - 40 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery - 1938 and 1945 absent voters.

EDWARDS. WILLIAM CHARLES - Private - 3/25557 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Worcester, Worcestershire, enlisted at Newport, - died 6th April 1916 - buried at Mesnil Ridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France - memorial reference, - B 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

EDWARDS. WILLIAM JAMES - Corporal - 21167 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 5 Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

EDWARDS. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 241663 - 1st Devonshire Regiment - “Inglewood”, Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ELIAS. RICHARD - Able Seaman - Wales Z/290 - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - HMS “Queen Mary” - residing 129 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg and son of Moses and Jane Elias of Bristol, - former husband of Beatrice Seabright (Elias) of 93 Lewis Street, Crumlin - vessel lost at the Battle of Jutland - died 31 May 1916 - age 40  - commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Plymouth Hoe, Plymouth, Devon - memorial reference - Panel 19 - commemorated on the Hafodyrynys Miners’ Welfare Association Memorial Gates, Memorial Garden and Community Hall, Hafodyrynys - commemorated on the Crumlin Memorial, Mining School Hill, Crumlin.

ELKINS. IVOR - 30 Coronation Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ELKINS. RAYMOND GEORGE - Sergeant - 976368 - 103 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Sidney and Gertrude Annie Elkins of Abertillery - died 21st April 1943 - age 23 - buried at Esbjerg (Fourfelt) Cemetery, Denmark - memorial reference, - A 10 21 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Salem Chapel Memorial, High Street, Blaina - commemorated on the Ebenezer Chapel Memorial, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - commemorated on the Old Hafodyddol School Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina.

ELKINS. TREVOR - Private - 53569 - 15th Cheshires’ - 7 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ELLAWAY. JOSEPH (MM) - Sergeant - 14526 - 6th South Wales Borderers - 18 King Street, Abertillery, - citation in the London Gazette dated 08th August 1916, issue 29701, page 7887, - picture and article South Wales Gazette dated 13th October 1916.

ELLAWAY. JOSEPH - 37 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ELLIS. JOSHUA - Private - 1504 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of Elizabeth Ellis, husband of Sarah Evans (formerly Ellis) of 9 Hafod Van Terrace, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 15th September 1914 at home of pneumonia - age 26 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery - memorial reference, - A I 501 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

ELSON. LIONEL, J - Private - 2715 - Monmouthshire Regiment, attached to Hill 60 - 7 Griffin Street, Six Bells, - treated for head gunshot wound 27th June 2015 at age 25 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 27th August 1915.

ELSON. SIDNEY,  J - Corporal - 1816 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment, attached to Hill 60 - 32 Cwm Street, Abertillery, -  treated for head gunshot wound 27th June 2015 at age 27 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 27th August 1915.

ELTON. JOHN WALTER - Sergeant - 227919 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 11 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EMANUEL. ARTHUR - 7 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

EMANUEL. ERNEST ROBERT - Gunner - 244834 - C Battery 161st Brigade Royal Field Artillery - died 2nd October 1918 - buried at Tincourt New British Cemetery, Somme, France - memorial reference, - VI G 23 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

EMANUEL. FRANCIS JOHN - Lance Corporal - 39288 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers formerly Private 3896 of the 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of Richard Edward and Miriam Louisa Emanuel of 36 Carlyle Street, Abertillery - died of pneumonia 3rd November 1918 - age 21 - buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference, - S III N 5 - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22nd November 1918.

EMANUEL. LESLIE - Gunner - 244834 - Royal Field Artillery - 136 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EMANUEL. MORGAN - Driver - 74099 - Trench Mortar Battery, RFA - 136 Alma Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 24th November 1916.

EMANUEL. PERCY - Lance Corporal - 20173 - 10th South Wales Borderers - brother to Morgan and son of Mr. D W Emanuel - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 24th November 1916.

EMANUEL. WILLARD - Private - 33247 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 58 Newall Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 -1918.

EMBLEM. FRED - Private - G20448 - The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) - born London and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 24 June 1917 - commemorated at the Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France, - memorial reference panel 15 to 19.

EMERY. OSWALD - Private - 58677 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 41 Granville Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EMMITT. WILLIAM - Driver - T3/ 027660 - Army Service Corps - 10 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EMMS. CYRIL - 12 Park Place, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EMMS. TOM - Private - 28130 - 9th Welsh Regiment - born Abertillery, June 1893 (Bedwelty 11a 71) - died 20th September 1917 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, West- Vlaanderen, Belgium, - reference Panels 93 to 94.

ENGLISH. HAROLD - 10 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ENOCH. DAVID - Private - 36277 - Somerset Light Infantry - 18 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ESCOTT. GILDYS - 22 Montague Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.
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EVANS. ALBION EDWIN - Private - 58301 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - Rose Cottage, Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. ANDREW - Sapper - 386718 - 7th Royal Engineers - 9 Spring Bank, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. BENJAMIN - Private - 13461 - South Wales Borderers - native of Carmarthenshire, - worked at Bon Marche, Abertillery, - Died, 13th April 1918, - age 24, - buried Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, - grave reference, - XXX111 G 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette 04 May 1917 & 19 April 1918.

EVANS. BRINLEY - 65 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. CHARLES - Private - 41532 - 777 Area Employment Company - 33 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. CLIFFORD GREGORY (POW) (MM) - Lance Corporal - 4078187 - South Wales Borderers - 20 Darran Road, Abertillery, - Prisoner of War, Campo 78, Pulmona, Italy - escaped 1943 - military medal citation in the London Gazette dated 07th November 1944, issue 36785, page 5131 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. D R - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. DAVID - Gunner - 195407 - 51st Royal Garrison Artillery - 2 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. DAVID - Driver - 247844 - Royal Field Artillery - 91 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. DAVID JOHN - Driver - T4/040380 - Notts and Derby Field Artillery, - 37 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. DAVID, M - 19 High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. DAVID TOWY (MM) - Lieutenant - 17th King’s Liverpool Regiment - formerly 3709 Monmouthshire Regiment and 15th Cheshire Regiment, - Ty Bryn House, Ty dan y wal Road, Cwmtillery, - son of Reverend Thomas Towy and Mary Evans - citation London Gazette dated 30th January 1920, supplement 31764, page 1375 - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. E - Private - Royal Field Artillery - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EVANS. EDGAR - Private - 9730 - 74th Lancashire Fusiliers - 57 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. EDGAR - Private - 14377 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers - Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - died 20th April 1918 - buried at Haringhe (Bandaghem) Military Cemetery, Poperinghe, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference,  - V C 10 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EVANS. EDWIN - Private - 105592 - Royal Field Artillery - 18 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. EDWIN D - 12 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. ERNEST - Lance Sergeant - 26310 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers born in Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, enlisted at Newport, husband of Daisy Williams (formerly Evans) of 14 Coronation Road, Abertillery, uncle of Archdeacon Evans, educated at Blaina Boys School - died 17th July 1916 - age 39 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Blaina Boys School Roll of Honour, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - commemorated on the St. John’s Church Memorial, Griffin Road, Six Bells, Abertillery - obituary in the Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 18th August 1916.

EVANS. EVAN JOHN - Private - 42615 - 2/6 Manchester Regiment - 18 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. FRANK WILLIAM - 2nd Pilot - 162657 - Royal Air Force - 6 Lancaster Villas, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. FREDERICK - 35 Coronation Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. GEORGE ARTHUR - Sapper - WR/330835 - Royal Engineers - 42 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. GEORGE GRIFFITH - 61 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1938 absent voters.

EVANS. GEORGE HENRY - Gunner - 259140 - Royal Field Artillery - 3 Soudan Terrace, Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

EVANS. GERALDIS JOHN - Private - 60267 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 25 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. GLYN M - 21 Under Houses, Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. GWYN - 20 Darran Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. GWYN E - 8 New High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. HARRY - 25 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. HARRY PERCY - Signalman 310 - WZ3304 - HMS “Vivid” - 10 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. IEUAN P - 67 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters

EVANS. IVOR - Cook - D/MX 45929 - Royal Navy - 18 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters - served 1939 - 1945.

EVANS. J W (DCM) - Driver - Royal Field Artillery - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EVANS. JAMES (POW) - Private - 290064 - South Wales Borderers - 2 Edward Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 09th March 1917.

EVANS. JAMES H - 1 Bywaters Row, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. JAMES MILES - Private - 59587 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 29 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

EVANS. JOHN, M - "Sylverton", Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. JOSEPH - South Wales Borderers - 37 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. KENNETH, S - 5 High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. LEONARD ARTHUR - 16 Darran Road, Abertillery, - 1938 absent voters.

EVANS. LESLIE - Private - 3908172 - 2nd Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment - son of George Arthur and Alice Maud Evans, - husband of Evelyn May Evans of Radipole, Dorsetshire - died 4th May 1944 - age 32 - buried at Kohima War Cemetery, India - memorial reference, - 7 D 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. LEWIS - Private - 105117 - 176th Labour Co - 87 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. MALCOLM B A - 4 Cross Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS. MYRDDIN, (SIR GUILDHAUME) - Lieutenant - South Wales Borderers - seriously wounded France and Flanders - second son of Reverend Thomas Towy and Mary Evans of Ty Bryn House, Ty dan y Wal Road, Cwmtillery, - educated Cwmtillery Elementary School and Abertillery Grammar School, - awarded the KCMG in 1947 - pictured National Portrait Gallery 1949.

EVANS. PAUL - Private - 69827 - 14th Royal Welsh Fusiliers, - Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. PERCY - Private - 1815 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Hereford, Herefordshire, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Penpergwm, Abergavenny - died 11th May 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 50 - commemorated on the Abergavenny and District Memorial, Town Hall, Cross Street, Abergavenny - commemorated on the Neville Hall Hospital Memorial Scroll, Hospital Chapel, Brecon Road, Abergavenny - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

EVANS. RAYMOND - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. REDVERS CHARLES - 91 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1938 absent voters.

EVANS. RHYS TREVOR - 2nd Lieutenant - 2404 - 4th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - Gelli Crug House, Abertillery, - son of Mary Ann Evans of “St. Enid”, Suffolk Place, Porthcawl and the late Tom Evans - died 01st September 1917 - age 21 - commemorated at the Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - reference panels 63 to 65 - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 12 September 1917 & South Wales Gazette dated 14 September 1917.

EVANS. SAMUEL - Private - 3/26831 - 4th South Wales Borderers - born Cwmtillery, - died 10th August 1916 - buried at Amara War Cemetery, Iraq, - grave reference - III A 9.

EVANS. T - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. THOMAS - Corporal - 265465 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Cwmcarn, enlisted at Llanhilleth - died of wounds 24th December 1917  - buried at Rocquigny-Equancourt Road British Cemetery, Manancourt, Somme, France - memorial reference, - VII E 27 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EVANS. THOMAS HENRY - Private - S 314996 - Army Service Corps - Old Post Office, Graig Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. TREVOR - 32 Castle Street, Abertillery, - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

EVANS. W - Private - Welsh Regiment - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EVANS. WILLIAM - Private - 37085 - D/150 Royal Field Artillery - 18 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. WILLIAM D H - Rolling Mill, Church Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

EVANS WILLIAM EDWARD JAMES - Private - 23786 - 15th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Edward and Ellender Evans of 12 Maesyenew Terrace, Llanhilleth, - died 21st April 1918 - age 22 - buried at Millencourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France - memorial reference, - D 44 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EVANS. WILLIAM JOHN - Corporal - 8089 - 51st Cheshire Regiment - 108 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

EVANS. WILLIAM JOHN aka IANTO (MM) - Driver - 29875 - Royal Field Artillery - died 06th June 1917 - citation London Gazette dated 19th December 1916, issue 29873, page 12443 - commemorated at HAC Cemetery, Ecoust-St Mein, Pas de Calais France, - grave reference II E 5 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmen’s Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

EVERLEY. EDGAR MERVYN (BILL) - Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers - RAF Padgate - 2 Clarence Street, Abertillery, - born 17th June 1916 - died 13th February 2005 - husband of Beatrice May Hutchings - worked on the Catalina flying boat which later found The Bismark - 1945 absent voters.

EWINS. ARTHUR - Private - 33087 - 11th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Worcester, Worcestershire, enlisted at Abertillery, - died in the first attack on Mametz Wood on the 7th July 1916 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A.


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