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LEWIS. FRANK - Private - 46481 - 12th Welsh Regiment - Wilcote Villa, Warm Turn, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. FREDERICK MORLEY (FRED) - Private - 53821 - 9th Battalion Welsh Regiment formerly Private 3142 of the 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - died 4th February 1918 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 7A and 10A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. John’s Church Memorial, Griffin Road, Six Bells, Abertillery.

LEWIS. GEORGE - Private - 41983 - 23rd Welsh Regiment - 66 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

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

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

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

LEWIS. HENRY - Stoker 1st Class - D/KX.77001 - Royal Navy - 42 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1930 absent voters.

LEWIS. HERBERT - Sergeant - 20077 - South Wales Borderers - 16 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. HERBERT ARTHUR - Private - 25541 - 4th Worcesters’ - 12 Eastville Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. HERBERT LLEWELLYN - Gunner - 155689 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 3 Under Gray Street, Abertillery, - worked for Refuge Insurance of Abertillery, - also listed at 36 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 19th April 1918.

LEWIS. ISAAC - Gunner - 81551 - Cadet Office School - 40 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. IVOR, J - Private - 2963 - 17th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - born Loughor, Carmarthenshire, - 26 Kings Head Terrace, Abertillery, - husband of Rose Lewis (nee Weeks) - former furnaceman at the tin works - died at number 17 Casualty Clearing Station, Remy Sidings, Poperinge, on the 1st January 1916 - buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - IV B 30 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

LEWIS. JACK, A - Private - 16321 - 7th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry - son of Mrs. Lewis of Raglan Road, Hengoed, Cardiff and husband to Margaret J Lewis of Red Rose Cottages, Cwmtillery, Monmouthshire, - died 13 November 1916 - age 36 - commemorated at Serre Road Cemetery No 1, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference 1 G 13.

LEWIS. JAMES - Private - 399963 - Mechanical Transport - 1 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. JAMES HENRY - Private - 23043 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Bedwellty, enlisted at Abertillery, - died 3rd April 1916 - buried at Guards Cemetery, Windy Ridge, Cuinchy, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - III P 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

LEWIS. JOHN - Private - 30038 - 6th South Wales Borderers - 34 Church Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. JOHN - Sergeant - 4180541 - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 57 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1930 absent voters - served 1939 - 1945.

LEWIS. JOHN A. - Private - 15134 - 6th Battalion Welsh Regiment formerly Private 3999 of the Monmouthshire Regiment - died of wounds 19th January 1917 - buried at Etretat Churchyard Extension, Etretat, 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 ‘With Rifle and Pick’

LEWIS. JOHN THOMAS - Ordinary Seaman - HMS “Chrysanthemum” - 11 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. JOHN WILLIAM - Corporal - 265152 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 5 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. JOSEPH HENRY - Private - 60636 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment, - 7 Harcourt Terrace, Warm Turn, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. JOSEPH HENRY - Captain - 17th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers attached to 1st/7th Battalion Cheshire Regiment - son of Mrs. E. Lewis of 64 King Street, Nantyglo, - worked at the Arael Griffin Colliery, Six Bells, - died 8th October 1918  - buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gouy, Aisne, France - memorial reference - VI D 19 - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Anne’s Church Memorial, Nantyglo - pictured South Wales Daily News dated October 1918.

LEWIS. JOSEPH LEONARD - Private - 4208307 - 6th (10th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers) Battalion Parachute Regiment Army Air Corps - son of Mrs. L. M. Lewis of 18 Glan Ebbw Terrace, Abertillery - drowned at sea 10th September 1943 - age 20 - buried at Bari War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference - II A 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22nd October 1943.

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

LEWIS. LEWIS - Private - 58747 - 3rd SWB - 165 Gladstone Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. LEWIS - Private - 267285 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 4 Hafodvan Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. LIONEL DANIEL - Major - Royal Engineers - The Croft, Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. MARTIN REGINALD - Corporal - DM2/155417 - Mechanical Transport - 195 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. MORGAN - Trooper - 2653 - Lord  Strathconas Horse - 2 Lydia Ann Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. NATHAN - Private - 2515 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Ynysybwl, Glamorganshire, enlisted at Pontypool, son of Albert and Kate Lewis of 57 Hafodarthen Road, Llanhilleth, brother of Albert who also gave his life for his country, - died of wounds 13th November 1915 - age 17 - buried at Mailly-Maillet Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France - memorial reference - B 20 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

LEWIS. PETER - Private - 20188 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of William and Ellen Lewis of 15 Gaen Street Abertillery, - 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.

LEWIS. PHILIP - Private - 17945 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 21 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. REGINALD (MM) - Sapper - 451937 - Royal Engineers - 14 Bridge Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - citation London Gazette dated 22nd July 1919, Issue 31469, Page 9361 - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. REGINALD - Private - 4798301 - 1st Linconshire Regiment - 47 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters.

LEWIS. RICHARD - Corporal - 46483 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - Denbeigh House, Warm Turn, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. RICHARD - Private - 203363 - Welsh Regiment - 2 Lydia Ann Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. ROGER - Clerk - 61456 - Royal Air Force - 2 Lydia Ann Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. THOMAS - Private - 315868 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 17 Upper Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. THOMAS (MM) - Lance Corporal - 2657 - Lord Strathconas Horse - son of Jane Lewis of 2 Lydia Ann Terrace, Aberbeeg - citation in the London Gazette dated 22nd February 1918, issue 30540, page 2437 - died 01 April 1918 - buried at the Namps-Au-Val British Cemetery, Somme, France, - grave reference - I K 3 - named in the South Wales Gazette dated 19th April 1918.

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

LEWIS. WILLIAM - Private - 38736 - 12th Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment - son of William and Mary Lewis of Ashtree Cottage, Brynawel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - died 24th August 1918 - age 25 - buried at Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt, Somme, France - memorial reference - IV E 29 - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

LEWIS.WILLIAM - Gunner - 25884 - B/75 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 31 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 -1918.

LEWIS. WILLIAM - Private - 33244 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 25 Cwmcynew, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. WILLIAM - Corporal - 265800 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 57 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters

LEWIS. WILLIAM ARTHUR - Private - 86786 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 60 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 20610 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 16 Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - entered the war in France 03rd December 1915 - treated for pneumonia 23rd April 1916 (at age 26) - discharged 08th October 1916 - died of pulmonary tuberculosis and military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 14 June 1918 - buried at the New Cemetery, Brynithel, - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

LEWIS. WILLIAM, J (MM) - Private - 18484 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - 36 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth - citation London Gazette dated 06th July 1917, issue 30172, page 6832.

LEWIS. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 290121 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 43 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 4081412 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - son of William John and Lily May Lewis of Abertillery - died 24th September 1945 - age 24 - buried at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Chapelyard - memorial reference - Row 29 Grave 84 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

LEWIS. WILLIAM T - Private - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 59 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

LEWIS. WILLIAM THOMAS - Private - 128889 - 524 HSE Company, Labour Corps - 15 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LEWIS. WYNDHAM - Lance Corporal - 20992 - B Company 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of Handle and Elizabeth Lewis of 16 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - formerly worked at Bon Marche, Abertillery, - died 31st July 1917 - age 20 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - Panel 22 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 17th March 1916 - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 01st September 1917.

LEYSHON. FREDERICK W J - 7 Clarence Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

LEYSHON. THOMAS - Private - 100795 - number 2 N A R D - Royal Air Force - 12 Park View, Abertillery, served 1914 - 1918.

LEYSHON. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 128841 - 115 Company, Machine Gun Corps, - Old Blaina Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LIDDINGTON. NORMAN - 2nd Air Mechanic - 119321 - Royal Air Force - 53rd Wing - 42 Portland Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LIDDINGTON. RAYMOND  - 16 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery - picture and article South Wales Gazette dated 11 September 1953.

LINDSEY. THOMAS PATRICK - Sergeant - 290274 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 38 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

LINES.WILLIAM JOHN - Able Seaman - SS 6498 - HMS “Donegal” - 82 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LINTERN. WILFRED TOM - Sapper - 158178 - 258 Tunneling Company, Royal Engineers - 50 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LIPPITT. THOMAS GEORGE - Private - 48154 - 130 (St. John) Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - Emlyn House, High Street, Llanhilleth, - husband of Emily (nee Cook) and father to Thelma - 1918 absent voters.

LIPPITT. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 60223 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - youngest son of Mr. George Lippitt of Emlyn House, High Street, Llanhilleth and step brother to George Crockett who also died - former pupil of Abertillery Grammar School and attended Richmond College, London, - discharged from the army February 1918 and died at home - age 19 - buried at Christchurch Cemetery, Aberbeeg on 10th July 1918, grave reference - plot 177 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - military funeral notice South Wales Gazette dated 12 July 1918.

LIPYEART. FRANK (MM) - Private - 6/25920 - South Wales Borderers - 7 River Row, Aberbeeg, - previously a foreman at Aberbeeg Colliery, - citation in the London Gazette dated 25th September 1917 issue 30312, page 10029, - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 06th September 1917.

LITTLE. EDITH - 58 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

LITTLE. EDWARD BRYNLEY (MM) - Lance Corporal - T161809 - Royal Army Service Corps - 45 Duke Street, Abertillery, - citation London Gazette dated 03rd August 1944, issue 36637, page 3604, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 23rd June 1944.

LITTAUR. MAX - 42 Church Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

LLEWELLYN. ARTHUR - Private - 6050 - 13th Battalion Rifle Brigade - son of Thomas and Sarah Llewellyn of 55 Blaenau Gwent Rows, Abertillery - a fine athlete who played rugby for Abertillery prior to joining the professional ranks of Leeds rugby league club, - died 1st June 1917 - age 24 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Bay 9 - 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 13 July 1917.

LLEWELLYN. CHARLES DANIEL - Sergeant - 16121 - 6th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 139 Alma Street, Abertillery and son of Mr.and Mrs. Simon Llewellyn of 15 Oak Street, Abertillery, - died 15th May 1916 - age 24 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Bay 6 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11th August 1916.

LLEWELLYN. IVOR JAMES - Private - 33320 - 11th South Wales Borderers - youngest son of the late Thomas Llewellyn, boilermaker and the late Jane Llewellyn, and beloved younger brother of Mrs. Sarah Jane Howells of 27 Prospect Place, Llanhilleth, - died at Mametz Wood on the 07th July 1916 - age 24 - commemorated at Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France, - grave reference - 1X D 8 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

LLEWELLYN. JOHN E - 70 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

LLEWELLYN. LLEWELLYN - 10 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

LLEWELLYN. TOM L - 17 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters

LLEWELLYN. WILLIAM HENRY - 14 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth - 1938 absent voters.

LLEWELLYN. WILLIAM, J - 6 Bryn Terrace, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

LLOYD. ARTHUR LEWIS - Private - 53214 - 9th Battalion Cheshire Regiment - 1 Wooden Houses, Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - son of Mrs. Mary Ann Lloyd of 25 Morley Road, Abertillery - died 31st May 1918 - age 23 - commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

LLOYD. DAVID - Private - 33119 - 11th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery and son of William and Jane Lloyd of Abertillery, - formerly worked for John Groves of Abertillery, - died in the first Mametz Wood attack on the 7th July 1916 - age 18 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - pictured earlier in the South Wales Gazette dated 19 May 1916.

LLOYD. EDWARD WALTER - 2nd Private - 241314 - Royal Air Force - 70 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LLOYD. GRIFFITH - 43 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LLOYD. HENRY - Private - 36003 - 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of John and Eliza Lloyd of 1 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, Abertillery, - died 25th May 1915 - age 17 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 37 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

LLOYD. HERBERT - Private - 267754 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 5 Cromwell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters,

LLOYD. IVOR JOHN - Private - M/205698 - Mechanical Transport - 5 Cromwell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LLOYD. JOHN - Private - 10606 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd of 23 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - died 6th April 1916 - age 27 - buried at Mesnil Ridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France - memorial reference, - F 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - pictured previously South Wales Gazette dated 28 January 1916.

LLOYD. JOHN - 43 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LLOYD. JOHN EDWARD - Private - 3162 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - son of John and Eliza Lloyd of Mitre Street, Abertillery, - died 29th December 1915 - age 20 - 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 Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

LLOYD. LESLIE REES - 54 Belmont Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1938 absent voters.

LLOYD. LEWIS - 43 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LLOYD. TOM - Private - 28742 - 1st Somersets, - 8 Norman Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters..

LLOYD W E - Private - South Wales Borderers - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

LLOYD. WILLIAM - son of Mr and Mrs William Lloyd and older brother of John Lloyd who gave his life for his country - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 19 May 1916.

LLOYD. WILLIAM (BILLY) HERBERT - Trooper - 7948634 - 1st Battalion Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Royal Armoured Corps - son of Ivor John and Annie or Susie Ethel Lloyd of Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - died 8th November 1943 - age 20 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery, - memorial reference, - Block 1 Section B Grave 83 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, - commemorated at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery.

LLOYD. WILLIAM, J - 16 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

LLOYD. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 267657 - South Wales Borderers - 11 Club Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LOCK. LEWIS - Private - 352053 - 512th Employment Company, Labour Corps - 79 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LOCK. SAMUEL - Gunner - 259013 - 8th Royal Field Artillery - 70 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LOCK. STANLEY G - 70 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

LOCKE. TREVOR A - 44 Upper Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

LOCKWOOD. HARRY FRANCIS - Private - 69469 - 11th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 74 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LODER. JOB - Private - 8444 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 51 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LOFTUS. THOMAS WILLIAM - Private - 1089 - 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers - son of John Loftus of 30 Central Road, Llanhilleth, - died 8th November 1914 - age 29 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 8 and 12 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

LONG. EDWARD - Lance Corporal - 2245 - 1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Hansbury, Oxfordshire, - enlisted at Pontypool, resident of Llanhilleth and worked at the Llanhilleth Collieries - son of Henry Long of Oxfordshire - died 18th March 1915 - age 23 - buried at Calvaire (Essex) Military Cemetery, Ploegsteert, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference - I K 7 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - obituary in the Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 30th April 1915.

LONG. GRANVILLE - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

LONG. HOWARD - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

LONG. LLEWELLYN - Private - 58610 - 5th South Wales Borderers - 11 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LONG. MOSTYN L C, - 65 Bourneville Road, - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

LONG. REES - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

LONG. TREVOR - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

LONGDEN. WILLIAM CHARLES - Gunner - 200149 - Royal Field Artillery, - 28 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

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

LONGHURST. MARGARET M - “Brynawel”, Melbourne Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

LONSDALE. RICHARD - Private - 16099 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born 1884 in Blackburn, Lancashire, enlisted at Newport, resident of Oldham, Lancashire, - died of wounds at The Somme on 26th July 1916  - buried at Albert Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France - memorial reference, - I K 18 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

LOTT. WILLIAM REES - Private - M/348530 - Army Service Corps - resident of Abertillery - son of Joseph and Annie Lott of 23 Mount Pleasant Terrace, Pontywaun, Monmouthshire, - died at home 14th October 1918 - age 20 - buried Risca Old Cemetery, Monmouthshire, - grave reference B. 439.

LOVELL. ARTHUR R. - Private - 21066 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Bitton, Gloucestershire, - enlisted at Abertillery, - husband of Susan Lovell (nee Cox) of 7 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - died at Mametz Wood on the 10th July 1916  - buried at Flatiron Copse Cemetery, Mametz, Somme, France - grave reference - VII F 2 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abercarn Central Memorial, Market Square, Abercarn.

LOVELL. FRED - Private - 59342 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 20 Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

LOVELL. VICTOR - Stoker - 288569 - HMS “Ambuscade” - 56 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

LOVELOCK. ALBERT H - 50 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

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

LOWING. GEORGE CHARLES - Lance Corporal - WR 22408 - 312th Company, Royal Engineers - 58 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LOWMAN. THOMAS - Private - 60054 - 1st RB Monmouthshire Regiment - Farm Incline, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

LOWRY. GUY – 35 Bourneville Road, Abertillery - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

LOWRY. JACK - Ordinary Seaman - P/JX 178988 - Royal Navy - HMS “Foylebank” - enlisted January 1940, only son of William and Blodwen Lowry of 2 Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - vessel lost in Portland Harbour - died 4th July 1940 of wounds - age 22 - buried at Christchurch Churchyard, Pendarren Road, Aberbeeg, Abertillery - memorial reference - Section F Grave 93 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - obituary in the Weekly Argus dated 13th July 1940 including photograph.

LOWRY. JOHN (JACK) - Able Seaman - SS/741(RFR/PO/B/3218) - HMS “Good Hope” - vessel lost in the East Pacific at the Battle of Coronel off the coast of Chile - died 1st November 1914 - commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Portsmouth, Hampshire - memorial reference - Panel 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

LOWRY. MARIE - 2 Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg - 1945 absent voters.

LOWRY. RONALD - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

LUCAS. BRINLEY DENNIS - Private - 58807 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 6A Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LUDLOW. FRED (POW) - Gunner - 1494220 - Royal Artillery - 8 Morley Road, Abertillery, - imprisoned Campo 73, Fossoli, Modena, Italy 1943 - imprisoned Stalag 11b Falingbstel. Germany 1945.

LUDLOW. WILLIAM - Private - 32188 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 12 Argyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LUMMAS. WILLIAM JAMES - 6 Cross Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 02 April 1943.

LUTON. WILLIAM - Sapper - 305281 - 2nd Reserve Battalion Royal Engineers - son of Frederick and Margaret Luton - died 15th July 1918 - age 38 - buried at Downend Cemetery, Mangotsfield, Gloucestershire - memorial reference - Red B 2999 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

LUXTON. HARRY - Private - 74069 - Royal Field Artillery - 5 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LUXTON. PHILIP - Private - 22289 - 2nd Battalion Welsh Regiment - 52 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - previously worked as a Mason at Penybont Colliery, - died 26th September 1915 - commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 77 and 78 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Argus dated 17th December 1915 - pictured and featured in the book “Letters from the Trenches” by Jacqueline Wadsworth.

LUXTON. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 41652 - East Yokshire Regiment - 22 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

LYDDON. FRED SMITH - Stoker - 290952 - HMS “Vivid” - 83 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LYNCH. PATRICK - Private - 32113 - South Wales Borderers - 27 East Side, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

LYNWOOD. SAMUEL - Lance Corporal - 32018 - 2nd Battalion South Lancashire Regiment - died 14th June 1917 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 37 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.
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McBEAN. GEORGE MERCHANT PHILIP - 2nd Air Mechanic - 111006 - Royal Air Force - 69 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

McCARTHY. ALBERT, L - 2 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

McCARTHY. WILLIAM, E - 6 New High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

McCARTHY. WILLIAM JOHN - Private 82 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment assigned to the mining attachment at Hill 60 - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of John and Amelia McCarthy of 19 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 2nd August 1915 of wounds - age 25 - buried at Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, Nord, France - memorial reference - IX C 7 - 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’

McCOLLEN. PERCIVAL PATRICK - Driver - Army Service Corps - 57 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

McCORMAC. SAMUEL - born Belfast and a resident of Abertillery, Monmouthshire - served as a doctor in the Dardanelles - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 08th October 1915.

McCULLOCK. DONALD - Private - 71983 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 34 Montague Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

McCULLOUGH. W - served 1914-1918 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

McCULLOUGH. WILLIAM JAMES - Lance Bombardier - 140573 - A/266th Royal Field Artillery - 12 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 18th February 1916.

MABEY. HARRY - Pioneer - WR 22415 - Royal Engineers - 15 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MABBOTT. DOROTHY - 24 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MACDONALD. TOM (MM) - Corporal - Machine Gun Corps - citation given in the South Wales Gazette dated 28th February 1919.

MACKENZIE. ALEXANDER EDWARD - Captain - Royal Army Medical Corps - “Oaklands”, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MAGGS. GEORGE - Driver - 83258 - B Battery 86 Brigade Royal Field Artillery - died 15th April 1916 - buried at La Gorgue Communal Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - II B 13 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

MAGNESS. JOSEPH WILLIAM - Stoker 1st Class - D/KX.75460 - Royal Navy - 19 Woodland Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1930 absent voters - served 1939 - 1945.

MAHONEY. BERNARD C - 37 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MAHONEY. WILLIAM - Private - 94062 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - previously 60008 1st Rifle Brigade, Monmouthshire Regiment - son of Patrick Mahoney, 54 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - aged 21 and buried at New Cemetery, Brynithel, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 23 September 1921.

MAINWARING. PETER J - 18 Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MALONEY. DANIEL - Private - 15406 - 7th South Wales Borderers - 12 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MALONEY. THOMAS CHARLES - Captain - Royal Indian Army Service Corps - husband to Lilian Maloney (nee Collings) of 34 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - son of William Maloney, ex landlord of the Bush Hotel, Abertillery, - former pupil of Abertillery Grammar School - died 05 February 1943 - commemorated Madras War Cemetery, Chennai, India - grave reference 6.A.12 - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial at St. Michaels Abertillery - listed South Wales Gazette both 12 & 19 February 1943.

MALPAS. WILLIAM - Driver - 452322 - Royal Engineers - 29 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MANGAM. WILLIAM - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

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

MANN. ALBERT - Driver - 830098 - Royal Field Artillery - 23 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MANN. AMOS - Gunner - 50631 - 24th Brigade Head Quarters Royal Field Artillery - died 26th April 1915 - buried at Chapelle-D'armentieres Old Military Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - A 28 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

MANN. ERNEST THOMAS - Private - 4078231 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Monmouthshire - died 16th July 1944 at Mondrainville - age 30 - buried at Brouay War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference - III H 17 - 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 List 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.

MANNING. RICHARD THOMAS - Gunner - 304275 - Tank Corps - 14 York Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MAPP. WILLIAM HENRY - Lance Corporal - 26587 - 5th South Wales Borderers - 10 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MARCH. GEORGE - Private - 265675 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 36 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MARKS. ABRAHAM - Private - 134435 - Royal West Surrey’s - 22 Church Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MARKS. EMANUEL - "St. Donats", Clytha Crescent, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MARSH. RICHARD - Private - 16068 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 1 Railway Terrace, Jubilee Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MARSH. WILLIAM - Private - 198361 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 18 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MARSHALL. CHARLES HENRY - Corporal - 64280 - 14th Battalion, Royal Field Artillery - died 14th June 1916 - buried Basra War Cemetery, Iraq - grave reference - VI Q 12 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MARSHALL. JOSEPH HENRY - age 25 - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 29 September 1922.

MARSTON. FRANCIS FRANK - Private - 6387 - Army Cycling Corps - 16 Clarence Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MARSTON. MAXIMILLIAN (DSC) - Sub Lieutenant - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - HMS “Grebe”- son of the late Mr E. Marston and Mrs M. Talbot of Princess Street, Abertillery, - citation in the London Gazette for bravery and skill in The Western Desert dated 04th May 1943, issue 36001, page 2007 - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 04th June 1943.

MARSTON. VICTOR JAMES - Sergeant - 47317 - 67th Brigade, 22nd Division, 11th Battalion Welsh Regiment - born in Abertillery and 3rd son of James William and Alice Marston of “Sandhurst” Clarence Street, Gelly Crug, Abertillery - educated at Abertillery County School and former worker at Penybont Colliery - died 18th September 1918 in Salonika - age 21 - buried at Doiran Military Cemetery, Greece - memorial reference - V F 29 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - named in the Roll of Honour published in the ‘Cardiff (PALS) Commercial (The Welsh Regiment) - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22nd November 1918.

MARTIN. HERBERT. - Private - 2556 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Abergavenny - died 2nd 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 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’

MARTIN. JOHN - Private - 351190 - 15th Essex Regiment - 138 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MASEY. WILLIAM P - Lance Corporal - 3/24962 - 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers - resident of 9 Garn Terrace, Waunllwyd, - son of William Philip and Louisa Masey of 21 Griffin Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 20th February 1917 - age 31 - buried at Amara War Cemetery, Iraq - memorial reference - XIII C 12 - 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.

MASKELL. SYDNEY CHARLES - Rifleman - R/16200 - Kings Royal Rifles - son of Mr. and Mrs Maskell Isolation Hospital Abertillery and worked in the sanitary department of the Abertillery and District Council - died 10 July 1917 - commemorated Nieuport Memorial, West-Vlaaanderen, Belgium, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 03rd August 1917.

MASLIN. RICHARD THOMAS - Private - 6583 - 2nd Battalion Gloucester Regiment - 2 Upper Griffin Street, Six Bells, - husband of Elizabeth Maslin of 18 Old Park Hill, St. Michael’s, Bristol, Gloucestershire - died 13th May 1915 - age 34 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 22 and 34 - 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 10 September 1915 & 03 November 1916.

MASLIN. WILLIAM CHARLES - Private - 267668 - 2nd Mon Reg - 3 Griffin Street, Six Bells, - brother to Ben, Frank and Richard Thomas all of whom served WW1 and all 4 worked at Arael Griffin Colliery, Six Bells.- 1918 absent voters.

MASON. ALBERT JAMES - Lance Corporal - 2123102 - Royal Engineers - son or Mr. S Mason of Weston Super Mare, Somerset - prior to the war was an accomplished instrumentalist with Edward Purnells Dance Orchestra - died 07th January 1943 - age 32 - commemorated on the Brookwood Memorial, Surrey, - panel 5 column 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - named in the South Wales Gazette dated 12th March 1943.

MASON. ALFRED (MM) - Lance Corporal - 24263 - 14th Worcestershire Regiment - son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Mason of 17 Adam Street, Abertillery, - citation London Gazette dated 06th July 1917, issue 30172, page 6833 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 13th July 1917.

MASON. C - served 1914-1918 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

MASON. CHARLES HENRY - Able Seaman - D/SSX 12467 - 62 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1933 - 1945 absent voters.

MASON. CHRISTINE - 4 Argyle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

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

MASON. F - Private 65850 - Cheshire Regiment - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MASON. FRANK - Private - 94266 - 17th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - formerly - 60850 1st Mons - 15 Bishop Street, Abertillery - died 4th November 1918 - buried at Englefontaine British Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - A 41 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MASON. HAZEL E - 13 Forge Row, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MASON. HERBERT - 43 Alma Street, Abertillery, - served 1939-1945 and listed on the 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

MASON. IVOR - Private - 48138 - 19th Lancashire Fusiliers - 94 Oak Street, Abertillery, - also listed at 64 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MASON. JOHN - Private - 58805 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 19 Blythe Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MASON. PERCIVAL N - Air Mechanic - F 41695 - Royal Air Force - 6 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

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

MASON. WILLIAM - Private - 58869 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 2 Darran Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MASON. WILLIAM - Rifleman - 227944 - 1st Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Abergavenny, resident of Cwmtillery, son of Thomas and L. Mason, husband of Beatrice Alice Mason of 3 Top Row, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - died 24th June 1917 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Bay 9 - 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 publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 18th August 1917.

MASTERS. WILLIAM CHARLES - Private - 21374 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Brentford, Middlesex, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Basingstoke, Hampshire, husband of Annie Louisa Sims (formerly Masters) of 23 Stormness Road, Southend-on-Sea, Essex - died 10th July 1916 at Mametz Wood - age 31- commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference, - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MATTHEWS. FRANK - Private - 58348 - 13th Battalion Welsh Regiment - 19 Cromwell Street, Abertillery, - died 27th September 1918 - buried at Abbeville Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France - grave reference - IV F 26 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04th October 1918.

MATTHEWS. HOWELL LLEWELLYN (POW) - Corporal - 242138 - Worcestershire Regiment - 7 Royal Lane, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 25th June 1918.

MATTHEWS. LLOYD - Private - 46613 - 5th Royal Garrison Artillery - 19 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MAUND. JOHN DAVIS - Private - DM2/155071 - Mechanical Transport - “Twyn Gwyn”, Ty Bryn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MAXWELL. ERNEST - Private - 111104 - Tank Corps - 36 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MAXWORTHY. WILLIAM - Private - 15028 - 7th Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry - born Abertillery, June 1890, (Bedwelty 11a 67) - son of James and Margaret Maxworthy of 16A Rheola Street, Penrhiwceiber, Glamorgan, - died 09th May 1917 - age 26 - commemorated on the Doiran Memorial, Northern Greece.

MAY. ALFRED - Private - 309897 - Royal Engineers - 19 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

MAY. EDWARD - Private - 5437506 - 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry - son of Albert Edward May who also gave his life for his country and Louisa May of Battersea, London, Middlesex, brother of Margarette May, - died 19th May 1940 at Dunkirk - age 20 - commemorated on the Dunkirk Memorial, Nord, France - memorial reference - Column 61.

MAY. GEORGE - Quartemaster Sergeant - 10th Kings Liverpool Regiment - 54 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MAYBERRY. WILFRED - Driver - 3242 - Royal Field Artillery - 38 Newall Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 25th August 1916.

MAYELL. FRANK - Sapper - 273935 - Royal Engineers - 3 Court Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MEAKER. EDWARD JAMES PEARCE - Army Post Office - 4 Ty Upper Bryn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

MEAKER. SYDNEY TUDOR - Corporal - 6405 - 14th Welsh Regiment - 22 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEAKER. TREVOR EWART - Driver - 741054 - Royal Field Artillery - 22 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEALING. BERT - Lieutenant Corporal - 64/059682 - 793 Horse Transport Company - Army Service Corps - 79A Tillery Road, Abertillery, - hairdresser, Cwm Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEEK. ABSALOM - Corporal - 7750 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’
MEEK. ABSALOM - Corporal - 292053 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - mentioned in dispatches - 44 West Bank, Cwmtillery - 1918 absent voters.

MEEK. CHARLES - Lance Corporal - 10542 - 12th East Surreys’ - 39 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MEEK. FRANK - Private - 26236 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 30 Montague Street, Abertillery, served 1914 – 1918.

MEEK. GWEN - Private - 4 Walter Street, Abertillery, - formerly worked at Newall Street Post Office, - pictured with brother Len in the South Wales Gazette dated 03rd August 1945.

MEEK. JOHN - Private - 73550 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 3 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEEK. JOHN - Ordinary Seaman - J71991 - HMS “Vivid” - 3 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEEK. LEN - Corporal - 4 Walter Street, Abertillery, - pictured with sister Gwen in the South Wales Gazette dated 03rd August 1945.

MEEK. LEONARD - Sapper - 313705 - 5/W.B Section, Royal Engineers, - 30 Montague Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

MERCHANT. HUBERT - Private - 56557 - 16th Battalion Welsh Regiment - died 1st August 1917 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 37 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.
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MERCY. THOMAS - Corporal - 290012 - Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 132 Monmouthshire Regiment - born Coleford, Gloucester, and residing at 23A Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - date of war entry 13th February 1915 - discharged 02 July 1917 - died 16 May 1925 - buried at Cwmtillery, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 22 May 1925 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MERCY. THOMAS - Private - 41993 and 41182 - South Wales Borderers - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MEREDITH. ARCHIE - Private - 218367 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 29 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. CHARLES - Gunner - 740847 - Royal Field Artillery - 144 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. CLIFFORD - Private - 4081276 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - son of Francis George and Catherine Elizabeth Meredith of Ty Bryn Road, Abertillery - died 28th June 1944 - age 21 - buried at Hottot-les-Bagues War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference - VI B 7 - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’

MEREDITH. CLIFFORD CHARLES - Private - 11985 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Hereford, Herefordshire, enlisted at Newport - died of wounds 2nd November 1914 in Germany - buried at Messines Ridge British Cemetery, Mesen, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - V C 5 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MEREDITH. DAVID - Private - 58671 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 77 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. DAVID ARTHUR - Driver - 161297 - 74th Battery, Royal Field Artillery - 111 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. EDWARD - Private - 144071 - 2nd Royal Flying Corps - 40 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. EDWIN JAMES - Private - TR/5/186447 - 116th TRB - 96 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. FRANK (POW) - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

MEREDITH. GEORGE - Lance Corporal - 27630 - 18th Welsh Regiment - 144 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. GEORGE - Private - 88897 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - “Hermedale”Blenheim Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. HAROLD ALBERT JAMES - Private - 185309 - 38th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery, - born Blaina, Monmouthshire, - resided 4 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - formerly worked at Arael Griffin Colliery, - died 14th February 1918 - buried at Stoke on Trent (Fenton) Cemetery, Staffordshire, - grave reference - 10866 - named South Wales Gazette dated 22nd February 1918.

MEREDITH. J H - Corporal - DLY/X 105064 - Royal Marines - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MEREDITH JOSEPH HENRY - 3 Rice Houses, Cwmtillery - died Chepstow Hospital 24 May 1947 - age 25 - buried at the New Cemetery, Brynithel, - funeral report South Wales Gazette 06 June 1947.

MEREDITH. JAMES - Gunner - 16921 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 4 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - son of the late Henry and Margaret Meredith and brother in law of William Godfrey who also gave his life for his country - worked at the Arael Griffin Colliery - died Winchester 02 September 1917 - age 35 - commemorated Newport (St Woolos) Cemetery, Monmouthshire, - grave reference 23 “RC” 199 - picture in the South Wales Daily News dated 26th June 1918.

MEREDITH. JOSEPH - 23 High Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MEREDITH. MARTIN - Private - 130545 - Machine Gun Corps - 79 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. RICHARD - Private - 53830 - 9th Welsh Regiment - 72 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters

MEREDITH. RONALD - 44 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MEREDITH. THOMAS - Private - 26004 - 19th Welsh Regiment - 77 Alma Street, Abertilllery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. THOMAS - Private - 339612 - Army Service Corps - 5 George Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. THOMAS - Private - 58706 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 72 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. THOMAS B - 95 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MEREDITH. WALTER JAMES - Private - 16786 - South Wales Borderers - 144 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. WALTER JOHN - Private - 26237 - Welsh Regiment - 22 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEREDITH. WILLIAM THOMAS - Driver - 66870 - 25th Division Ammunition Column Royal Field Artillery - died 16th October 1918 - buried at Niederzwehren Cemetery, Kessal, Hessan, Germany - memorial reference - VI F 17 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

MERRICK. FREDERICK JAMES - Riflemann - 226801 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 8 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MERRIMAN. NORA - 60 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MERRITT. WILLIAM JAMES - Driver - 4095 - 38th DC Royal Field Artillery - 13 Cross Street, Aberillery, - formerley worked at Thomas & Wests of Abertillery - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

METCALFE. JOSEPH STEPHEN - Lieutenant - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 177 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - clerk at Abertillery Council Offices - died 17th January 1917 - commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel 129-130 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Liberal Club Memorial, (Abertillery Museum) - commemorated in the publication ‘Officers Who Died In The Great War’ also commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

MEYRICK. BERT JAMES - Private - 117663 - 6 Duffryn Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEYRICK. JOSEPH WILLIAM - Private - 316245 - 32nd Middlesex Regiment - 10 Mitre Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MEYRICK. RAY - Ordinary Seaman - Z5120 - HMS “Victory VI” - 16 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MIFFLIN. ALBERT - Private - 1717 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Suckley, Worcestershire, enlisted at Abertillery, - resided Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - brother of James Thomas Mifflin who also gave his life for his country - 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’

MIFFLIN. JAMES THOMAS - Private - 1715 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Suckley, Worcestershire, enlisted at Abertillery, - resided Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - brother of Albert Mifflin who also gave his life for his country - 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’

MILES. ARTHUR - Driver - 228653 - Royal Field Artillery, - 61 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MILKINS. EDWARD JAMES (POW) - Private - 1282 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - 28 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - captured 08th May 1915, - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 30th July 1915 - named in the South Wales Gazette dated 24th January 1919, - commemorated in the publication “With Rifle and Pick”.

MILKINS. FREDERICK CHARLES - Gunner - 24259 - 4th Royal Garrison Artillery - 10 Jubilee Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters - buried at the New Cemetery, Brynithel, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette  17 March 1933.

MILLER. HENRY - Corporal - WR 22422 - Royal Engineers - 10 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MILLS. ALBERT (MM) - Private 242499 - Gloucestershire Regiment - husband of Emily Amos (formerly Mills) 29 Gaen Street, Blaenau Gwent, - died 14th December 1920 - aged 40 - buried Nantyglo and Blaina (Blaina) Cemetery, grave reference -  V11 213.

MILLS. ARTHUR - Private - 182790 - 115 TRB - 9 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MILLS. BERT - 8 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

MILLS. HORACE - Sapper - 63772 - 143 AT Company - 32 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MILLS. RICHARD ERNEST - Lance Sergeant - 8656 - 8th King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) - born Cornwall and enlisted, Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 27 July 1916 at The Somme - commemorated Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France, - memorial reference - Pier and Face 5D and 12B.

MILLS. STANLEY JESSE - Rifleman - 227750 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 5 Jubilee Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MINCHIN. EDGAR - Private - 117752 - Machine Gun Corps - 27 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MITCHELL. FREDERICK - Sergeant - S4/084897 - 535th H. T. Company, Royal Army Service Corps - born in Pontypool, - husband of Annie Mitchell of “Kinnersley House”, Ty Bryn Road, Abertillery, son of Joseph and Louisa Mitchell, - formerly worked for the Great Western Railway - died 13th February 1919 - age 43 - buried at St. Paul’s Churchyard, East Bank, Cwmtillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the Great Western Railway Station Memorial, Chester - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 21 February 1919.

MITCHELL. JOSEPH - Private - 387186 - Royal Engineers - 4 Glandwr Street, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

MIZEN. THOMAS FRANK - Able Seaman - 1454 - HMS “President” - Royal Navy - 107 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MIZEN. WALTER - Private - 19048 - 7th SWB - 1 George Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MOGFORD. WILLIAM RALPH - Ordinary Seaman - J/89122 - HMS “Vivid” - born in Abertillery, son of John and Elizabeth Mogford of the Old Greyhound, Thornhull, Caerphilly - vessel lost in the North Atlantic - died 12th July 1918 - age 22 - buried at St. Martin’s Churchyard, Caerphilly - memorial reference - E 2 27 - commemorated on the Central War Memorial, Castle Street, Caerphilly.

MOON. WILLIAM FRANK - Private - 364153 - 99th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps  - son of James and Helen Moon of Radstock, Bath, Somerset, husband of Mabel Moon of 83 Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - died 20th August 1917 - age 29 - buried at Coxyde Military Cemetery, Koksijde, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - III B 6 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MOORE. ERIC - 4 Bristol Buildings, Cwmtillery, - pictured along with his brother Ray Moore in the South Wales Gazette dated 01st October 1943.

MOORE. GEORGE - Private - 94150 - 17th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - formerly - 59745 - 1st Mons - husband of Mrs. Hinds (formerly Moore) of 7 Crown Street, Blaenau-Gwent, Abertillery - died 30th October 1918 - age 25 - buried at Awoingt British Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - II A 11 - 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 29th November 1918.

MOORE. GEORGE - Private - 59745 - 1st Mon Reg - 35 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MOORE. LEWIS - Driver - 67588 - Royal Field Artillery - 16 Jubilee Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

MOORE. OLWYN - 11 Cross Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MOORE. ROSS - 11 Bryn Terrace, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

MOORE. THEO JOHN - Private - 88913 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 14 Earl Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MOORE. WILFRED - Private - 14967 - 7th South Wales Borderers - 10 Crook Hill, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MOORE. WILLIAM THOMAS - Private - N/ 350466 - 16th Artillery Section - 39 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. ALAN - Private - 60219 - 24th Welsh Regiment - born Tregaron, Carmarthenshire and enlisted at Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of Jane Morgan of Pwllswyddog, Tregaron, Carmarthenshire - died - 04 October 1918 - age 20 - commemorated at Bethune New Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - 111 M 17.

MORGAN. ALBERT GILBERT - Private - 58654 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 2 Glandwr Street, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. ANNIE G - 16321 - 11th Hussars Depot - 2 Llwynon Road, Six bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. ARCHIE - Sergeant Mechanic - 216334 - Royal Air Force - 80 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. ARTHUR WILLIAM - Able Seaman - Mersey Z/206 - Howe Battalion Royal Naval Division Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - died 20th May 1915 - commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey - memorial reference - Panel 8 to 15.

MORGAN. AUGUSTINE - Able Seaman - Wales Z/313 - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - HMS “Indefatigable”- son of William and Mary Morgan of Oak Street, Abertillery, - vessel lost at the Battle of Jutland - died 31 May 1916 - commemorated on The Plymouth Naval Memorial - reference panel 19 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. B - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

MORGAN. BENJAMIN - Lieutenant - South Wales Borderers - 103 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. BENJAMIN JOHN - Private - 12988 - South Wales Borderers - 21 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. BRINLEY J - 89 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORGAN. BRINLEY RICHARD - Private - 45390 - 23rd Welsh Regiment - The Farm, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. CHARLES - Sapper - 328560 - Inland Waterways - 52 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. CHARLES THOMAS - Private – 58743 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 6 Troy Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. CLIFFORD - Private - 130559 - 86th TRB - 38 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.
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MORGAN. DAVID JOHN (MM) - Sergeant - 25202 - 10th SWB - 103 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - citation confirmed in the South Wales Gazette dated 15th February 1918.

MORGAN. DYNAWD CADIFOR - Sapper - 159075 - Royal Engineers - born Abertillery, - son of Mr MD and Mrs E. Morgan of 70 Glanbrydan Avenue, Swansea, - died 02nd June 1917 - age 26 - buried Rookery British Cemetery, Heninel, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - B5.

MORGAN. E - Private - 74767 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. E - Private - South Wales Borderers - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

MORGAN. EDGAR - 22 Bourneville Road, - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone,, Bourneville, Abertillery.

MORGAN. EDWARD - 13 Brynithel Terrace, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. FRANK - Gunner - 67441 - 123 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, - 15 Newtown, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. GEORGE - Lance Corporal - 32981 - Military Foot Police - 2 Llwynon Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. GODFREY GILBERT - Gunner - 661 - Royal Field Artillery - 35 Neuadd Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. GWYN, C - 15 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

MORGAN. HUBERT JAMES - Sergeant Wireless Operator/Air Gunner - 1317190 - 104 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - Windsor Road, Six Bells, Abertillery and former pupil of the Abertillery Technical School, - died 17th February 1944 - buried at Bari War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference - Collective Grave XV A 28-32 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. IVOR - Private  - 69664 - Royal Welsh Fusilieers - 132 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. IVOR GEORGE - Private - 267671 - 2nd Mons Reg - 1 Parsons Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. JOHN (JACK) - Able Seaman - Bristol Z/360 - Howe Battalion Royal Naval Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - son of William and Jane Morgan of 41 Duke Street, Abertillery - died of wounds 17th February 1917 - age 24 - buried at Derancourt Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France - memorial reference - V C 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 16th July 1915 and again 02nd March 1917.

MORGAN. JOHN - Corporal - 211675 - 54th Labour Corps - 100 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. JOHN - Private - 33864 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 62 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters

MORGAN. JOHN DAVID - Royal Marines - HMS “Exeter” - 30 Lower Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th March 1940.

MORGAN. JOHN EMLYN - Driver - 370642 - Army Service Corps - 13 High Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. JOSEPH CHARLES - Private - 53827 - 9th Welsh Regiment - 1 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. JOSH - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, - commemorated at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. LEWIS - Sapper - 2451 - 54th Field Company Royal Engineers - husband of Emma Matilda Morgan of 36 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 30th April 1915 - age 36 - commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel 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 dated 18 June 1915.

MORGAN. LIONEL - 21 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. MARGARET, E - 40 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORGAN. OSWALD - Private - 202477 - 6th Welsh Regiment - “Glendale”, Commercial Road, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

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

MORGAN. REGINALD - Private - 38603 - 7th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry - 1 Richmond Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 21st August 1918 - his brother Stanley was invalided home but returned to the trenches, - commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference, - Panel 8 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. REGINALD STANLEY - Cook - P/MX 46314 - Royal Navy - 1 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters - 1945 absent voters.

MORGAN. RICHARD - Private - 10435 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of Thomas and Rachel Ann Morgan of 31 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - died 13th August 1915 - age 24 - "Drowned in the sinking of the Royal Edward Troop Ship, 1 of the 56 men of the South Wales Borderers who perished, - Position 36 deg, 31 mins north, 26 deg, 51 mins east, around 8 miles west of the lighthouse islet of Kanhelioussa, lying South West of Nisyros in the Dodecanese islands of the Aegean Sea." - commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey - memorial reference - panel 80-84 and 219 and 220 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 08 October 1915.

MORGAN. RICHARD STANLEY - Able Seaman - Z/1172 - 2nd Battalion, Aldershot - 15 Newtown, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. ROBERT FRANK - Private - 27352 - Coldstream Guards - 47 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 abent voters.

MORGAN. ROY - 10 Eastville Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORGAN. SAMUEL J - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

MORGAN. T - Lance Corporal - Black Watch Regiment - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

MORGAN. THOMAS - Private - G/74767 - London Regiment - formerly 7/18631 96th TRB - born Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of Mary Morgan of 53 Bournevllie Road, Blaina, Monmouthshire, - died 16th October 1918 - age 23 - buried at Duhallow ADS Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference - IV G 20.

MORGAN. THOMAS - Private - 290404 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - formerly 2210 - - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

MORGAN. THOMAS - Private - 18653 - 2nd Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of David and Amelia Morgan of 19 Rowland Terrace, Tonyrefail, Glamorganshire, husband of Margaret A. Morgan of 3 Arail Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 8th September 1916 at The Somme - age 36 - buried at Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, Somme, France - memorial reference - XII J 27 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

MORGAN. THOMAS - Private - 42951 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 2 Llwynon Road, Six Bells, - treated for fractured right rib on 14th December 1915 at age 25 - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. THOMAS EMLYN - Driver - 13252 - 180 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, - 36 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. THOMAS H - 6 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORGAN. TREVOR, T - Lance Corporal - 4078824 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers formerly of the Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Monmouthshire, resident of 26 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, son of Thomas and Alice Maud Morgan of Llanhilleth - died 2nd September 1944 - age 26 - buried at Vatteville-La-Rue Churchyard, Seine-Maritime, France - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’

MORGAN. TREVOR J - 43 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORGAN. WILLIAM - Private - 1555541 - 184th Royal Engineers - 18 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 47567 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 38 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 18300 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - born Llanhilleth - son of William and Mary Morgan of 132 Alma Street, Abertillery, - died 4th May 1916 - age 20 - buried at Bethune Town Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - V C 14 - 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 22 September 1916.

MORGAN. WILLIAM JOHN - Corporal - WR 320993 - Inland Waterways - 1 Jubilee Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORGAN. WILLIAM THOMAS - Ordinary Seaman - Z314 - Royal Naval Division - 95 Oak Street, Abertillery - son of Kate Morgan, Glynmawr Hotel, Abertillery, - died of meningitis 08th April 1915 at Croydon Borough Hospital - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

MORLEY. ALBERT R - 17 Glan Ebbw Terrace, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORLEY. GWILYM - Private - 5955181 - 2nd (Airborne) Battalion Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry - son of Edwin and Elizabeth Morley of Abertillery, brother of Ken Morley - died 16th June 1944 - age 22 - buried at Ranville War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference - IA C 15 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MORLEY. IVOR, G - 68 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORRIS. ALBERT HAROLD - Private - 1615 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - born Much Dewchurch, Hereford and resident of Tillery Street, Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of John and Alice Morris of Castle Farm, Saddlebow, St. Weonards, Hereford, - died 02 May 1915 - age 21 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - memorial reference - panel 50 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 16 July 1915.

MORRIS. ARCHIBALD ERNEST - Rifleman - A/461 - 8th Kings Royal Rifle Corps - son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris of Upper Tilt, Cobham, Surrey - died 31st May 1915 - age 20 - buried Kemmel Chateau Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference - A 44 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MORRIS. ARTHUR - Private - 72919 - 16th Royal Welsh Fusilieers - 27 Gelli Crug Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. DAVID JOHN - Private - 235679 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 12 Regent Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. GEORGE (MM) - Private - 13108 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - born Abercarn, Monmouthshire and son of Thomas Lewis and Sarah Ellen Morris of 8 Long Row, Trinant - died 8th September 1916 at The Somme - age 24 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Horeb Chapel Memorial, Trinant - commemorated on the Crumlin Memorial, Mining School Hill, Crumlin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

MORRIS. HENRY - Private - 400421 - (M T) Army Service Corps - 10 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. HENRY - Sapper - 102371 - Royal Engineers - 26 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. IVOR J - 11 Roch Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MORRIS. JAMES - Private - 22425 - Royal Engineers - 30 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. JOHN - “Oakland’s”, Old Blaina Road, Abertillery. - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. JOHN - Corporal - 242316 - Worcestershire Regiment - 64 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. LINDUM ERIC - Cabin Boy - SS Edwy R Brown (London) - Merchant Navy - born 09 July 1924 - son of William G Morris and Emily May Morris (nee Luffman), married at King Street Baptist Chapel. Abertillery, - died 18 February 1941 - age 16 - commemorated on the Tower Hill Memorial - panel 37 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

MORRIS. STEPHEN - Private - 265929 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 1 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. THOMAS - Private - 15134 - Army Air Corps - 113 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. THOMAS EDWARD - Private - 15768 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Bedwellty, enlisted at Abergavenny, son of Thomas and Mary Morris of 27 Gelli Crug Road, Abertillery - died 16th December 1916 - age 20 - buried at Guards Cemetery, Lesboeufs, Somme, France - memorial reference - II R 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 on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery also commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

MORRIS. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 59726 - Royal Gloucester Hussars - 6 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MORRIS. VICTOR FRANK - Flight Sergeant - 647926 - Royal Air Force - former resident of Llanhilleth, - died 26 January 1942 - Commemorated Malta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery, Malta, - grave reference, Prot. Sec (Mens). Plot F - Coll. Grave 82.

MORRISEY. PATRICK - Pioneer - WR 22426 - 312 Company, Royal Engineers - 24 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MORSE. ALFRED GEORGE - Trooper - 4752328 - 4/7th Royal Dragoon Guards, Royal Armoured Corps - son of Alfred George and Elizabeth Morse of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - husband to Irene Elizabeth Morse of 24 Under Princess Street, Abertillery Monmouthshire, - died 28th February 1945 - age 29 – buried Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Kleve, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany - grave reference - 53 G 15.

MORSE. C F - Shoeing Smith - Royal Field Artillery - son of William Henry Morse of "Brynderi", Heolgerrig, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 12th May 1916.

MORSE. CLIFFORD HAROLD - Supply Special - 97494 - 37th Division Royal Field Artillery - son of William Henry and Sarah Morse of 6 Carmel Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters list.

MORSE. FRANK LEWIS EDWARD - Bombardier - 69891 - Royal Field Artillery - 114 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

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

MORSE. ROBERT - Driver - 740972 - Royal Field Artillery - 114 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MORSE. WILLIAM HENRY - Gunner - 220459 - Royal Field Artillery - 104 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MORSE. WILLIAM THOMAS - Sapper - 98269 - Royal Engineers - 114 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

MORTIMER. REGINALD OLIVER - 9 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1938 absent voters.

MORTIMORE. BRAM - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

MOSEY. BOEY - Private - 58625 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - “New Dale”, Royal Lane, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MOULD. DESMOND, T - “Lynwood”, Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

MOXLEY. ARTHUR - 52 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MOXLEY. MAUREEN, E - “Waion”, Ty Bryn Hill, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

MUDFORD. LEONARD JOHN - Private - Grenadier Guards - 112 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MUIR. ARTHUR RENNIE - Captain - Royal Army Medical Corps - The Surgery, Cwmtillery - listed South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1916.

MUIR. DAVID CLARKE - Rifleman - 30549 - Rifle Brigade - 5A Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MUIR. JOHN KERR - 5A Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MULLINS. WILLIAM THOMAS - Sapper - 102955 - 117 Royal Engineers - 58 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MUNDAY. ALBERT GEORGE - Corporal - 3023157 - Army Service Corps - 28 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

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

MUNCKTON. EDMUND JAMES - Lance Corporal - 21439 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Bradford Abbas, Somerset, - husband to Mary Munckton (nee Davies) of Llanhilleth - died 2nd September 1918  - commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel 6 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

MURPHY. EDWARD HARRY - Lance Corporal - 55071 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 8 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MURPHY. JEREMIAH - Private - 13010 - Irish Guards - 1 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MURPHY. JOHN - Ordinary Seaman - 2034 - RN Barracks, Davenport - 8 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

MURPHY. THOMAS - 13 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

MURPHY. WILFRED - Private - 265831 - 7th South Wales Borderers - 1 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

MURPHY. WILLIAM MICHAEL - Private - 769 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Pillgwenlly, Newport in 1889 and a resident of Llanhilleth - died 3rd May 1915 - age 26 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 50 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - 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, - pictured South Wales argus dated 01st June 1915.

MUSSELWHITE. JOHN WORTHY - Private - 7710 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - born Warminster 1876 - married Ellen Harris in Pontypridd 1896 - son John Worthy junior born 1906 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’…WW1 - Sapper - WB 29955 - 327 Quarry Company - Royal Engineers - 33 Gray Street, Abertillery.

MUTTER. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 290701 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment formerly Private 3103 of the 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 20 Adam Street, Abertillery  - died 7th July 1916 at Mametz Wood - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 16B - 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’ - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport.
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NAILE. HARRY - Private - 12005 - Scouts Cor. Drag - Vine Cottages, Pantypwdn, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NASH. BENJAMIN - Driver - 108894 - Royal Army Service Corps - son of Ezra and Sarah J. Nash of Six Bells, Abertillery - died 17th January 1940 - age 24 - buried at Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel - memorial reference - D 20 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

NASH. CHARLES EDWIN - Private - 75173 - 4th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 11 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NASH. ELI - Private - 19882 - Duke of Edinburgh’s 2nd Battalion (Wiltshire Regiment) - born Abertillery - son of Eli and Elizabeth Nash of 55 Bourneville Lane, Stritchley, Birmingham - died 15th June 1915 - age 22 - commemorated Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France - Panel 33 and 34.

NASH. ERIC - Stoker 1st Class P/KX 119082 - HMS “Wild Swan” - son of Eli and Lucy Nash of 56 Queen Street, Abertillery - vessel lost 100 miles off the coast of Brittany - died 18th June 1942 - age 25 - commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea Common, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire - memorial reference - Panel 68 Column 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

NASH. FRANK HENRY - Private - 2926 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - resident of Cwmtillery - son of Mr F and Lavinia Nash of Bristol, - died 29th December 1915 - aged 21 - 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 South Wales Gazette dated 04th February 1916.

NASH. FRED - Private - 55569 - 7th Yorks and Lancs Regiment - 27 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NASH. LEONARD - Sergeant/Flight Engineer - 979904 - 7 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Marshall and Edith Jane Nash of Abertillery, educated at Bryngwyn Central School, Abertillery, employed by Messrs. Davies and Harding of Alma Street, Abertillery, - died 27th March 1943 - age 23 - buried at Sage War Cemetery, Germany - memorial reference - Collective Grave 14 B 1-5 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery - obituary in the Weekly Argus dated 24th April 1943.

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

NASH. MARSHALL - Z/447 - Royal Navy - 138 Alexander Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - served 1914-1918 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

NASH. PERCY WILLIAM - Private - 413743 - 229th Employment Company - 11 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters

NASH. TREVOR  - 56 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters  - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

NASH. WILFRED - 29 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

NASH. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 35155 - 4th Wiltshire Regiment - 3 Under Coronation Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

NASH. WILLIAM HENRY (CSM & DCM) - Company Sergeant Major - 5702 - Gloucestershire Regiment - 89 Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - citation London Gazette dated 26th January 1917 - also served in the Boer War - died age 81 - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 05 August 1960.

NAYLOR. JOHN - 63 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

NEADS. ALBERT LEWIS - Stoker - SS 107428 - HMS “Apollo” - 14 Pleasant View, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

NELMES. ALGERNON - Gunner - 238265 - 122 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 3 Rice Houses, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NELMES. WILLIAM GUY. - Lance Corporal - 13939 - 8th Gloucestershire Regiment – born Lydney, Gloucestershire and resident of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 23rd July 1916 at The Somme - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 5A and 5B - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

NEWCOMBE. LEOLINE - Private - 59344 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 11 Glandwr Street, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

NEWCOMBE. RONALD - 6 Graig View, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

NEWMAN. ALBERT - Private - 154304 - Machine Gun Corps - 4 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - awarded Silver War Badge and discharged with wounds 14th January 1919, badge number 517705.

NEWMAN. DULCIA - 26 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

NEWMAN. FRED - Private - 16448 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 49 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

NEWMAN. GEORGE - Private - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - husband to Mary Elizabeth Newman of 54 Alexandra Road, Six Bells - died aged 52 and buried at the New Cemetery, Brynithel, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 16 April 1926.

NEWMAN. GEORGE THOMAS - Private - 18342 - 8th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of F. and Mary Newman of 29A Station Terrace, Brithdir - died 8th August 1915 - age 19 - commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey - memorial reference - Panel 140 -144 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

NEWMAN. LEONARD A - 26 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

NEWMAN. JOSEPH BENNETT - Private - 88887 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 28 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NEWMAN. WILLIAM (WILLIE) - Private - 3340 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - son of Mr and Mrs Fred Newman of 4 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, and brother to Bert Newman who was severley wounded - educated at Blaina Boys School - died 1st July 1916 - 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 - 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 on the Blaina Boys School Roll of Honour, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina (listed as 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment on School Roll of Honour) - pictured Western Mail dated 10th July 1916.

NEWTON. DAVID EDWARD JONAS - Ordinary Seaman - Z5705 - HMS “Victory VI” - “Caerdydd”, Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NICHOLAS. EDWARD - 6 Antwerp Place, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NICHOLAS. WILFRED JOHN - Private - 235513 - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 2 Upper Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

NICHOLAS. WILLIAM THOMAS - 2nd Lieutenant - 21449 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 6 Antwerp Place, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

NICHOLLS. RONALD V C - 19 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters

NIND. WILLIAM JOHN - Sergeant - 19181 - Machine Gun Corps - 50 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

NOBLE. WILLIAM - Rifleman - 227963 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 194 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

NORBURY. JOHN STANLEY - Bombardier - 872573 - 17th Battery, Royal Artillery - son of James and Catherine Norbury of 20 Central Road, Llanhilleth, (1928 - 1936) - died 03 June 1940 - age 21 - commemorated Dover (St. James’s) Cemetery, Kent, - grave reference - Row F Grave 4 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

NORCOTT. FREDERICK T - 12 Morley Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters

NORMAN. GODFREY - Private - 83533 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 3 Station Hill, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

NORRIS. JOHN MORGAN (JIM) - Private - M2/079096 - 56th Division Mechanical Transport Company Royal Army Service Corps - born Abertillery, Monmouthshire 1896 and son of John and Sarah Norris of 32 Bedwellty Road, Aberbargoed, - died 1st March 1919 at No. 1 Casualty Clearing Station, France - age 23 - buried at Mons Communal Cemetery, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference - X C 24 - commemorated on the Memorial Gates, Commercial Street, Aberbargoed - commemorated on a private memorial plaque (litany desk) at St. Sannan’s Church, Bedwellty Road, Bedwellty - commemorated on the Central Memorial, James Street, New Tredegar.

NORRIS. WILLIAM (DCM) - Private - 17537 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 59 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - citation in the London Gazette dated 05th December 1918, issue 31052, page 14449 - 1918 absent voters.

NORTHCOTE. WALTER, J - Private - 71248 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 3 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

NUNNERLEY. JOHN DENNIS - Sub-Lieutenant (A) - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - HMS “Grebe” - died 24th July 1942 - age 22 - buried at El Alamein War Cemetery, Egypt - memorial reference - Collective Grave XII A 23 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Memorial, Chapel Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial,  - St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery - commemorated on the National and Local Government Officers Association Memorial, County Hall, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran.

NYE. PERCIVAL VALENTINE - Private - 7714 - 1st Royal Berkshire Regiment - born Lewes, Sussex, 14 February 1885 - son of the late John and Emily M Nye - formerly worked as a brakesman on the Great Western Railway at Aberbeeg, having been a porter at Abertillery prior to that - died 03 November 1914 - age 29 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - reference - panel 45 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - commemorated on the Great Western Railway Station Memorial, Chester - pictured in the GWR Magazine dated March 1915.
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OAKLEY. ALBERT - Private - 7791 - Kings Shropshire Light Infantry - died 04th November 1914 - commemorated Ploegsteert Memorial, Hainaut, Belgium, - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

O’BRIEN. CHARLES PATRICK - Private - 383050 - 710 Army Service Corps - 28 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

O’BRIEN. FRANCIS JOSEPH - Corporal - 011345 - Army Ordnance Corps - 111 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

O’BRIEN. JAMES - Rifleman - 20080 - 1st Royal Irish Rifles - born Cardiff and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 06 August 1918 - commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference panel 9.

O’CONNELL. TERENCE - 20 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1945 absent voters.

O’CONNOR. EDWARD JOHN - 2nd Lieutenant - 1St Monmouthshire Regiment - 113 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

O’FLAHERTY. DAVID JOHN - Sergeant - 33062 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 3 Mount Pleasant, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

OLDHAM. THOMAS JOHN - Sapper - 35478 - Royal Engineers - 3 Jubilee Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

OLDLAND. EDGAR F - son of Oliver and Dora Oldland, 15 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

OLDLAND. JAMES - 105 Glandwr Street, Abertillery - 1938 absent voters.

OLDLAND. RICHARD LEWIS (MM) - Sergeant - 227964 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 21 Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, - citation in the London Gazette dated 11th June 1918, issue 30743, page 7012, - 1918 absent voters.

O’LEARY. DANIEL - Sergeant - 267581 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 72 Arael Street, Six Bells, - mentioned in dispatches London Gazette dated 21st December 1917, issue 30445, page 13476, - 1918 absent voters.

OLLIS. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 1492 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - 50 Clynmawr Street, Brynteg, Abertillery, - husband of Julia Ollis - enlisted 19th March 1913 - discharged 30th March 1916 - silver war badge number 78009 - died June 1921 - age 29 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael's Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

ONIONS. GEORGE EDWARD - Private - 3618 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Newtown, Montgomeryshire, enlisted at Abergavenny, resident of Brynithel, Aberbeeg - 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 also commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

ORCHARD. GEORGE AUGUSTUS - Private - 211885 - 64th Labour Company - 11 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

ORGAN. WILLIAM CHARLES - Private - 578836 - 240th Employment Company - 11 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ORGAN. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 21177 - 115th Trench Mortar Battery - 15 Preston Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ORMAN. REUBEN - Sergeant - 9311 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, Aberystruth, enlisted at Pontypool, son of Mr. Simon Orman of 21 Gladstone Street, Cross Keys, Monmouthshire, brother of Z H. Orman (13052) who also gave his life for his country - died 31st October 1914 - age 26 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 22 - commemorated on the Newport Hebrew Congregation Memorial, Newport Synagogue, Risca Road, Newport.

ORMAN. ZEPHANIAH HENRY - Private - 13052 - 4th Middlesex Regiment - son of Mr. Simon Orman of 21 Gladstone Street, Cross Keys, Monmouthshire and brother to Reuben Orman who also gave his life - educated at Abertillery Grammar School - died 14 October 1914 - age 22 - commemorated at Vielle-Chapelle New Military Cemetery, Lacouture, Pas de Calais, France - grave reference - VI C 12 - pictured alongside his brother Reuben in the South Wales Argus dated 07 January 1915.

O’SHEA. JOHN - Private - 545623 - 300 Labour Company - 33 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

O’SULLIVAN. PATRICK - Private - 1594 - 5th Royal Irish Regiment - 35 Granville Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

OSBORNE. JOSEPH HENRY - Driver - 66862 - 118th Royal Field Artillery - 9 Green Meadow Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

OSLAND. MATTHEW - Private - 32156 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Blaina, enlisted at Brecon, Breconshire, son of John and Mirable Osland of 44 Bourneville Road, Blaina - died 19th October 1918 - age 20 - commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel 6 - 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 - commemorated on the Roll of Honour and Memorial, United Reform Church, Gladstone Street, Blaina.

OSMOND. FRANCIS JOHN - Private - 58832 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 47 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

OTHAN. HARRY - Private - 58465 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 78 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

OTHEN. ADRIANNE M - 54 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

OTHEN. ARTHUR JOHN (DICK) - 111 Alma Street, Abertillery, - fought with the Chindets in Burma - 1945 absent voters.

OTHEN. FREDERICK WILLIAM (DCM) - medal awarded by Queen Victoria for gallantry in the Sudan - born 1845 - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 10 June 1931.

OULTON. WILFRED EWART (DFC & DSO) - Wing Commander - 26209 - Royal Air Force - son of Llewellyn and May Oulton of “Davenham”, Clynmawr Street, Abertillery, and husband to Sarah Oulton nee Davies, - mentioned in dispatches on 3 occasions and responsible for the sinking of U Boats 663, 463 and crippling of U Boat 563 - citation London Gazette dated 04th June 1943, page 2565, - 2nd citation London Gazette dated 12th November 1943, page 4971, - later became Air Vice Marshall - pictured at the National Portrait Gallery, - died 1997.

OVERFIELD. IVY LOUISA - Civilian - died 17th March 1941 at 1 Sydenham Road, Cotham, Bristol, Gloucestershire - age 35 - daughter of William Charles Clements and Emily Louisa Clements who also died, wife of Kenneth Overfield and mother of H. Overfield, who also died of 1 Sydenham Road, Cotham, Bristol, Gloucestershire - commemorated in the County Borough of Bristol Section of the Civilian War Dead Register - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmen's Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

OWEN. C G - Flight Lieutenant - Royal Air Force - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmen's Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

OWEN. EDWARD - Private - 22403 - South Wales Borderers - 3a Ashfield Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

OWEN. EDWIN G J - 1 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

OWEN. HENRY - 76 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

OWEN. HUGH - Private - 4751966 - 4th Battalion Green Howards (Yorkshire Regiment) - son of Hugh and Elsie Owen of Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - educated at Gelli Crug School - died 13th May 1944 - age 28 - buried at Padua War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference - I F 9 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery.

OWEN. LEVI STANLEY - Private - 22443 - South Wales Borderers - son of Edward and Matilda Owen, 3 Ashfield Road, Abertillery, - died 11th April 1918 - age 19 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - panel 65 to 66.

OWEN. RICHARD - Private - 26452 - 18th Welsh Regiment - born Cwmtillery and resident of Abertillery - died 13th August 1918 - commemorated Ploegsteert Memorial, Hainaut, Belgium, - reference - panel 7.

OWEN. RICHARD - 15 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

OWEN. RICHARD, E (MM) - Private - 32149 - Manchester Regiment - 13 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - citation London Gazette dated 08th December 1916, issue 29854, page 12050 - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 31st August 1917.

OWEN. THOMAS - Private - 41315 - Royal Dublin Fusiliers - 38 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

OWEN. WALTER L - 100 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

OWEN. WALTER LEONARD - Gunner - RMA/13739 - Royal Marine Artillery - HMS “Lion” - died 31st May 1916 at the Battle of Jutland - commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea Common, Southsea, Hampshire - memorial reference - 21 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

OWENS. GEORGE - Private - 12879 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 21 Maesycnew Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

OWENS. GORDON COUNT - Flying Officer/Pilot - 151397 - 12 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - a native of Mountain Ash and husband to Gladys Owens of 40 Regents Place, Llanhilleth, - died 11th August 1944 - buried at Christchurch Churchyard, Aberbeeg, - memorial reference, - Section F Grave 114 - commemorated on the Abertillery War Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmen's Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 25th August 1944.
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PACKER. GEORGE OBURN - Private - 194148 - Royal Air Force - 13 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PACKHAM. CHARLES HENRY - Private - 24933 - 8th Welsh Regiment - 38 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PADFIELD. GEORGE - Private - 48849 - 129th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - 35 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PADFIELD. THOMAS - Private - 76281 - 4th Welsh Regiment - 2 Bryn Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PADMORE. ANNIE - Auxillary Territorial Service - 56 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1945 absent voters.

PADMORE. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS - Sergeant - 1837441 - 100 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Alfred George and Rosena Padmore of 56 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - educated at Tyr Graig and Brynhyfryd Schools - member of the Catholic Church - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery, - died 21st May 1945 - age 21 - memorial reference - Block 2 Section A Grave 1244 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth, - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 01st June 1945

PAGE. CLIFFORD T J - 3 Spring Bank, Abertillery, - husband to Joyce, (nee Landon) - head of the local Burma Star Association, - 1945 absent voters.

PAGE. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 58742 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 79 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PAGET. FREDERICK JAMES - Private - 244801 - Loyal North Lancashires - 16 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - formerley worked as a postman - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 06th July 1917.

PAGET. GEORGE - Private - 13/33338 - 8th South Wales Borderers - born Abertillery, - son of Harry and Emily Ann Paget of 35 Crescent Road, Maindee, Newport, Monmouthshire, - died 02nd August 1917 - age 26 -buried at the Doiran Military Cemetery, Northern Greece, - grave reference - VI K 30.

PAGET. WILLIAM - Private - 33608 - Army Vet Company - 8 Regent Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PAINTER. CHARLES FREDERICK - Sergeant - 1314628 - 102 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - Windsor Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 28th August 1943 - buried at Heverlee War Cemetery, Leuven, Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium, - memorial reference - 6 C 13 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, - commeroted at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 17 September 1943.

PALMER. GEORGE HERBERT - Private - B/73869 - 48th Highlanders of Canada, Royal Canadian Infantry Corps - son of William and Kathleen Palmer and husband to Olive Norma Palmer of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 20 July 1942 - buried at Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey - grave reference 32 H 7.

PALMER. J - Sergeant - 2nd Welsh Regiment- Rhiw Parc, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 24th September 1915.

PALMER. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 4039458 - 1st Battalion The Tyneside Scottish Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) - son of William James Palmer and Gertrude Palmer, husband of Phyllis May Palmer of Abertillery, - died 17th August 1944 - age 31 - buried at Banneville-la-Campagne War Cemetery, Calvados, France, - memorial reference - IV A 9 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - further commemorated on the family grave at St. Paul’s Cwmtillery, grave reference E 17.

PALSER. WILLIAM JAMES - Private - 7463 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 3 Boyt’s Buildings, Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PARFITT. ARTHUR - Private - 26566 - 8th South Wales Borderers - 71 Commercial Road, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

PARFITT. HAROLD - Ordinary Seaman - J85879 - HMS “Vivid” - 83 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PARFITT. JAMES HENRY - Private - 2759 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Pontypool, - a single man who previously worked at the Arael Griffin Colliery, Six Bells, Monmouthshire, - died 8th May 1915  - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 50 - 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 on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 25 June 1915.

PARFITT. KENNETH - 31 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PARFITT. LEONARD - 88 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PARFITT. LEONARD ARTHUR - Private - 1365 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 102 Princess Street, Abertillery, - assigned to the mining attachment at Hill 60 - died 2nd June 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 publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

PARFITT. STANLEY - Private - 60628 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 83 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PARFITT. WILFRED - Private - 26581 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 83 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PARFITT. WILLIAM - Private - G/6723 - 2nd Buffs’ Regiment - 31 Powell’s Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

PARFITT. WILLIAM J - Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - pictured South Wales Weekly Argus dated 20th November 1943.

PARK. RICHARD JAMES - Private - 58646 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 30 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters

PARKER. EDWARD - Private - 21214 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of Edward and Mary Parker, 4 Dolphin Street, Newport, - husband of the late Emily Parker - died 24th October 1918 - age 32 -buried at the Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy, Aisne, France - grave reference 11 B 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PARKER. FREDERICK CHARLES - Corporal - 36232 - 17th Welsh Regiment - 29 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PARKER. WILLIAM JAMES - Private - 47258 - 348th Royal Defence Corps - 14 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

PARR. THOMAS BARRINGTON (BARRIE) - Private - 14387314 - 7th Battalion Manchester Regiment - worked at the National Provincial Bank Abertillery and son of Samuel and Maud Parr of Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery - died 30th December 1944 - age 20 - buried at Brunssum War Cemetery, Netherlands - memorial reference - IV 130 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery.

PARRINGTON. F G - Colour Sergeant - 3799 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

PARRY. DAVID IVOR - Lance Corporal - 3912767 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Carmarthenshire, resident of Monmouthshire, son of Thomas and Edith Mary Parry; husband of Ruby May Parry of Abertillery, - died 5th August 1944 at Burcy - age 31 - buried at Bayeux War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference - Panel 14 Column 2 - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’ - commemorated in the Roll of Honour List published in 'The History of The South Wales Borderers and Monmouthshire Regiments 1937-1952 Volume IV' - commemorated on the Abercarn Central Memorial, Market Square, Abercarn.

PARRY. GEORGE - Private - 58728 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 18 Division Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PARRY. THOMAS - Lance Corporal - 108114 - 3rd Royal Engineers - 2 Roseberry Buildings, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PARRY. W J - Private - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - Griffin Street, Six Bells, - wounded 27 March 1915 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 29th October 1915.

PARRY. WILLIAM - Private - 20979 - 7th South Wales Borderers - 25 Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PARRY. WILLIAM DAVID RICHARD - Private - 21373 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, enlisted at Abertillery, son of the late David and Elizabeth Parry of 65 Newtown, Abertillery - previously worked at Cwmtillery Colliery - died 8th November 1917 - age 37 - commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 5 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04th January 1918.

PARRY. WILLIAM HENRY - Corporal - 35364 - 4th Bedfordshire Regiment - 20 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

PARSLOW. HENRY - 2 Harris Houses, Cwmnantygroes, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PARSONS. ALBERT - Private - 265401 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 139 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

PARSONS. HARRY ARTHUR - Corporal - 12682 - 9th Battalion York and Lancashire Regiment - died 1st July 1916 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 14A and 14B - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PARSONS. HENRY (HARRY) - husband to Annie Maria Parsons of Crispin House, Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - died 19 September 1923 - age 41 - denied military funeral despite earlier inquest and buried Blaenau Gwent Chapelyard, - reference grave 211 - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 06 October 1923.

PARTRIDGE. GEORGE - Rifleman - 290627 - 46 Divisional Battery - 1 Norman Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

PASCOE. ROBERT S - Private - 23034 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - husband of Selina A. Pascoe of 95 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 29th January 1920 at home of the effects of gassing in France, - age 37 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery - memorial reference, - A 2 193 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 06 February 1920.

PASCOE. RONALD R J  - 62 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

PATEY. TREVOR ARTHUR - Corporal - 30844 - 51st Leicestershire Regiment, - Coach and Horses Inn, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PATON. JOHN EDWARD - Second Lieutenant - 15th Company 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment- eldest son of John and Susan Paton of Waunwern, Pontypool, his father John Paton was Chairman of Pontypool Works Company, Pontnewynydd Works Company and was a colliery owner, mentioned in dispatches, - died 31st December 1914 at Le Bizet, Armentieres by sniper action - age 19 - buried at Calvaire (Essex) Military Cemetery, Ploegsteert, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference - I B 12 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin also commemorated on the Pontypool and Abersychan Memorial Gates, Hanbury Road, Pontypool - commemorated on Panel 5 of the St. Cadoc’s Church Memorial, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated in the publication ‘Officers Who Died In The Great War’ obituary in the Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 8th January 1915 - commemorated in the 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment Honours List published in the ‘History of The Monmouthshire Regiments’ - commemorated on a private memorial plaque at St. John’s Church, Wainfelin.

PAUL. EDGAR - Private - 88884 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 3 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PAUL. ERNEST GEORGE - Private - G/62912 - 16th Queens Royal West Surrey - 62 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PAVEY. LEONARD - Private - 15029 - 3rd SWB - 11 Darran Road, Abertillery, - also listed at 2 Ty Bryn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PAYNE. ALFRED J (MM) - Private - 53840 - 9th Welsh Regiment - Waterworks House, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PAYNE. ARTHUR EDWARD - Private - 21371 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Groombridge, Sussex, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Merton, Surrey, son of Charles and Elizabeth Payne, husband of Nellie Hood Payne, - died 18th April 1916 - age 37 - buried at Merville Communal Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - VI P 18

PAYNE. ARTHUR GEORGE - Sergeant - 7235 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - born Newport and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of Mr and Mrs George Payne of Brecon and husband to Alice Payne of Waterford Lane, Lymington, Hampshire, - died in China 05 November 1914 - age 33 - commemorated on the Sai Wan, (China) Memorial, Hong Kong.

PAYNE. EDGAR - 27 Kings Head Terrace, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PAYNE. FRANK - Private - 88894 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 7 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PAYNE. GEORGE HENRY - Private - 24976 - 15th Battalion Hampshire Regiment - son of Henry Payne of 2 Park Place, Abertillery, husband of Dorothy C. Payne (nee Messer) of 8 Salisbury Road, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Dorset, - died 20th September 1917 - age 31 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 88-90 and 162 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael's Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PAYNE. HENRY - Corporal - 55315 - Royal Field Artillery - 11 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters

PAYNE. HOWARD WRIGHT - Private - 2155 - 1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Blaenavon, enlisted at Pontypool, son of Elon Payne of Llanhilleth, - died of wounds 22nd July 1916 - age 26 - buried at Couin British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - II A 20 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

PAYNE. IVOR - Rifleman - 419705 - 16th Kings Royal Rifles - Cedar Villa, Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PAYNE. JOSEPH THOMAS - Private - 127540 - RAMC - 2 Park Place, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PEACOCK. JOHN - Private - 13263 - 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Newport - died of wounds 12th April 1916 - commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Iraq - memorial reference - Panel 16 and 62 - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PEACOCK. SYDNEY - Private - 58363 - 13th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of Frank G. R. and the late Elizabeth Hannah Peacock of 6 North Road, Newbridge, - died 8th October 1918 - age 20 - buried at Prospect Hill Cemetery, Gouy, Aisne, France - memorial reference - IV C 15 - 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 Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PEARCE. ARTHUR HENRY - Gunner - 116247 - Royal Field Artillery - 93 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PEARCE. EDITH G D - 68 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PEARCE. FRANK (DCM) - Corporal - 1077 - 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - Mitre Street, Abertillery, - former inmate of Little Mill Reformatory, citation reads, -  “1077, Private F. Pearce, 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. For conspicuous bravery from September 25th to 29th 1915 near Hullock. Private Pearce, one of the regimental stretcher bearers, with great heroism and regardless of all personal danger, brought in wounded men throughout the day and night under heavy and continuous fire, carrying many of them on his back. His bravery and devotion is beyond praise.” - honoured in the publication ‘Tales of Torfaen’

PEARCE. HENRY HERBERT - Private - 38119 - Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry - 73 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PEARCE. JOHN - Pioneer - 291665 - 703 Labour Company - Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PEARCE. WILLIAM HENRY - Ordinary Seaman - HMS “Implacable” - 10 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PEARSON. ABEL JOHN - RNR - 1735 - HMS “Vivid” - 46 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PEDDLE. CHARLES - Private - D/18787 - 21st Montgomery Yeomanry - 73 Alma Street, Abertillery, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette 07 February 1936.

PEGLER. JOHN OSWALD - Private - 25630 - 8th South Wales Borderers - 83 Arael Street, Six Bells, - treated for pyrexia on 04th May 1917 at age 18 - 1918 absent voters.

PEGLER. WILLIAM - Private - 70249 - 106th Labour Company - 83 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PENN. WILLIAM, J - Private - 60396 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 18 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PENNELL. BERTIE - Private - 25453 - 14th Worcestershire Regiment - son of William and Elizabeth Pennell - husband to Winnifred Pennell (nee Florence) - listed in the A to Z of Yeovil’s History - died 23rd October 1916 at The Somme - age 30 - buried Knightsbridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinscourt, Somme, France, - grave reference - F 56 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PENNELL. ERNEST CHARLES - Private - 48437 - 131st Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - 66 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PERKIN. CHARLES JOHN - Private - 60231 - Monmouthshire WRB - 22 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PERKINS. THOMAS - Lance Corporal - 40243 - Royal Defence Corps - 66 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PERKINS. WILLIAM JAMES - Ordinary Seaman - HMS “Vernon” - 18 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PERRETT. ERNEST HAROLD - Private - 59356 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 32 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PERROTT. GEORGE - 40 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PERRY. CHARLES JOHN - Sapper - 234538 - 327th Royal Engineers, - 85 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

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

PERRY. FRANK - Private - 36038 - 2nd Battalion Welsh Regiment - 79 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, and husband of Minnie Perry of New Road Corner House, Nether Compton, Sherborne, Dorset, - died at home 2nd October 1918 - age 31 - buried at Christchurch Churchyard, Pendarren Road, Aberbeeg - memorial reference, - D 87

PERRY. REGINALD IVOR (DFC & MBE) - Flight Lieutenant - 45445 - Royal Air Force - son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry, 85 Glandwr Street, Abertillery - born 26 December 1911 - awarded the DFC in 1946 and the MBE in 1955 - London Gazette Supplement (3266) dated 09 June 1955 - South Wales Gazette dated 01 July 1955

PERRY. W - Private - City of London Regiment - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PERRYMAN. ERNEST - 41 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.
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PETERS. FRANK LESLIE - Private - 266864 - 6th Welsh Regiment - 25 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PETERS. GEORGE VINCENT - Private - 345593 - 24th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - native of Bethnal Green, London, - son of George and Harriet Peters of 17 Bridge Street, Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 31st October1917 - age 20 - buried at Beersheba War Cemetery, Israel, - grave reference - K 21.

PETERS. WILLIAM ROBERT - Private - 2564 - 1st Welsh Regiment - born Cwmtillery, - son of the late Thomas and Rachel Peters, husband of Susannah Peters of 17 Alexandra Road, Gelli, Pentre, Glamorgan, - served in the South Africa campaign - died 20th February 1915 - age 36 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West- Vlaanderen, Belgium, - reference - Panel 37.

PHELPS. HAROLD (MM) - Sergeant - 4075593 - South Wales Borderers - citation in the London Gazette dated 21st December 1944, issue 36850, page 5859.

PHELPS. WILLIAM, G - Private - 265966 - South Wales Borderers - 55 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PHELPS. WINSOR - Private - 60655 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 3 Penybont Cottages, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. ALFRED - Driver - 740928 - Royal Field Artillery - 26 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. ARTHUR - Private - 2031 - 10th Battalion Gloucester Regiment - son of Mrs.Rosina Phillips of Abertillery - died 25th March 1916 - age 19 - buried at Le Treport Military Cemetery, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference - Plot 2 Row L Grave 2A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PHILLIPS. CHARLES NICHOLAS - Able Seaman - WZ 618 - 1st Division RNB - 4 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. EDGAR WILFRED - Private - 67422 - 11th Cheshires’ - 57 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. EDWIN JAMES - Private - 037354 - 14th Army Ordnance Corps - 41 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. GEORGE - Private - 708 - Royal Field Artillery - 24 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. GILBERT - Private - 1355 - 1st Battalion Welsh Guards - died 30th July 1917 - buried at Dozinghem Military Cemetery, Westvleteren, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - II B 4 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PHILLIPS. HENRY JOHN - Private - 58591 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 52 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. IEUAN (MM) - Lance Corporal - 48563 - 130 (St. John) Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - son of Thomas and Elizabeth Phillips of the Post Office, Bridge Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, employed by the Post Office - died of wounds 1st September 1918 in France - age 23 - buried at Bagneux British Cemetery, Gezaincourt, Somme, France - memorial reference - V E 33 - commemorated on the Post Office Memorial, Bridge Street, Newport - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Liberal Club Memorial (Abertillery Museum).

PHILLIPS. JAMES - Private - 76068 - 16th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 64 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. JENKIN - Lance Corporal - 382683 - 8th Railway Operating Company Royal Engineers - husband of Rose Phillips of 16 Cross Street, Abertillery - died 21st March 1918 - age 35 - buried at Houchin British Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - I G 18 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 26th April 1918.

PHILLIPS. JOHN ARTHUR  - Private - 29823 - 3rd Battalion, South Wales Borderers - 14 Earl Street, Abertillery, - entered war 13th February 1915 - discharged 07th December 1916 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - buried at the New Cemetery, Brynithel, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette 02 April 1920.

PHILLIPS. OLIVER - Private - 14756 - South Wales Borderers - 17 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. RICHARD JAMES - Private - 20100 - 53rd Division Cyclist Company, Army Cyclists Corps formerly Private 2891 Monmouthshire Regiment - 8 Bryn Terrace, Cwmtillery, - son of Elizabeth Ann Gaut of 3 Bryn Cottages, Cwmtillery, - died 31st October 1918 in Egypt - buried at Ramleh War Cemetery, Israel - memorial reference - E E 20 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PHILLIPS. THOMAS - Gunner - 173939 - Royal Garrison Artillery - Post Office, Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. TREVOR - Private - 314211 - Labour Corps - 38 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. WILLIAM - Gunner - 200133 - Royal Garrison Artillery, - 64 Hafodycoed, Llannhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PHILLIPS. WILLIAM GEORGE - Able Seaman - J/81964 - HMS “Theseus” - son of John and Edith Phillips of 7 Bourneville Road, Blaina, - died 25th January 1919 - age 20 - commemorated on the Haidar Pasha Memorial, Turkey - 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 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PHILLIPS. WILLIAM HAYDN - Private - 81015 - 2nd The King’s (Liverpool Regiment) - formerly 37696, South Wales Borderers - born Abertillery, Monmouthshire and a resident of Clydach, - died Salonika 27 February 1917 - commemorated Salonika (Lembet Road) Military Cemetery, Greece, - grave reference 815.

PHIPPINS. TOM - Cyclist - 19984 - 1st Cycling Company - 7 Lancaster Villas, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PHIPPS. GEORGE - Sergeant - 27906 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 1 Glencoe Terrace, Warm Turn, - 1918 absent voters.

PHIPPS. HARRY - Private - 2536 - 45th Battalion Australian Imperial Forces - 1 Belmont Villas, Warm Turn, - 1918 absent voters.

PHIPPS, HENRY - Private 12997 - 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers - died 9th April 1916 - born in West Bush, Herefordshire, enlisted at Newport, resident of Cinderford, Gloucestershire, - commemorated on the Basra Memorial, Iraq - memorial reference - Panel 16 and 62 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

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

PHIPPS. JOHN G - 126 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PHIPPS. JOSEPH JOHN - Private - 243453 - 1/5 Royal Welsh Fusiliers, - 60 Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PHIPPS. WILLIAM - Captain - 27905 - Casualty Clearing Station, Royal Army Medical Corps - 2 Glencoe Terrace, Six Bells, Warm Turn, - 1918 absent voters.

PICKETT. WILLIAM - Corporal - T/419964 - 978th Mechanical Transport - 22 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PICKFORD. JOHN - Private - 267676 - Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 1310 and 15782 Monmouthshire Regiment - entered the war 13.02.1915 - died 31 July 1917 - commemorated Artillery Wood Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference - V11 E 11 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PICKFORD. WILLIAM JAMES - Z/1818 - Royal Navy - 59 Clarence Place, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PIDGLEY. WILLIAM - Private - 33809 - 1st Garrison, RWF - 33 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PIERCY. AMANDA - 8 Spring Bank, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PIKE. WILLIAM - Private - M/351729 - Army Service Corps - 68 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PIKE. WILLIAM H R - 7 Eastville Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PILLEY. CHARLES DURANT - Private - Royal Army Medical Corps - son of John and  Annie Maud Pilley - worked at Roath Furnishers of Abertillery, - served in the Dardanelles - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 06th August 1915.

PILLEY. WALTER G - see GARNESS, WALTER.

PINCOTT. DAVID GEORGE - Corporal - 4078119 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Monmouthshire, - son of George and Margaret Pincott of 31 Glandwr Street, Abertillery - died at home 20th March 1941 - age 20 - buried at Nantyglo and Blaina Cemetery, Blaina - memorial reference - Section 7 Grave 458 - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’

PINCOTT. IVOR H - 70 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PIPER. PERCY - Private - 380482 - 176th Labour Corps - 106 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PITMAN. ARTHUR OWEN - Private - 203308 - 6th West Surrey’s - 30 Weavers Houses, Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PITMAN. EDWIN - Private - S/406076 - 14th Field Bakery, Army Service Corps - 31 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PITT. HORACE (POW) - Private - 3197317 - Kings Own (Scottish Borderers) - 32 Morley Road, Abertillery, - imprisoned 1942 and repatriated Easter 1945 - Stalag 12A, Limburg, Baden-Wurttemburg, Germany.

PITT. JOHN JAMES - Lance Corporal - 45386 - 7th Essex Regiment - Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PITTAWAY. ARTHUR ALEXANDER - Bugler - 7662 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (I Company) – Kings Head Terrace, Abertillery, - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

PITTAWAY. A E – Sergeant - 7698 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

PITTMAN. GEORGE - Corporal - 285004 - 6th Welsh Regiment - 6 Jubilee Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PLAISTER. ALFRED, W - Private - 19003 - 7th South Wales Borderers - 30 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - treated for pyrexia on 06th September 1917 at age 30, - 1918 absent voters.

PLASTER, ARTHUR - Private - 33799 - 10th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - son of Mrs. E. Roberts of 7 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - died 20th July 1916 at The Somme - 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. Mary’s Church Memorial, Church Terrace, Brynmawr - commemorated on the Brynmawr Central Memorial, Market Square, Brynmawr.

PLEASE. CHARLES - Private - 352713 - Mechanical Transport - 36 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PLUMMER. DANIEL - Private - 413095 - 897 Labour Company - 2 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PLUMMER. THOMAS - Private - 60265 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 1 Ashtree Cottages, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POCOCK. EMRYS - Private - 5437461 - King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) and Special Air Service Regiment Army Air Corps - son of George and Ruth Pocock of Abertillery and older brother of Henry (Harry) and Rhys - attended Gelli Crug school and worked at Cwmtillery Colliery - died 5th October 1943 - age 26 - buried at Sangro River War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference - X C 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery and within the towns museum on a plaque that came from the now demolished Gelli Crug Primary School - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 26th November 1943.

POCOCK. HARRY - 53A Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1946 absent voters.

POCOCK. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 91556 - Royal Engineers - 51 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POLLARD. BASIL STANLEY - Private - 011329 - Army Ordnance Corps - 198 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POLLARD. GEORGE - Private - 110059 - 184th Labour Company - 9 Vale Terrace, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POLLARD. HARRY - Sapper - 387746 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 61 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POLLARD. HENRY FRANCIS - Rifleman - 8309 - 1st Battalion, Rifle Brigade - 2 Ashtree Cottages, Aberbeeg, Monmouthshire, - died 09th July 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - Panels 46 to 48 and 50.

POLLARD. S H T - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

POMATTO. THEO - 27 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PONKING. HENRY (DSC) - Naval Lieutenant - 95 Princess Street, Abertillery, - awarded DSC for mine sweeping operations - citation in the London Gazette dated 05th October 1943, issue 36195, page 4404 - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 08th October 1943.

PONSFORD. BERT HENRY - Bandsman - 203455 - 2nd Yorkshire Regiment - 1 Park Villas, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.
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POOLE. RICHARD WILLIAM (MM) - Sergeant - 9598 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - Brynithel Road, Aberbeeg, - son of Richard and Anne Poole of Kemeys Commander, Monmouthshire, - died 14 April 1917 - age 31 - citation London Gazette dated 10th November 1916, issue 29819, page 10929 - commemorated Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France - reference Bay 6.

POORE. ALBERT - Private - 1818 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born Six Bells Monmouthshire and resident of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - 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 publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

POORE. WILLIAM LOT - 14135 - Wiltshire Regiment - Coronation Cottages, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POPE. JOHN CHARLES - Driver - 155445 - (MT) ASC - 5 Heolgerrig, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PORTER. HORACE MARSHALL - Lance Corporal - 1357 - 1st Battalion Welsh Guards- son of Mrs. I. Porter of 31 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - died 13th February 1918 - buried at Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - V E 65 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PORTER. THOMAS - Private - 28493 - Royal Irish Fusiliers - 1 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PORTMAN. ALBERT JOHN - Able Seaman - SS 3960 - HMS “New Zealand” - 16 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POTTER. HOWARD - Driver - 040480 - Army Service Corps - 3 Railway Terrace, Jubillee Road, Six Bells, - 1919 absent voters.

POTTER. WILLIAM - Army Service Corps - 62 Newall Street, Abertillery, - formerly worked at Penybont colliery, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22nd September 1916.

POW. CHRISTOPHER, J (MSM) - Company Quartermaster Sergeant - 34802 - 60th Labour Company - 9 Brynawel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - Citation in the London Gazette dated 14th October 1919, issue 31602, page 12756 - 1918 absent voters.

POW. PERCY - 2nd Lieutenant - Welsh Regiment - 9 Brynawel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. ABRAHAM - Private - 13508 - 1st Royal Dragoons - 2 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. ALFRED WILLIAM - Private - 155020 - Army Service Corps - 52 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

POWELL. ARTHUR JAMES - Sapper - 466480 - Royal Engineers - 55 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. BENJAMIN - Private - 30477 - 10th Welsh Regiment - born Pontypridd and a resident of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of John Powell of 4 Ford Row, Apple Tree, Dinas, - died 28th December 1915 - age 28 - buried St. Venant Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - II C 3.

POWELL. CHARLES - 25 Pilgrim’s Place, Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. DAVID - Private - 21163 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 64 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. DYFRIG - Private - 23987 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 3 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. FRED ARCHER - Sapper - 137598 - Royal Engineers - 52 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. GEORGE - Private - 266299 - 19th Queen’s Regiment - 4 Under Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. GEORGE RALPH - Private - 267839 - 4th Monmouthshire Regiment - 24 Gelli Crug Cottages, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. HENRY - Private - 14735 - 5th South Wales Borderers - 56 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. HENRY - Private - 227970 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 39 Somerset Street, Abertillery - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. HENRY OWEN - Private - 13531 - 1st South Wales Borderers - native of Pentre, Rhondda, - formerley worked at Bon Marche - died 25th January 1915 - commemorated at Guards Cemetery, Windy Corner, Cuinchy, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - III SS 30 - 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 05 January 1917 and 04 May 1917.

POWELL. HERBERT - Driver - 74294 - Royal Field Artillery, - 7 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. IVOR JAMES - Private - TR 5/186441 - 116th TRB - 10 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. J - Private - 7668 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

POWELL. JACK - 40 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

POWELL. JAMES - Rifleman - 227971 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 65 New Woodland Terrace, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. JAMES - Private - 36765 - Machine Gun Corps - 28 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. JAMES JOHN - Sergeant - 93036 - Tank Corps - 155 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. JESSE S - 13 Darran Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

POWELL. JOHN - Private - 24343 - South Wales Borderers - 19 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. LEWIS - Driver - 86332 - Royal Field Artillery - 7 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. LEWIS - Private - 38906 - 21st Cheshires’ - 3 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. MELVYN - 13 Darran Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

POWELL. PHILIP - Corporal - 266802 - 6th Welsh Regiment - 8 Crook Hill, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. PHILLIP - Private - 1085 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - died 6th 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 publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 06 August 1915.

POWELL. REES - Private - 19765 - 8th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 2 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. ROBERT JAMES (MM) - Sergeant - 266032 - 1/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - son of R. J. and Sarah Powell of Llanhilleth, husband of Alice Powell of 4 Woodside Terrace, Llanhilleth, - born in Aberystruth, enlisted at Pontypool - died 31st July 1917 - age 32 - buried at Artillery Wood Cemetery, Boezinge, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - VII C 3 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

POWELL. ROYDON - Sapper - 3915974 - 286 (Airborne) Field Park Company Royal Engineers - son of James and Mary M. Powell of 5 Bute Place, Cwmnanty-Gynt, Aberbeeg - died 7th June 1944 - age 21 - buried at Bayeux War Cemetery, Calvados, France - memorial reference - 12 Column I - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

POWELL. SIDNEY (MM) - Corporal - 266127 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 55 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - citation in the London Gazette dated 04th October 1918, issue 30940, page 11834, - later moved to Six Bells and article South Wales Gazette dated 19 April 1957.

POWELL. THOMAS - Sergeant - 76429 - 52nd Welsh Regiment - 52 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. WILFRED - Private - 60668 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 39 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POWELL. WILLIAM ARTHUR (MM) - Sergeant - 5512445 - 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) - son of William Henry and Ada Powell, husband of Betty Mary Powell, Brondeg Bungalow, Aberbeeg, - died 6th September 1944 - age 25 - buried at Coriano Ridge War Cemetery, Italy - reference - V A 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

POWELL. WILLIAM HERBERT - Private - M/341331 - Mechanical Transport, Royal Army Service Corps attached to Guards Machine Gun Regiment - son of David and Fanny Powell of 19 James Street, Abertillery, - died 2nd March 1919 - age 31 - buried at Longuenesse (St. Omer) Souvenir Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - V F 42 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

POWELL. WILLIAM JOHN - Gunner - 80474 - 86th Army Brigade Royal Field Artillery - died 3rd November 1917 - buried at The Huts Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference, - XIV B I - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

POWLE. WALTER - Corporal - 451142 - 827 Labour Company - 39 Upper Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

POWLES. FRANK ALBERT - Private - 46484 - 9th Welsh Regiment - 16 Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

POYNTER. JOHN - Lance Corporal - 23186 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - 14 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PRANGLEY. ELISHA - Lance Corporal - 48952 - 9th Welsh Regiment - 15 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRATT. FREDERICK - Corporal - 363682 - 99 Labour Company - Brynawel Cottage, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

PRATTON. MARY - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

PRATTON. TOM - served 1939-1945 -  Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

PREECE. AUGUSTUS GEORGE - Able Seaman - WZ 3573 - HMS “Pembroke” - Hillsboro House, Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PREECE. ERNEST - Private - 265801 - 1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment- born in Llanhilleth, enlisted at Pontypool, son of Henry and Sarah Preece of 39 Hafodarthan, Llanhilleth, - died 26th March 1918 - age 22 - buried at La Brique Military Cemetery Number 2, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - I M 42 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

PREECE. GEORGE - Private - 36275 - Somerset Light Infantry - 39 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PREECE. JOHN - Driver - 707 - Royal Field Artillery - 2 Jubilee Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PREECE. WILLIAM - Ordinary Seaman - WZ 4179 - HMS “Macedonia” - Hillsboro House, Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PREEDY. NATHANIEL - Private - 21180 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 1 Upper Court Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PRESTON. HUBERT GEORGE - Ordinary Seaman 3 - D/LX 20068 - Royal Navy - 43 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters.

PRESTON. JOSEPH - Private - 14888 - South Wales Borderers - 21 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PRESTON. PERCY - Stoker - K49653 - HMS “Victory II” - 2 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRESTON. WILLIAM, A - 17 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1945 absent voters.

PREWETT. DAVID - Tank Corps - one of five serving sons of Florence Prewett of 26 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th December 1944.

PREWETT. GEORGE - Sergeant - 961 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in St. Phillips, Bristol, Gloucestershire, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Barton Hill, Bristol, Gloucestershire, - 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’

PREWETT. KENNETH - Royal Air Force - one of five serving sons of Florence Prewett of 26 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th December 1944.

PREWETT. WYNDHAM L - 21 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PRICE. A - Private - 1st Welsh Division - 17 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 27th August 1915.

PRICE. ADRIAN - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

PRICE. ALBERT EDWARD - Sapper - 148492 - Royal Engineers - 17 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. ALBERT HOWARD - Leading Stoker - 234685 - HMS “Apollo” - 10 Hillside Cottages, Jubilee Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. ARTHUR HOWARD - Gunner - 215680 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 49 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. BRINLEY - Private - 58822 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 14 Neuadd Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. C B - Royal Navy - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PRICE. CHARLES KENNETH - Officer’s Cook 1st Class - D/LX 20426 - 37 Victoria Street, Abertillery - son of Thomas Charles and Maggie Laura Price, and husband to Dorothy Price, - 1932 and 1938 absent voters - HMS “Bridgewater” - killed in a boat accident 26th August 1941 - age 33 - commemorated Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery, Sierra Leone, - grave reference 3 B 6.

PRICE. CHARLES THOMAS - Private - 25189 - 14th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment - son of Henry and Ann Price of 10 York Street, Brynteg, Abertillery, - died 4th February 1917 - age 20 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 5A and 6C - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PRICE. CUTHBERT EVELYN - Private - IC/5768 (MT) Army Service Corps - Antwerp Place, Church Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. CYRIL, H - 9 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.
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PRICE. EDGAR  - A C - D/M 38714 - Royal Navy - 43 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters - served 1939 - 1945 - address 17 Rhiw Parc Road (1938).

PRICE. FREDERICK GEORGE - Private - 011309 - AOC - 157 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. FREDERICK WILLIAM - Chief Petty Officer Cook - D/M 38609 - HMS “Anking” - 41 Gaen Street, Abertillery, (1930) - later address 89 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, (1938) - husband of Violet Hilda Price of Bath, Somerset, - son of Frederick James and Elizabeth Blanche Price, - aged 37 - ship lost in the Indian Ocean, East of Java, - 04th March 1942 - missing presumed killed - 1930 absent voters - commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial - panel 71 column 3.

PRICE. G - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

PRICE. GEORGE - Private - 42078 - 4th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 1 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. GERALDIS JAMES - Private - 58495 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 57 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters - military funeral report South Wales Gazette 18 October 1940.

PRICE. GIRALDUS - Private - 95961 - 184th Tunnelling Company Royal Engineers  - son of John and Adeline Price of Abertillery, husband of Gladys May Price of 77 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 22nd June 1916 - age 26- buried at Roclincourt Military Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - IV F 33 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PRICE. HENRY JOHN - Private - 200008 - 51st West Yorkshire Regiment - 6 Mitre Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. JOHN - Lance Corporal - 34319 - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 53 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. JOHN - Private - 58639 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 57 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. JOSEPH - Private - 12379 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 14 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. JOSEPH - Gunner - 200163 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 53 Tillery Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. LEONARD - Able Seaman - Z/871 - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - Blake Battalion - former miner of 88 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 22 December 1915 - commemorated Redoubt Cemetery, Helles, Turkey, - grave reference - I F 14.

PRICE. MORGAN REES (MM) - Lance Corporal - 265721 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 6 Graig View, Aberbeeg, - citation in the London Gazette dated 13th June 1919, issue 31405, page 7688, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. PHILLIP ARTHUR - Private - 3910794 - 7th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Monmouthshire, son of Joseph and L. Price of Abertillery, - died at home 13th January 1941 - age 23 - buried at St. Paul’s Churchyard, East Bank, Cwmtillery - memorial reference - Plot 1 Row 13 Grave 27 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘Roll of Honour Land Forces WW2’

PRICE. ROGER JOHN - Sapper - 154824 - 185th Royal Engineers - 8 Jubilee terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. STANLEY - Private - 58497 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 43 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

PRICE. T - Private - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

PRICE. THOMAS - Private - 12624 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 53 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - also listed 53 Penybont Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. THOMAS MORGAN - Sergeant - 376792 - 762 Employment Company - 42 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. TOMMY M - Ordinary Seaman - D/SSX28927 - Royal Navy - HMS “Voltaire” - son of Thomas Morgan and Mary Jane Price of Six Bells, Abertillery, - vessel lost on voyage from Trinidad to Freetown about 700 miles South-West of the Cape Verde Islands - died 9th April 1941 - commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Plymouth Hoe, Plymouth, Devon - memorial reference - Panel 49 Column 2 - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Mission For Seamen Chapel, Flying Angel, Alexandra Dock Gates, Newport.

PRICE. TREVOR - 13 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 08th September 1944.

PRICE. WILLIAM - Private - 58717 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 34 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. WILLIAM GARNER - Private - 15447 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers - husband of Ellen Price of 62 Orchard Street, Llanfaes, Breconshire, employed by Thomas Richard and Company of Abercarn - died 1st August 1916 - age 44 - buried at St. Sever Cemetery, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference - B 29 23 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Tinplaters Memorial, St. Luke’s Surgery, Gwyddon Road, Abercarn - commemorated on the Abercarn Central Memorial, Market Square, Abercarn.

PRICE. WILLIAM HENRY - Gunner - 13128 - 30th Battery 39th Brigade Royal Field Artillery - son of Benjamin and Emma Price of 118 Abertillery Road, Blaina, - died 3rd July 1917 - age 32 - buried at Coxyde Military Cemetery, Koksijde, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - I C 33 - 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.

PRICE. WILLIAM JOHN - Gunner 26776 - 15th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, - 37 Portland Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRICE. WILLIAM LEWIS - Rifleman - 227829 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 16 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

PRICE. WILLIAM THOMAS - Private - 2109 - 1st Battalion Welsh Guards - son of George Price of 44 Abertillery Road, Blaina, - educated at Blaina Boys School - died 18th July 1917 - age 24 - buried at Canada Farm Cemetery, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - I E 4 - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the Blaina Boys School Roll of Honour, West Side Chapel, Chapel Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Peter’s Church Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina

PRICKETT. JAMES - Private - 21625 - 11th South Wales Borderers - 3 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRIEST. GEORGE - Sapper - 79306 - 185 Tunnel Company, Royal Engineers - 106 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRINCE. THOMAS HENRY - Lance Corporal - 22164 - 199 Company, ASC - 92 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRITCHARD. ARCHIE - Private - 1607 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - residing Graig Terrace, Six Bells, son of John and Selina Pritchard of Dardy, Llangattock, Crickhowell, Breconshire, - 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 on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’- pictured South Wales Gazette dated 06th August 1915.

PRITCHARD. ARTHUR - Private - 1210 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born 22nd March 1883, enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, third son of Arthur William Morgan and Mary Pritchard of Coalway Lane End, Coleford, Gloucestershire, brother of Private J. A. Pritchard who also gave his life for his country, brother of Sapper D. J. Pritchard who also gave his life for his country, grandson of Joseph Rooke, employed as a banker, a member of the Masons - died 7th May 1915 of wounds - age 32 -  - buried at Hazebrouck Communal Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - II D 21 - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

PRITCHARD. DAVID EMANUEL - Private - 123518 - 36th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps - Pleasant View, Melbourne Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRITCHARD. DAVID JOHN - Sergeant - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 35 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth - died aged 41 and buried at the New Cemetery, Brynithel - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 23 July 1926.

PRITCHARD. DAVID JOHN - Lance Corporal - 7937365 - 42nd (23rd Battalion The London Regiment) Royal Tank Regiment Royal Armoured Corps - son of William Albert and Emily May Pritchard of Llanhilleth, husband of Rebecca Pritchard of Llanhilleth, - died 30th October 1942 - age 31 - buried at Caserta War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference - IV E 13 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth

PRITCHARD. ERNEST JAMES - Driver - T3/023376 - Army Service Corps - 25 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PRITCHARD. GEORGE - Gunner - 4571 - TAAS - 1 Hill Street, Penybont, - 1918 absent voters.

PRITCHARD. GEORGE - Private - 48445 - 31st Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - husband of Linda May Miles (formerly Pritchard) of 105 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - died 24th October 1918 - age 29 - buried at Delsaux Farm Cemetery, Beugny, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - II C 3 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

PRITCHARD. HARRY, E - Private - 2307 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - son of Abertillery chemist T H Pritchard honoured in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - article including photograph South Wales Gazette dated 20th July 1917.

PRITCHARD, JOHN - Driver - 29874 - 91st Brigade Royal Field Artillery - formerly of 25 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth and son of David Pritchard of 2A Rectory Road, Crumlin - died at Sheffield Hospital on 24th June 1916 - age 36  - buried at New Bethel United Reform Churchyard, Mynyddislwyn - commemorated on the Hafodyrynys Miners’ Welfare Association Memorial Gates, Memorial Garden and Community Hall, Hafodyrynys - commemorated on the Crumlin Memorial, Mining School Hill, Crumlin - obituary in the Free Press of Monmouthshire, County Archives, Gwent County Record Office, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran copy dated 14th July 1916 including photograph

PRITCHARD. JOHN WILLIAM - Private - 71527 - 49th TRB - 35 Brynawel, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

PRITCHARD. WILLIAM - Leading Stoker - K 9502 - HMS “Lion” - 10 Graig Row, Six Bells, Abertillery, - mentioned in dispatches, London Gazette dated 12th May 1916, Issue 29581, Page 4833 - 1918 absent voters.

PROBERT. JOSEPH - Private 3906164 - 1st SWB - Reservoir House, Cwmtillery - 1930 absent voters.

PROBERT. ROBERT - Driver - 37907 - 12th Battalion Australian Field Ambulance Brigade, Australian Field Artillery - son of John and Martha Probert of 42 Portland Street, Abertillery - died 29th August 1918 - age 30 - buried at Hangard Communal Cemetery Extension, Somme, France - memorial reference - III AA 5 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 20th September 1918.

PROBERT. T J - Private 31035 - South Wales Borderers - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

PROBERT. WILLIAM - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial, United Reform Church, Gladstone Street, Blaina.

PROBERT. WILLIAM JAMES - Lance Corporal - 40572 - 3rd Battalion Worcester Regiment - son of James Probert of 8 Glan Ebbw Terrace, Abertillery, - died 29th May 1918 - age 36 - commemorated on the Soissons Memorial, Aisne, France - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PROBYN. LEONARD THOMAS - Corporal - 265986 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 28 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PROLL. WILLIAM CECIL - 6th Battalion South Wales Borderers - served 1939-1945 - died 27th November 2003 - age 92 - born 1911, resident of Bryn-Awel, 11 Abertillery Road, Blaina, father of Rosalyn Proll, retired newsagent, funeral held at Blaina Methodist Church, Gladstone Street, Blaina on 5th December 2003 - buried at Blaina Cemetery, Blaina - subject of article in the Gwent Gazette dated 11th December 2003 - memoriam notice appeared in the Gwent Gazette dated 25th December 2003 - a copy of the funeral service pamphlet is held at Gwent Family History Society Library, Newport Branch including photograph.

PROSSER. ALFRED RAYMOND - Air Mechanic - Royal Air Force - 41 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PROSSER. FRANCIS WILLIAM - Private - 58707 - 11 Coronation Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PROSSER. GEORGE - Pivate - 204558 - 15th South Lancashire Regiment - 187 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PROSSER. J - Lance Corporal - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - 1 Upper Arael Street, Six Bells, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 13th August 1915.

PROSSER. JOHN - Private - 413896 - 897 Labour Company - 47 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

PROSSER. NORMAN JAMES - Private - 6289212 - 2nd Battalion The Buffs (Royal East Kent Regiment) - son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Prosser - died 17th June 1940 - age 21 - buried at Prefailles Communal Cemetery, Loire-Atlantique, France - memorial reference - Grave 1 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery, - further commemorated at St. Paul’s Cwmtillery on family grave reference F 41.

PROSSER. RONALD - 3rd Air Mechanic - 133673 - Royal Air Force - 41 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PROSSER. WALTER - Private - 2285 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - died 6th 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’ - commemorated Abertillery Grammar School Memorial - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04 June 1915.

PROSSER. WILFRED JAMES ALBERT - Private - 30498 - King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment) - born Monmouth, and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 12 October 1917 - commemorated Tyne Cot, Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - memorial reference panel 18 to 19.

PROSSER. WILLIAM H J - Sergeant - 265924 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Pontypool, - died of wounds 26th April 1918 - commemorated at Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - XXXII D 2 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Pontypool and Abersychan Memorial Gates, Hanbury Road, Pontypool - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

PROTHERO. FREDERICK E - 1 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PROTHERO. GWENLIAN H - 1 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PROTHERO. REGINALD D - 1 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

PROTHEROE. DAVID - Private - 58975 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 192 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PROTHEROE. ESAU - Fusilier - 4189083 - 2nd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 8 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - son of Esau (senior) and Elizabeth Protheroe, 11 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1930 absent voters - served 1939 - 1945.

PROTHEROE. JOSEPH - Lance Corporal - 9963 - Royal Fusiliers - 9 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PRYCE. ALFRED - Private - 504656 - 633 Employ Company, Labour Corps, - 7 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRYCE. ERNEST JOHN - Lance Corporal - 40185 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 7 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PRYCE. IVOR - Sapper - 387627 - (RM), Royal Engineers - 16 High Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PUGH. THOMAS HAYDN - Gunner - 50476 - Royal Garrison Artillery - Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

PULLEN. ERNEST HENRY - Able Seaman - 3574 - Royal Naval Barracks Chatham - 46 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PULLEN. GEORGE PERCY - Ordinary Seaman - WD/4697 - Royal Naval Depot, “Victory VI”- 46 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PURCHASE. FREDERICK WILLIAM - Private - 58714 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 9 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PURCHASE. SYDNEY - 56 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PURNALL. WILLIAM DAVID - Private - 84649 - 2nd King’s Infantry - 17 James Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PURNELL. ALBERT - 49 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PURNELL. PERCY - Lance Corporal - 44762 - 2nd Welsh Regiment - born Abertillery September 1896 (Bedwelty 11a 68) - son of Mr.Oscar and Emma Louisa Purnell of 3 Springfield Terrace, Birchgrove, Cardiff, - died 08th September 1916 at The Somme - age 20 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - reference - Pier and Face 7A and 10A.

PURNELL. THOMAS - Private - 21281 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 7 Fir Tree Cottages, Cwmtillery, born in Abertillery, - died of wounds 24th April 1917 - buried at Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - II C 1

PURNELL. WILLIAM DAVID - Private - 84649 - King’s Liverpool Regiment - 17 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

PURSEY. WILLIAM JOHN CHARLES - Private - 60244 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 2 Coronation Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

QUARRIER. EDWARD JOHN - 2nd Lieutenant Hapshire Regiment previously - Sergeant - 21220 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 4 Argyle Street, Abertillery, - treated for gun shot wound to left hand 11th July 1916, - killed in action 31st May 1918 - age 28 - commemorated Ploegsteert Memorial, Hainault, Belgium, - reference panel 6 - previously pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 21st April 1916.

QUINN. JOHN - Pioneer - WR 22456 - 312 Coy, Royal Engineers - 24 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.
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RADFORD. ALBERT EDWARD - Private - 238101 - 10th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 41 High Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

RADFORD. GEORGE, A - 41 High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

RAISON. HENRY - Pioneer - 291681 - 703rd Labour Corps - 2 Green Meadow Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RALPH. AUDREY - Womens Royal Naval Service - resident of Abertillery, - 1942 South Wales Gazette.

RALPH. EDGAR VERNON - MM 2128 - Medical Board Lavatera - 1 Station Hill, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RALPH. EDMUND - Corporal - 21095 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 11 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RALPH. THEOPHILUS JOHN - Private - DM2/154083 - (MT), Army Service Corps - 1 Station Hill, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RALPH. VICTOR JEHOIADA  (MSM) - Private - M2/155709 - (MT), Army Service Corps - 1 Station Hill, Abertillery, - citation for Meritorious Service Award listed in the London Gazette dated 14th June 1918, issue 30750, page 7163.

RALPH. VICTOR NEVILLE GORDON - Lieutenant - 207873 - 165 Field Regiment, Royal Artillery - son of Victor Jehoiada and Constance Grace Ralph of Newport, - died 20th August 1943 - age 24 - buried at Catania War Cemetery, Sicily, Italy - memorial reference - II A 19 - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery, - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 10 September 1943.

RALPH. WILLIAM JOHN (DFC) - son of Mr & Mrs Abner Ralph - born Abertillery - educated at West Monmouthshire Grammar School and Cardiff Technical College - notice of citation South Wales Gazette dated 18 August 1945.

RANCOMBE. MARCUS ERNEST WILLIAM - Private - 1593 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Abertillery on 14th April 1895, enlisted 25th June 1913, only son of William John and Elizabeth Rancombe of 15 Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery, son in law of Amos Buckle of Waddesdon, Buckinghamshire, employed at Six Bells Colliery, Abertillery, - died 5th April 1915 of wounds received at Messines Ridge - buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France - memorial reference - J 60 - 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 South Wales Gazette dated 04 June 1915.

RANDALL. CHARLES ALBERT MONROE, - Ordinary Seaman, - R/JX 244027, - “Tunisian” - Merton Villa, Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - Died July 09th 1942, - remembered Portsmouth Naval Memorial, - panel 66, column 1, - commemorated in the Memorial List, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Mission to Seamen Chapel, Alexandra Docks, Newport.

RANDALL. RAYMOND FREDERICK - Ordinary Seaman - D/JX679169 - HMS “Glendower” - son of Frederick and Martha Randall of Newport, employed at the Orb Works, Newport, - died 23rd May 1944 - age 19 - buried at Christchurch Cemetery, Christchurch Road, Newport - memorial reference - Block 1 Extension Grave 19 - commemorated on the Orb Works Memorial, Corporation Road, Newport - commemorated in the Memorial List, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Mission to Seamen Chapel, Alexandra Docks, Newport - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

RANDALL. WILLIAM - Gunner - 258439 - 119th Brigade, RFA - 9 Heolgerrig, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RANDALL. WILLIAM JAMES - Sapper - WR/328422 - Inland Waterways - 197 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RANN. DOROTHY M - 48A Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

RASMUSSEN, EDWARD CHRISTIAN CARL (TED) - Flying Officer/Navigator - 121260 - 12 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - only son of John (Jack) Rasmussen and Mrs. Rose Hannah Rasmussen of 48 Hewertson Street, Newport, husband of Bettina Beatrice Rasmussen of Leeds, Yorkshire, and 52 Lyne Road, Newport; educated at Crindau and Brynglas Schools, Newport; employed by Monmouthshire County Constabulary as a Police Constable at Abertillery, Ebbw Vale and Caerwent, played rugby for Abertillery, Pill Harriers, Newport and for Ebbw Vale - died 11th January 1943 at Duisberg, Germany - age 26 - buried at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Dusseldorf, Germany - memorial reference - 8 F 18 - commemorated on the Village Square Memorial, Caerwent - commemorated in the Memorial List, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated in the Beaufort, Ebbw Vale and Waunllwyd Districts Book of Remembrance - commemorated on the Monmouthshire Constabulary Memorial, Police Headquarters, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran - commemorated on the Ebbw Vale Ex-Servicemen’s Institute Memorial, Queens Square Hill, Ebbw Vale - commemorated on the Oak Panel Memorial, Christchurch, Church Crescent, Ebbw Vale - commemorated in the Abergavenny Memorial List, Gwent County Archives, County Hall, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran - obituary in the Weekly Argus dated 24th April 1943 including photograph.

RATHBONE. KENNETH GRAHAM - Sergeant - 1235704 - 106 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of George Graham Rathbone and Lilian Doris Rathbone of Cwmtillery, - died 13th July 1943 - age 22 - commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, Cooper's Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey - memorial reference - Panel 162 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, - commemorated at St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, Cwmtillery.

RAWLINGS. ALBERT - Gunner - 74418 - 172 Battery, C Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 15 Cross Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RAYMENT. H J - Gunner - 43278 - Royal Artillery - see ROGERS. T

RAYMENT. CHARLES F - 59 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

RAYNER. EDWARD - Private - 19728 - 3rd South Lancs - 35 Coronation Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

READ. ALBERT JAMES - Private - 60262 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 6 Hafodarthan Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

READ. ARTHUR HENRY - Signalman - WZ/1516 - “President III” - RNVR - 32 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

READ. FRANCIS CYRIL (POW) - Acting Sergeant - 5179068 - Gloucester Regiment - 35 Regent Place, Llanhilleth.

READ. FREDERICK JOHN - Lance Corporal - 265706 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 24 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

READ. LAURA, J - 36 Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

READING. JOSEPH - Pioneer - WR/22458 - Royal Engineers - 63 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REECE. WILLIAM JAMES - 8 Woodside Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1938 absent voters.

REED. CHARLES SIDNEY - Lieutenant - A Company 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - employed as a teacher at Abertillery County Intermediate School - 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 on the Liberal Club Memorial (Abertillery Museum) - commemorated on the Monmouthshire County Intermediate Schools Teachers Memorial, County Hall, Turnpike Road, Croesycoeliog, Cwmbran - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - a letter written home by him was published in the South Wales Argus dated 17th May 1915 & pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04 June 1915.

REED. GEORGE JOHN - Corporal - 15700 - 10th Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - son of William Reed of 49 Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - died 2nd March 1916 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 22 - commemorated on the Central War Memorial, Castle Street, Caerphilly - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

REED. HARRY - Private - 64884 - 229 Company, Machine Gun Corps - 25 High Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REED. HARRY - Private - L/6002 - Queens Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) - 56 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - born Southboro, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, - died 18 April 1915 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Leper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - Panel 45 and 47 - listed in the South Wales Gazette dated 14th July 1916.

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

REED. JAMES ALFRED - Rifleman - 6843718 - King’s Royal Rifle Corps - 27 Upper Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1930 absent voters.

REED. JOHN TREVOR  - Chief Stoker - P/K.62896 - HMS “Hereward” - Royal Navy - 19 Oak Street, Abertillery, - aged 36 - ship lost 29th May 1941, - missing presumed killed - honoured on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial - Panel 53, Column 3. served on HMS “Lucia” 1929 absent voters.

REED. THOMAS JAMES - Private - 33190 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of William Reed of 56 Princess Street, Abertillery, - former miner at the Gray Colliery Abertillery, - died 10th July 1916 (Mametz Wood) - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22 December 1916.

REED. WILLIAM AMOS - Corporal - 14324 - 5th South Wales Borderers - 1 Under Clydach Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REED. WILLIAM HEWITT - Drummer - 20893 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 56 Princess Street, Abertillery, - Former miner at Vivian Colliery - 1918 & 1919 absent voters list. Enlisted under the name REED. CHARLES EWART in 1915.

REES. ANNIE M - “Athlone”, Blenheim Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

REES. DAVID JOHN - Private - 202272 - 9th Welsh Regiment - born Six Bells - resident of Abertillery - son of David Rees of 38 Markham Crescent, Oakdale, Monmouthshire, - died 24th September 1917 - buried - St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Franve, - grave reference - P. III. I. IIA.

REES. EDGAR WILLIAM - Private - 14391 - 5th South Wales Borderers - 2 Ivydale Cottages, Hafodvan Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

REES. FREDERICK – Royal Artillery - enlisted Larkhill 1941 - 10 Bywaters Row, Abertillery, - husband to Mary (nee Baghurst) - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery, - subsequently died in the Six Bells Mining Disaster.

REES. GEORGE - Private - 390528 - Army Service Corps - 106 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REES. GILLIAN - Civilian - died 17th May 1941 at 16 Ventnor Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire in an air raid - age 22 months - resident of 16 Ventnor Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, daughter of Ivor Noel Rees who also died and Nancy Rees (nee Rosser) who also died, granddaughter of Ivor Rees of The Croft, Abertillery; granddaughter of E. V. and Gladys Rosser of 175 Station Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, Warwickshire, - commemorated in the Municipal Borough of Nuneaton Section of the Civilian War Dead Register

REES. IVOR - Sergeant - 9731 - 11th Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers - son of Mrs. Alice Harris, husband of Charlotte Ann Rees of 11 Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent, - died 18th May 1916 - age 33 - buried at Ecoivres Military Cemetery, Mont-St. Eloi, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - I M 13 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

REES. IVOR NOEL - Civilian - died 17th May 1941 at 16 Ventnor Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire in an air raid - age 32 - resident of 16 Ventnor Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, son of Ivor Rees of The Croft, Abertillery, husband of Nancy Rees (nee Rosser) who also died, father of Gilliam Rees who also died, son-in-law of E. V. and Gladys Rosser of 175 Station Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, Warwickshire;,educated at Monmouth Boys School - commemorated in the Municipal Borough of Nuneaton Section of the Civilian War Dead Register also commemorated in the Monmothian Magazine, Monmouth School Archives, Monmouth School, Monmouth.

REES. LEWIS H - Private - 11616 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rees of Railway Terrace, Penybont, Abertillery, - died 24th November 1915 - age 22 - commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel 52 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

REES. MORGAN - Private - 117658 - 36th Battalion Machine Gun Corps (Infantry) - died 21st August 1918 - commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 11 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

REES. NANCY - Civilian - died 17th May 1941 at 16 Ventnor Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire in an air raid - age 27 - resident of 16 Ventnor Road, Nuneaton, Warwickshire, wife of IVOR NOEL REES who also died, daughter-in-law of Ivor Rees of The Croft, Abertillery; mother of Gillian Rees who also died, - daughter of E. V. and Gladys Rosser of 175 Station Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, Warwickshire - commemorated in the Municipal Borough of Nuneaton Section of the Civilian War Dead Register.

REES. NOEL A - “St. Donats”, Clytha Crescent, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

REES. PHILIP ALFRED - Private - 13954 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abercarn, enlisted at Newport, son of Lewis and Miriam Rees, husband of Annie Howells (formerly Rees) of 7 Penybont Terrace, Abertillery, - died 28th June 1915 - age 36 - commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey - memorial reference - Panel 80-84 or 219 - 220 - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Woolos Cathedral Memorial, Stow Hill, Newport, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 30th July 1915.

REES. PHYLLIS - “Athlone”, Blenheim Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

REES. REES - 10 Gelli Crug Road, Abertillery, - former member of Powell's Tillery Swimming Club - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 23rd March 1945.

REES. REES LEONARD - Private - 61052 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - Coed Cae Dhu, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REES. STANLEY JOHN - Private 20082 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - served 1914 - 1918.

REES. THOMAS DANIEL - Able Seaman Wales - Z/1404 - Nelson Battalion Royal Naval Division Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - 184 Alma Street, Abertillery, - died 13th November 1916 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 1A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

REES. THOMAS E - “Painswick House”, Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

REES. WALLACE - Driver - W/4641 - Royal Horse and Field Artillery - born Abertillery - husband of Patricia Whiting, (formerly Rees) of 9 Nottingham Street, Canton, Cardiff - died 11th September 1918 - age 28 - buried Red Cross Corner Cemetery, Beugny, Pas de Calais - grave reference II A 7.

REES. WILLIAM IVOR - Private - 187143 - 4th Reserve Battalion, Machine Gun Corps - served 1914 -1918.

REES. WILLIAM IVOR - Private - 5/186449 - 116th Theatre Reserve Battalion - Coed Cae Dhu, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REEVE. ROBERT - Sergeant - 5816 - 2nd Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment - 19 Edward Street, Abertillery, - died 9th May 1915 - commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Comines-Warneton, Hainaut, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 7 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

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

REEVES. PERCY - Private - 228010 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 890 and 15722 Monmouthshire Regiment - 22 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - listed as wounded South Wales Gazette dated 25th August 1916.

REGAN. WILLIAM - Private - 1371 - 3rd Monmouthshire Regiment - born St. Pauls, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of Daniel and Margaret Regan of 6 Nailsworth Terrace, Cheltenham, - died 22 May 1915 - age 22 - commemorated Liege (Robermont) Cemetery, Liege, Belgium, - grave reference 14.

REYNOLDS. ALBERT EDWARD - Sergeant - 13158 - D/86 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 49 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REYNOLDS. CATHERINE - 48 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

REYNOLDS. ERNEST - Private - 88885 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 23 Fountain Terrace, Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - also listed at Landore Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REYNOLDS. EVAN JOHN - Private - 3462 - 1st/3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born 25th April 1891, son of Arthur and Elizabeth Reynolds of Abergavenny, husband of Ruth Reynolds of 3 Priory Walk, Abergavenny, - died 16th July 1916 - age 25 - buried at Aveluy Wood Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France - memorial reference - I B 2 - commemorated on the Baptist Church Memorial, Frogmore Street, Abergavenny - 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 St. Mary’s and Christchurch Memorial, St. Mary’s Priory Church, Monk Street, Abergavenny - commemorated on the Hereford Road Boys School Memorial, Bailey Court, Old Hereford Road, Abergavenny - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

REYNOLDS. HERBERT - Private - 12664 - 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Trowbridge, Wilts, enlisted at Newport; resident of Abertillery, brother of William Reynolds of 52 Newall Street, Abertillery, - died 11th August 1915 - age 19 - buried at East Mudros Military Cemetery, Lemnos, Greece - memorial reference - II D 60

REYNOLDS. WALTER - Private - A/368830 - EF Canteens - 1 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

REYNOLDS. WILLIAM - Private - 119 - 1st/3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - Bywaters Row, Abertillery, - died 27th March 1915 - buried at Wulverghem Churchyard, Heuvelland, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Special Memorial 9 - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery.

RHYDDERCH. BRYNLEY ARTHUR - 14 Under Bourneville Road, Abertillery, - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery.

RICE. JOHN - Private - 151987 - 46th Machine Gun Corps - 6 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDS. ALBERT - Rifleman - 227978 - Royal Field Artillery - 18 King’s Head Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDS. ALFRED CHARLES - Ordinary Seaman - J 736 - RN Naval Base - 14 Rhiw Parc Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDS. CHARLES - Lance Corporal - 290729 - 1/2 Monmouthshire Regiment - 5 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery - died 27th September 1917 - commemorated at Bleuet Farm Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference - I E 48 - pictured South Wales Gazette 09th November 1917.

RICHARDS. CHARITY - 14 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

RICHARDS. EDGAR - Private - SP/3059 - 24th London Regiment - born Abertillery, June 1890, (Bedwelty 11a 81)- brother of Mrs. Eleanor Harrington of 4 Park Avenue, Rogerstone, Monmouthshire, - died 31st March 1916 - age 25 - buried at Aix-Noilette Communal Cemetery Extension, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - II H 25.

RICHARDS. EDWARD HENRY - Private - 3678 - Royal Berkshire Regiment - 5 Forge Hammer Row, Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDS. HARRY - Private - 36787 - 8th Berkshire Regiment - 9 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDS. HARRY - Corporal - 089150 - 4th Base Remount - 7 Glyn Crug Cottages, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDS. JAMES (MM) - Sergeant - 627188 - Labour Corps - previously Corporal 18903 South Wales Borderers - 2 Pond Houses, Abertillery, - military funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 02 October 1925, a single man aged 39 - buried New Cemetery, Brynithel, - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

RICHARDS. JOHN - Gunner - 1063 X - 38th T M Battery Royal Field Artillery - son of John and Sarah Richards of 17 Penybont Terrace, Abertillery, - worked for Refuge Insurance of Abertillery, - died 28th March 1918 - age 24 - buried at Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres, Nord, France - memorial reference - VII D 30 - 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, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 19 April 1918.

RICHARDS. MATTHEW - Private - 14769 - South Wales Borderers - Born Nantyglo, husband of Mrs. Richards of 101 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg - previously employed at Arael Griffin Colliery, Six Bells, - died 21st December 1914 - age 29 - commemorated at Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France, - reference, panels 14 and 15.

RICHARDS. RUSSELL MARDY - Private - 14541721 - 2nd/6th Battalion Queens Royal Regiment (West Surrey) - died 29th January 1944 - age 20 - buried at Minturno War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference - III F 18 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

RICHARDS. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 8661 - Machine Gun Corps - 40 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDS. THOMAS JOHN - Private - 33017 - 11th South Wales Borderers - 25 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

RICHARDS. WILLIAM - Private - 1215 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 13 Castle Street, Abertillery, - died 2nd 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 publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

RICHARDS. WILLIAM CHARLES (MM) - 22 Lancaster Street, Six Bells - aged 73 - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 23 February 1962 - buried New Cemetery, Brynithel.

RICHARDS. WILLIAM, E - Gunner - 259021 - Royal Field Artillery - 33 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

RICHARDSON. HENRY JOSEPH - Private - 57095 - 1/9 Middlesex Regiment - 19 Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters list.

RICHARDSON. SAMUEL - Sapper - 320991 - 19th Royal Engineers - 39 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.
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RIDDLE. WILLIAM GEORGE COLE - he was baptised William George Cole Riddle in Thornbury on 3rd December 1882.  He was the son of Luke Riddle, a labourer and his wife, Mary Jane who lived at Milbury Heath.  In the 1901 census he was a grocer's porter living with his mother in Hackett Lane.  His father was a pauper inmate at the Workhouse and he died in 1902 aged 43.  His widowed mother married George Longden in 1904 and they settled to live at Hollytree Cottage, Grovesend.  The 1911 census shows William had moved to Wales, where he was railway platelayer, boarding in Blaina, Monmouthshire. In 1915 he returned to Thornbury to marry Catherine Alway, but they went to live back in Bedwellty, Monmouthshire which is where she died in 1916 aged 27.     Following Catherine's death, William enlisted in the South Wales Borderers (49371) - in 1916.  He was a repairer's assistant living at Ty Bryn Road, Abertillery at the time. He was serving as a Private in 16th Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusilliers (93906) when he was killed in France on 8th October 1918.  He was buried at Bois-Des-Angles British Cemetery, Crevecoeur-Sur-L'Escaut

RIDEOUT. ALBERT HENRY - Lieutenant/Corporal - 3955970 - Welsh Regiment, - 2 Richmond Road, Six Bells  - 1930 absent voters - served 1939-1945 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

RIDEOUT. ALFRED JAMES - Lance Corporal - WR 321004 - Inland Waterways - 3 Coronation Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

RIDEOUT. GEORGE - Private - 155022 - Army Service Corps - 25 Adam Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROACH. JOHN - 59 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROBATHAN. CYRIL - Driver - 117246 - 43rd Royal Field Artillery - 16 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBATHAN. ERNEST RALPH MORGAN - Engine Room Artificer - M/11897 - HMS “Indefatigable” - resident of 16 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg - son of Thomas and Agnes Mary Robathan of Pontymoile, Pontypool, Monmouthshire, - husband of Ethel Gladys Martha Morgan - died at the battle of Jutland, 31st May 1916 - age 28 - commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, - panel 14 - named in the South Wales Gazette dated 23rd June 1916.

ROBATHAN. GEORGE - Private - 71798 - 7th Royal Fusiliers - 16 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters

ROBBINS. GWYN - 58 Brynwyn Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROBBINS. JESSE ROLAND - Sapper - 387663 - 6th Royal Engineers - formerly worked for the Great Western Railway at Abertillery, - son of E and E Robbins of Mapledurham, Reading, Berkshire, - died 1st October 1917 - age 22 - commemorated Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - grave reference - XX5 G 6A - commemorated on the Great Western Railway Station Memorial, Chester.

ROBBINS. WILLIAM - Private - 5/186156 - 116th TRB - 29 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. ALLEN JAMES - Driver - 66150 - 15th Cheshire Regiment - 65 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. BENJAMIN ENOCH - Corporal - 33147 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 41 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. CHRISTOPHER - Private - 24953 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 42 Upper Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. EMRYS JONES - Private - G/13708 - 6th Battalion The Buffs (East Kent Regiment) - died 3rd May 1917 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Bay 2 - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Anne’s Church Memorial, Nantyglo, - commemorated Abertillery Grammar School Memorial.

ROBERTS. GEORGE - Private - 40123 - 6th South Wales Borderers - 3 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. GEORGE, K - 4 Glan Ebbw Terrace, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROBERTS. GRANVILLE - Flight Lieutenant - 46251 - 53 Squadron Royal Air Force - son of Thomas John and Maud Roberts, husband of Audrey Roberts of Stapenhill, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, - died 17th April 1944 - age 27 - commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, Cooper's Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey - memorial reference - Panel 203 - commemorated on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery - 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, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina - commemorated on the Old Hafodyddol School Memorial, Ebenezer Chapel, Chapel Road, West Side, Blaina

ROBERTS. JAMES - Gunner - 21207 - 3rd Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery - 3 Green Meadow Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. JAMES - Air Mechanic - 267694 - Royal Air Force - 4 Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. JOSEPH HENRY - Private - 52489 - 552nd Employment Company - 2 Oak Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters

ROBERTS. LEONARD WILLIAM - Private - 69927 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 68 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS LEWIS GEORGE - Able Seaman - P/JX 168613 - HMS “Hood” - son of George and Kate Roberts of 33 Tillery Street, Abertillery - ship lost in the Denmark Straits - died 24th May 1941 - age 22 - commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial, Southsea Common, Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire - memorial reference - Panel 49 Column 2 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated in the Memorial List, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Mission For Seamen Chapel, Flying Angel, Alexandra Dock Gates, Newport.

ROBERTS. LLEWELLYN - Private - 88876 - 3rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 42 Upper Griffin Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. ROBERT - 3 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. THOMAS - Private - 39954 - Labour Company - 25 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. WILLIAM - Private - 22569 - 2nd Welsh Regiment - resident of Abertillery - died 25th September 1915 - commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas de Calais, France, - reference panel 77 and 78.

ROBERTS. WILLIAM - Lance Sergeant - 1270 - 1st/2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Cwmtillery, enlisted at Crumlin, resident of Newbridge, - died 27th November 1916 - buried at A. I. F. Burial Ground, Flers, Somme, France - memorial reference - V E 9 - 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 in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Battalion Roll of Honour, St. Mary’s Church, Hafodyrynys Road, Crumlin.

ROBERTS. WILLIAM - Private - 30493 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 3 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. WILLIAM HENRY - Driver - 19737 - A/76 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery - 42 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTS. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 54249 - 7th Durham Light Infantry - 2 Oak Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBERTSON. ANDREW S - 73 Aberbeeg Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROBINS. JOSEPH, C (POW) - Engine Room Artificer - D/MX 57736 - HMS “Exeter” - son of Jonah Robins of 5 Crook Hill, Cwmtillery, - taken prisoner 01st March 1942 - imprisoned Fukuoka Camp 2B, Nagasaki, Japan, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th March 1940.

ROBINS. WILLIAM - Private - 20179 - South Wales Borderers - 81 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

ROBINSON. ALBERT EDWIN - Private - 52079 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 7 Carmel Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROBINSON. BENJAMIN - Private - 266129 - Mommouthshire Regiment - “Maesyderwen”, Aberbeeg - 1918 absent voters.

ROBINSON. JAMES E - 60 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROCK. FRANK - 86 Old Penybont Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROCK. VIOLET - 86 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROCYN - JONES. AUGUSTUS HUWE (OBE) - Major - 42504V - South African Engineer Corps - son of the Reverend Sir David Thomas Rocyn- Jones and Alla Jones, (daughter of Alderman Samuel Nathan Jones) of “Preswylfa”, Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - left South Wales in 1935 to work for the Consolidated Goal Mines Company in Johannesburg - mentioned in dispatches 1941 - served in Monte Cassino, Anzio, Salerno and San Marino - citation for Posthumous OBE, London Gazette dated 28 June 1945, issue 37151, page 3366 - died 29 May 1945 - commemorated at Castiglione South African War Cemetery, Italy, - grave reference VI B 3.

RODERICK. WYNDHAM (MM) - Gunner - 105214 - 62nd Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, - 13 Oxford Street, Abertillery, - awarded his Military Medal by the King - London Gazette, 23rd September 1916, issue 29719, page 8363 - 1918 absent voters.

ROGERS. ALBERT - Private - 285188 - 26th Gloucestershire Regiment - 19 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROGERS. BENJAMIN - Driver - 259525 - D Battery 7th Reserve Brigade - Royal Field Artillery - 23 Penybont Road, Abertillery, - also listed at Landore Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROGERS. CHARLES EDWARD - Private - 18865 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 21 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROGERS. FREDERICK THOMAS - Driver - T/392278 - Army Service Corps - 4 Victoria Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

ROGERS. GEORGE ERNEST - Private - 25447 - 18th Battalion attached to the 101st Light T. M. Battery Welsh Regiment - The Laurels, Royal Lane, Abertillery, son of George James and Martha Rogers of Ross Villa, Bryngwyn Road, Newbridge, - died 1st August 1918 - age 21 - buried at Senlis French National Cemetery, Oise, France - memorial reference - II D 70 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 25 February 1916 & 30 August 1918.

ROGERS. GILBERT - Private - 446828 - 31st Battalion Canadian Infantry (Alberta Regiment) - son of George and Elizabeth Rogers of 10 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg, - died 6th June 1916 - age 27 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 24-28-30 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

ROGERS. GWYNETH - 26 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROGERS. JOHN W - 71 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROGERS. REES - Private - 14428 - 8th Battalion South Lancashire Regiment - died 15th July 1916 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 7A and 7B - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Anne’s Church Memorial, Nantyglo - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

ROGERS. SIDNEY GEORGE - Able Seaman - Wales Z/1401 - Hawke Battalion, Royal Naval Division, Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - 16 Kings Head Terrace, Abertillery, and son of Mr and Mrs Frederick Rogers of 55 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - died 18th April 1917 - aged 28 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Bay 1 - 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.

ROGERS. STANLEY - Corporal - 59165 - 53rd Liverpool Regiment - 10 Railway Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

ROGERS. T - Driver 43278 - 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.

ROGERS. THOMAS WILLIAM - Lance Corporal - 47473 - 9th Welsh Regiment - 1 Roch Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROGERS. TOM PERCIVAL  - 23 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - served 1914-1918 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

ROGERS. WILFORD IRA - Stoker 1st Class - K17348 - S/M “E 50” - born Abertillery 1894 and son of Henry and Emily J Rogers of 5 Woodville Road, Cwm, Monmouthshire - died - 01 February 1918 -
Honoured by the Barrow Submariners Association - commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial - panel 28.

ROGERS. WILFRED, A - 25 Grosvenor Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROGERS. WILLIAM THOMAS ROLAND - Stoker Second Class - SS/117966 - HMS “Argus” - born in Pontypool, resident of Clarence House, Blaenau Gwent, - son of John and Louisa Rogers of 38 Treowen Road, Treowen, Newbridge, - died 26th October 1918 - age 24 - buried at St. Paul’s Churchyard, East Bank, Cwmtillery (private headstone).

ROLLINS. FRANK E P - 22 Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROOKE. FRED - Corporal - 315949 - 4th Monmouthshire Regiment - 6 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROSE. ABRAHAM – Private - 021188 – 97th Company, Army Ordnance Corps - 6 Church Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

ROSE. WILLIAM HAYDN - Private - 27774 - 18th Battalion Welsh Regiment - son of George and Cecilia Rose of 49 Bryngwyn Road, Abertillery, - drowned in an accident off Porthcawl whilst on leave - died 11th July 1915 - age 21 - buried at Blaenau Gwent Baptist Chapelyard, Victoria Street, Blaenau Gwent, - memorial reference, - Special Memorial (by caged stone wall) - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

ROSEBLADE. ALFRED HENRY - Lance Corporal - 21441 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 24 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

ROSKIN. NATHANIEL - 2nd Lieutenant - 2794 - Manchester Regiment - later Quartermaster Sergeant - 265813- Manchester Regiment -  “Brynderwyn”, Commercial Road, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

ROSSER. EDWARD - Private - 18158 - 7th South Wales Borderers - resident of Abertillery - died 26th August 1915 - buried Aldershot Military Cemetery, Hampshire, - grave reference AF 1914.

ROSSER. FRANK - 27 High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

ROSSER. HERBERT LLEWELLYN - Captain - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

ROSSITER. STEPHEN - Driver - 452071 - Royal Engineers - “Bryngaer”, Brynithel, - 1918 absent voters.

ROWE. GEORGE HENRY - Private - 2622 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born Abertillery, Monmouthshire and resident of 18 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - husband to May Louisa Rowe - died 8th July 1916 and the first member of the regiment to fall at The Somme - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 16B - 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 South Wales Gazette dated 11th August 1916.

ROWE. JOHN - Private - 44486 - Royal Defence Corps - 20 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

ROWLAND. EDWARD M - 59 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROWLAND. ERIC J - 24 Church Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

ROWLANDS. ALBERT - Private - 202652 - 4th Welsh Regiment - 23 Church Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

ROWLES. ALICE - Civilian - daughter of Stanley and Margaret Rowles (nee Cox) of 34 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - died 11 April 1941 at 5 Priory Road, Shirehampton, Bristol, - age 22 - commemorated in the County Borough of Bristol Register of the Civilian War Dead - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

RUCK. EDDIE - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

RUCK. KEN - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

RUDGE. ANTHONY - Corporal - 12983 - 4th South Wales Borderers - born Llanhilleth, Monmouthshire, - died 09th August 1915 - buried at 7th Field Ambulance Cemetery, Turkey, - grave reference - IV A 10.

RUDGE. CHARLES - Private - 191871 - 228 Employment Company - 52 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

RUGMAN. JOHN - Private - 267693 - 1st Mon Reg - 17 Heolgerrig, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

RUMSEY. CHARLES GORDON - Lieutenant - 3rd Battalion South Wales Borderers attached to the 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment - resident of Crickhowell, Breconshire, son of Walter Parry Rumsey and Annie M. Rumsey of Darrygarth, Aberbeeg, gained a BSC at Aberystwyth in 1914 - died 25th May 1915 at Bellewaarde Ridge - age 23 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Addenda Panel - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - commemorated on the Health Centre War Memorial, Beaufort Street, Crickhowell, Powys - commemorated on the Abertillery County School Memorial at St. Michaels, Abertillery.

RUSSELL. ALBERT - 180 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

RUSSELL. FRANK - Private - 258240 - Royal Field Artillery - 12 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

RUSSELL. LUTHER BERT - Private - 20965 - 10th South Wales Borderers - 66 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

RYAN. DANIEL - Lance Sergeant - 14938 - 2nd South Wales Borderers - son of Mrs. Elizabeth Esther Herbert of 47 Newall Street, Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 08th April 1916 - buried Mesnil Ridge Cemetery, Mesnil-Martinsart, Somme, France - grave reference - C1.
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SACH. ERNEST ALBERT - 2nd Boer War - Bridge Street, Abertillery, - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 09 June 1944.

SAGE. ARTHUR - Private - 54244 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - Pantypwdn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SAGE. GEORGE HUNTLEY - Private - T/259786 - Army Service Corps - born Abertillery 1900 - son of Joseph and Edith Sage of 5 Jubilee Terrace, Abertillery.

SALT. THOMAS FREDERICK CYRIL - Second Lieutenant - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment formerly Lance Corporal 2303 of the 11th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born at Arael House, Aberbeeg on 26th October 1893, only son of Thomas Frederick, colliery proprietor and Mary Ellen Salt of Gwentland House, Oak Street, Abertillery, son in law of John Carpenter, colliery proprietor, educated at the County Intermediate School, Abertillery, employed as an articled clerk at Messrs. Powells’ Tillery Colliery Company - died 4th April 1915 in hospital at No. 8 Casualty Clearing Station, Bailleul of wounds received on the 3rd April 1915 at Messines-Wytschaete Ridge, Wulverghem - buried at Bailleul Communal Cemetery Extension, Nord, France - memorial reference - I 19 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - obituary in the Spring 1915 issue of The Tylerian, Abertillery County School Magazine - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04 June 1915.

SAMUEL. CHARLES, D - Bell Inn, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SANDELL. HENRY JAMES - Private - 4th Monmouthshire Regiment - Globwlla Farm, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SARGEANT. ALFRED LLEWELLYN - Sergeant/Air Gunner - 528626 - 84 Squadron Royal Air Force - son of William George and Agnes Mary Sargeant of Llanhilleth, - died 22nd December 1940 - age 22 - commemorated on the Alamein Memorial, Egypt - memorial reference - Column 240 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

SARGEANT. CHARLES JAMES (DFM) - Flight Sergeant - 3025123 - 7 Squadron, RAF - 6 Brooklyn Terrace, Llanhilleth - son of William Sargeant, husband to Patricia Sargeant, - prior to the war worked at Ebbw Vale as a porter for the Great Western Railway, later worked at Crumlin Low Level and Aberbeeg - invested with the DFM by the King in Cardiff, - living veteran - citation London Gazette 25th May 1945, page 2669 - pictured South Wales Argus dated 27th November 1945.

SARGEANT. JAMES HENRY - Private - 354776 - H S Employ Company - 2 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SARGENT. EDWIN JOHN GOSTWYCK - Surgeon - HMS “Topaze”- son of William Gostwyck and Hilda Sargent of Polyphant House, Padstow, Cornwall, and formerly of Abertillery, - died 25th June 1918 - age 25 - commemorated Kirkee 1914 - 1918 Memorial, India - reference Face A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael's Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the Padstow Memorial, Cornwall  

SAUNDERS. CHARLES G. - Private - 12459 - C Squadron 5th Battalion Dragoon Guards (Princess Charlotte of Wales) - husband of Catherine Saunders of 29 Roseheyworth Road, Abertillery, - died 17th January 1916 - age 27 - commemorated on the Loos Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel I - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 21st April 1916.

SAUNDERS. HENRY - Private - 265408 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - 25 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SAUNDERS. THOMAS - Gunner - 181396 - Royal Garrison Artillery - “Glandwr Cottage”, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SAUNDERS. WILLIAM - 25 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SAUNDERS. WILLIAM HARRIS - Petty Officer, - J 5200 (CH) - Royal Navy - river gun boat “Mantis”, died 26th February 1917, on the river Tigris, Mesopotamia. - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SAVAGE. JOSEPH HENRY - Private - 33273 - 11th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Stafford, Staffordshire, enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Cradley Heath, Staffordshire, son of Mrs. Selina Kirton of 14 High Town, Cradley, Cradley Heath, Staffordshire, brother of William Henry Savage who also gave his life for his country - died 31st July 1917 - age 19 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 22 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SAVAGE. WILLIAM HENRY - Sergeant - 12563 - 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Stourbridge, Worcestershire, enlisted at Newport, resident of Cradley Heath, Staffordshire, son of Mrs. Selina Savage of 14 High Town, Cradley, Cradley Heath, Staffordshire, brother of Joseph Henry Savage who also gave his life for his country - died 21st August 1915 - age 19 - commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey - memorial reference - Panel 80-84 or 219-220 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SAWTELL. ERNEST JAMES - Private - 5683212 - 2nd Battalion Somerset Light Infantry  - son of John and Mabel Sawtell, husband of Greta May Sawtell of Congresbury, Somerset - died 23rd June 1944 - age 34- buried at Bolsena War Cemetery, Italy - memorial reference - I C 8 - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04th August 1944.

SCOTNEY. GEORGE A - 2 High Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

SCOTT. EDGAR HENRY ELIAS - Private - 88899 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 23 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SCOTT. JOSEPH DENT - Lance Corporal - 18885 - South Wales Borderers - 69 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SCOURFIELD. THOMAS JOHN - Private - 76018 - Tank Corps - 4 Lancaster Stret, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SCREEN. FRANK - Driver - 2322 - 121st Royal Field Artillery - 5 Crook Hill, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SCRIBBINS. CHARLES HENRY - Private - 498280 - Labour Company - 13 Victoria Road, Six Bells, - enlisted 14th October 1914 - demobed 17th January 1919 - 1918 absent voters.

SEABORNE. CHARLES - Ordinary Seaman - Z 4786 - HMS “Olympic” - 132 Arael Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SEELEY. ALBERT EDWARD - Private - 14604 - 1st South Wales Borderers - born Coventry - former watchmaker, Church Street, Abertillery, - first served France 01st April 1915 - discharged 25th August 1916 - died 09th April 1919 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, -commemorated on the St. Michael's Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery, - buried New Cemetery, Brynithel, - funeral notice in the South Wales Gazette dated 18th April 1919.

SEELEY. ALBERT SEMI - Gunner - 701676 - 330 Brigade, RFA - 37 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SEELEY. ISIAH - Private - 126038 - 637th HS Employ Labour Company - 36 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SEELEY. JOHN MOFFATT - Guardsman - 24712 - 2nd Grenadier Guards - born Suffolk 1879 and son of Abraham and Jane Seeley - died 03.02 1919 - age 41 -commemorated St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France, - see BUMFORD RICHARD regarding service number

SEELEY. RICHARD - 117 Gladstone Street, Abertillery - 1938 absent voters.

SELBY. GEORGE - Private - 2416 - B Battery 122nd Howitzer Brigade Royal Field Artillery - died 7th January 1916 - buried at Merville Communal Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - VI E 5 - 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 04 February 1916.

SELBY. HARRY - Private - 25938 - 4th Welsh Regiment - 3 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SELBY. THOMAS JAMES - Private - South Wales Borderers - 59 Hafodycoed, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SELF. JOHN HENRY - Rifleman - 227980 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 27 Neuadd Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SELWAY. CLIFFORD WILLIAM - Private - 43614 - 314 Coy, Royal Defence Corps - 33 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SELWOOD. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 38749 - 65th Labour Company - born 1881 at Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - husband to May Selwood of Lliswerry, Newport, Monmouthshire, - served in India, South Africa, Egypt and France, - died 02 January 1919 at St.Cadoc’s Hospital, Caerleon - age 39 - commemorated in the United Kingdom Book of Remembrance - buried at Christchurch Cemetery, Newport, Gwent, - subject of an article in the South Wales Argus dated 18th February 2016.

SELWYN. JACK R - 40 Newall Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SEMMENS. THOMAS HENRY - Private - 33542 - 12th South Wales Borderers - 9 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - born St. Just, Cornwall - died 14th August 1916 - age 23 - buried Chocques Military Cemetery, Pas df Calais, France, - reference I J 53 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SEYMOUR. WILLIAM, E - 11 Park Place, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SHACKLETON. CHARLES EDWARD - Driver T - 309533 - Royal Army Service Corps - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Pontypool and Abersychan Memorial Gates, Hanbury Road, Pontypool - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

SHANAHAN. JAMES - Private - 33834 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - formerly 15224 SWB - 34 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - date of entry 26th January 1915, - demobed 27th August 1919.

SHAPCOTT. ALEXANDER - Private - 266287 - Gloucester Regiment - 30 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SHAW. UNKNOWN - Corporal - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth

SHEARN. GEORGE - Private - 15263 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of Reuben and Mary Shearn of Brunant Cottages, Aberbeeg, - died 22nd August 1915 at Gallipoli - age 34 - buried at sea and commemorated on the Helles Memorial, Turkey - memorial reference, - Panel 80-84 or 219-220 - commemorated on the Horeb Chapel Memorial, Trinant.

SHEARN. GEORGE - 65 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1938 absent voters.

SHEEN. ERNEST - Private - 241195 - 5th Norfolk Regiment - 60 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEEN. JOHN - Private - 54241 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 3 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEEN. RICHARD - Lance Corporal - 10648 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 1 Old Penybont Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEEN. RONALD - 49 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SHELDRAKE. WILLIAM EDWARD - Stoker - S 1890 - HMS “Pembroke II” - 1 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.
SHELDRAKE. WILLIAM EDWARD - Central Hotel, Commercial Street, Llanhilleth, - 1938 absent voters.

SHELLARD. FREDERICK G - 27 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SHEPHERD. FREDERICK JAMES - Gunner - 211058 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 11 Woodland Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEPPARD. CHARLES - Private - 36280 - Somerset Light Infantry - 7 Hyde Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEPPARD. E - Private - 6023615 - Essex Regiment - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

SHEPPARD. HENRY THOMAS - Lance Corporal - 243628 - Agricultural Company - 2 Edward Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEPPARD. JAMES HENRY - Private - 485135 - EC Labour Corps - 8 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEPPARD. JOHN - Rifleman - 7958 - 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade - born in Fishponds, Bristol, Gloucestershire, son of George and Sarah Sheppard of 21 Regents Place, Llanhilleth, - died 9th May 1915 - age 39 - buried at Sailly-sur-la-Lys Canadian Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - II E 112 - commemorated on the Cwmcarn and Pontywaun Memorial, Ivor Street, Cwmcarn.

SHERBUT. RICHARD - Sergeant - 1503 - Royal Enginners - 6 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SHERN. G - Private - South Wales Borderers - served 1914-1918 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth

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

SHEVILL. REGINALD GEORGE - Able Seaman - SS 2468 - HMS “Doris” - 9 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHEWARD. JOSEPH JOHN THOMAS - Gunner - 221057 - Royal Garrison Artillery - born Dudley, West Midlands, and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 04 November 1918 - commemorated at Cross Roads Cemetery, Fontaine-Au-Bois, Nord, France, - grave reference 1 A 27.

SHORE. WILLIAM JAMES - Private - 66987 - Cheshire Regiment - 112 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - served 1914 - 1918.

SHORT. BERTINALL OSWALD PERRY - Private - 29164 - 1st Battalion South Wales Borderers - son of Albert and Tamar Sarah Short of 21 Newall Street, Abertillery, - died 10th November 1917 - age 20 - 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 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Troedrhiwfwch.

SHORT. FRANK LEONARD - Corporal - 33266 - 56th Labour Company - 115 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHORT. JACK (POW) - Sergeant - 7262401 - Royal Army Medical Corps - son of John Charles and Amy Beatrice Short of 43 Richmond Road, Six Bells, Abertillery and husband of Zaida Short of Singapore - died 11th November 1943 - age 26 - worked on the Thailand and Burma railway and buried at Thanbyuzayat War Cemetery, Myanmar - memorial reference - B6 U 14 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial, St. Michael’s Church, Church Street, Abertillery.

SHORT. JACK - 6 Chapel Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SHORT. JOHN CHARLES - Private - 16758 - Army Vet Company - 34 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHORT. JOSEPH - Lance Corporal - P/13294 - Military Foot Police - 36 Bryngwyn Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SHORT. REGINALD - 39 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SHORT. REGINALD - 52 Powell Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SHORT. STANLEY GEORGE - Bombardier - 62623 - 223 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, - 45 Queen Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHOTT. EDGAR WILLIAM - Sapper - 352180 - Royal Engineers - 51 Victoria Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SHRAPNELL. SAM (MONS STAR) - Stoker - 289416 - HMS “Victory VI” - 17 Club Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.
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SILCOX. ARTHUR VINCENT - Private - 355930 - Welsh Field Infantry - 16 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SILCOX. BRINLEY THOMAS - Ordinary Seaman - D/LX.20158 - HMS “Exeter” - 16 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 15th March 1940.

SILCOX. GILBERT - Gunner - 37666 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 16 Brynithel Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SILCOX. WILFRED BERNARD - Private - 26680 - 9th East Surrey’s - 8 Ty Bryn Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SILVERTHORNE. ABRAHAM - Ordinary Seaman - J 81465 - HMS “Conqueror” - 17 Coronation Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SILVERTHORNE. NOAH CYRIL - Private - 53859 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 43 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SIMMONDS. ALBERT HENRY - Able Seaman - Wales Z/619 - Drake Battalion Royal Naval Division Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - son of W. H. Simmonds of The Terrace, Aberbeeg, - died 11th September 1915 - age 18 - commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Plymouth Hoe, Plymouth, Devon - memorial reference - Panel 8 - commemorated on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial.

SIMMONDS. ARTHUR - Private - TR5/186442 - 116th TRB - 11 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SIMMONDS. BRYN - Signaller - Alma Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 17th November 1944.

SIMMONDS. JOHN - Leading Aircraftman - 652688 - 230 Squadron Royal Air Force - son of Thomas Reginald and Mary Simmonds of Blaina, - died 1st May 1941 - age 19 - buried at Alexandria (Chatby) Military and War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt - memorial reference - N 180 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Abertillery Road, Bourneville, Abertillery - 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.

SIMMONDS. RICHARD, J - Private - 267697 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 3074 and 15805 Monmouthshire Regiment - 6 Under Coronation Terrace, Aberbeeg, - listed as wounded South Wales Gazette dated 25th August 1916.

SIMONS. HARRY LEWIS - Private - S4/145851 - Army Service Corps - Bristol House, High Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SIMONS. SIMON - Lieutenant - 116641 - Royal Army Medical Corps - Bristol House, High Street, Abertillery, - listed South Wales Gazette dated 09th June 1916.

SIMS. DONALD, - 2 Bourneville Road, - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SIMS. KENNETH, - Bourneville Post Office, - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SINGERTON. FRED - Private - 58708 - South Wales Borderers - 25 Brookside Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SKEEN. EDWIN - Private - 24434 - 11th Worcester Regiment - 16 Weavers Houses, Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - treated for dysentery 29th October 1916 at age 39 - 1918 absent voters.

SKIDMORE. ALBERT, G - brother to Gillard, Stanley and Sydney - 2 Eastville Road, Six Bells - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22 December 1916.

SKIDMORE. FRED - Ordinary Seaman - J/87085 - HMS “Vivid” - 60 Vivian Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SKIDMORE. GILLARD HUBERT - Able Seaman - Z 2364 - Aldershot Depot - 2 Eastville Road, Six Bells, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22 December 1916.

SKIDMORE. ISAAC (DCM) - Private - 2440 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - previously 290492 - 48 Gray Street, Abertillery, - Citation in the London Gazette dated 14th January 1916 announcing the award of the DCM reads:- “For conspicuous gallantry. He went to the assistance of one of his officers under heavy rifle fire from the front and cross fire of machine guns from the flank. He dressed his wounds but was seriously wounded himself in returning to the trench.” - honoured in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’ - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 04th February 1916.

SKIDMORE. STANLEY HUGH - Able Seaman - Z 2365 - Aldershot Depot - 2 Eastville Road, Six Bells, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 22 December 1916.

SKIDMORE. SYDNEY. W. - Sapper - 164791 - 68th Field Company Royal Engineers - husband of Florence M. Skidmore of Atlantic House, Kewstoke, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, - died 16th March 1918  - buried at Philosophe British Cemetery, Mazingarbe, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - III C 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 22 December 1916.

SKIDMORE. WILLIAM LAWRENCE - Private - M/348821 - 1st Mobile Repair Unit - 8 Duke Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SKINNER. IVOR - Wireless Telegraphist - D/WRX 21 - HMS “Courageous” - formerly of Crook Hill, Cwmtillery, educated at Cwmtillery School and a member of St. Pauls Cwmtillery, - son of William and Elsie Skinner of Exmouth, Devon, - died 17th September 1939 - age 26 - commemorated Plymouth Naval Memorial, Plymouth, Devon, - panel 36 column 1 - report South Wales Gazette date 29th September 1939.

SKINNER. JOHN - Private - 11607 - 10th Devonshire Regiment - 14 East Side, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SKUSE. THOMAS - Private - 372352 - Army Service Corps - 119 New Woodland Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SLATTER. FREDERICK HAROLD - Private - 78155 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 41 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SLAUGHTER. JOSEPH - Private - 48235 - 130th (St. John) Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - 5 Harcourt Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SLAUGHTER. JOSEPH JAMES - Fusilier - 4185849 - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 5 Harcourt Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1930 absent voters.

SLEEP. W R H (POW) - Driver - T/219111 - Royal Army Service Corps - jointly owned the Premier Pork Supply Shop, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - imprisoned Stalag 18A, Wolfsberg (Karntern), Austria, - pow number 4261.

SLOCOMBE. JAMES THOMAS - Private - 21110 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Aberbeeg Monmouthshire and a resident of Llanhilleth, Monmouthshire, - died of wounds 21st May 1917 - buried at Mendinghem Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - II C 19 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

SMART. BERT - Driver - T4/039880 - Army Service Corps - 150 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMART. HORACE - Signalman - 65365 - Signal Brigade - Walpole Hotel, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMART. PERCY DAVID - Lance Corporal - 26567 - 5th South Wales Borderers - Walpole Hotel, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMART. WILLIAM - Private - 19032 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 64 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ALBERT - Sergeant - 17530 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - son of Mr. Smith, 38 Belmont Terrace, Aberbeeg, - died 8th May 1917 - buried Duisans British Cemetery, Etrun, - grave reference - 111.K.38 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth

SMITH. ALBERT LLOYD - Private - 63048 - 9th Welsh Regiment - Ivy Villa, Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ABRAHAM - Ordinary Seaman - HMS “Conqueror” - 17 Coronation Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ALFRED - Sapper - 24751 - 40th Fort Company, Royal Engineers - 37 Newtown, Blaenau Gwent, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ARTHUR - Gunner - 213867 - Royal Field Artillery - 118 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ARTHUR SIDNEY - Private - 59271 - Monmouthshire Regiment - 39 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. CHARLES - Private - 3881 - 1st/5th Battalion Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry - son of Mrs. C. Smith of 13 Richmond Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 23rd November 1916 - buried at Bienvillers Military Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - V D 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SMITH. CHARLES - Sapper - 86138 - Royal Engineers - 6 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. DAVID - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SMITH. E - Private - 21211 - 16th Battalion, South Wales Borderers - resident of Abertillery.

SMITH. EDWARD - Private - Royal Air Force - died 1918 - commemorated on the Nantyglo and Blaina Central Memorial, Surgery Road, Blaina - commemorated on the St. Anne’s Church Memorial, Nantyglo - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

SMITH. EDWIN - Private - 73207 - 9th Royal Welsh Fusiliers - born Newport, Monmouthshire, - resident of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 21st July 1918 - buried Valenciennes (St. Roch) Communal Cemetery, Nord, France, - grave reference - V D 5.

SMITH. EDWIN - Sergeant - 1312690 - Air Gunner -101 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Alfred and Elizabeth Smith, Blaenau Gwent Rows, Abertillery - husband of Ivy May Smith, Hollinwood, Oldham, Lancashire - died 22nd June 1943 - age 22 - buried Uden War Cemetery, Netherlands - memorial reference S F 13 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SMITH. ENOS - Able Seaman - Z/392 - Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - born 30 June 1880 - husband of Martha Jane Smith of 16 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - died in Malta from Dysentry and Haemorrhage, 12 October 1915 - commemorated Pieta Military Cemetery, Malta, - grave reference - A XIV 5 - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 17 December 1915.


SMITH. ERNEST - Private - 486831 - Royal Engineers - 59 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ERNEST - Private - 267699 - South Wales Borderers - 18 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. FRANK - Private - 2747772 - Somerset Light Infantry - 27 Caefelin Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. FRANK C. - Driver - 83259 - 301 Brigade Royal Field Artillery - son of Mrs. Emma Smith of 17 Coronation Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - died 3rd April 1918 - age 36 - buried at Jerusalem War Cemetery, Israel - memorial reference - N 94 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - previously pictured South Wales Gazette dated 10 March 1916.

SMITH. FRANK HAROLD - 2nd Lieutenant - 9th Battalion Tank Corps - resident of Llanhilleth and son of Mr. F A Smith of Ty Bryn, Abersychan, Monmouthshire, - died 02nd September 1918 - age 25 - commemorated at Dury Mill British Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France, - grave reference - I D 13 - named in the South Wales Gazette dated 13th September 1918.

SMITH. FRANKLYN MAURICE MELBOURNE (DFM) - 650182 - joined the RAF in 1939 - son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Smith of 68 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, Abertillery, - presented with the DFM at Buckingham Palace by the King - citation in the London Gazette dated 16th November 1943, page 5026 - named in the South Wales Gazette dated 26th November 1943.

SMITH. FRED - Private - 235376 - 2nd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 17 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. FREDERICK JAMES - Private - 58712 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 3 Woodside Terrace, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. GEORGE - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SMITH. GEORGE ARTHUR - Pioneer - WR/23477 - RE - 59 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. GEORGE HENRY - Private - 495865 - 357 Works Company - 64 Partridge Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. HAROLD - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SMITH. H - see SMITH. ROBERT HENRY - Monmouthshire Regiment - served 1939-1945 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

SMITH. HENRY FRANCIS - Private - 70589 - 118th Labour Company - 165 Gladstone Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. HENRY JAMES - Rifleman – 260018 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 7 River Row, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. HENRY JAMES - Private - 31205 - Machine Gun Corps - formerly 26632 South Wales Borderers - born Birkenhead, Cheshire and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of Mrs. Harriett Smith of 54 Green Street, Hereford, - died at home 08 April 1917 - age 24 - commemorated Hereford Cemetery, - grave reference St. Peters 392

SMITH. HERBERT - Gunner - 14211 - 8th Royal Field Artillery - 1 Earl Street, Six Bells, - pictured South Wales Daily News dated 10th September 1918.

SMITH. JAMES HENRY - Private - 45721 - Essex Regiment - 17 Coronation Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. JAMES FIANDRA (MC) - Temporary Lieutenant - 170 Tunnelling Company, Royal Engineers - 39 Marlborough Road, Six Bells, - citation in the London Gazette dated 10th January 1919, issue 31119, page 644 - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 25th October 1918.

SMITH. JENKIN - Private - 36449 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 24 Blaencuffin Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. JESSE - Private - 21274 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 1 Glan Ebbw Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. JOHN - Private - 38246 - 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - son of Nicholas and Kate Smith of The Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, husband of Catherine Tovey (formerly Smith) of 9 Meadow Street, Llanhilleth, - died 3rd November 1916 at The Somme - age 26 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

SMITH. JOHN - Private - 76377 - 4th Welsh Regiment - 56 Alexandra Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. JOHN CHARLES - Private - 308248 - C.U Tank Corps - 9 Walter Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. JOHN GEORGE - Private - 59585 - 1st Mons - 5 Harcourt Terrace, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. JOHN HOCKEY - Private - 2113 - Army Vet Corps - 59 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. JOSEPH E W - Private - 18069 - 5th Battalion South Wales Borderers - 10 Top Rows, Cwmtillery, - died 24th March 1918 - buried at Delsaux Farm Cemetery, Beugny, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - I J 6 - 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 26 April 1918.

SMITH. JOSHUA - Durham Light Infantry - 64 Newtown, Abertillery, - pictured and pronounced missing South Wales Gazette dated 03rd November 1944.

SMITH. LEONARD STEPHEN - Private - 77144 - 4th Welsh Regiment - 98 Somerset Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. LLEWELLYN - Driver - 105260 - Royal Field Artillery - 27 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH, MARY - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SMITH. REGINALD WILLIAM - Driver - 740325 - 52nd DAC, Royal Field Artillery - Kingston House, Portland Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. RICHARD - Able Seaman - Z/451 - HMS “Monarch” - 23 Neuadd Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ROBERT - Driver - 19645 - 75th Royal Field Artillery - 7 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. ROBERT HENRY - Private - 4077301 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - son of Edwin Henry and Louise Smith of Llanhilleth, - husband of Edith Nellie Smith of Llanhilleth, - died 21st November 1942 - age 34- buried at Christchurch Churchyard, Pendarren Road, Aberbeeg - memorial reference - Section K Grave 59

SMITH. SIDNEY (DCM)  - Private - I516 - 9th Welsh Regiment  - son of James and Bertha Smith of 140 Alma Street, Abertillery, - died 7th July 1916 at Mametz Wood - age 18 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 7 A and 10 A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SMITH. SIDNEY ERNEST - Private - 15811 - 2nd Battalion South Wales Borderers - husband of Elizabeth Ann Hale (formerly Smith) of 3 Oxford Street, Abertillery, - previously worked at Cwmtillery Colliery, - died of wounds 22nd November 1916 at The Somme - age 27 - 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. Basil’s Church Gates Memorial, Old Caerphilly Road, Bassaleg, Newport - commemorated on the Rogerstone Memorial, Rogerstone Library, Tregwillym Road, Rogerstone - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 29 December 1916.

SMITH. SILAS - Private - 93738 - 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers - son of Mr. J. Smith of 11 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - died 16th October 1918 - buried at Montay-Neuvily Road Cemetery, Montay, Nord, France - memorial reference - I B 24 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

SMITH. STEPHEN JAMES - Private - 3031 - 2nd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - enlisted at Pontypool, resident of Aberbeeg, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. R. Smith of White House, Saddlebow, Wormelow, Herefordshire, - died 8th May 1915 - age 20 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 50 - commemorated in the Battalion War Memorial Chapel, St. Cadoc’s Church, Trevethin - commemorated on the Central Memorial, Llanhilleth Colliery Workmens Institute and Club, Llanhilleth.

SMITH. T - Private - 7697 - 3rd Volunteer Battalion 2nd Volunteer Active Service Company (H Company) - served 1899-1902 - resident of Abertillery - honoured in the publication ‘A Call To Arms’

SMITH. THOMAS - Private - 1600 - 1st/3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - born in Wantage, Berkshire, - enlisted at Abertillery, resident of Penybont, Cwmtillery, - 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 St. Woolos Cathedral Memorial, Stow Hill, Newport - commemorated in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

SMITH. THOMAS - Private - 25524 - 14th Worcestershire’s - 39 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. THOMAS - Driver - W/106 - 67th Royal Field Artillery, - 1 Royal Oak, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. WILFRED - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SMITH. WILLIAM ALFRED - Private - 682367 - 1st/22nd Battalion London Regiment - son of Alfred and Ellen Smith of 13 Newtown, Abertillery, - died 22nd August - 1918 - age 20 - commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel 10 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SMITH. WILLIAM CHARLES - Guardsman - 3646 - Welsh Guards - son of Mrs. Sarah Mathias of 27 Penygraig Terrace, Aberbeeg - died 18th January 1919 - age 24 - buried at Aberbeeg Cemetery, Abertillery Road, Brynithel, Abertillery - memorial reference - A 2 87 - funeral report South Wales Gazette dated 31st January 1919.

SMITH. WILLIAM GEORGE - Sergeant - 53731 - 9th Welsh Regiment - 38 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. WILLIAM JAMES - Private - 768592 - Officer Training Corps - “Avery”, Brynithel, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 8703 - South Wales Borderers 24th Foot - enlisted 1905.

SMITH. WILLIAM JOHN - Private - 1419113 - Mechanical Transport - 34 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. WILLIAM JOHN CLAYTON - Sergeant - 33842 - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 81 West Bank, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SMITH. WILLIAM RICHARD LEWIS - Gunner - 4078163 - 4 AA Maritime Regiment Royal Artillery  - 6 Brynmorgan Terrace Cwmtillery, - son of Richard Lewis Smith and of Eleanor Ruby Smith of Thornton Heath, Surrey - died 21st April 1941 - age 19- commemorated on the Plymouth Naval Memorial, Plymouth Hoe, Plymouth, Devon - memorial reference - Panel 103 Column 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Paul's Church Memorial, East Bank, Cwmtillery.

SMITH. WILLIAM ROYSTON (BEM) - Sergeant - 636720 - Royal Air Force - citation London Gazette dated 28th July 1942, page 3301 - listed South Wales Gazette dated 07 August 1942.
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SNAILHAM. ROBERT - Corporal - 16020 - 6th South Wales Borderers - 30 Weavers Houses, Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SNELL. ARCHIBALD - Private - 76215 - South Wales Borderers - 59 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SNELL. EBENEZER - Corporal - 7396 - 1st Battalion Somerset Light Infantry - son of Ebenezer and Alice Snell of Abertillery, husband of Fanny Dicker (formerly Snell) of 2 Bircham Lane, Tiverton, Devon - died 1st July 1916 - age 31 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 2A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SNELL. JAMES HENRY - Private - 340130 - RCTD, Royal Engineers, - 29 Bridge Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SNELLGROVE. CHARLES ANTHONY - Private - 35474 - 7th Battalion Kings Shropshire Light Infantry -born in Abertillery, son of Charles and Mary Jane Snellgrove of 11 Pantypwdyn Road, Abertillery, - died 25th April 1918 - age 19 - buried at Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - XXXII E 6A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

SNELLGROVE. FREDERICK - Private - 23208 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Abertillery, residing “Belle Vue”, Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery, - died 10th July 1916 at Mametz Wood serving under Ted Gill - 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 04 August 1916.

SNELLGROVE. WILLIAM (Alias COLE) - Private - 30035 - 1st Welsh Regiment - Soudan Terrace, Oak Street, Abertillery, - son of Samuel Cole of Welton, Somerset, - wounded 22 May 1915 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 30th July 1915.

SNELLGROVE. WILLIE - Private - 72920 - Royal Welsh Fusiliers - 39 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SNELLGOVE. WIILIAM JOHN (MBE) - Captain - Home Guard - citation in the London Gazette dated 11th June 1942, issue 35586, page 2486, - pictured South Wales Gazette 1942.

SNELLING. WILLIAM GEORGE - Private - 58790 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 2 Green Meadow Cottages, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SNOOK. JOHN - Private - 186440 - 116th TRB - 6 Gwern Berthi Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SOFFE. WILLIAM MATTHEW - Private - 2953 - 2nd Welsh Guards - 50 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters

SOLLAR. WILLIAM - Private - 343801 - 109 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SOLLOWAY. GEORGE - Ordinary Seaman - 1838 - HMS “Vivid” - 7 Roberts Row, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SOUTHAM. LEONARD, P (POW) - Flight Sergeant - 549539 - plane crashed Schaforden October 1943 - member of the caterpillar club - imprisoned Buchenwald and Stalag 4B, Muhlberge, Elbe, Germany - POW number 259911- article South Wales Gazette dated 28th March 1947.

SOUTHWOOD. CYRIL - 58 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SOUTHWOOD. KEITH (DFM) - Sergeant - 1895703 - 625 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - named South Wales Gazette dated 08th June 1945.

SPARKS. FRED CHARLES - Private - 36272 - 2nd Welsh Regiment - born Grays, Essex and enlisted Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - son of Joseph Freeman and Elizabeth Sparks - died 16 July 1916 - commemorated Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France, - memorial reference Pier and Face 7A and 10A.

SPEARS. WILLIAM, H (DCM) - Acting Sergeant - 1386 - 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment, - ciation mentioned in the South Wales Gazette dated 30th April 1915 - citation confirmed in the London Gazette dated 03rd June 1915, page 5359.

SPENCER. CHARLES - Private - 91151 - 6th Machine Gun Corps - 3 Rices’ Houses, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SPENCER. WILLIAM NELSON - Private - 58683 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 16 Blythe Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters, - SPENCER, WILLIAM NELSON - A.C. II - 350716 - Royal Air Force - 16 Blythe Street, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters.

SPICER. WILLIAM CHARLES - Deck Hand - 844 - Royal Navy Reserve, “Valhalla 2” - 28 Oak Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SPRAGGS. WILLIAM - Private - 58757 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 24 Montague Street, Abertillery,  - 1918 absent voters.

SQUIRES REG (POW) - Gunner - 4261 - Royal Field Artillery - 13 Bristol Buildings, Cwmtillery, - imprisoned Germany mentioned in the South Wales Gazette dated 17th January 1919.

SQUIRES. WILLIAM TUDOR - Private - 60235 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 2 Bristol Buildings, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STAFFORD. CYRIL NORTH - 2nd Lieutenant - 2309 - Monmouthshire Regiment - born Tredegar, Monmouthshire and son of Edward K and Sarah A Stafford of Oak Street, Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - served WW1.

STAFFORD. JOHN - Driver - 39782 - 5th Brigade Ammunition Column Royal Field Artillery - 14 Gaen Street, Abertillery, - died of pneumonia 19th November 1918 - buried at St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France - memorial reference - S III O 13 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery, - pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 24th January 1919.

STAFFORD. JOHN G - 105 Tillery Road, Cwmtillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STAINER. ALAN - 16 Gelli Crug Road, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STAINER. EDGAR - Sapper - 253729 - Royal Field Artillery - 21 Evelyn Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STANDLEY. THOMAS J - 48 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STANTON. WILLIAM J - 14 Forge Row, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STAPLES. STANLEY JAMES - Private - 59317 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 126 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STEDMAN. ROBERT - Private - 196202 - 8th Somerset Light Infantry - 1B Central Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

STEELE. REGINALD - Gunner - 218362 - Royal Garrison Artillery, - 30 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

STENT. JOHN - Private - 7643 - Duke of Cornwall Light Infantry - son of the late William Stent and Adeline Rebekah Stent of “Glencoe”, 61 Lucien Road, Tooting Common, London, - died 14th March 1915 - age 31 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, - Panel 20 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

STEPHENS. ALBERT - Private - 152656 - Machine Gun Corps - 11 Cwm Cottage Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STEPHENS.  FRANK - Private - 78159 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 8 Railway Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

STEPHENS. JOHN - Pioneer - 36361 - 61st Labour Corps - 58 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STEPHENS. WILFRED - Petty Officer Sick Bay - D/M.39527 - Royal Navy - New Bridgend Hotel, Penybont Road, Abertillery, - 1930 absent voters - died of illness - 04th May 1938 - Royal Naval Hospital, Capetown.

STERRY. ALFRED (MM) - Private - 45028 - 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers - 2 Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - died 27th September 1918 - commemorated on the Vis-en-Artois Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Panel 3 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 17 March 1916 & 25 October 1918.

STERRY. CHARLES FREDERICK - Private - 370007 - Royal Army Medical Corps - 1 Windsor Road, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

STERRY. ERNEST FREDERICK - 2nd Corporal - 192846 - Royal Engineers - 11 Hill Street, Penybont, - 1918 absent voters.

STERRY. HAROLD HERBERT (MM) - Able Seaman - Wales Z/312 - Anson Battalion Royal Naval Division Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve - died 26th October 1917 - commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 2 to 3 and 162 to 162A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the Ebenezer Baptist Chapel Memorial, Park Place, Abertillery.

STERRY. LEONARD ALFRED - Private - 186444 - 3rd Welsh Regiment - 17 Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STERRY. LEWIS - Private - 240993 - 11th Bedfordshire Regiment - 13 Underhouses, Bishop Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STEVENS. ALBERT - Private - 152656 - 2nd Battalion, Machine Gun Corps - 26 Penybont Road, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STEVENS. BERTRAM THOMAS - Gunner - 815375 - Royal Field Artillery - born Abertillery, March 1898, (Bedwelty 11a 101) - died 25th March 1918 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas de Calais, France, - reference - Bay 1.

STEVENS. REGINALD JOHN - Private - 53853 - 9th Battalion Welsh Regiment/South Wales Borderers - died 7th June 1917 - 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’

STEVENS. WILLIAM HENRY - Private - 26837 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 4 Winifred Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STEWARD. GEORGE, B - Colour Sergeant - 3755 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - former training instructor at Abertillery Drill Hall - served in Cairo and pictured in the South Wales Echo dated 30th December 1914 - discharged 23rd June 1916.

STEWARD. JOSEPH JOHN THOMAS - Gunner - 221057 - Royal Garrison Artillery - 30 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STEWART. WILLIAM VICTOR - Second Lieutenant - 1st Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - resident of Caerleon, son of William and Margaret Stewart of Broadwell, Caerleon, - died 8th May 1915 at Frezenberg Ridge - age 18 - commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - Panel 50 - commemorated on the Memorial Lamp, Caerleon - commemorated on the St. Cadoc’s Church Memorial, Museum Street, Caerleon - 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 on a private memorial plaque at St. Cadoc’s Church, Museum Street, Caerleon - commemorated in the publication ‘Officers Who Died In The Great War’- pictured South Wales Gazette dated 11 June 1915

STEWKESBURY. WILLIAM - Private - 58830 - 3rd South Wales Borderers - 33 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STICKLER. CECIL, J - 28 Princess Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STICKLER. WALTER EDGAR - Private - 1580 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - died 6th 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’

STINGEMORE. HARRY - Private - 6669 - 1st Somerset Light Infantry - born Highbridge, Somerset and husband of Emma Stingemore of 65 Arael Street, Six Bells, - wounded 05 November 1914 - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 30th July 1915.

STOCKHAM. ALBERT EDWARD - Private - 16019 - South Wales Borderers - 8 Poplar Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STONE. FRANCIS H - 65 Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STONE. RICHARD DYER - Private - 202116 - 14th Welsh Regiment - 5 Brynmorgan Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STONE. WILLIAM - Private - 204587 - 2nd/1st Battalion London Regiment (Royal Fusiliers) - died 20th May 1917 - commemorated on the Arras Memorial, Pas-de-Calais, France - memorial reference - Bay 9 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

STONEHAM. EDWIN - Driver - 62641 - Royal Horse and Royal Field Artillery - resident of Abertillery, Monmouthshire, - died 02 November 1917.

STOWELL. EDGAR - Private - 203560 - 2nd Battalion Northamptonshire Regiment - died 25th March 1918 - age 22 - born in Bristol, Gloucestershire, - buried at Sains-du-Nord Communal Cemetery, Nord, France - memorial reference - 317 - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

STRATTON. WESLEY CHARLES CLIFFORD - Leading Aircraftman - 961022 - Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve - son of Clifford Richard and Minnie Stratton of Pontypool, husband of Edith Maud Stratton of Abertillery, - died 31st July 1941 - age 27 - buried at Panteg Cemetery, The Highway, Pontypool - memorial reference - Plot B Grave 92

STREET. ERNEST, J - 12 Park View, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STRICKLAND. AMBROSE - 34 Upper Arael Street, Six Bells, Abertillery, - served 1914-1918 - honoured on the Tabernacle Congregational Church Roll of Honour, Chapel Street, Abertillery.

STRICKLAND. ARTHUR - Lance Corporal - 48191 - 130th (St. John) Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps - 42 Portland Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STRICKLAND. ERNEST WILFRED - Private - 26075 - 18th Welsh Reg - 51 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STROUD. THOMAS W - 64 Castle Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

STUDMORE. ISAAC - Corporal - TR/4/18853 - 51st South Wales Borderers - 48 Gray Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

STURDY. BASIL GEORGE - Lance Sergeant - 290093 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment formerly Lance Corporal 1074 of the 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - died 4th July 1917 - buried at Bard Cottage Cemetery, Boezinge, Ieper, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium - memorial reference - II J 20 - 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’

SUGG. GEORGE - Private - 466028 - 550 Labour Corps - 16 Woodfield Cottages, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SULLIVAN. GEORGE - Private - 79384 - Machine Gun Corps - 73 Lancaster Street, Six Bells, - 1918 absent voters.

SUMMERHILL. HAROLD STANLEY (MM) - Private - 203591 - 5th East Surrey’s - 49 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SUMMERS. HAROLD - Private - 31243 - 6th South Wales Borderers - son of Mr and Mrs Oliver Summers of 5 Park Place, Abertillery, - pictured South Wales Gazette dated 12th July 1918.

SUMMERS. NORMAN, - 1 Bourneville Road, - served 1939-1945 - Roll of Honour and Memorial Stone, Bourneville, Abertillery.

SUMMERS. RICHARD - Private - DM2/162351 - Mechanical Transport - 2 Troy Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SUMMERS. RONALD J - 115 Tillery Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SUMMERS. THOMAS GEORGE - Rifleman - 226685 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 2 Troy Place, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SUMMERVILLE. WALTER - Private - 30497 - 4th South Wales Borderers - 34 High Street, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SUTCLIFFE. ROBERT HENRY - Lance Corporal - 175653 - Royal Engineers - 5 Lower Gwastod Terrace, Cwmtillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SUTTON. ROBERT - Private 1286 - 3rd Battalion Monmouthshire Regiment - 39 Bishop Street, Abertillery - treated for gas exposure and pictured in the South Wales Gazette dated 02nd July 1915 - honoured in the publication ‘With Rifle and Pick’

SUTTON. WILLIAM HENRY - Lieutenant - 7163 - 2nd Welsh Regiment - only son of John and Mary Sutton of Blaina, Monmouthshire, - BA (Honours) London and Wales, - Senior French Master at Kettering Grammar School - died 23rd October 1918 - age 25 - buried Vaux-Andigny British Cemetery, Aisne, France, - grave reference - C. 16. - honoured on the Abertillery Grammar School Memorial.

SWAINE. BERT - 79A Tillery Road, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SWANSBURY. FREDERICK - Private - 138266  - Veterinary, Army Service Corps - 16 Forge Row, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SWANSBURY. FREDERICK - 12 Forge Row, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.

SWANSBURY. JESSIE - Private - 291906 - 2/10 Middlesex Regiment - 56 Carlyle Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SWANSBURY. OLIVER, W J - 23 Bridge Street, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

SWAYNE. THOMAS WILLIAM HENRY - Gunner - 61974 - 63rd T. M. Battery Royal Field Artillery - died 5th June 1918- age 24 - buried at South Street Baptist Chapelyard, Brierley Hill, Staffordshire - memorial reference - SW C 6 - commemorated in the Book of Remembrance, Reference Library, John Frost Square, Newport - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery - commemorated on the St. Michael’s Church Memorial, Church Street, Abertillery.

SWEET. ALEXANDER - Private - 21408 - 10th Battalion South Wales Borderers - born in Cathays, Cardiff, enlisted at Abertillery, - died of wounds at Mametz Wood 10th July 1916 - commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France - memorial reference - Pier and Face 4A - commemorated on the Abertillery Central Memorial, Somerset Street, Abertillery.

SWEET. ALFRED, A - 22 Richmond Road, Six Bells, - 1945 absent voters.

SWEET. HERBERT - Private - 227988 - 1st Monmouthshire Regiment - 55 Glandwr Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SYMES. CHARLES - Private - 33100 - 1st South Wales Borderers - 48 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SYMES. JAMES GEORGE - Driver - 740899 - Royal Field Artillery - 48 Commercial Road, Llanhilleth, - 1918 absent voters.

SYMONDS. EDMOND (POW) - Private - 290262 - South Wales Borderers - 38 Princess Street, Abertillery, - prisoner of war 238 Barrack B, Giessen, Frankfurt, - listed South Wales Gazette dated 14th July 1916.

SYMONDS. SIDNEY JAMES - Private - 102020 - Machine Gun Corps - 178 Under Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SYMONDS. TOM - Private - TR5/186435 - 116th Training Reserve - 132 Alma Street, Abertillery, - 1918 absent voters.

SYMONDS. WILLIAM, H - 8 Roseberry Street, Abertillery, - 1945 absent voters.


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