Names F - J

Arthur FARRANT

Private

 

James FARRANT

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery

 

Patrick James FLEMING

Royal Munster Fusiliers

Wounded Oct 1918

James (Jack) FOWLER

Royal Army Medical Corps

Died 2nd Nov 1918

William FOWLER

Private

Wounded 1916, discharged Oct 1918

William GARDNER

6th Battalion, South Wales Borderers

Died 4th Nov 1918

William Charles GARDNER

2nd Battalion, Welsh Regiment

Severely wounded in 1914, Died 6th May 1915

T V GAY

Welsh Horse

 

Frank GIBBS

Royal Engineers

Awarded Military Medal

G GIBBS

Royal Welsh Fusiliers

 

Hughie GIBBS

Welsh Regiment

Transferred from 3rd Monmouthshires

R W GORDON

Royal Field Artillery

 

Aubrey GREEN

Trooper

 

John GREEN

10th Battalion, Welsh Regiment

 

John GRIFFIN

Glamorgan Yeomanry, Royal Naval Division

Wounded in Sept 1918

D GRIFFITHS

Welsh Regiment

 

Harry Edgar GRIFFITHS

Butcher, Royal Army Service Corps

 

John HADLEY

Royal Field Artillery

 

Edward Thomas HADLEY

Royal Army Service Corps

 

Reginald HADLEY

Dorsetshire Regiment

Died 27th April 1915

James HALL

Royal Field Artillery

Wounded in 1915

Joseph HALL

5th Battalion, Welsh Regiment

 

Thomas Lewis HAMBLEY

Royal Field Artillery

 

Albert HANBURY

2nd Battalion, East Lancashire Regiment

Died 2nd April 1918

Arthur HARDING

18th Battalion, Welsh Regiment

Died 9th Oct 1916

Ernest HARDING

Private

 

Herbert James HARDING

Welsh Regiment

Suffered shell-shock early 1918, discharged Oct 1918

Francis George HARLEY

Machine Gun Corps

Died 22nd Sept 1918, transferred from Welsh Regiment

H HARRIS

Royal Garrison Artillery

 

John HASKELL

Welsh Regiment

 

John Henry HASTINGS

Private

 

John HAVERLOT

Royal Field Artillery

 

Charles HERBERT

H.M.S. Ajax, Royal Navy

 

Ernest HERBERT

1st Battalion, Gloucester Regiment

 

John HERBERT

Private

 

Fred HIGHNAM

Royal Army Service Corps

 

David George HILL

Private

 

Frederick Henry HILL

South Wales Borderers

 

John HOLLAND

Sapper, Royal Engineers

 

Andrew HOLLOWAY

Private

 

Charles HOPE

11th Battalion, Welsh Regiment

 

Edgar HOPKINS

Glamorgan Yeomanry

 

Thomas HOPKINS

Corporal, South African Rifles

 

Thomas HOPKINS

Royal Fusiliers

 

William HOPKINS

Royal Engineers

Wounded in 1915

William HOUGHAM

Royal Welsh Fusiliers

 

Richard HUCKLE

Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry

Became a prisoner of war in 1914

Jack HUGHES

Lieutenant, South Wales Borderers

Wounded in 1918, was gassed and suffered shell-shock

R HUGHES

Private

Served in Ireland

Thomas John HUGHES

King’s Shropshire Light Infantry

Suffered shell shock in 1916

William Edmund HUGHES

King’s Own Scottish Borderers

Died 24th Nov 1916

Walter Albert HUGHES

South Lancashire Regiment

 

Harry HUNT

King’s Shropshire Light Infantry

 

Percy HUNT

Private

 

George INNES

Butcher, Royal Army Service Corps

 

Fred JAMES

Private

 

John JAMES

Royal Welsh Fusiliers

 

Edward James Lewis JEFFRIES

Royal Welsh Fusiliers

 

Arthur Vernon JENKINS

Private

 

Henry JENKINS

Private

 

John Thomas JENKINS

10th Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Died 20th July1916

Samuel JENKINS

13th (Rhomdda) Battalion, Welsh Regiment

Died 13th March 1916

Thomas JENKINS

1st Battalion, Welsh Guards

Died 16th July 1917

Vernon JENKINS

Royal Engineers

 

David John JONES

Welsh Horse

 

Ben JONES

12th Battalion, Rifle Brigade

Wounded early 1916, Died 29th Aug 1916

David JONES

Royal West Kents

Wounded in 1917

Edward JONES

Royal Naval Division

October 1918 had his left foot amputated

Edwin JONES

10th Battalion, Welsh Regiment

 

Ernest Bartly JONES

Royal Army Service Corps

Died 22nd Nov 1920

Evan JONES

Private

 

Emlyn JONES

Private

 

Frank JONES

Somerset Light Infantry

Died 7th April 1916

George JONES

10th Battalion, Welsh Regiment

Wounded in 1916

Gwilym Augustus JONES

Welsh Regiment

Wounded five times up until 1917

Gwyn JONES

Private

 

Harold JONES

8th Battalion, Welsh Regiment

Died 13th Aug 1915

Jack JONES

2nd Lieut, South Wales Borderers

Wounded in 1918

James Idris JONES

Royal Flying Corps

 

John William JONES

1st Battalion, South Wales Borderers

Died 21st Dec 1914

Richard JONES

Somerset Light Infantry

Wounded in 1916, Died 1st Oct 1918

Robert W JONES

Royal Welsh Fusiliers

P.O.W. in 1914, returned home for Christmas 1918

Thomas JONES

Welsh Regiment

 

William JONES

Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Transferred to Royal Engineers, wounded in 1916

William Henry JONES

Welsh Regiment

Wounded in 1917, discharged in July 1918

W Asaph JONES

Gunner, Royal Garrison Artillery

 

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