Names on Memorial Additional Information
 Beavan, W.  
Burston, A.T.  Arthur Thomas Burston
Lance Corporal 6543 Worcestershire Regiment, 3rd Battalion.
Died November 7 1914, age 26.
Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, Panel 34
Son of George and Jane Burston. Husband of Margaret Mary (15 Hylton Terrace, Bedlinog).
Enlisted aged 14, served 12 years in India.
Davies, D.B. David Benjamin Davies
Company Serjeant Major 240286 Welsh Regiment 1st/5th Bn
Died November 4 1917, aged 26.
Beersheba War Cemetery, Israel and Palestine (including Gaza), Grave O. 51.
Son of Benjamin and Sarah Davies (5 Powell Street, Bedlinog).
Davies, D.T.  
Davies, S. Stanley Davies
Private 30440 South Wales Borderers, 4th Battalion.
Died of wounds October 26 1918, age 21.
Baghdad (North Gate) War Cemetery, Iraq, Grave III. D. 10.
Son of David Davies, of 3, Oakland St., Bedlinog.
Edmunds, H.  
Edwards, W.J.  
Francis, W.O. William Owen Francis.
Private 1410 Welsh Regiment 1st/5th Battalion.
Died August 10 1915 Age 22.
Memorial: Helles Memorial, Turkey (including Gallipoli) Panel 140-144.
Son of Thomas and Hannah Francis (10 Oakland Street, Bedlinog) husband of Alice Maud Francis (6 Moriah Street, Bedlinog).
James, E.  
Jones, G.W.  
Jones, D.J.  
Jones, J.  
Jones, S.F.  
Lynch, J.  
McMurray, J.  
Morgan, B.H.  
Phillips, R.T.  
Price, H.G.  
Price, H.M. Horace Montague Price
Private 241733 Welsh Regiment, 1st/5th Battalion.
Killed in action March 26 1917.
Jerusalem Memorial, Panels 30 to 32.
Small, J.  
Tandy, C.  
Thomas, R.S.J. Richard Stanley John Thomas
Private 17906 Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 7th Battalion.
Died June 10 1916, age 20.
Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium, Grave VII. C. 23A.
Son of Richard Henry and Elizabeth Ann Thomas of 15 Oakland St., Bedlinog.
Thomas, W.J.  
Walsh, J.  
Williams, M. Mordecai Williams
Private 15948 Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 9th Battalion.
Died October 3 1915, age 30.
Graigfargoed Cemetery, Bedlinog, Grave 89.
Son of Edmund P. and Anne Williams of 59 Pant-du, Port Talbot. Born at Bedlinog.
[Brother of David Thomas Williams - on Bedlinog War Memorial]
Williams, T.D. Thomas David Williams
Private 17904 Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 7th Battalion.
Killed in action August 16 1917, age 22.
Panel 80 to 82 and 163A Tyne Cot Memorial, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.
Son of James and Catherine Williams (25 Commercial St., Bedlinog).

 

W. Bevan

The name of W Bevan (Beavan) is recorded both on the War Memorial in Bedlinog and on the Memorial plaque that Messrs Guest, Keen and Nettleford produced to commemorate war casualties among their workers.

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Arthur Thomas Burston

The name of A. T. Burston is recorded both on the War Memorial in Bedlinog and on the Memorial plaque that Messrs Guest, Keen and Nettleford produced to commemorate war casualties among their workers.

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David Benjamin Davies

Bedlinog-DaviesDB2 SWE16 Nov 1917
South Wales Echo 16 November 1916

The name of D. B. Davies is among those listed on the Bedlinog Pits memorial plaque that Messrs Guest, Keen and Nettleford produced to commemorate war casualties among their workers.
and on the family grave in Bedlinog (Graig Fargoed) Cemetery
Bedlinog-DaviesDB MIfull

 

William Owen Francis

The name of W. O. Francis is recorded both on the War Memorial in Bedlinog and on the Memorial plaque that Messrs Guest, Keen and Nettleford produced to commemorate war casualties among their workers.

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Horace Montague Price

In 1911 Horace Montague Price lived at 6 Station Terrace, Bedlinog, with his wife Emma and 1 year old daughter Millicent Anne. His wife, whose surname had also been Price, had been born in Bedlinog. He was from Maisemore, Gloucestershire, the son of Arthur, a cordwainer, and Julia Price. He was killed in action in Egypt, aged 30.

He worked as a coal-miner; the name of H. M. Price is recorded both on the War Memorial in Bedlinog and on the Memorial plaque that Messrs Guest, Keen and Nettleford produced to commemorate war casualties among their workers.

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Mordecai Williams

 Bedlinog-WilliamsM-ME161015 Bedlinog-WilliamsM-Ph-ME231015

      Merthyr Express October 16, 1915

Bedlinog-WilliamsM MI  Graigfargoed Cemetery, Bedlinog

The name of M. Williams is recorded both on the War Memorial in Bedlinog and on the Memorial plaque that Messrs Guest, Keen and Nettleford produced to commemorate war casualties among their workers.

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Thomas David Williams

Merthyr Express September 22 1917 reported that Thomas David Williams, son of Mrs Williams of 25 Commercial Street, Bedlinog, was killed in action.

Before enlistment, Thomas David Williams, like many other Bedlinog men, was employed by Messrs Guest, Keen and Nettleford at their Nantwen Colliery. His name (T. D. Williams) is last in the alphabetical list on the memorial plaque that the company produced to commemorate war casualties among their workers.

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