|Names on Memorial
|| Additional Information
Lance Corporal 23200 King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry 1st Battalion.
Died (aged 40) October 4 1915.
Commemorated Panel 97 and 98 Loos Memorial.
Son of Archibald and Kate Burrell. Husband of Mary Ann (later Jewell) (6 Berthllanwyd Street, Cascade).
||Lance Corporal 19104 Welsh Regiment 10th Battalion.
Killed in action July 12 1916.
Commemorated Pier and Face 7A and 10A Thiepval Memorial.
Son of Henry and Leah Carter (in post-war period his widowed mother was at 34 Harp Terrace, Gelligaer)
||James William Crates.
Private 16588 Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) 8th Battalion.
Died of wounds (aged 34) September 18 1915.
Buried Helles Memorial Part XIII, Turkey.
Son of Frederick and Alice Crates. Husband of Edith Maud.
||Frederick William Edwards.
Private 15290 Royal Dublin Fusiliers 10th Battalion. (Formerly 663 Wiltshire Regiment)
Died of wounds February 5 1917.
Grave I. H. 40 Varennes Military Cemetery.
Son of Charles and Jane Edwards (Gelligaer).
||Private 19593 Welsh Regiment 2nd Battalion.
Killed in action (aged 38) May 9 1915.
Commemorated Panels 23 and 24 Le Touret Memorial, France.
Husband of Beatrice Alice (later Weal) (29 Hengoed Crescent, Hengoed).
||see Brithdir Memorial
||See Tirphil Memorial
||Rifleman R/38583 King's Royal Rifle Corps 21st Battalion.
Died of wounds (aged 19) September 23 1917.
Grave II. A. 3. Westouter Churchyard and Extension, Belgium.
Son of Albert and Margaret Kitt (54 Hengoed Road, Penpedairheol)
||Frederick Joseph Lane.
Private 37636 Welsh regiment 14th Battalion.
Killed in action (aged 32) December 5 1917.
Grave I. B. 2. Cite Bonjean Military Cemetery, Armentieres.
Son of Thomas and Emma Lane (The Norrest, Malvern) and husband of May Lane (4 Cross Street, Gilfach, Bargoed).
||Thomas John Lewis.
Corporal M2/119426 Army Service Corps. attached "H" Siege Park, VIII Corps Heavy Artillery.
Killed in action (aged 32) May 11 1918.
Grave XXVII. H. 12A. Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
Son of James and Margaret Lewis (264 Newport Road, Cardiff)
||Moses Philip Manfield.
Lance Corporal 26486 Welsh Regiment 2nd Battalion.
Killed in action (aged 29) September 15 1918.
Grave V. B. 17. Vadencourt British Cemetery Maissemy.
Son of William and Janet Manfield.
Awarded Military Medal for bravery in the Field (August 1918)
Gunner 50619 Royal Garrison Artillery 78th Siege Bty
Died November 21 1916, age 19.
Caterpillar Valley Cemetery, Longueval, France VI.C.28.
Son of Thomas Rollings (10 Commercial Street, Gelligaer).
||Arthur John Smith.
Private 26409 South Wales Borderers 5th Battalion.
Death (aged 30) March 25 1918.
Commemorated Bay 6 Arras memorial.
Son of John Smith (51 Brynheulog Street, Penybryn, Gelligaer)
| T.J. Swayne
||Private 11829 South Lancashire Regiment 6th Battalion.
Death (aged 24) August 9 1915.
Grave B. 4. Port Said War Memorial Cemetery, Egypt.
Son of Sarah Jane (later Wetherell) (3 Glyngaer Road, Gelligaer.
|Albert L. Williams
||Albert LLewellyn Williams.
Private 15937 Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry C Coy 8th Battalion
Death (aged 23) April 25 1917.
Commemorated Doiran Memorial.
Son of William Williams.
||Private 16267 Somerset Light Infantry 7th Battalion.
Death (aged 30) March 22 1918.
Commemorated Panel 25 and 26 Pozieres Memorial.
Son of David and Margaret Williams (7 Oxford Street, Gelligaer).
||John Davies Williams.
Private 14622 Welsh Regiment 9th Battalion.
Died of wounds August 26 1916.
Grave III. F. 66. Heilly Station Cemetery, Mericourt-L'Abbe.
Son of John and Margaret Williams (23 Glyngaer Road, Gelligaer).
||Driver T3/028068 Army Service Corps 191st Coy.
Died (influenza) (aged 35) October 28 1918 at 29 Stationary Hospital.
Grave D. 3. Cremona Town Cemetery, Italy.
Son of Thomas and Mary Williams. Husband of Ruth Williams (2 Church Houses, Gelligaer).
||William Arthur Windsor.
Private 67687 Cheshire Regiment 9th Battalion
Killed in action June 6 1918
Soissons Memorial, France
Son of William Arthur and Annie Margaret Windsor (36 Hengoed Road, Penpedairheol)
||Rifleman 573047 London Regiment 17th (County of London) Battalion (Poplar and Stepney Rifles)
Killed in action October 1 1916
Pier and Face 9D 9C 13C and 12C Thiepval Memorial
Son of James and Emily Ann Woodhoue (of Herefordshire)
||Robert Edward Wood
Private 11231 South Wales Borderers
Died (aged 18) May 9 1915.
Le Touret Memorial.
Son of John and Frances Wood (37 Penybryn Terrace, Gelligaer).