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Nebo Chapel War Memorial

Nebo is a small village situated about two miles inland from Llanon, on the Ceredigion coast. Nebo Chapel contains two black marble war memorials: one which commemorates the two former members who fell during the Great War (oddly both in Iraq) and another which commemorates the fifteen members who served and returned. The photographs of the plaques are courtesy of Dr Gethin Matthews, of Swansea University.

Those Who Fell

The Great War, 1914-1918

 

John Evan Clarke, Driver, T4/145740, Royal Army Service Corps. John was the son of William and Sarah Clarke, of Llanrhystud. He enlisted at Aberystwyth into the Army Service Corps. He was posted to the Middle East, and joined the 39th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, which was attached to the 13th (Western) Division. The division had moved into Mesopotamia early in 1916 as part of the force sent in to relieve the siege of Kut. John became ill, and died there on 11 June 1916, aged 27. He is buried in Amara War Cemetery, Iraq. John does not appear to be commemorated locally.

 

Isaac David Evans, Driver, T4/145741, Royal Army Service Corps. Isaac was the son of Thomas and Anne Evans, of Bryn Ywen, Nebo, Llanon. He had worked at Ammanford prior to the war, but travelled to Aberystwyth to enlist on 17 November 1915 into the Army Service Corps. He was posted to the Middle East with the 39th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical Corps, which was attached to the 13th (Western) Division. The division was in Egypt after being evacuated from Gallipoli, and Isaac joined his new unit in time to take part in the offensive into Mesopotamia, and the attempt to relieve the besieged town of Kut. He died of dysentery on 24 April 1916, aged 25, and is buried in Amara War Cemetery, Iraq.

Those Who Survived

T. REES LLAIN

E. EVANS ABERTRINANT

W. WILLIAMS CRINGAE

E. T. JONES CRINGAE

E. ROWLANDS BATH VILLA

W. G. EDWARDS PLAS NEWYDD

J. BEYNON PENYGRAIG

J. P. EVANS GWARCAEAU

H. W. EVANS GWARCAEAU

M. P. EVANS GWARCAEAU

T. M. OWEN TALYBONT

J. E. HOPKINS TYNLON

G. DAVIES PANTANAMLWG

J. MORGAN BRYNARIAN

J. THOMAS TYNEWYDD

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Website News

4 May 2017. Welcome news this morning that a new CWGC headstone has been erected in Laugharne for Domingo Mobile, a sailor who I found to be buried there a couple of years ago. Please see the Forgotten Soldiers section of the website for further details.

8 March 2017. Some more good news today. Another un-commemorated Welsh sailor, Samuel Arthur Griffiths, of Tredegar, has today been accepted for commemoration by the CWGC as a result of my research. Please see the Forgotten Soldiers section of the website for further details.

8 February 2017. Some more good news today. Another un-commemorated soldier, Llewelyn Owen Roberts, of Penmaenmawr, has today been accepted for commemoration by the CWGC as a result of my research. Please see the Forgotten Soldiers section of the website for further details.

 

7 February 2017. Some more good news today. Another un-commemorated soldier, Isaac Owen, of Seven Sisters, has today been accepted for commemoration by the CWGC as a result of my research. Please see the Forgotten Soldiers section of the website for further details.

20 December 2016. Some good news today that another uncommemorated soldier, Private Thomas Owen Davies, of Machynlleth, has been accepted for commemoration by the CWGC following my research. Please see the Forgotten Soldiers section of the website for further details.

30 November 2016. At long last my latest book has been published: Welsh Yeomanry at War. Please see the Steve’s Books page of the website for details.

23 November 2016. Some good news today with the acceptance of another Welsh soldier, Percy Griffin Williams, of the Welsh Horse Yeomanry, for commemoration by the CWGC following my research. Please see the Forgotten Soldiers section of the website for details.

 

15 November 2016. I would like to thank the people of Laugharne, especially the members of the Laugharne and District Historical Society, for their welcome during their recent History Event on Saturday when I visited to make a talk about how researching the Laugharne War Memorial inspired me to create this website and to begin my writing career. It was a very interesting day and was well attended by the locals.

26 Sep 2016. After a lot of hard work I have finally managed to identify a soldier from Gwaun-cae-Gurwen, Morgan Price James, who since the early 1920’s has been commemorated by the CWGC under the wrong name, James Morgan. Please see the Forgotten Soldiers section of the website for details.

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