Cwmbran and District's War Dead


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Surname A
Kyle Adams Adams, Kyle John, 21, 6th August 2009,  Parachute Regiment attd Special Forces Support Group, Killed in Action in Afghanistan, 30052866, Private




Ainsworth, Keth Walter, 22, 7th April 1944, Royal Australian Air Force, 423577, Warrant Officer, Son of Walter Serles Ainsworth and Eva Beatrice Ainsworth, of Sydney, New South Wales; husband of Marion Dorothea Ainsworth, of Cwmbran, Monmouthshire, OXFORD (BOTLEY) CEMETERY, Plot H/1. Grave 177.




W Allsopp Allsopp, W J, 39, 17th March 1915, 1st/2nd Bn.Monmouthshire Regiment, 120, Company Quartermaster Serjeant, Husband of Mabel Ellen Allsopp, of Commercial St., Pontnewydd, Newport, Mon., CALVAIRE (ESSEX) MILITARY CEMETERY, I. K. 2.



  Andrews, W,     WW1

Local Memorial - GKN, Cwmbran Park


  Anstey, T J, 31, 6th October 1915, City of London Yeomanry (Rough Riders), 1613, Corporal,  Son of Thomas Henry and Elizabeth Anstey, of 17, Dalton St., Cardiff, GREEN HILL CEMETERY, I. D. 1.


  Ashworth, George,     WW1


James Atkins Atkins, James, 15th January 1915, 2nd Bn.Highland Light Infantry, 8553, Private, LE TOURET MEMORIAL, Panel 37 and 38.

Local Memorial - GKN, Cwmbran Park



John Atkins Atkins, John, 30, 1st June 1916, 178th Tunnelling Coy., Royal Engineers, 137693, Sapper, Son of Edwin and Elizabeth Atkins, of 24, Oak St., Cwmbran; husband of K. V. Prendergast (formerly Atkins), of 45, Wesley St., Cwmbran, Mon., THIEPVAL MEMORIAL, Pier and Face 8 A and 8 D.

Local Memorial - GKN, Cwmbran Park


Shaun McGuire 2008