Second Engineer Evan Pryse Jones

Mercantile Marine

Died: Saturday 18 August 1917 (aged 33)

Connected records

Record:
JONES, EVAN PRYSE
Additional information:
Son of the late Thomas and Charlotte Jones; husband of Alice Jones (nee Martin), of 324, Whitchurch Rd., Cardiff. Born at Cardiff.
Cemetery:
TOWER HILL MEMORIAL
Cemetery/memorial reference:
Country:
United Kingdom

Possible matches

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Name recorded:
Jones, Evan P
Memorial:
Sarnau Memorial Hall (WMR 36725)
Location:
Sarnau, Dyfed
Name recorded:
Jones, E P
Memorial:
St Annes Church (WMR 15643)
Location:
Stanley, Merseyside
Name recorded:
Jones, E P
Memorial:
John Mackintosh Ltd - WW1 (WMR 2600)
Location:
Halifax, West Yorkshire
Name recorded:
Jones, E P
Memorial:
Penrhycoch Cross (WMR 36712)
Location:
Penrhycoch, Dyfed
Name recorded:
Jones, E P
Memorial:
Sir Philip Sidney Statue - Old Salopians - WW1 and WW2 (WMR 14013)
Location:
Shrewsbury, Shropshire

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Name:
Second Lieutenant Jones
Context:
other
Date:
13 Aug 1917
Diary:
2 CAVALRY DIVISION: 1/1 (Queen's Own) Oxfordshire Hussars (page 333)
Name:
Driver Jones
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
22 Aug 1917
Diary:
3 CAVALRY DIVISION: Divisional Auxiliary Horse Transport Company (576 Company A.S.C.) (page 89)
Name:
Second Lieutenant J D Jones
Context:
joined
Date:
13 Aug 1917
Diary:
3 DIVISION: 10 Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers (page 170)
Name:
Major W A F Jones
Context:
departed_posted
Date:
20 Aug 1917
Diary:
2 DIVISION: 34 Brigade Royal Field Artillery (page 282)