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ImageNameRegimentDate of deathConnection to location
Rifleman Thomas Seig 394388London Regiment (Queen Victoria's Rifles)09/08/1918 (aged 36)personal connection
Corporal Arthur William Evans 8369Royal Flying Corps, 21st Sqdn.17/03/1917 (aged 20)personal connection
Private Ernest Philip Thomas 148108Machine Gun Corps18/07/1918 (aged 22)personal connection
Private Robert Howell Radcliffe 19333Somerset Light Infantry01/07/1916 (aged 25)personal connection
Gunner Robert Harold Mason 13322Royal Field Artillery07/09/1916 (aged 21)personal connection
Private Wilcox 315949Cheshire Regiment19/09/1918 (aged 20)personal connection
Private Thomas Radcliffe 15021Somerset Light Infantry25/09/1915 (aged 33)personal connection
Private William Radcliffe 302547Manchester Regiment20/10/1918 (aged 38)personal connection
Captain Aneurin Clement Thomas Royal Horse Artillery13/11/1918buried here
Private Alfred Gilmore 454Welsh Regiment13/03/1915 (aged 48)buried here
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CemeteryCountryCasualtiesWith Life Story linksWith images
LONGUENESSE (ST. OMER) SOUVENIR CEMETERYFrance100
VARENNES MILITARY CEMETERYFrance110
QUERRIEU BRITISH CEMETERYFrance110
ST. SEVER CEMETERY, ROUENFrance110
BELLE VUE BRITISH CEMETERY, BRIASTREFrance110
LOOS MEMORIALFrance110
THIEPVAL MEMORIALFrance110
DOIRAN MEMORIALGreece110

The following war memorials are recorded for this parish in the War Memorials Register on the Imperial War Museums website

Men And Women Of Wales (Newbridge Cenotaph)
  • St Fagans National History Museum (Formerly Museum of Welsh Life), St Fagans, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF5 6XB, Wales
Newbridge- Plaques
  • St Fagans National Museum of History, Cardiff, Cardiff, South Glamorgan, CF5 6XB, Wales
St Fagans Parishioners Obelisk
  • Outside of St Mary's churchyard, Greenwood Ln, St Fagans, Vale Of Glamorgan, South Glamorgan, CF5 6EL, Wales