Beaumaris War Memorial Anglesey
WM name reference WMO/110403
Saints Mary and Nicholas Churchyard Church Street Beaumaris Wales
Standing within the churchyard of St Mary 's & St Nicholas, to the east of the church, overlooking the street.An engraved granite cross, standing upon a square plinth upon a two-tier base. The front, west face starts the WW1 memorial, continued on the north face and then the south face. The east face contains the WW2 memorial. The name panels are of black polished stone and would appear to be more recent replacements. The 1990s photograph confirms that the black panels are indeed a recent addition
World War 1
|Surname||First Name||Campaign||Date of Death||Name of Memorial(s)|
|Hughes||Hugh||World War 1||9-8-1915||Beaumaris War Memorial Anglesey||View|
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- Who or what formation of the Regiment is named on the memorial. What event, dates or other inscriptions on the memorial.
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