Date: [n.d.]

Collection Title: photograph of the Memorial to the Members of College who died in the 1st World War

Institution: University of Wales Trinity Saint David

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Abstract: St David’s College, Lampeter, Memorial to the Members of College who died in the 1st World War. Designed by Caröe and unveiled May 1922.Rev. Edwin George Ernest (Royal Naval Division); John Stanley Jenkins (Royal Naval Division); 2nd Lieutenant Charles Herbert Morris (Royal Flying Corps.); David Robert Jones (Pembroke Yeomanry); Wallis Austin Jonathan Marsden (Royal Field Artillery); Arthur Lynton Harris (Royal Garrison Artillery); John Basil Percy Williams (Royal Engineers); John Idwal Jones (Royal Fusiliers); Captain Cecil-Evelyn Long-Price (West Yorkshire Regiment); 2nd Lieutenant John Charles Edmunds-Davies (Royal Welch Fusiliers); 2nd Lieutenant Edmund Oswald Griffith Williams-Meyrick (Royal Welch Fusiliers); Ronald Alex. Llewelyn Gallen (Royal Welch Fusiliers); Thomas Lloyd Rees Jones (Royal Welch Fusiliers); Captain Benjamin Jones Davies (South Wales Borderers); Captain Thomas Lloyd R Jones (South Wales Borderers); Thomas Arthog Davies (South Wales Borderers); Jacob Evans (South Wales Borderers); James Mayberry Jones (9th Welch Regiment); 2nd Lieutenant Leonard Glynne Lewis (18th Welch Regiment); Rev. Arthur Fairbrother Green (2/6th North Staffordshire Regiment); 2nd Lieutenant Lewis Reginald Hughes (4th North Staffordshire Regiment); 2nd Lieutenant Edward Hilliard Day Whitfield (6th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment); 2nd Lieutenant Albert King ( Monmouthshire Regiment); 2nd Lieutenant Gilbert Lewis Lloyd (1st Queen’s Westminster Rifles); Daniel Henry Davies (Liverpool Scottish); Ernest Wilberforce Davies (Royal Army Medical Corps); Rev. Basil Jones (Chaplain to The Forces); Rev. Thomas Glasfryn Jones (Chaplain to The Forces); Rev. William Edgar Jones (Chaplain to The Forces); Rev. Frederick Seaton Smith (Chaplain to The Forces); Rev. George de Ville Smith (Chaplain to The Forces); Rev. Herbert William Wood (Chaplain to The Forces); 2nd Lieutenant Austin Pugh Cook (Royal Marines); David John Rees Davies (Australian Imperial Force).

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