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Posted September 30, 2016 10:08 pm
Email: clubbmike [at] hotmail [dot] com

Michael Clubb

I have visited Havelock Street Chapel in Newport. There is a marble plaque to the memory of members of the chapel who were killed in the 2 world wars. My great uncle, Ernest Frank Davies is listed. Frank is also memorialised in Bernafy Wood Cemetery, at Llandovery College, on the NHS list at St Mark's, and on the family tomb in St Woolo's Cemetery. I have a photo of the plaque.

Mike Clubb

Posted September 30, 2016 10:08 pm
Email: clubbmike [at] hotmail [dot] com

Michael Clubb

I have visited Havelock Street Chapel in Newport. There is a marble plaque to the memory of members of the chapel who were killed in the 2 world wars. My great uncle, Ernest Frank Davies is listed. Frank is also memorialised in Bernafy Wood Cemetery, at Llandovery College, on the NHS list at St Mark's, and on the family tomb in St Woolo's Cemetery. I have a photo of the plaque.

Mike Clubb

Location: Cyprus - Posted February 19, 2016 6:21 am

Anneka Selwood

Thank you Shaun for all your work and research and time spent in getting Pte William Selwood recognised as one of WW1s brave war dead by the War Graves Commission. An excellent website. We will remember them.

Location: Cardiff Wales - Posted February 4, 2016 10:48 pm
Website - Email: terry [dot] griffiths26 [at] yahoo [dot] co [dot] uk

Mr Terence Frederick Griffiths

I am the son of Louisa and Frederick Griffiths killed at No 14 Eveswell Street on July 1 1941,I think I am one of the few survivors, I was badly injured and spent months in hospital and at a nursing home at Southerndown, I was five at the time, and raised by my aunt, did not know what number I lived at until now, many thanks, Terry

Location: Newport - Posted January 24, 2015 5:40 pm
Email: antony [dot] selwood [at] hotmail [dot] co [dot] uk

Antony Selwood

Hi Shaun, I see you want to know where Wesley Buildings was. Opposite The King pub (now demolished) was Wesley Buildings. It was a Weslian church but was converted into houses. Thank you for the great web site, my grandmother was married to William Henry Selwood. Her youngest brother Wyndham Coldrick is also named on your website. God bless all that are named from Newport.

Posted November 23, 2014 3:57 pm
Email: g4jox [at] hotmail [dot] co [dot] uk

Daisy

so sorry Shaun to hear that your guestbook entries were lost; good luck in acquiring more !

please remember me,if, as a 'longshot' in the dark, anyone ever submits a photo of Edward Scaplehorn...the one thing I'd give anything to possess.

Location: Grantham - Posted September 11, 2014 11:29 pm
Email: d [dot] frampton [at] stokerochfordhall [dot] co [dot] uk

David Frampton

I have Oberleutnant Harry Wappler's metal pilot wings badge which he gave my mother when he was taken prisoner after crashing in Newport. He was put onto her Western Welsh bus for safety after being rescued by PC Cox.

Location: Bristol - Posted May 25, 2014 2:31 pm
Website - Email: r800matt [at] aol [dot] com

M. Pittaway

Sean, FYI, Ivor Herbert Hugget's Death palque is currently for sale here:

http://www.speedbid.com/lot.cfm?lotID=409781
Cheers
:)

Location: Kent - Posted February 14, 2014 2:57 pm
Email: ca_rhoded [at] fsmail [dot] net

CATH Rhodes

I have a photo of the 8th 'May memorial near Ypres, and this is where Arthur John Pope died with around 2000 other men of the Monmouthshire regiment, plus Menin gate where he is remembered also as he has no known grave. He was my G Uncle, oldest brother of my GGrandma Elsie. Love the site :)

Location: Weston super Mare - Posted September 2, 2013 5:06 pm
Email: lester [at] stenner40 [dot] fsnet [dot] co [dot] uk

Lester Hugh Stenner

My Uncle, Douglas Hugh Stenner was killed in 1940 whilst serving on HMS Glorious as Yeoman of Signals. His father was Charles Nash Stenner, Police Inspector in Newport Borough Police.

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