The aim of this section is to respectfully remember and hopefully to fill in, all the missing pieces of information relating to the list of fallen soldiers detailed below. Additionally if anyone has any photographs of these brave individuals then please share them with me and I will include them on this page.
The Rhostyllen War Memorial commemorates those men of Rhostyllen and Bersham who died in conflicts throughout the world.
For more information on Arthur and Joseph Pugh please click this link. The information was supplied by Graham Blackmore.
Back row: ?, Brown (an evacuee from Liverpool), Jack Monslow, Walter Monslow, Jack Jones, Glyn Roberts, ?, Victor Haynes (my Grandad), ?, Pemberton, Turner (a shopkeeper on Vicarage Hill), Fred Pritchard (Teacher at Rhostyllen School)
Middle row: Joe Percival, ?, ?, Tom Evans, Love, ?, Hanmer, Pritchard, ?, ?
Front row: ?, Humphrey Norgrove, ?, ?, Jack Devaney, Jack Edwards (gamekeeper), ?, ?, ?, Jack Clutton
1943 - Home Guard
For more information on John Pemberton please click this link. The information was supplied by Pat Pemberton.
1940’s - Remembrance Day Parade
Taken opposite the football pitch. The old Rhostyllen & Bersham Legion was situated where the goalposts are now (Vicarage end). Photo kindly supplied by Chris Williams.
For more information on Albert Williams click the link supplied by Mary Whelan
(George) Harold Abram
“My grandfather, (George) Harold Abram was a long-time resident of Bersham and Rhostyllen. Our family tree shows multiple generations of Abrams living in Y Ddol. As it is the D Day celebrations I am reminded of my Grandad’s contributions as someone who participated in the D Day landing and was also awarded the Croix du Guerre for dismantling bombs at Belgium airports during WWII, while under fire”