The Bodelwyddan War Memorial takes the form of wooden plaques within the St. Margaret's Parish Church, known as the 'Marble Church'. The World War I plaque was unveiled in 1924 and the World War II plaque in 1948.
Bodelwyddan is a village and community in the Vale of Clwyd, Denbighshire. Between 1974 and 1996 it was in the county of Clwyd.
|Rank, Name &
|Sherwood Foresters Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire Regiment
|5 Mar 1915||21||Son of George Beckett, of Kinmel Park Gardens, Abergele.||St. George's Churchyard, St. George.|
Edward Rupert Jenkins Menlove
|King's Royal Rifle Corps (2nd Bn.).||9th Sep 1916||31||Son of the late Rev, John and Lucy M Jenkins, The Rectory, Hirnant, Llanfyllin, Montgomery (1891 Wales Census): brother of Lucy Rebecca Dormer Jenkins-Menlove and Althea Janetta Lloyd Jenkins-Menlove. Born in Shropshire. Lived in Bodelwyddan. Former Curate of Johnstown. Also named on the Rhosllannerchrugog War Memorial.||Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.|
|Welsh Regiment (12th Bn.)||25 Jun 1916||34||Born at Maidstone, Kent, England. Son of the late Henry Nuttall & Mary Jane Brereton (formerly Nuttall), of St. Asaph Lodge, Bodelwyddan.||St. Margaret's Churchyard, Bodelwyddan.|
|Welsh Regiment (8th Bn.) formerly R.W.F.||8 Aug 1915||19||Son of Mrs Sarah Ann Spicer, of 1, River View, Penrhewl, St. Asaph, and the late Frank Spicer. Brother of Robert Aston Spicer (see below). Also named on the St. Asaph War Memorial||Helles Memorial, Turkey.|
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers (1st Bn.)||16 May 1915||22||Son of Mrs Sarah Ann Spicer, of 1, River View, Penrhewl, St. Asaph, and the late Frank Spicer. Brother of John Spicer (see above). Also named on the St Asaph War Memorial.||Le Touret Memorial, Pas de Calais, France.|
|Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
|4 Jan 1918||20||Born at Llandudno. Son of John & Harriet Williams, of 2, Crossfoxes Terrace, Glasgoed, St. Asaph.||Flesquières Hill British Cemetery, Nord, France.|
|Rank, Name &
(S.S. Solon II)
|2 Dec 1942||23|| Son of the late Rev W G and Mrs
|Tower Hill Memorial, London
and also on
Rhuddlan War Memorial
|Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve||23 Dec 1941||26||Son of Mr & Mrs L P Tickner, of Worthing, Sussex, England.||Durrington Cemetery, Worthing, Sussex, England.|
|Royal Tank Regiment, R.A.C.
(42nd/23rd Bn., The London Regt.)
|28 Jan 1944||Son of Edward & Gwladys O Jones, of Bodelwyddan.||Alamein Memorial, Egypt.|
|Rank, Name &
|8 Jun 1982||23||Bluff Cove
|Buried in St Margarets Churchyard, Bodelwyddan|
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