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War Memorials

Nannerch

St. Michael's parish church in Nannerch contains a memorial commemorating those men of the area who died in action in World War I.

Nannerch is a community and ecclesiastical parish in Flintshire. Between 1974 and 1996, it was in the county of Clwyd.

Nannerch War Memorial

1914-1918 War

Rank, Name &
Service Number
Service Died Age Details Cemetery or
Memorial
Lieutenant
Walter Digby
BUDDICOM
M.C.
4th Queen's Own Hussars
("B" Sqdn.)
6 Jun 1918 24 Son of Major & Mrs. Harry Buddicom, of Penbedw, Nannerch; husband of the Hon. Vava Buddicom (nee Plunkett), of Monasterevan, Kildare, Ireland. Etaples Military Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.
Sapper
George Profit
MILLICHAP

WR/205679 and 138573
Royal Engineers 2 Mar 1919 35 Husband of Jessie Millichap, Nannerch Laundry, Mold. Nannerch (St. Michael) Churchyard, Flintshire.
Second Lieutenant
Arthur Bankes
OWEN
King's Shropshire Light Infantry
(7th Bn.)
26 Oct 1918 20 Son of Thomas & Amy Owen, of Friar's Gap, Hawarden, Flintshire and The Bryn, Nannerch. Delsaux Farm Cemetery, Beugny, Pas de Calais, France.

 

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