The St. George War Memorial commemorates those from the area who died in wartime. It takes the form of a marble tablet mounted on a stone pillar.
The village of St. George (Welsh: Llan San Siôr) is situated in the county borough of Conwy. It was previously known as Cegidog. Until 1974 the area was in historic Denbighshire and, between 1974 and 1996, was part of the county of Clwyd.
|Rank, Name &
|Sherwood Foresters - Notts and Derby Regiment
|5 Mar 1915||21||Son of George Beckett, of Kinmel Park Gardens, Abergele.||St. George's Churchyard, St. George.|
Francis (Frank) Graham
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers
|25 Sep 1916||31||Son of the Rev. & Mrs Graham Evans, of Duntrune, Abergele. Also commemorated on the Abergele War Memorial and the Llanrhaeadr War Memorial.||St. George's Churchyard, St. George.|
|24th Bty. 3rd Bde. Australian Field Artillery||8 May 1916||26||Son of John McBride and Catherine Gilchrist, Old Dairy, St George. Husband of Mrs. E. B. Gilchrist, of "Glenlossie," Peacock St., Balgowlah, New South Wales. She was a native of Cullen, Scotland.||Wimereux Communal Cemetery, Pas de Calais, France.|
|25 Feb 1917||31||Husband of Mary Lockett, of 320, Priory Road, St. Denys, Southampton, Hampshire, England.||Thiepval Memorial, Somme, France.|
|Royal Welsh Fusiliers||8 Jul 1924||23||Son of Thomas Edward Salisbury, Pen y Ffordd, Abergele. Discharged in 1919.|
|Rank, Name &
|Royal Welch Fusiliers (1st Bn.)||18 Mar 1945||35||Son of Evan Thomas Davies and Elisabeth Davies (nee Wynne); husband of Hannah Selina Davies (nee Ottewell), of St. George, Abergele, Denbighshire. Also commemorated on the St. Asaph War Memorial.||Taukkyan War Cemetery, Myanmar.|
|Royal Navy (H.M. Tug C.308)||11 May 1942||24||Son of William & Emma Davies of Boddryn Cottages, Abergele.||Plymouth Naval Memorial, Devon.|
|Royal Engineers (282 Field Coy.)||9 Oct 1944||24||Son of David and Catherine Hughes, of Abergele, Denbighshire.||Jonkerbos War Cemetery, Gelderland, Netherlands.|
|13 Apr 1942||25||Son of William Jones of Gwynanat, Bodtegwel, Abergele. Husband of Mrs Jones of 20, Hampshire Sreet, Cheetham, Manchester, England.||Kranji War Cemetery, Singapore.|
|Royal Army Service Corps
(352 Gen. Transport Coy.)
|3 Jan 1943||33||Son of John & Mary L Roberts; husband of Jane Roberts, of St. George.||St. George's Churchyard, St. George.|
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