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They shall grow not old .........



Pte. Frederick Samuel BAKER (Monmouthshire Regt.)

Fell in France, on the 5th September, 1917, aged 21.
A memorial with Pte Baker's name is at Longuenesse (St Omer).

Nephew of Mr George Harris, of Organy Pool Farm, Whitelye: parents natives of Tintern

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 22nd September 1917


Rifleman Charles BROWN (1st Mons)

Fell in France 30th June 1916, aged 21

Son of Mr and Mrs Andrew Brown

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 15th July 1916



Capt. John CHAMBERLAIN (South Wales Borderers)

Son of the late Mr Arthur Chamberlain of Saint Anne's; brother of Lt. Pointing

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 9th June1917



Herbert Hilary COY

Fell at Ypres 25th May 1915, aged 19

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 17th July 1915



Neville Herbert COY

Fell in World War II and commemorated on the Lectern in St Michael's



Pte. P. B. HALL (Lancashire Fusiliers)

Died 5th March 1919

War Grave at Chapel Hill



Sgt. E. E. LUDLOW-LOCKWOOD

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 7th October 1916



Pte. Charles MORGAN (South Wales Borderers)

Fell in The Dardenelles 23rd May 1915, aged 23

Son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Morgan of Orchard Cottage; brother of Joseph Morgan

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 11th September 1915



Cpl. Joseph MORGAN (South Wales Borderers)

Fell in The Dardenelles 9th August 1915

Son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Morgan of Orchard Cottage: brother of Charles Morgan

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 11th September1915



Raymond MORGAN

Fell in World War II and commemorated on the Lectern in St Michael's



George Alfred NEVISON

Fell in World War II and commemorated on the Lectern in St Michael's



Lt. POINTING

Brother of Capt. John Chamberlain, of Saint Anne's

Reported in South Wales Weekly Argus 12th August 1916



Gunner T. RICHARDS (Royal Garrison Artillery)

Died 10th November 1917

War Grave at Chapel Hill



Omar Alfred STEVENS

Fell in World War II and commemorated on the Lectern in St Michael's



Cpl. Edgar WAITE

Buried at Chapel Hill 7th October 1916, Record Number 288


....... at the going down of the sun, and in the morning,

we will remember them.