Two Centuries of Pontardawe 1794-1994


By Clive Reed, published by the author in 1994 (17, Smithfield Rd, Pontardawe, Swansea, SA8 4LA)

Indexed by Phil Vaughan, August 2002 with the author's permission.

Click here for the position with lookups

The Main index is an index of personal names, not businesses or places, here are also the following separate extracts of names (by Gareth Hicks)

See also the Pontardawe War Memorial feature on Cwmgors and Gwaungaegurwen

Main index

Louise BAKER [widow], Coopers Arms 1861, 49Thomas BAKER, Carpenters Arms 1869, 48
William BAKER, 1838 [boat repairer 1844], 12, 14, 17William BAKER, Carpenters Arms 1849, 48
J.H. BAYLISS, architect, 29David BEVAN, brewery owner 1877, 31
E. BEVAN, developer of Cross Hotel 1908, 49Mrs Adeline BOWEN, 8
John BOWEN, bargeman 1851, 7Lewis BOWEN, steelworker 1908, 36
Thomas BOWEN, bargeman 1851, 7Max BOYCE, entertainer, 56
Dick BURKE, Canal worker, Abercraf, 6Agnes CARTWRIGHT, maid 1881, 18
William CHILCOTT, gas-works manager 1881, 17Daniel DANIEL, bargeman 1861, 7
Jenet DANIEL, boatgirl 1861, 7W. DAVID, police inspector 1906, 34
DAVIES & CO., Cross ironmongers, 37, 38Charles DAVIES, keeper of Ynis Derw gatehouse [1861], 2
C.R. & W. DAVIES, drapers, 36, 37Elizabeth Selina DAVIES, baptism 1862, 29
Esther DAVIES, cook 1881, 18Ethel Marion DAVIES, burial 1882, 30
Evan DAVIES, master weaver c. 1838, 12Jane DAVIES, barm seller 1861, 17
John DAVIES, killed in mine 1858, 4John DAVIES, bargeman 1851, 6
John DAVIES, Coopers Arms 1869, 49John DAVIES, Dynevor Arms 1871, 48
Rev T.E. DAVIES, curate, 29William Davies & Co., drapers, 36
Catherine DEER, Dillwyn Arms 1851, 48Eynon DEER, Dillwyn Arms 1849, 48
William EDWARDS, bridge-builder, 1David EVANS, killed in mine 1858, 4
David EVANS, occupying brewery 1871, 31Evan EVANS, bargeman 1851, 7
George EVANS, bargeman 1861, 7Hopkin EVANS, killed in mine 1858, 4
Isaac EVANS, killed in mine 1858, 4John EVANS, [and family] brewer 1881, 31
John EVANS, Dynevor Arms 1881, 48John EVANS, fitter 1881, 49
Mary EVANS [widow], Ivy Bush Hotel 1861, 49Robert EVANS, brewery owner 1848, 30
Robert EVANS, iron founder and publican, Cross Hotel 1881, 49Thomas EVANS, bargeman 1851 and 1861, 7
Thomas EVANS, fitter 1881, 49Wallace EVANS, Canal worker, Ystalyfera, 6
William EVANS, bargeman 1861, 7William EVANS, stonemason 1867, 33
Zephaniah EVANS, postmaster 1871, 18 
David FRANCIS, Morriston, 8David GAPE, Victoria Inn [and butcher] 1871, 49
Lord GLANTAWE [John Jones Jenkins], born 1835, 36- GIBBON, police inspector d. 1906, 34
Griffith GIBBS, killed in mine 1858, 4John GIBBS, killed in mine 1858, 4
Morgan GIBBS, killed in mine 1858, 4John Fiddler GIDDINGS, police inspector 1889, 34
Arthur GILBERTSON, steelworks owner, 4, 18, 23, 24, 29, 36; pic. 25Cecil F. GILBERTSON, steelworks director, 24
Charles GILBERTSON, steelworks director, 24Francis William [Frank] GILBERTSON, steelworks director, 24, 36
Mathias GILBERTSON, tinplate manufacturer [and family], 18William GILBERTSON, tinplate manufacturer [and family], 18, 23, 52
Elizabeth GITTINGS, Royal Exchange 1871, 50Evan GRIFFITH [Ianto'r Hooper], bard, 49
Benjamin GRIFFITHS, schoolmaster, 39Evan GRIFFITHS, occupier of land 1838, 14
Griffith GRIFFITHS, surgeon [and family], 1871 and 1881, 18Jane GRIFFITHS, 1849, 17
Margaret GRIFFITHS, Coopers Arms 1849, 49Thomas GRIFFITHS, killed in mine 1858, 4
Thomas GRIFFITHS, police constable 1871, 34William GRIFFITHS, occupier of land 1838, 14
GWENALLT [David James JONES], bard, 51Howel GWYN, Canal Co. chairman 1856, 39
William GWYN, canal entrepreneur 1824, 13John HARRIES, brewery agent [1850's], 30
Bryan HARRIS, teacher and councillor, 56John HARRIS, Castle Hotel 1869, 49
John HARRIS, Cross Hotel 1869, 49Stan HARRIS, Canal worker, Trebanos, 6
Sgt. Michael HEALEY, A.M., M.M. & Bar, D.C.M., d. 1917, 47John HODGE, drayman 1881, 31
David HOGGING, killed in mine 1858, 4George HOLLOWAY, Canal worker, 6, 9
J. HOLTHAM, builder, 29Edward HOPGOOD, road labourer and wife Margaret, 1871, 2
David HOPKIN, bargeman 1861, 7Mary HOPKIN, singer, 56
Thomas HOPKIN, bargeman 1861, 7William HOPKINS, bargeman 1851, 6
William HOPKINS, assistant draper 1871, 18Griffith HOWELLS, occupier of land 1838, 14
Griffith HOWELLS, Dynevor Arms 1838, 48J. HOWELLS, foundry 1871, 35
Thomas HOWELLS, foundry 1865, 34, 35William HUDSON, police inspector 1875, 34
Daniel HUMPHREYS, Pontardawe Inn 1889, 49John HUZZEY, roller in tinworks 1851, 19
William HUZZEY, occupying brewery 1854, 30David JAMES, scrap bundler in tinworks 1851, 19
David JAMES, haulier 1861, 15John JAMES, 21, roller in tinworks 1851, 19
John JAMES, 34, roller in tinworks 1851, 19John JAMES, Brewers Arms 1851, 49, 50
Daniel JENKINS, Castle Hotel 1889, 49David JENKINS, tin behinder 1851, 19
David JENKINS, Carpenters Arms 1881, 48Esther JENKINS, tin rubber 1851, 19
Evan JENKINS, bargeman 1851, 6Evan JENKINS, tin dipper 1851, 19
John JENKINS, Pontardawe Inn 1869, 49Phillip JENKINS, tin dipper 1851, 19
Thomas JENKINS, tin behinder 1851, 19William JENKINS, Carpenters Arms 1861, 48
Gwenllian JOHN, marriage 1863, 29Harry & Hannah JOHN, Victoria Inn, 1881, 49
Thomas Gwyn JOHN, Canal worker, Clydach, 6Daniel JONES, bargeman 1861, 7
David JONES, landowner 1838, 12, 14David JONES, bargeman 1861, 7
David JONES, works labourer 1861, 17Rev. David JONES, vicar, 29
David James JONES [GWENALLT], bard, 51Evan JONES, 1849, 17
Griffith JONES, killed in mine 1858, 4John JONES, Ynysderw Farm, 1838, 12, 14, 30
John JONES, bargeman 1851, 7John JONES, bargeman 1861, 7
John JONES, The Crown 1871, 50John JONES, Dillwyn Arms 1889, 48
Lilian JONES, Landore, 8Llewellyn JONES, brewer 1841, 12
Mary Jane JONES, maid 1881, 18Mary JONES [widow], Pontardawe Inn 1881, 49
Morgan JONES, secretary of Public Hall, 36Owen JONES, bargeman 1851, 7
Richard JONES, bargeman 1851, 6Richard JONES, boat carpenter 1861, 7
Will JONES, schoolmaster, 39Will JONES, Canal worker, Ystradgynlais, 6
William JONES, maltster 1841, 12William JONES, bargeman 1851, 7
W.M. JONES, schoolmaster, 39Naomi KNIGHT, maid 1881, 18
Henry LEACH, landowner 1838, 12, 14Elizabeth LEWIS, bargewoman 1861, 7
Ieuan LEWIS, folk music enthusiast, 58John LEWIS, bargeman 1851, 7
Lewis LEWIS, manufacturing chemist [and family] 1861 and 1881, 18Lewis LEWIS, tallow chandler 1871, 17
Noah LEWIS, killed in mine 1855, 4Thomas LEWIS, bargeman 1861, 7
William LEWIS, killed in mine 1858, 4William LEWIS, Three Compasses 1881, 50
David LLEWELLYN, bargeman 1861, 7LLOYD family, boatbuilders, 5, 18
F.E. LLOYD, Plas Cilybebill, 29Herbert LLOYD, J.P., 36
David MAINWARING, killed in mine 1851, 4Joseph MARTIN, occupier of land 1838, 14
Brian McCURRY, Canal worker, Clydach, 6- MEYLER, police inspector 1890's, 34
Catherine MONTGOMERY [and family], Castle Hotel 1881, 49David MORGAN, occupier of land 1838, 14
David MORGAN, iron miner 1861, 15Ernest E. MORGAN, architect, 40
Isaac MORGAN, bargeman 1861, 7John MORGAN, bargeman 1861, 7
Joseph MORGAN, Dynevor Arms 1869, 48Morgan MORGAN, bargeman 1851, 7
Morgan MORGAN, iron miner 1861, 15Morgan MORGAN, marriage 1863, 29
Rees MORGAN, iron miner 1861, 15William MORGAN, bargeman 1861, 7
John PARSONS, brother of William Parsons, 13William PARSONS, tinplate manufacturer 1835 etc., 4, 13, 18, 23, 29, 39; pic. 20
Phillip PASSMORE, policeman 1856, 33Dame Adelina PATTI of Craig-y-Nos, 36
Will PENHALE, Canal blacksmith, 6Elias PHILLIPS, Carpenters Arms 1871, 48
Sgt George PHILLIPS, Rumanian Medal for Valour, d. 1924, 47Jack PHILLIPS, Canal foreman, 6
John PHILLIPS, Pontardawe Inn 1871, 49Thomas PHILLIPS, Three Compasses 1861, 50
Margaret Jane POOLE, Royal Exchange 1881, 50John POYNTY, police sergeant 1861, 33
Griffith PRICE, pickles manufacturer, 33Anne REES, 1849, 17
John Llewellyn REES, killed in mine 1858, 4Rees REES, Dillwyn Arms 1861, 48
Sally REES, burial 1862, 29Henry RENGOZZI, Cross Hotel, 49
Ellen RHODES, cook 1881, 18John Jones ROBERTS, schoolmaster, 39
Andy ROWE, artist, 52William SAMUELS, Ivy Bush Hotel 1871, 49
Alex SMITH, schoolmaster, 39David SMITH, ironmongers, 38
Jim SNOWDON, Canal worker, Landore, 6- STANFIELD, police inspector 1890's, 34
Thomas STEADMAN, Ivy Bush Hotel 1881, 49Thomas STEVENS, foundry 1865, 34
Elias THOMAS, bargeman 1851, 6Hannah THOMAS, dressmaker 1871, 2
James THOMAS, bargeman 1861, 7Joseph THOMAS, letter carrier 1871, 18
Thomas THOMAS, tinplate boy 1871, 2Thomas THOMAS, police inspector 1871, 34
William THOMAS, killed in mine 1858, 4H.H. VIVIAN, copper magnate, 39
William WALKER, bargeman 1861, 7Harry WATKINS, brewer 1881, 31
WHITE Brothers, boatbuilders 1918, 5David WILLIAMS, bargeman 1851 and 1861, 6
Elizabeth WILLIAMS, bargewoman 1851, 7Eynon WILLIAMS, Coopers Arms 1871, 49
Mrs Harriet WILLIAMS, 1856, 38Henry WILLIAMS, killed in mine 1858, 4
Jane WILLIAMS, bargewoman 1851, 7John WILLIAMS, bargeman 1851 and 1861, 7
Lewis WILLIAMS, bargeman 1851 and 1861, 7Mary WILLIAMS, barge haulier 1851, 6
Phillip WILLIAMS, landowner c. 1838 and wool carder, 12, 14Phillip WILLIAMS, road cleaner 1861, 17
Thomas WILLIAMS, bargeman 1861, 7William WILLIAMS, bargeman 1851, 6
William WILLIAMS, building contractor 1867, 33Ellen WITNEY, maid 1881, 18
Henry WOODMAN, schoolmaster, 39 

Gallantry Medal Awards


Bombardier James Jenkins MM Lance Corporal W.J.Thomas MM Sergeant M.Healey AM., MM., and bar, DCM


Group Captain H.W.G.J.Pendrill MC., AFC Flight Sergeant Gwilym Williams DFM Squadron Leader John L.Powell DFC

Pontardawe War Memorial WWI

World War One 1914-19.

L/cpl. James BanksPte. Aaron Davies
Pte. Brinley R.BevanPte. Benjamin Davies
Pte. F.C.BennettPte. Carey Davies
Gnr. William BeynonL/cpl. Thomas Bowden
Pte. Percy BrownPte. Jas. Battenbough
Pte. Edward DalePte. David Daniel
Pte. Daniel DaviesPte. John Davies
Lieut. J.Howard DaviesSpr. R.L.Davies
Pte. Robert B.DaviesPte. Samuel Davies
Pte. W.E.DaviesPte. F.B.Douglas
Gnr E. DudderidgePte. Roger H.Edwards
Pte. Bertie EvansSgt. William Foley
Gnr D.T.FrancisDvr. George Gardiner
Pte. William GibbsPte. D.I.Griffiths
Gnr. Albert.E. HallPte. B.J.Hatch
Sgt. M. Healey A.M., M.M., D.C.MPte. Albert E. Hewer
Stkr. Ben Hodgy .Gnr. W J Hopkins
Rfn. H.G.HowellsPte. William Jacobs
Pte. W.S. HudsonGnr. David Jenkins
Bom. Jas Jenkins M.M.Pte. Phillip Jenkins
Pte. D.G. JohnPte. J.D. John
Trp. David JonesPte. Elias Jones
Gnr. George JonesPte. Gwilym Jones
Pte. John JonesL/cpl. J.R.Jones
Gnr. Oliver JonesPte. Phillip Jones
Pte. Thomas JonesPte. William Jones
Gnr. William JonesPte. D.S. Joseph
Pte. lsaac JosephPte. John Lacey
Pte. Ben LewisMajor Brinley Lewis
Gnr. Howell E. LewisPte. Jason Lewis
Pte. Richard LewisCpl. R.J. Mabbett
Pte. Henry T MadgeCpl. E.J. Masterman
Pte. R.Gunton MichaelL/cpl. David Morgan
L/cpl. Thomas MorganPte. C.D. Morrison
Pte. Arthur J. MosleyPte. William J. Newlands
Pte. George OfferPte. Albert Painter
Sgt. Arthur J. ParkerSpr. David S. Phillips
L/cpl. Ernest PollPte. G.Morgan Powell
Pte. J. ReesPte. G.W. Sayce
Pte Garfield SilcoxPte. Albert J. Smith
Pte. W J SmythPte. Arthur Stock
Pte. Henry ThomasEngr. Pendal Thomas
Sgt. William ThomasL/cpl. W.J. Thomas M.M.
Pte. Edward TorneyPte. J.A. West
Artfc. A.H. WilliamsPte. Albert M. Williams
Sgt. Arthur WilliamsSeaman. J.B.Williams
Pte. J. BucklandL/cpl. Rees LI Buckland
Pte. R. LI (D1) WilliamsPte. Sydney Williams
Pte. S. Williams (James St.)Pte. William Williams
Pte. W.P. WilliamsPte. G.H. Williams

Pontardawe War Memorial WWII

World War Two 1939-45.

Guardsman. E.T.A. AshmorePte. Peter Ballard
F/lt. Cyril DaviesSergt. Dewi Davies
Sgt/Wo/A.G. Ernest M.G.DaviesCraftsman Thomas V. Davies
L/cpl. James D. DoyleO.S. John Doyle
L/cpl, Ieuan EvansFusilier. Ieuan Evans
P/O David I. EvansA/B. John V. George
Major. John F.GilbertsonStoker 1st. class J.N. Greenland
LAC. David HodgePte. William Howells
Driver Brinley JamesPte. Richard Jenkins
A.C.1. Albert JeremiahSgt/WO/A.G. Glyn John
Pte. Daniel JonesSignalman Elfed Jones
Gunner William M. Jones3rd. Officer William R. Jones
Gunner. Richard C. KingdonGunner. Glyndwr J. Lewis
Gunner. T. LewisF/sgt. William M. McCarry
L/cpl. David MorganPte. William K. Morgan
A.B. Melvyn B. BarrattPte. David L. Phillips
LAC. Glyn S. PriceS/ldr. John L/Powell D.F.C.
Stoker. Phillip PritchardPte. Morgan G. Probert
Sgt/Obr. Alwyn ReesPte. Ronald Richards
F/eng. Frederick ShieldsSignalman Charles W. Symonds
Sergt. David M.ThomasF/It. Emrys Thomas
Pte. Islwyn ThomasSergt. T.A.Vaughan
AB. R.R.WessonSergt. Arthur Williams
Pte. Edward M. WilliamsF/sgt. Gwilym Williams D.F.M.
Sergt. Islwyn WilliamsDriver. John E. Williams
Carpenter. Rees J. WilliamsSapper. Sidney Williams
Guardsman. Morgan S H WilliamsPte. William R.O.Williams
G/cpt. H.W.G.J. Penderel M.C., A.F.C. 

Gilbertson Employees in WWI

During the first World War 287 men from the W. Gilbertsons and Company steelworks in Pontardawe served in the army and navy, of whom 34 made the supreme sacrifice. A wooden plaque containing the names of the 287 Gilbertson employees who served in the Great War...................now hangs in the Public Hall and Institute on Herbert Street. The following names are recorded on the plaque together with the departments the men were employed in, their rank in the forces and for those who gave their lives the regiments they served in.

There are several departmental based sections to this extract & the alphabetical sequence is not exactly perfect.

Office Staff.

Lieut. E.W.P. DaviesPte. W. Davies
Staff corp. T.J. Extance2nd lieut. Daniel Howells
Sergt. Sydney Hopkins2nd lieut. Sydney Hopkins
Col sgt (ors) Wilfred MorganPte. David Maddock
Sgt. T.E. Thomas1st lt. Gwilym Williams
T. cadet. B.J.Williams 

Steel Works Dept.

Driver. Fred AndrewsRifleman. A. Bending
Pte. W.J. BowenStoker. D.J. Bowen
Pte. John N. BalePte. D Bromham
Pte. Fred ClarkePte. Morlais James
Pte. G.Pryce DanielsGnr. John Davies
Pte. S.G. DaviesPte. Morgan E. Davies
Pte. Arthur DaviesPte. William Davies
Pte. Rees EdwardsPte. John Evans
L/c. Thomas EvansPte. Aneurin Evans
L/c. Cyril GoughPte. Harry G. Griffiths
Gnr. William HarrisonSignaller. D.L. Healy
Pte. E.J. HumphreysPte. Thomas Hark
Cpl. Tom HarrisPte. Pat Hennessey
Pte. D.M. HughesPte. Tom Humphreys
Pte. G.E. HydePte. J.H. Jenkins
Pte. Theodore JonesPte. William Jones
Sgt. J.W. JohnPte. Graham John
Pte. Arthur JamesPte. T. Jenkins
Pte. Ernest LowePte. J. W. Morse
Sgt. Arthur MorganCpt. J.S. Martin
Pte. Price MasonSgt. James McNamara
Sgt. W. McCormickSignaller. Brynmor Morgan
Pte. George ParryGunner. Evan Price (sheet mill)
Pte. S. V. PriceDriver. Frank Phillips
Sgt. George PhillipsPte. Wilfred Phillips
Pte. W.F. RichardsPte. Percy Rees
Pte. T J.SleePte. E.S. Speller
Sgt. H. SnelgroveL/c. A. Sweeting
Pte. William StreetPte. E. Sibley
Pte. E. TalbotPte. Griff Thomas
Pte. David WatkinsPte. F.S. Wilson
Stoker. Glyn WilliamsGunner. John Williams
Rifleman. P. WilcoxSgt. Victor Williams
L/c. H. JacobsPte. J.B. Williams
Pte. Isaac BromhamSgt. E Williams
Pte. John DaviesPte. D.J. Williams
Pte. Albert Wyman 

Sheet Mills and Galvanizing Dept.

Pte. T. AndrewsPte. Syd Andrews
Pte. Harry AndrewsPte. R. Banfield
L/c. A. BeynonPte. Syd Burdett
Cpt. H.C. BelseyPte. D.J. Bevan
Pte. Idris BelseyGnr. W B Bromham
Gnr. W BromhamPte. James Bevan
Sgt. Arthur ClatworthyL/c. G.T. Chilcott
Cpt. W. CrowtherPte. John Cole
Pte. John DaviesSgt. J.W. Davies
Pte. John DaviesPte. B.R. Davies
Sgt. E.J. DollingCpl. Emlyn Edwards
Pte. David EvansPte. Philip Edwards
L/c. Oswald EatonPte. Emlyn Evans
Gunner. Griff EvansTrimmer. J.J. Evans
Stoker. J W.GibbsPte. Syd Griffiths
Gnr. Arthur GriffithsL/c. T.W. Harding
Sgt. George HarryPte. E. Harding
Pte. Morgan HopkinsPte. H.J. Hopkins
Pte. P. HopkinsPte. W.E. James
Bandsman. Wattie JonesA/B. Ll Jones
Pte. Thomas JonesL/C. Stanley Jones
A/M. T.G. JonesPte. D.J. Jones
Stoker. W.E. JonesPte. D.S. Jones
Pte. Gwyn JosephL/C. W.M. Jones
Stoker. D. JonesCpl. Thomas Jones
Sapper. Harold LewisPte. Richard Lewis
Seaman. L.W. Lott3rd A/M. Sam Lewis
Cpt. Gwilym LewisPte. Elwyn Lewis
3rd A/M. L.J. LewisPte. Ruben Lloyd
Rifleman. Howell LloydPte. W J Lloyd
Pte. Syd MainwaringPte. C. Mould
Pte. D.H. MainwaringGunner. H.M. Price
Pte. Harry PictonPte. William Rees
A/B. Howell RobertsPte. Owen Roderick
2nd Lt. T.H. StearlePte. Trevor Skidmore
Pte. Bryn SeabornePte. O. Taylor
Pte. Ben ThomasA/B. J.H. Thomas
Gunner. E.J.ThomasPte. D.H. Thomas
Pte. W.J. ThomasPte. Thomas Thomas
Pte. R.L. ThomasPte. Daniel Thomas
Gunner. David ThomasPte. Glyn Thomas
Driver. Emrys ThomasO/S. Oswald Thomas
L/C. Isaac ThomasL/C. Nathan Thomas
Pte. Oliver WilliamsPte. S.F. Williams
Pte. John WaltersPte. Rees Walters
Pte. Griff WilliamsPte. David Williams
Trimmer. D.J. WilliamsPte. D.R. Williams
Pte. D.B. WilliamsStoker. T.J Williams
Pte. Alf WilliamsPte. William Seaborne
Pte. David Williams 

Slag Dept.

Driver. David Reece Sapper. William Thrussell Seaman. James Seddon Pte. George Talbot

Tinplate Dept.

Pte. E. AtkinsonPte. A. Atkinson
Pte. Emlyn BowenPte. Emanuel Bevan
Pte. Ivor ChilcottBombardier. William Canning
Pte. W.D. ChilcottDriver. D.Morgan Davies
Pte. Idris DaviesPte. Robert Doling
Stoker. Handel DaviesStoker. William Davies
Gnr. J. DaviesGnr. Thomas Deer
Driver. A. EdmundsDriver. W Evans
Pte. Charles ForbesPte. Thomas Francis
Pte. T. GrabowskiPte. Fred Griffiths
Signaller. Rees GriffithsL/C. C. Griffiths
Pte. Henry GeorgePte. W. Griffiths
Pte. T. HowellsStoker. Thomas Humphreys
Pte. H. HatfieldPte. E.J. Humphreys
Pte. James JohnPte. Thomas Jones
Pte. Percy JohnPte. John Jones
Bombardier. D.T. JonesPte. O. James
Driver. John JamesPte. David John James
Pte. Glyn JonesStoker. David Jones
Pte. Ellis JonesPte. B.C. Lambridge
Pte. Edmund LloydCpl. D.J. Lewis
Pte. Joseph LewisPte. Idris Lewis
Gunner. Harry LewisPte. H.J. Morgan
Drummer. T.J. MainwaringPte. Eynon Morgan
Gunner. D. MorrisPte. Brinley R. Madge
Gnr. Richard MarleyPte. Cyril Morgan
Bomb. William OwenPte. W. Palmer
Pte. T. PerretPte. Ben Price
Pte. Albert C. PalmerPte. John Richards
Gunner. Richard RobertsPte. Wilfred Richards
Pte. David ReesPte. Morgan Rees
Pte. Emlyn ThomasPte. T.J. Williams
Pioneer. W.J. WilliamsSignaller. Ferdinand Williams
Pte. J. WatkinsPte. E. Young


Pte. D.E. DaviesPte. Emrys Davies
Pte. William ExtanceA/M J.B. Gorst
Driver. J. HewittPte. E.G. Hurst
Driver. T.J. HowellsA/B. Thomas Humphreys
Pte. Kenneth LewisO/S. J.E. Lewis
Pte. W. E LloydPte. W. Morgan
L/C. H.J. PollPte. A.G. Richards


Cpl. T.C. Banner Sapper. Thomas Hyatt

Traffic Dept.

Stoker. W.R. Beynon Stoker. J. Beynon Pte. R.J.T. Locke

Crane Drivers etc.

Pte. Brinley Davies Seaman. R. Harris, Pte. Arthur Jones Pte. Morley John Sapper. Owen MacCafferty Pte. R.J. Thompson Stoker. John Talbot

General Dept.

Pte. A.E. Andrews Pte. W. Davies Pte. D. Evans Pte. W. Hughes Pte. J Franklyn

Gilbertson Employees that Died in WWI

The following W.Gilbertson and company employees made the supreme sacrifice in the Great War 1914-18.

L/C. James Banks 1st Wilts Reg. steelwork dept.Pte. Jas. Battenbough tinplate dept.
Pte. Percy Brown general dept.Pte. David Daniel RWF tinplate
Pte. Carey Davies 2nd Wilts Reg. bricklayersPte. John Davies tinplate
Pte. Frank B. Douglas 12th K.R.R. general dept.Pte. John Evans 4th Yorks. sheetmill/galv.
Sgt. William Foley S.W.B steelworksSgt. M. Healy 2nd R.M.F. steelworks
Pte. Albert E. Ewer 1st Glos.Reg bricklayersStoker. B Hodge R.N. tinplate
Pte. W Jacobs Wilts.Reg. tinplatePte. David Jenkins R.N.V.R. sheetmills/galv.
Gunner. George Jones R.N.V.R. sheetmills/galv.Pte. Gwilym Jones 3rd S.W.B sheetmills/galv.
Pte. William Jones R,W.F sheetmills/galv.Pte. P.R. Jones Machine gun corp tinplate
Pte. Isaac Joseph 7th S.W.B sheetmills/galv.Gunner. H.E. Lewis R.N.V.R. sheetmills/galv.
Pte. J Lewis 7th S.W.B steelworksCpl. Robert J Mabbett 2nd Welsh Reg traffic dept.
Cpl. E.J Masterman R.F. engineers dept.Pte. W.J Newlands R.W.L.I. tinplate
Pte. Albert Painter S.W.B general dept.Sgt. Arthur Parker 7th S.L.Inf. tinplate
L/C. Ernest Poll 3rd Rifle Brigade engineeringPte. W.C. Smith sheetmills/galv.
Pte. Arthur Stock 6th S.L.Inf. engineeringPte. Ivor Thomas 3rd Welsh Reg. steelworks
Pte. Edward Toney 2nd S.W.B steelworksPte. Albert M.Williams 7th S.W.B bricklayers dept.
Pte. Rees Ll Williams K.S L.I. engineeringPte. William Williams 6th S.W.B bricklayers dept