Peniel War Memorial

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Reference WMO/269008

Address:

Peniel Chapel

Peniel, Carmarthenshire

Wales

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Pillar/column
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Peniel Chapel contains within its grounds a marble war memorial in the form of an obelisk, which commemorates the eight men of the village who fell during the Great War and the one man who fell during World War Two.
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Front face: THE GLORIOUS DEAD/ THIS MEMORIAL IS ERECTED/ BY PENIEL CHURCH, IN EVER/ LOVING MEMORY OF HER HEROES/ WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE/ IN THE GREAT WAR/ 1914-1919/ D. RICHARDS, HARPLY-GREEN,/ A.B. - H.M.S. INVINCIBLE,/ WHO LOST HIS LIFE IN THE/ BATTLE OF JUTLAND, MAY 31/ 1916/ CORPL. J.R. MORGAN,/ RHYDYFWYALCHEN, WELCH GUARDS,/ FELL AT SAILLY-SALLISEL,/ DEC. 10, 1916/ CORPL. D.I. PRICE, CHAPEL HOUSE,/ 1ST R.W.F. FELL ON THE SOMME/ FEB. 16, 1917/ LIEUT. W. LLOYD DAVIES, CWMPARK;/ 13TH R.W.F. FELL ON PILCHEM RIDGE/ JULY 31ST, 1917/ PTE. W. LEWIS, MASON'S COTTAGE,/ C.E.F. DIED IN HOSPITAL, JAN. 21, 1919/ E.J. Williams, Sculptor/ Llanybyther Left face: ER MEWN GRAILL (THE GLORIOUS DEAD)/ GODWYD Y MAEN COFFA HWN (THIS MEMORIAL IS ERECTED)/ GON YR EGLWYS YM MHENIEL (BY PENIEL CHURCH IN EVER)/ YN ARWYDD O'R PHARCH A'I (LOVING MEMORY OF HER HEROES)/ HANWYL DEB O'I PHLANT A (WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE)/ GWYMPOEDD YNY RHYFEL FAWR (IN THE GREAT WAR)/ 1914-1919/ PTE. W JAMES, LLETTYWITHIG/ 2/4 LANCASTER REGT./ MARW MEWN YSPYTTY, (DIED IN HOSPITAL)/ EBRILL 19, 1917, (APRIL 19, 1917.)/ PTE. W. LEWIS, GYNT PENTREFYNYS/ SHERWOOD FORESTERS,/ CWYMPODD HYDREF 3, 1918. (FELL OCTOBER 3, 1918)/ SERGT. J. GRIFFITHS, BRYNHYFRYD/ WELCH REGT. CYMPODD (FELL)/ YN JENLAIN, TACH 4, 1918. (IN JENLAIN, NOV. 4, 1918)/ 1939-1945/ ER COF SERRHUS AM (IN MEMORY OF)/ FLYING OFFICER J. GLYDWR DAVIES,/ CARTREFLE./ A GOLLWYD MEDI 23, 1944 (FELL MAY 23, 1944)

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