Lt Henry William Warren Davies
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- First World War (1914-1918)
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Upper half of the plaque: To the Glory of God and in loving memory of/ Lieut Henry William Warren Davis/ 1st Batt. The Welch Regiment, eldest son of Henry Warren Davis Esq JP/ of Trewarren in this Parish. He was killed in action near Ypres on/ April 18th 1916 aged 25 years and was buried at Zonnebeke. Lower half of the plaque, left hand side: Fallen you say? not so he cannot fall./ Who knows in growing measure God is all./ Upwards and onwards his footsteps wend,/ swiftly, nor slowly, they downward tend. Lower half of the plaque, right side: He can know neither accident nor harm,/ Upheld for aye by God's Almighty Arm,/ in freedom all undreamed by mortal sense,/ He walks upright in Truth's omnipotence. Base of plaque: "Thy will not mine be done."