megans grandad Posted 3 December , 2011 Share Posted 3 December , 2011 I am currently researching all of the fallen in the village of Glan Conwy in North Wales. I have come across Private Arthur Evans of 8th Battalion service number 12396 who died 17 August 1915 aged 22. He is buried at ALEXANDRIA (CHATBY) MILITARY AND WAR MEMORIAL CEMETERY K. 99. I am trying to establish which battle he might have been fighting in. Can you help? I believe he may have had a brother Thomas Owen Evans, also a private, who was 'lost' January 1915 aged 25 in East Africa as a member of the 2nd Loyal North Lancs Regiment. I do not have a service number however. Both are commemorated in the churchyard at Llansanffraid Glan Conwy and on their respective stones are the words of Bryn Rhys shop which I have located albeit it is no longer a shop. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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