Apologies for the poor quality of the photo, taken by me 2nd August 2016, the lighting spoils it.
I found out about this Roll of Honour whilst looking in the Imperial Museum Memorial Project Website – http://www.iwm.org.uk/memorials/item/memorial/49730, it is described as a large framed and glazed Roll of Honour, illuminated with drawings and hand written, it is held in the Flintshire Record Office, Hawarden, Ref:-N/94/1. The names are of the men from the church who were in the war, of them 4 died, 3 of whom are on the Connah’s Quay & Shotton War Memorial, the other 1, E.R. LLOYD is, as far as I know, not on any other War Memorial, so at least he has been found and his name is remembered, but sadly I know nothing about him, if anyone knows who he might be, please get in touch and lets bring his story to the fore.
REHOBOTH WELSH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH WW1 ROLL OF HONOUR
Thomas WILLIAMS L/Cpl 8th R.W.F. Wounded – Discharged
George DAVIES, Pte 8th R.W.F. Gibraltar
David WILLIAMS Pte 8th R.W.F. Discharged
Richard DAVIES Pte 8th R.W.F. Discharged
Samuel GRIFFITHS L/cpl 8th R.W.F. Discharged
David G. THOMAS Pte. 8th R.W.F. Mesopotamia
Robert JONES Pte. 8th R.W.F. France
Thomas WILLIAMS Trooper Denbighshire Hussars France – Wounded
William WILLIAMS Pte 8th R.W.F. France
Wm. Talwyn DAVIES Pte 8th R.W.F. Mesopotamia
Thomas JONES Pte South Wales Borderers (4th) Mesopotamia
Evan GRIFFITHS Pte 9th R.W.F. France – Wounded
Tegid DAVIES Cpl 10th R.W.F. Prisoner of War
Edward ROBERTS Pte 11th Cheshires Salonica – Wounded & Prisoner
David ROBERTS Pte Denbighshire Yeomanry India
E.R. LLOYD Pte 10th R.W.F. France – Killed in Action
Aneurin DAVIES Pte 1/5 R.W.F. Egypt
Elias WILLIAMS Pte 1/5 R.W.F. Egypt
William J. DAVIES Pte L.F. Discharged
H.J. THOMAS Pte 12th R.W.F. Discharged
John THOMAS Pte A.O.C. Southampton
Bottom-Left Bottom -Right
John Samuel ROBERTS, Pte, R.W.F. Brynmor THOMAS, Pte., R.W.F.
Also Bottom-left Thomas D. THOMAS, Pte.,R.W.F.
“Mewn anghof ni chant fod”