Name of Researcher / Enw’r ymchwylydd: Eifion & Viv Williams
Name of Memorial / Enw’r gofeb: Mold
Name / Enw: Lloyd, William Asterlyn
Regiment/Catrawd: 1st Bn King’s Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)
Service Rank and Number / Rheng gwasanaeth a rhif: Private 37587
Military Cemetery/Memorial / Fynwent milwrol: Mont-Bernanchon British Cemetery, Gonnehem
Ref No Grave or Memorial / Rhif cyfeirnod bedd: I.J.3
Country of Cemetery or Memorial / Gwlad y fynwent neu gofeb: France
Medals Awarded / Medalau a ddyfarnwyd: Victory and British War Medals
Date of Death: 17th June 1918
Date and Circumstances of Death / Dyddiad ac amgylchiadau marwolaeth:
Killed in Action on 17th June 1918 aged 19
He was born in Bagillt in 1899. The 1901 census lists the family living in Kelstone Cottages, Holywell. One year old William was there with his father Jonah a 27 year old threshing machine driver, his mother, Jane 23 yrs and his baby sister Florence who was 7 months. Also with them was Jonah’s 13 year old sister in law – Amy I Smith.
In 1911 the family was living in 17 Bridge Street, Mold. Jonah was listed as a traction engine driver. He and Jane were now the parents of three children William was 11, Florence was 10 and Arthur Noel was 8. The form tells us that one child had died.
The address given on his War Grave Certificate and Flintshire Roll of Honour card was 4 Victoria Terrace, Mold. The card bears the name of Florence Lloyd, sister.