William Thomas Jones was the son of Thomas and Margaret Jones, Square Post Office. From his service record we know he was born in Carnarvon Parish, enlisted 11 Dec 1915, trained at Kinmel Park, and was posted to France Dec 1916. He had sisters Harriet Hilda and Annie May, and a brother Llewellyn Glyn.
From the County Herald, December 18, 1918
Signaller W.T. Jones son of Mr. Thomas Jones of the Square Post office was killed in action on October 29th. The deceased soldier was 20 years of age and had seen over two years’ service in France. He was a printer by trade and worked his apprenticeship with Messrs.’ Cropper and sons Lane End.
William Thomas Jones is identified on the “Scrap of Paper” from the now demolished Bethel Welsh Methodist Church in Mold Road.
William Thomas is remembered on the family grave at Bistre.
Margaret the beloved wife of
Thomas Jones Padeswood Road
Who died April 10th 1946 aged 71 years
Also the above Thomas Jones
Who died March 7th 1954 aged 81 years
Also William Thomas their son
Killed in action in France Oct 20 1918
Aged 23 years