A total of 731 soldiers from this area served their country, with 105 having fallen and been commemorated on the Mold Urban Memorial


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Mold Memorial

Mold Memorial

Mold War Memorial

The War Memorial bearing all the names is situated at ‘the top of town’ outside the entrance to Bailey Hill. Inside Mold Parish Chuch (St Mary’s) the fittings inside the NE chapel and the organ cases were also added as War Memorials after WW1.

We have conducted an initial research on all the First World War named servicemen  by finding what we could in official sources that are in the public domain. There are a few men that we have so far drawn a blank on and have found nothing at all about them. Can you help?

If you have a relative from World War 1 named on this memorial then we are very keen to hear from you. Have you got any more information? Do you have any memorabilia about him that you would like to have posted on the website? Please get in touch with us on our Contact Page

This is the WW1 memorial inside Bethesda Chapel in Mold. Almost all those named are also listed on the town’s memorial. (Thanks to ‘Wales Memorials’ based at Swansea University) for this photograph)


This is the War Memorial in St James’s Church, New Brighton – a village close to Mold and Buckley. All of the 5 WW1 men named also appear on the Mold memorial . Their stories can be found on the Mold pages of this website. Thanks to Jennifer Walters for the photograph of the Memorial


Thanks to John Shannon for the images of the program for the  Unveiling and Dedication of the Memorial.


Program for Unveiling and Dedication of Memorial Mold Church



Thanks to Jo and Joan Eagles for the images of the program for the  Unveiling and Dedication of the Church Memorial.

Links.    Mold Community Website    Mold Food and Drink Festival    Clwyd Theatr Cymru    Clwyd Family History Society

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