RWF Graves and Memorials Across the World

Photos of graves of Royal Welch Fusiliers across the world but outside the First and Second World Wars.
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Roberts, John Sheriff Col CO 5 RWF and Mayor of Chester 1920-21. Roberts Commanded the 2nd Volunteer Battalion (later 5th Flintshire Bn TF from 1908) from 26 May 1897 until 26 Jul 1905, until succeeded by Lt Col CE WIlles. A total of eight years - but such things were not uncommon in those days.

Roberts, John Sheriff Col CO 5 RWF and Mayor of Chester 1920-21. Roberts Commanded the 2nd Volunteer Battalion (later 5th Flintshire Bn TF from 1908) from 26 May 1897 until 26 Jul 1905, until succeeded by Lt Col CE WIlles. A total of eight years - but such things were not uncommon in those days.

Military Uniforms

Roberts, Thomas Edwin, Sgt 2776 1 RWF KIA 08.10.55 at Great Redan age 29 years old.

Roberts, Thomas Edwin, Sgt 2776 1 RWF KIA 08.10.55 at Great Redan age 29 years old.

Shropshire, Whixall  John Dudleston, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, killed in action in Germany 1945 aged 30.

Shropshire, Whixall John Dudleston, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, killed in action in Germany 1945 aged

War Memorials, Face Powder

Lt George Salt Memorial 1 RWF Boer War.

Lt George Salt Memorial 1 RWF Boer War.

Staffordshire, Swynnerton - 2 sons lost in a year   Charles Edmund Wood, Royal Welch Fusiliers, younger son of Edward John Wedg Wood, killed in action at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle March 1915 and also his brother John aged 32 in November 1915.

Staffordshire, Swynnerton - 2 sons lost in a year Charles Edmund Wood, Royal Welch Fusiliers, younger son of Edward John Wedg Wood, killed in action at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle March 1915 and also his brother John aged 32 in November

Roberts, John Sheriff Col CO 5 RWF and Mayor of Chester 1920-21. Roberts Commanded the 2nd Volunteer Battalion (later 5th Flintshire Bn TF from 1908) from 26 May 1897 until 26 Jul 1905, until succeeded by Lt Col CE WIlles. A total of eight years - but such things were not uncommon in those days.

Roberts, John Sheriff Col CO 5 RWF and Mayor of Chester 1920-21. Roberts Commanded the 2nd Volunteer Battalion (later 5th Flintshire Bn TF from 1908) from 26 May 1897 until 26 Jul 1905, until succeeded by Lt Col CE WIlles. A total of eight years - but such things were not uncommon in those days.

Holy-Trinity-Church-Failsworth Memorial Window to Capt Roy Bowes 15 RWF and his cousin Lt John Edward Middleton Taylor 18 mancesters KIA 24.04.17

Holy-Trinity-Church-Failsworth Memorial Window to Capt Roy Bowes 15 RWF and his cousin Lt John Edward Middleton Taylor 18 mancesters KIA

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