Francis (Frank) Leo Clancy

Golygwyd gan : WelshMemorials Welsh Memorials to the Great War 26/05/2016

Dyddiad geni: 1896

Man geni: Morriston, Swansea / Treforris, Abertawe

Dyddiad marw: 23/10/1918

Rhyw: Gwrywaidd

Lle claddwyd : Highland Cemetery, Le Cateau, France/Ffrainc

  • Dyddiad geni - 1896

    Ble ? - Morriston, Swansea / Treforris, Abertawe

  • Dyddiad Ymrestrodd - 1916

    Ble ? - N/A

    Oedran - N/A

    Fel -

  • Brwydrau

  • Dyddiad y frwydr - 1/7/1916

    Ble ? - Somme

  • Dyddiad y frwydr - 7/6/1917

    Ble ? - Messines

  • Rhengoedd

  • Rheng Dyddiad - N/A

    Rheng - Fel Is-gorporal

    Gwasanaeth - Y Fyddin Brydeining

    Fel - Welsh Regiment

    Rhif gwasanaeth - 35804

  • Dyddiad marw - 23/10/1918

    Ble ? - N/A


Teulu


  • Mam - Margaret Clancy
  • Tad - William Clancy
  • Brawd - Will Clancy


Cyfeiriad


  • The Common, Plasmarl, Abertawe (Swansea)


Gwybodaeth bellach


Rhondda Leader 4/5/1918: Private Frank Clancy, Welsh Regiment, brother of Mr. Will Clancy, Buteistreet, Treorchy, the well known Rhondda trainer, while recovering from his wounds at an English hospital volunteered to give a quart of his blood to save the life of a Canadian soldier who had both lost both legs. In a letter to his brother, Private Clancy stated that he was progressing favourably, but was still weak. He enlisted two years ago, and had served 18 months tin France. He has been recommended for a commission for gallant work on the field. He has been wounded three times, at the battle of the Somme and Messines Ridge, and has also contracted fever. One of his two soldier brothers has been discharged from the Army. His mother resides at Plasmarl Common, Morriston, Swansea.

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