Lewis Thomas Eynon

Edited by : Rhian1 LlGC/NLW 24/08/2015

Date of Death: 28/2/1916

Location died: Park Hall Camp, Oswestry

Gender: Male

Where buried: Aberdovey Cemetery

  • Date of birth - N/A

    Where? - N/A

  • Date Enlisted - N/A

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    Age - N/A

    As -

  • Battles

  • Date of the battle - 25/4/1915

    Where? - Gallipoli

  • Ranks

  • Rank Date - N/A

    Rank - As Private

    Service - British Army

    As - Royal Welsh Fusiliers

    Service number - 2214

  • Date of Death - 28/2/1916

    Where? - Park Hall Camp, Oswestry


  • Mother - Winnifred Eynon


  • 5 Evans Terrace, Aberdovey, Merionethshire

Additional Information

Private Eynon enlisted shortly after the outbreak of the war and was sent to the Dardanelles in July 1915. He was taken ill and returned to England where he spent several months in hospital. Three weeks before he his death he returned home to Aberdovey, apparently in full health, before being sent to Park Hall Camp, Oswestry. Here he fell ill with pneumonia and died a few days later.

CWGC Reference

Sources used

  • Nodion o Aberdyfi - Article in Y Llan regarding the death of Pvt Eynon on 10 March 1916 p7