The War Graves of Ystradgynlais

Alun Gwyn Lewis

Alun Gwyn Lewis was a Flight Sergeant in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, and was killed in Germany in April 1943.

Alun's brother Llewellyn Lewis also fell in action and is remembered on the memorial.

The information on Alun Gwyn Lewis has been compiled from a number of sources, including the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, from the South Wales Voice newspaper, and the Parish Burial Register (courtesy of the Swansea Archives).

NameAlun Gwyn Lewis
Date of Death11th April 1943
Place of DeathGermany
Age at DeathAGE
Unit and RegimentRoyal Air Force Volunteer Reserve; 429 (R.C.A.F.) Sqdn
RankFlight Sergeant (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner.)
Service Number946288
Cemetery Grave  RHEINBERG WAR CEMETERY - GERMANY; Coll. grave 8. K. 12-17.  
Local MemorialsMaesydderwen Roll of Honour
Ystradgynlais War Memorial
NotesSon of David Rees Lewis and Margaret Lewis.
His brother Llewelyn Lewis also fell in action.




 

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