Major Thomas Llewelyn Davies MC, RFA. His medal card says he died in an aero accident.
Name:Thomas Llewelyn Davies
Death Date:16 Sep 1918
Regiment:Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery
Type of Casualty:Killed
"DAVIES, THOMAS LLEWELYN
MC. He was killed whilst flying in RE8, D4746 of the Artillery and Infantry Co-operation School and is buried in Swansea (Cwmgelly) Cemetery.
Thomas Llewelyn Davies
,. R.F.A.. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in reorganising a battery which had lost practically all its officers, N.C.Os., and gunners. Two days afterwards he not only commanded the battery in an attack, but personally laid the guns, and it was due to his splendid example that the battery was able to change its position and come into action.
Name:DAVIES, THOMAS LLEWELYN
Regiment/Service:Royal Air Force
Secondary Regiment:Royal Field Artillery
Secondary Unit Text:and
Date of Death:16/09/1918
Additional information:Son of William and Margaret Davies, of Dillwyn House, Brynhyfryd, Swansea.
Casualty Type:Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference:E. 4019.
Cemetery:SWANSEA (CWMGELLY) CEMETERY