Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon

Birth Name Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon
Gender male
Age at Death 34 years, 2 months, 3 days


Event Date Place Description Sources
Education   Calday Grange Grammar School, West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire    
Birth 6/1883 Toxteth Park, Liverpool, Lancashire Birth reg. Toxteth Park as opposed to W Derby for previous births. Still Amberley St.? 1 2
Death 4/8/1917 Pilckem Ridge, Ypres Salient, Ypres, Belgium Various dates. Clorianydd gives 5th, another source 3rd. 3 3 4a
Occupation estimated between 1914 and 1917   14th Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers. Commissioned into London Welsh initially?  
Residence 1917 Parkside House, 107 Liscard Road, Egremont, Wallasey, Wirral, Cheshire   1
Burial 1917 Bard Cottage Cemetery, Ypres, Belgium    
Residence 1901 5, Dunraven Road, West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire   1
Residence 1911 Derwen, Mostyn Avenue, West Kirby, Wirral, Cheshire   1
Occupation 1904 Denia, Alicante, Spain Commercial agent in Mr Rogers' raisin warehouse. 5
Residence 1904 Carrer de Magallanes 10, Denia, Alicante, Spain    

Relation to the centre person (Thomas Trevor ApSimon) : brother


Relation to main person Name Birth date Death date Relation within this family (if not by birth)
Father Thomas Jones/ApSimon21/11/184318/9/1919
Mother Anna Elizabeth Thompson27/11/185326/9/1928
    Brother     Joseph Henry ApSimon 3/6/1879 1925
    Brother     Thomas Trevor ApSimon 5/11/1880 12/4/1976
         Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon 6/1883 4/8/1917
    Brother     Estyn Douglas ApSimon 30/8/1885 9/1/1962



Possible source of his given names:
Arthur: Caer Gai & Aran Hill/Arenig Fawr near Llanuwchllyn are supposed by Spenser (Faerie Queene, where he calls it Rauran) to have been the site of the education of King Arthur:
Tryweryn: river nearby.

Family Map

Family Map


  1. Thomas Jones/ApSimon
    1. Anna Elizabeth Thompson
      1. Joseph Henry ApSimon
      2. Thomas Trevor ApSimon
      3. Arthur Tryweryn ApSimon
      4. Estyn Douglas ApSimon


Source References

  2. England & Wales Births
  3. TGEA: TGEA press clippings
  4. Y Clorianydd
      • Date: 22/8/1917
      • Citation:

        Gives as August 5th.

  5. ATA: Mediterranean letters