Memorial to Lifeboatmen
Cadw report: 'A tall memorial of polished granite. Stepped profile surmounted by a Celtic cross; the arms bear recessed panels with Celtic knots and the centre a circular recess with a quatrefoil ... Central panel bears a low relief representation of the lifeboat on a stormy sea. The central part is flanked by tall square columns with brass plaques at the top bearing low reliefs of 2 mythical sea creatures addorsed. The memorial stands on a stepped rectangular plinth.'
Memorial to commemorate five crewmen of the 'Ramon Cabrera' who died on 3 December 1920 when the lifeboat went to the aid of the steamer 'Timbo' of Whitby. The memorial was paid for by public subscription and unveiled on 12 November 1922 by Commodore Sir Richard Williams Bulkeley Bt. KCB, Lord Lieutenant of Anglesey.
Raised lettering on upper panel: CODWYD DRWY GYFRANIADAU CYHOEDDUS / ER COF AM OWEN OWENS PENBADWR OWEN / JONES EVAN A RICHARD HUGHES WILLIAM / THOMAS CRIW BYWYDFAD RHOSCOLYN A / GOLLODD EU BYWYD YM MAE CAERNARFON / RHAG 3 1920 YN EU HYMGAIS DDEWRWYCH I / ACHUB DWYLO'R AGERLONG TIMBO / "CARIAD MWY NA HWN NID OES GAN NEB SEF / BOD I UN ROI EI EINIOES DROS EI GYFEILLION"
Raised lettering on central panel: ERECTED BY PUBLIC SUBSCRIPTION IN MEM / ORY OF THE ABOVE CREW OF THE RHOSCOLYN / LIFEBOAT WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN A GALLANT / ATTEMPT TO SAVE THE CREW OF THE S S / TIMBO IN CARNARVON BAY 3 DECEMBER 1920
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