There are ninety-two names, including those of brothers and former pupils at Christ College, Brecon. Stephen, Frank and Arthur Best are recorded on the base of a stone Celtic cross at the entrance to the church. These, together with the dedication on three of the four sides:
‘IN THANKFUL REMITTANCE OF THE MEN FROM THE PARISH OF ST. MARY'S BRECON WHO DIED IN THE GREAT WAR 1914-1918’
On the fourth side:
‘THANKS BE TO GOD’.
A small brass plaque on the north side of the church commemorates the death in France during the final months of the war of another Christ College Old Boy, Francis Alfred Ismay Musk.
On 25 September, 1921 Francis Musk`s mother, in memory of her son, presented a framed Roll of Honour to the church. On the south aisle the Roll in a dark wood frame, has a dedication handwritten in fine copperplate. It records in three columns the names of fifty-one men.
Brecon Presbyterian Church, The Watton
A framed roll of honour hangs in the vestry.
Kensington Baptist Church
There is a roll of honour in the main church, and there are one or two individual plaques as well for example, Trew.
There is a memorial connected with the Maybery family, and also at the west end of the Cathedral, there is an illuminated Roll of Honour listing those from the Parish of St. John`s that served in the World War One. It is by M.K. Vincent, and dated 1920. The Roll comprises two matching frames. There is a small brass plate attached to one with an inscription.
The larger of the two documents records a total of three hundred and fifty-eight names, together with ranks, regiments and home addresses. The forty-three that were killed are shown in gold lettering and grouped together at the beginning of the list. The remaining entries of those that survived are arranged in five columns below. The smaller of the two frames contains a further forty-eight individuals, four of whom were killed.
Breconshire Constabulary: On the south wall of the Baptistery is a brass plaque commemorating five members of the county's police force.