According to the Imperial War Museum the war memorial in Pentrefelin was made by Mr Owen Jones of Criccieth and unveiled on 1st January 1923, attended by Rev. Hugh Williams. It is within a small walled area, and shaped as a cross.
Close to the war memorial is a standing stone, it is 10 foot/3.5 metres high. There are various stories about how it came to be sprouting from the pavement. One is that it is prehistoric; the other is that a local farmhand brought it home on his way back from the pub, but his mother, refusing to have it in the house, told him to get rid of it somewhere!
To find the geocache container you will need to study the inscription on the war memorial.
The co-ordinates for the cache are N052° CB.FAE W004° 11.BCD
A = the 4th number that appears on the memorial.
B = look to the left of the memorial in the surrounding area. You need the digit that appears both above and below SV.
C = The number of letters in Wm Jones address.
D = The only number that appears exactly twice on the memorial.
E = Count the number of letters in the last word of the first line.
F = The number of Smiths listed on the memorial.
***** PLEASE NOTE IMPORTANT *****
CACHES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE PLACED ON ACTUAL MEMORIALS OR WITHIN THE BOUNDARY OF SUCH
AT ALL TIMES PLEASE TREAT LOCATIONS OF MEMORIALS WITH RESPECT