Dedicated to the memory of:


James Francis Weaver 

1st Battalion Welsh Guards

James, from Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, was born on 14th October 1961.

He died 8th June 1982 when Sir Galahad was bombed at Fitzroy.

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I remember James from school, we were in the same class he was friendly with Keith and Martin Tobin. He was always laughing and was very funny, and in school I had a big crush on him, even now I think about him he is always in my head and heart. 

Jackie Headon (now Jones)


I had the privilege of growing up with James & remember how proud his family were when he passed out as a Welsh Guard.

My Brother Martin was close to James & he was always calling to our house, my mother loved him. James was also a very good fisherman, I’m very proud to have known him & I only recently learned there’s an area named after him on The Falkland Islands.

I named my Son after him, still deeply miss him always in my thoughts god bless.

Dennis O’Keefe  


Family and friends are encouraged to contribute.

We will add information to this memorial as we receive it.

If you have a photo, an anecdote, or simply to say you remember him, we will be very pleased to hear from you, so please contact the sama office at 


In 2022, as part of the 40th Anniversary commemorations, geographical features were identified and named after the fallen of 1982.   WEAVER ISLET is a small tussac islet inside Duperrey Harbour, on the south shore of Berkeley Sound, East Falkland.

It is in position
51° 34′ 26.55″ S, 058° 06′ 46.35″ W