Jack Burnell Williams Biography

An Army barracks in London has been deemed the scene of the discovery of the body of an 18-year-old soldier. Trooper Jack Burnell-Williams, who was originally from Bridgend, was discovered unconscious at Hyde Park Barracks just before 16:00 British Standard Time on Wednesday. He later passed away.

The arrangements for the state funeral of the late Queen Elizabeth II are said to have engaged him, according to the claims.

An Army spokeswoman sent the following statement: “During this terrible time, our thoughts are with the soldier’s family and friends. We ask that their privacy be respected.”

On Saturday afternoon, members of his family and friends will get together at the Bryntirion Football Club in Bridgend to pay their respects to his memory.

His passing is not being investigated as potentially suspicious at this time.

In spite of the best efforts of the paramedics, the soldier was pronounced dead shortly after the emergency services were called. The incident occurred in Bridgend, South Wales.

The Metropolitan Police have stated that they do not believe there to be anything suspicious about the circumstances surrounding his death and that a case has been submitted to the coroner. Trooper Jack Burnell-Williams passed away on September 28, 2022, at Hyde Park Barracks, according to a spokesman for the Army, who expressed her sorrow at the news.


Hundreds of tributes poured in for Jak today after his mother announced her son’s death.

Burnell-Williams’s mother Laura Burnell-Williams, 42, paid her son an emotional tribute in her Facebook post saying, “Never ever thought I would be saying this but we as a family are all heartbroken with the sudden passing of our wonderful son Jak Williams yesterday.”

Jak’s girlfriend Molly Holmes was among those who posted on Laura’s Facebook page. She wrote: ‘Forever going to miss you my love. Truly heartbroken.’

Jak’s sister Elisha wrote: ‘We will get through this together as a team. We need to do him just as proud as he’s done us.’

Elisha said family and friends will be setting off blue balloons in his memory at Bryntirion Football Club in Bridgend in his memory at 4pm tomorrow.

She wrote on Facebook: ‘Please spread the word and join us in celebrating my boy’s life. Blue colours to be worn preferably and also blue balloons.’

One well-wisher wrote: ‘So very sad. I’m so shocked. We have all seen the videos of him doing his duty for the Queen over the last month. Thinking of you.’

His aunt Jodie Danks wrote: ‘Such heartbreaking news. I can’t believe you’re gone. You was taken way too soon. We all love you so much my handsome nephew. You made us all so proud. Rest in peace.’