Tallarn Green War Memorial

Tallarn Green War Memorial commemorates those local men who were killed in World War I and World War II. Sources: Tallarn Green War Memorial; photographs by Graham Lloyd. Back to Wrexham War Memorials

WILLIAM ROBERT EVANS 1849 – 1931

William Robert Evans was born in 1849 in Wrexham he was the eldest son of Robert Evans, who had a mill on Pentrefelin and Mary Jones. The family later moved to Halghton Mill near Hanmer. [more]

1851 Census, Bangor, Gwynedd

We have recently added over 8800 names from the 1851 Census of Bangor, Gwynedd. Many thanks to Tom Farrell for collating the info search here.* To search the 8800+ listings search here.* *membership required. Source: [more]

EDWIN PHILLIPS 1829 – 1868

“In loving memory of Anne, the beloved wife of Arthur Phillips, Wrexham, late of Vron Cottage, who died 4th July 1885, aged 81 years…Also Edwin, son of the above who died at Cape Town, 8th [more]

Albert James Warne 1869-1895

Coedpoeth Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Coedpoeth Albert James Warne, 1869-1895 “In loving memory of James Warne born November 10th 1837, died May 9 1895.  Also his beloved son Albert J. Warne born February 11th 1869, killed [more]

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ROBERTS, Samuel – Gresford War Memorial

Samuel Roberts is the older brother of John (Jack) Roberts* and he was born circa 1887, he was baptised at All Saint’s Church, Gresford on the 7th August 1887, the son of James & Rebecca [more]

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Belgian War Grave at Wrexham Cemetery

Belgian War Grave at Wrexham Cemetery Headstone K-03018 inscriptions commemorate: VERBEKE, Joseph 1st Regt. of Chasseurs of Courtrai, Belgium Wounded at Dixmude Died at Croesnewydd Miltary Hospital Wrexham 2nd November 1914, aged 28 VAN BEVEREN, [more]

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CHARLES, John – Gresford War Memorial

John Charles was the son of John and Mary Ann Charles (nee Evans) who married on the 30th December 1879 at Oswestry.   John Charles junior was born on the 19th January 1883. Sadly John Charles [more]

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LITTLER, Albert – Gresford War Memorial

Albert Littler was born circa 1897 the son of Edward & Elizabeth Littler (nee Meredith) who had married in St. Giles Church, Wrexham on the 13th August 1883, (Edward’s father was a Tailor) and little [more]

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MULVEY, Peter – Gresford War Memorial

Peter Kilbride Mulvey was born in the March Quarter of 1896 (Denbighshire Vol Volume:               11b Page: 215) the son of James & Mary E. Mulvey (nee Jones), who married in a Civil Ceremony in Wrexham [more]

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MASSIE, John Hamon – Gresford War Memorial

John Hamon Massie D S O in the UK, De Ruvigny’s Roll of Honour, Volume 1, 1914-1919 more or less tells John Hamon’s story:- MASSIE, John Hamon, D.S.O.,Major, Royal Garrison Artillery, yr. s of Edward [more]

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DAVIES, D – Gresford War Memorial

We need some help on this one. DAVIES, J.D.   –  this name was on the Bangor Civic Society Website – North Wales (Bangor)  Memorial Arch for Gresford but NOT on the Gresford Memorial, unless it [more]

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EDDIES, Alfred

EDDIES, ALFRED (Not on the Gresford Roll of Honour.) his cousin John EDDIES, see his notes. Rank: Private Service No:G/86302 Date of Death:25/05/1918 Age:26 Regiment/Service:Middlesex Regiment 13th Bn. Cemetery:PERNES BRITISH CEMETERY Son of Samuel Eddies; [more]

Burial Grounds

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Wrexham Cemetery

Wrexham Cemetery is located on Ruabon Road, Wrexham, and covers an area of 7.2 hectares. The layout of the cemetery was designed by Yeo Strachan, the then Borough Surveyor of Wrexham. Originally consisting of 10 [more]

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Bodfari – St. Stephen Church

Please note: There is currently no index available. Photographs supplied by Lee Wetton Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions. Back to Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions Index Bodfari – St. Stephen Church Please note: There is currently no index available. [more]

Ysceifiog – St. Mary's Church
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Ysceifiog – St. Marys Church

The present church was built 1836-7 probably by Edward Welch, and replacing an earlier church. The design, characterised by a large nave and a shallow chancel, is typical of church design in the 1830s when [more]

Groes Chapel, Penycae
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Groes Chapel, Penycae

Groes Chapel, Penycae.   To search records click here*. *Membership Required. Y GROES CHAPEL 1845 – 1985 Y Groes is about 2 miles from Ruabon. It is part of a populous village. The lower part, [more]

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