Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions

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Penley, St Magdalenes Church

Penley, St Magdalenes Church. The Church and Churchyard borders what is today Penley Industrial Estate but, between 1946 and 1999 it served as the Polish Hospital. All the enteries made were transcribed from a copy [more]


James Fisher EDISBURY

full_name: EDISBURY, James Fisher parent_name: James & Sarah (nee Ratcliffe) Edisbury birth: 13/10/1837 birthplace: Holywell, Flintshire. baptised: 23/10/1837 death: 1920 at Holin Villa, Kings Mills Road, Wrexham burial: 23/10/1920 age: 83 relationship: Husband of Minnie [more]

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GIBSON, Walter – Gresford War Memorial

Walter Gibson first appears on the 1891 census living at Parkside, Allington, Denbighshire with his grand parents, William, a Farm Labourer, & Jane Gibson, age 70 and 71 respectively.     Also in the household was their [more]

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KENDRICK, William – Gresford War Memorial

William Kendrick was born circa 1883, the son of William & Margaret Kendrick (nee Williams) who, I believe, married in the December Quarter of 1882 in Kington.  (Kington  Vol. 6a, Page 1073)   The district Kington [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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John Brown Savage – Wrexham Cemetery

Second Lieutenant (& Adjutant) SAVAGE, JOHN BROWN Died 16/05/1915 Aged 34 1st Bn Royal Welsh Fusiliers M C, Mentioned in Dispatches. Son of John and Margaret Savage, of 27 Ruabon Road, Wrexham. In loving memory [more]

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RIDGE, Robert – Gresford War Memorial

Robert Ridge was the son of John & Jane Ridge and was born circa 1889.    He first appears on the 1891 census living with his family at 2, Chirk Mill, Chirk, Denbighshire.    Head of the [more]

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FAULKS, Herbert Henry – Wrexham Cemetery

Full name: Herbert Henry FAULKS Service Number: 1231719 Rank: LDG. Aircraftman Regiment: Royal Air Force Parents name: Sidney Marshall and Bertha Faulks Birth: 1921 Birthplace: Death: 29/01/1945 Date of burial: 03/02/1945 Buried at: Wrexham Cemetery Plot_ref: [more]

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HODGKINS, John – Wrexham Cemetery

HODGKINS first_name: John full_name: HODGKINS, John rank: Private number: 8112 (200862) regiment: 3rd/4th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers parent_name: John Hodgkins birth: abt 1882 birthplace: Utoxetter, Staffordshire, England death: 15/12/1916 at Infirmary, Wrexham. burial: 19/12/1916 age: [more]

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HULLEY, Frank – Gresford War Memorial

HULLEY first_name: Frank full_name: HULLEY, Frank rank: Private number: 35164 regiment: Border Regiment (7th Bn.) parent_name: Alfred & Isabella Hulley, of Yew Tree Villa, Gresford. birth: abt 1899 birthplace: Gresford baptised: 03/01/1900 death: 16/06/1918 burial: [more]

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Coedpoeth Cemetery Records Added

We have just added almost 6000 records for Coedpoeth Cemetery, FREE to search once registered. Cemetery Address: Cemetery Road, Coedpoeth, LL11 3SP. Tel:01978 755617 Records transcribed by Tom Jones of Bwlchgwyn. We are adding in [more]

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Afonwen – Ddol Chapel

Ddol Afonwen Methodist Chapel was first built in 1830. This was rebuilt in 1884, to the design of Mr Hughes of Denby, in the Romanesque and Vernacular style of the gable entry type. This small [more]

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Cerrigydrudion – St. Mary Magdalene Church

Cerrigydrudion – St. Mary Magdalene Church – Photographs supplied by Lee Wetton Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions. Back to Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions Index Please note: There is currently no index available.         Cerrigydrudion – [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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