17th September 2019

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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 – […]


Joseph WRIGHT – Erddig Blacksmith

by Jill Burton. On the 1861 census he was living at the blacksmiths shop, Smithy Lane, Pentrebychan, with his family – father Thomas Wright, blacksmith b1811, mother Ann nee Roberts b1820, plus siblings John b1843, […]


Alfred Henry PARTON 1864 -1892

The cemetery register has  the place of death as “ on the road near Plascoch “ the full story is tragic and  was reported in many newspapers. SUICIDE AT WREXHAM.  The people of Wrexham were […]