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  • Memorial photographs are the number one resource for genealogy research.
  • Many records will contain information not found elsewhere.
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BAGNALL, Thomas – World War One

Thomas Bagnall was the son of William Bagnall  and Maria Evans  he was born in Eyton in 1876. After his father died he stayed with Maria at Brook Cottage, Eyton until he married Ruth Letitia […]

War Memorials

Coedpoeth War Memorial

Coedpoeth War Memorial commemorates those who were killed in World War I and World War II. The memorial stands in the Memorial Park, off Park Road. Sources: Coedpoeth War Memorial; photographs by Graham Lloyd. Back […]

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Edward Henry Evans 1892-1914

St Mary’s, Brymbo. Edward Henry Evans, abt. 1892-1914  “In loving memory of Edward Henry, the beloved husband of Edith Ellen Evans, Bank Street, Lodge, who was accidentally killed at Irlam, August 22nd 1914, aged 27 […]

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