Alfred OWEN – Ironmonger 1834-1912

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Alfred Owen was born in Shrewsbury about 1834, he was the son of Samuel Owen and Elizabeth Lambrook. In 1851 Alfred was with his family in Shrewsbury, he brothers Peter and Samuel H. His father [more]

Higher Kinnerton – All Saints Church

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Please note: There is currently no index available to these images. Photographs supplied by Lee Wetton Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions.Back to Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions Index Higher Kinnerton – All Saints Church Photographs supplied by Lee Wetton [more]

William TICKLE 1847 – 1897

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WILLIAM TICKLE 1847 – 1897 ELIZABETH TICKLE 1851 – 1922 William Tickle was the son of James Tickle who was a glass maker in St Helens his mother was Alice Hill. When he was 14 [more] [more]

Henryk GOTZ – Polish Army

Biographies

Full name: Henryk GOTZ Born: 1907 Died: 19/11/1946 Age: 39 Rank: Strezelec (Rifleman) Polish Army Grave ref: Wrexham Cemetery War Graves Section D-09526 Polish War Graves at Wrexham Cemetery. Polish Burials at Wrexham Cemetery. Transcript: [more]

St. Giles Church, Wrexham – records added

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We have recently added the first batch of 539 records and some headstone images, with more to follow. This is still a work in progress but have received many requests for information. Please note that [more]

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