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JAMES PHENNAH 1853 – 1899 Born 1853 in Wrexham, son of Thomas Phennah a stationer, during his life James was an over seer, auctioneer and a poor rate collector in Wrexham. He was also a member of […]


Edward Eyland Rogers

ELIZABETH ANN ROGERS 1859 -1887 EDWARD EYLAND ROGERS 1847 -1895 Elizabeth Ann was the eldest daughter of John Bradshaw and Elizabeth Letts, she was born in 1859 in Wrexham, and her father was the Deputy […]


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, […]


Reverend Frederick Samuels 1852-1903

Coedpoeth Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Coedpoeth Reverend Frederick Samuels, 1852-1903 “In loving memory of the Rev. Frederick Samuels, Minister of the London Road Baptist Church, Stoke-on-Trent.  Born February 28th 1852.  Died January 10th 1903”   Frederick […]


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