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Burial Ground

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 […]

War Memorials

Penycae War Memorial

Penycae War Memorial commemorates those local people who died in two world wars. The memorial stands in the Memorial Gardens in Hall Street, Penycae. The memorial tablet from the former Soar Chapel, Stryt Issa has […]


ROBERT EVANS 1819 -1888

Fortunately there was an obituary in the paper for Robert which outlines his whole life. The Death of Mr. ROBERT EVANS, The Mount, Bangor Isycoed. It is with deep regret that we record the death […]

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War Memorials

Garth Trefor War Memorial

Garth Trefor War Memorial commemorates those from the villages of Garth and Trefor who were killed in the two World Wars. The memorial was unveiled on 5th Nov 1922. Sources: Garth Trefor War Memorial; photographs […]


Thomas ROBERTS – Sawyer at Erddig

by Jill Burton. Thomas was born in 1834 in Wrexham, the son of William (farm Labourer) and Jane Roberts. He began work as Sawyer at Erddig in about 1858. He would have worked in the […]


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