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Ysceifiog – St. Mary's Church
Burial Ground

Ysceifiog – St. Marys Church

The present church was built 1836-7 probably by Edward Welch, and replacing an earlier church. The design, characterised by a large nave and a shallow chancel, is typical of church design in the 1830s when [more]

MARTIN, Henry Claude
In Memorium

MARTIN, Henry Claude – Wrexham Cemetery

First  name: Henry Middle name: Claude Full name: MARTIN, Henry Claude Rank: Captain Regiment: 1st Vol. Batt. B.Co. Royal Welsh Fusiliers Birth: 23/09/1859 Death: 20/02/1896 Burial: 24/02/1896 Age: 36 Plot_ref: J-02548 Address: 17, King Street, [more]

War Memorials

St. John’s Church War Memorial, Rhos

St. John’s Church War Memorial is located in the grounds of the church and commemorates those churchmen who fell in both World Wars. Also commemorated on Rhos War Memorial. Sources: St. John’s Church War Memorial; [more]


Agnes Emma Barker 1864–1874

St Mary’s, Brymbo Agnes Emma Barker, 1864–1874 “In loving memory of Agnes Emma Barker who was killed in the Shipton railway accident Dec 24 1874 aged 11 years”   The inscription on this gravestone marks [more]



James Edgar was born in Dumfries, Scotland c 1845. On 29 October 1868 James married Ellen Hill in St Barnabus, Kensington, his occupation on the certificate was a gentleman and his father was Thomas Edgar [more]



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 [more]

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