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  • You can start your search of the database by simply entering a surname.
  • You can select to view ALL of the same surnames held in the database.
  • Can help find a grave location.
  • Memorial photographs are the number one resource for genealogy research.
  • Many records will contain information not found elsewhere.
  • Records may contain relationship status which can resolve a dead end in you research.
  • Many records will include key dates like Birth, Death and Marriage.
  • Extra features include Census Records, Workhouse Records and Armed Forces.
  • Over 90,000 records.
  • Many photographs of graves and memorials.
  • Cemetery maps showing grave locations.
  • Other occupants in the same grave.
  • Member only content
  • and much, much more.

(Please note: not all of the above are available for each location).



Daniel MOSTYN 1842-1900

Daniel Mostyn was born in 1842, he was the son of Edward Mostyn, a collier and Elizabeth Edwards, the family lived in the Coedpoeth, and there is still a Mostyn Road there. Edward and Elizabeth […]


THOMAS CROSS 1825-1889

by Annette Edwards. Thomas Cross was born about 1825  in the Overton area, he was the son of Edward Cross and Sarah who had a corn mill in  Bettisfield,  in 1841 Thomas was there helping […]


George ROBERTS – Erddig Under Gardener

by Jill Burton. George was born in 1859 in Erbistock, the son of an agricultural labourer. On the 1881 census he was a lodger in Bersham and working as a railway plate layer. He also […]

World War Two

RAF bomber crash, Bwlchgwyn. 1943

During the Second World War, an RAF bomber crashed onto the hillside between Bwlchgwyn and Rhydtalog, killing all eight men on board. See below for their details. If you are at Bwlchgwyn war memorial, the […]


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