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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 […]

Biographies

William TICKLE 1847 – 1897

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 […]

War Memorials

Brymbo War Memorial

Brymbo War Memorial commemorates those from the Brymbo area who were killed in World War I and World War II. Comprising of a stone Celtic Cross with two name plaques and is situated off Brymbo’s […]

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