The Leader – October 2017 A memorial built to commemorate those who made the ultimate sacrifice during the First World War has been unveiled. The memorial garden at Bellevue Park in Wrexham was officially opened [more]
John Batho was born in Birmingham about 1798, he married Mary Catherall in Chester. Mary had been born in Chester. John was a spirit merchant in Bridge Street, Chester for many years before coming to [more]
Many have passed the Centenary Memorial Tablet located on the former railway bridge on Vicarage Hill in Wrexham without a second glance. Mounted in 1926 for the centenary of the writing of the Missionary Hymm [more]
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Coedpoeth War Memorial commemorates those who were killed in World War I and World War II. The memorial stands in the Memorial Park, off Park Road. Coedpoeth War MemorialCoedpoeth War MemorialCoedpoeth War MemorialCoedpoeth War MemorialCoedpoeth [more]