IN AFFECTIONATE MEMORY OF CATHERINE GOUGH, WHO DIED FEBRUARY 4TH, 1884, AGED 83 YEARS. THIS CROSS IS PLACED BY T. L. AND M. E. FITZHUGH. (FAITHFUL UNTO DEATH) Catherine Gough was born in Staffordshire and [more][more]
by Annette Edwards. JECONIAH ODGERS 1849 – 1915 EMMA ODGERS 1847 -1928 Jeconiah was born in July 1849 at Gwennap, Cornwall, he was the son of Jonah Odgers and Elizabeth Murton. In 1861 he is [more][more]
These three sisters were the daughters of Robert Henry Cunliffe 4th Baronet (1785 – 1859) and Susan Emily Paton. (1807 – 1856) Robert Henry was born in Chester and in 1805 married Louisa (maiden name [more][more]
Bangor On Dee (Bangor Is Y Coed) War Memorial is located on the banks of the River Dee in front of St. Dunawd’s Parish Church. The memorial commemorates those who lost their lives locally. The [more][more]
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 [more][more]
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