Wrexham Victoria School WWI Memorial

Wrexham Victoria Council Schools. The above tablet in marble and brass in remembrance to those Old Boys of the above school who fell in the great war. It is a fitting mark to Mr. Chas. [more]

War Memorials

Southsea War Memorial

Southsea War Memorial commemorates those local people who died in World War I. The memorial stands at the front of All Saint’s Parish Church on Smithy Road, Southsea. Those commemorated on Southsea War Memorial: PrivateIsaacHUMPHREYS200247 [more] [more]


Lindisfarne War Memorial

Lindisfarne War Memorial commemorates those former students of the college who died in World War I and World War II. Lindisfarne College was a private boarding school which was founded in 1891 in Westcliff on [more] [more]


Caerwys – St. Michael Church

Photographs supplied by Lee Wetton. Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions. Back to Clwyd Monumental Inscriptions Index Index. There is currently no index available to these images. Cemetery Plan. There is no cemetery plan available at present. Photographs [more]


Help Needed – Antonina Maria Braszka

Dear Sir ! Before You interest in history You are the best person, who can help me (I think). I am looking for Antonina Maria Braszka, who was born 21st June 1948 in Penley Polish [more]


Thomas Tudge

CATHERINE ANN TUDGE 1864-1865 Catherine Ann Tudge infant daughter of Thomas and Catherine Tudge died June 2nd 1865 aged 14 months. Thomas Tudge was born in 1824  at Llanfair Caereinion, Mongomeryshire and was the son [more]

Burial Ground

Wrexham Cemetery

Wrexham Cemetery is located on Ruabon Road, Wrexham, and covers an area of 7.2 hectares. The layout of the cemetery was designed by Yeaman Strachan, the then Borough Surveyor of Wrexham. Originally consisting of 10 [more] [more]


Old Colwyn – St. Catherine Church

St. Catherine’s Church, Abergele Road, Old Colwyn Built in 1837, the church’s construction was largely due to Sir Richard Butler Clough of Min y Don Hall. It was built as a chapel of ease to [more]



Joseph Sachs was born in Germany about 1849; he was likely to have been Jewish and changed his name to Sacks. Caroline Keeler was born in Congleton 1849, both her parents were also German, her [more]