We have just added over 1000 names from the Coedpoeth, Salem Chapel Baptisms 1864 to 1930 kindly supplied by Annette Edwards. Fully searchable here.* *You will need to register and login to search.
We have recently added almost 6000 records for Coedpoeth Cemetery. Cemetery Address: Cemetery Road, Coedpoeth, LL11 3SP. Tel:01978 755617 Records transcribed by Tom Jones of Bwlchgwyn. We are adding in excess of 750 photographs kindly [more]
“Er cof serchog am Jane anwyl briod Samuel Cunnah, Broughton Farm yr hon a hunodd yn yr iesu ionawr 6fed 1911, yn 73 mlwydd oed”. Jane Cunnah’s gravestone is notable due to its decorative design. [more]
The gravestone marking the burial of Ann Moreton Crutchley at Coedpoeth Cemetery ranks amongst the most unusual gravestones that I have seen. Her gravestone is designed as a small house with the windows and doors etched [more]
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Coedpoeth Cemetery, Cemetery Road, Coedpoeth Albert James Warne, 1869-1895 “In loving memory of James Warne born November 10th 1837, died May 9 1895. Also his beloved son Albert J. Warne born February 11th 1869, killed [more]
Wrexham War Memorials. Source:
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. Sources: Coedpoeth War Memorial; photographs by Graham Lloyd. Back [more]
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 [more]