How much do you know about the history, geography, culture and genealogy of Wrexham?
Answer all twenty questions, then click the button at the bottom of the page to find out how well you've done.
Question 1 - Elihu Yale is buried in which Wrexham churchyard?
Question 2 - Which engineer constructed the Pontcysylllte aqueduct in the early 1800s?
Question 3 - Who was the famous 18th century 'Blind Harper of Wynnstay'?
Question 4 - In which Wrexham church did Owain Glyndŵr marry in 1383?
Question 5 - The parish church at Marchwiel is dedicated to which saint?
Question 6 - The poet R S Thomas was curate of which Maelor parish from 1940 to 1942?
Question 7 - In which grand house was George Jeffreys (The Hanging Judge) born in 1645?
Question 8 - Which Maelor village is known in Welsh as 'Llannerch Banna'?
Question 9 - Which one of the Ruabon censuses is officially 'missing'?
Question 10 - The parish of Chirk was in which Poor Law Union?
Question 11 - The Flintshire parish of Marford & Hoseley was an exclave within which parish?
Question 12 - In which part of town was the former Wrexham workhouse located?
Question 13 - Which Cornish family became famous brickmasters at Ruabon?
Question 14 - The former Plas Kynaston colliery was in which village?
Question 15 - Which parish church was once known as the 'New Fens Chapel'?
Question 16 - Which parish church is famous for its ancient yew trees?
Question 17 - Which river powered the historic King's Mills in Abenbury?
Question 18 - With which Welsh ancestral family is Brynkinallt associated?
Question 19 - Where in Wrexham were the barracks of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers located?
Question 20 - Which Wrexham brewery's logo featured a 'Red Dragon Rampart'?
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