Rhifau. 81 - 90

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Hel Achau : Rhifau 81 - 89


Hel Achau : Rhifau 81 - 89

Rhestr o erthyglau sy'n ymddangos yn Hel Achau: Rhifau  81 - 89

Lluniwyd gan Tony Davies.

Nid yw hwn yn fynegai cynhwysfawr fel y cyfryw, yn hytrach mae'n fwy rhestr o erthyglau sydd wedi bod yn y cylchgrawn.

 

Teitl
Disgrifiad
Awdur
Rhif.
Tudalen

People who count
3: Llangwm (3)

Family of William Jones known as the "Red Carpenters of Llangwm" mid-1800s

Hafina Clwyd

81

11

Lillie Evans

Noting her recent death and a reminder of the book containing her life story

A. Rawson
Williams

81

13

Another unforgettable meeting

With B. Norma Evans and her assistance with researching the Langford family

Mrs. J. Watson

81

16

Eurgrawn Wesleyaidd 1876-9

This publication found recently lists births, marriages and deaths in the county.

Alun Rawson-Williams

81

18

Reminiscence of long ago: a ramble on a summer afternoon

Translation of a Welsh memoir by John Glyn Parry 1931. Mostyn/Whitford area.

Colin Parry

81

21

No buses running

The story of Ernest Hughes in the Congo as a probationary missionary. Late 1800s

John Hughes

82

31

People who count
4: Gwyddelwern (1)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

82

11

John Jones of Cerrigydrudion and
Llangwm

As title. 1600/1700

Manan Atkinson

82

14

Building blocks to the past
(Part 12)

Hughes, Parry, Price and Wynne. Llangollen and Llantysilio

John Hughes

82

16

The Breakthrough

The moment of joy in research. Astburys of Northop

Michael Astbury

82

19

From the falls of the pig's brook by Miles Ellis

A family history on nine generations of Ellises from Wales to Wigan

Hafina Clwyd

82

25

The Whitley Family History

As title. 1800s in Buckley/Mold area

Graham Rogers

82

28

The duties of a Sexton in 1688

As title

Colin Parry

82

29

From Manor to Castle

John Tod family's history. Left Peebles for Chirk Castle estate about 1845

Ann Ankers

82

31

People who count
5: Gwyddelwern (2)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

83

11

Monumental Inscriptions

Epitaph Sir Hugh Homersley 1636

Jeffrey Homersley

83

14

Flint beginnings and Salford endings

Tracing O'Neil family in 1800s and 1900s

Eric O'Neil

83

15

A cautionary tale

The danger of loose or leaning headstones being incorrectly replaced

John Murray

83

19

A Welsh wedding

A daughters wedding in 2004 in Ruthin for family from Australia

Bronwyn Zrna

83

20

Robert Parry 1825-1892

As title

John Hughes

83

22

From Wales to Wood River

Entries from the book of the same name. Clwyd emigrants to Canada early 1900s

Miriam Roberts

83

28

Patronymic Paranoia

Also in issue 50. The mysteries of the old Welsh system of personal names

Dafydd Hayes

83

30

William Homersley

As title. Late 1800s

Jeffrey Homersley

83

36

People who count
6: Gwyddelwern (3)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

84

18

My Runaway family

Following the Burgess and Wilson family in north Wales and Scotland in 1800s

Judith Payne

84

22

Unexpected findings

A graveyard visit in Penley/Hanmer provide leads to Vaughan and Price family

Miriam Roberts

84

28

Sally Jones’ postcards

As title. Early 1900s

Bryan Roberts

84

31

Building Blocks to the past - Part 13: The Edwards and "The Ladies"

As title. Llangollen

John Hughes

84

33

The remarkable preservation of Ann Parry’s body

The story of arsenic poisoning in the 1700s - near Denbigh

Dr. A. M. Evans &
Dr. N. D. M. Evans

84

39

Buried in wool

As title

Canon Sally Brush

85

12

People who count
7: Corwen (1)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

85

14

Forging Links

Remembering his grandfather and maternal g-grandfather

Barry Hughes

85

18

Richard Ingleby of Springfield

As title - late 1700 early 1800 Flintshire and lead mining

Paul Evans

85

19

Revd. William James Hamer

1909-1960

Colin Parry

85

24

A Welsh sea shanty

As title

Maggi Blythin

85

25

Coopers in Llangollen

As title -1700s

Angharad Rhys Williams

85

27

The American branch

As title - Jones Family. 1800/1900

Einir G Jones

85

28

A little ditty

18th century by Bishop of Lichfield

Margaret G Jones

85

31

Building blocks to the past - Part 14: Hugh the Miller

As title 1600/1700 in Chirk and Llangollen area

John Hughes

85

45

Social conditions in Denbighshire and Flintshire in the 1840s

As title

Ray Masters

85

48

Family History - Local History - or Both

Owens - Clockmakers of Llanrwst 1700s

Bob Lundy

85

52

A poet remembered on a Tanat valley farm

Robert Ellis 1800s

Rhoswen Charles

86

1

We're related to the Bardd Nantglyn, you know

Robert Davies, poet
1769 - 1835

Emrys Williams

86

19

Building blocks to the past - Part 15: John the Cooper

As title - 1700/1800. Chirk/Llangollen

John Hughes

86

21

Turnors from Stafford to Denbigh

Tracing the family from late-1600s to 1800s

Dewi Evans

86

24

People who count
8: Corwen (2)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

86

27

Cousin Charlie

2nd World War. Sergeant Charles George Williams

Alan Williams

86

30

A Williams Family

As title. Upper Kinnerton from mid-1800s onwards

Jeffrey Homersley

86

34

Was your Welsh ancestor a Freemason?

As title - Explanation of the tradition

Larry Sharrock

86

35

My Kerfoot family

Living in Lancashire from the late 1700s

Margaret Jones

86

40

Footsteps to the past

A brief look at the collieries in the Wrexham area

Keith Nurse

86

52

Alleged railway outrage - Attempt to throw a train into the Dee

GWR. 11th April 1906. Near Llangollen

Geoffrey Crump

87

15

People who count
8: Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr (1)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

87

19

Volunteering for Clwyd FHS takes you to places where you've never been before

The enjoyable experience of being a member of the committee

Janette Lyon

87

22

Mr Whitley of Rhyd

As title 1600/1700

Margaret I. G. Logan

87

25

Penarth slate mine

Part one - Owners and Managers of the mine plus financial issues

Valmai Webb

87

26

This old house - The Warren, Broughton

The Davies families that occupied the house in the 1800s to early 1900 and were wheelwrights

Natalia A McKenzie

87

31

Building blocks to the past - Part 16: Recollections of childhood

Of John Hughes 1802-1884 from his memoirs

John Hughes

87

35

Henry Taylor F.S.A.

1845-1927. An obituary for former Town Clerk of Flint, Lawyer and Historian

Peter Metcalfe

87

39

Woes, Woes and more Woes. Is there light at the end of the tunnel

The trials of research

Alun Rawson Williams

87

43

Old photographs come to light

Tracing Owen John Jones in New Zealand and his descendants. Making use of e-mail to other members

Miriam Roberts

87

44

A community archive project. A great adventure

Creating the Rhyl community archive mainly photographs 1850 onwards

Ruth Pritchard

88

20

Penarth slate mine

Part two. Previous entry issue 87

Valmai Webb

88

22

People who count
9: Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr (2)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

88

26

The ancient order of Purbreck marblers and stonecutters

Reprinted Articles of Agreement from 1651

Edward Morgan

88

28

A tale of three continents

Tracing the Ellis family from 1700-1900 with the help of distant relatives, including a family tree.

Miles Ellis

88

31

A family Bible - a detective story

Based in the 1800s in Llandrillo yn Rhos. The Bible name two owners John Roberts and Thomas Evans

Valerie Wilson-Hooper

88

36

Thomas Totty, R. N. , A Flintshire Admiral - Part 1

As title. 1700s. Charting a famous career

Paul Evans

88

39

Childhood memories of my Grandfather

Remembering Thomas parry 1887-1958 who lived in Greenfield

Colin Parry

88

59

Thomas Totty, R. N.,
A Flintshire Admiral - Part 2

As title. Into the 1800s charting a famous career

Paul Evans

89

10

Hen Nain. (whose photograph is in the National Library Aberystwyth)

Memories of Maria Hughes nee Williams from Ruthin and later Widnes 1800s

Emrys Williams

89

15

A couple of shillings away from the precipice of pauperdom

Random reflections on the life and times of Emlyn Williams actor/playwright 1900s

Keith Nurse

89

18

The Matthews family of Wrexham and Llangollen

As title. During 1800s

David Taylor

89

21

People who count
10: Llanelidan

As title

Hafina Clwyd

89

23

A problem, the unexplained and a coincidence

Researching Jane Alice Ellis, near Wrexham but no birth certificate found

Arthur Hodgkinson

89

27

Hynodion Hen Bregethwyr Cymru -
"lesu Grist" yn y White Lion

In Welsh [Peculiarities of old Welsh preachers (published in 1800s)]. Llansilin

Hefin Thomas

89

29

 

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