Nos. 101 - 110

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A list of articles appearing in Hel Achau: Nos. 101 - 110

Compiled by Tony Davies

This is not a comprehensive index as such, rather it is more a list of articles which have been in the journal.

Title

Description

Author

No.

Page

Captain John Burganey of the Ancient British Fencible Cavalry.

As title. 1775-1798 born in Pulford

Dominic Byrne
Gaenor Chaloner

101

13

Mother's War.

As title. WW2. Manchester area

Ron Davies

101

16

The story of the photographic Index- now on line.

As title

Editor

101

18

What's in a name?: Burchinshaw.

The story of family settling in Denbigh area 1200-1300 and different spelling of surname

Jennifer Cowley (nee Burchinshaw)

101

20

Nurses in past times.

Florence May Nurse (nee Cartwright) and a career from mid 1920s in Denbigh

Keith Nurse

101

22

The Town Crier's Bell.

Recasting a cracked bell by blacksmith Benjamin Powell Evans in Ruthin 1800s.

Margaret Williams

101

24

Memories of wartime.

As title- WW2 personal account. Living near Wrexham Barracks

Rose Whitehall Jones (nee Young)

101

25

The boys from the Old Swan Part 2.

WW1 - William Brown - detailed story of war in France- life in Canada after war

Ceris Schrader(nee Nason)

101

26

Counting the people of Clwyd 22. Llanynys (Part 1)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

101

39

More on Coedpoeth War Memorial.

As title plus biographies and photo of 2nd Lt. Gwilym James and Fl. Sgt. Gwilym Powell.

Annette Edwards

101

42

A Welshman amongst the Indians in Wyoming

Rev. John Roberts 1853-1949 born near Dyserth. Missionary in USA late 1800s.

Heulwen Jones

101

44

Samuel Higgins

Mariner. Died 1707 Holt. The charitable endowments made in his will.

Vic Cliffe

101

48

Holywell's important link to Manchester University

Owen Owens b.c. 1760s Left Holywell for Manchester. By 1815 had a large business.

Hefin Thomas

101

50

Census returns 1801-1901

With considerable detail about each one. It was the basis of a talk to Clwyd FHS.

Peter Chadwick

102

8

Fortune and misfortune

Fortune is about Peter Foulkes, Llangwm, late 1700s. Misfortune, Griffith Jones "Guto Jack" early 1800s USA.

 

102

16

Flintshire Agricultural Show 1834

Mold. Prize winners in farming and for men raising large family without relief.

 

102

17

War is a mucky business

Wartime in Liverpool. Enlisting and a troopship to India via the Cape.

Mr. H Fraser

102

18

Mining in the genes

As title - a scientific report.

Andrew Grierson & Bob Johnston

102

24

Roberts family reunion 2009

As title - Cilcain village hall.

Ray Roberts

102

26

More on Minera moors

Regarding bombing in WW2.

Rita Burtch

102

28

A letter from Alberta, Canada to Wales

From Robert (Bob) John Roberts in 1933 to his brother Bill in Wales.

Miriam Roberts

102

29

The death of Lewis Evans

Ruthin 1897, a tragic death aged 62 and his son who was "on the run" at the time.

Margaret Williams

102

34

The revenge of a father

Hugh Jones 1822-1862 farmer, Llangollen and his later family movements.

Gwenda Jones Williams

102

35

Double marriages

Instances where this has happened with possible explanations.

Michael E Williams

102

39

Joseph Jukes and Christadella Foulkes

Another explanation of double marriage with transatlantic connection.

P T Trehearn

102

42

A Private named Fred

Fred Nurse, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Killed 1916 in France.

Keith Nurse

102

44

My war, my friends and me

Personal account of WW2. From apprentice clerk to Adjutant RAF Regiment.

Jeffrey Homersley

102

47

Counting the people of Clwyd 23. Llanynys Part 2

As title.

Hafina Clwyd

102

50

Baron Price of Cerrigydrudion

1655-1732. He built the Almshouses in Cerrigydrudion (see issue 98).

 

103

7

Welsh Patagonians and Canada

Includes a passenger list of the "Numidian" that left Liverpool in 1902.

Editor

103

12

Counting the people of Clwyd 24. Llanynys (Part 3)

As title

Hafina Clwyd

103

18

Flintshire Agricultural Show 1834

Further details from item in issue 102 .

Rose Whitehall Jones

103

20

Some thoughts

Personal story of starting work in Rhyl 1938.

Norman Blackwell

103

23

The Cleric, the Captain and a tale of two sisters (Keeping it in the family).

The cleric Thomas Ellis Thomas b1834 Anglesey, the Captain Thomas Andrew b1838 Connahs Quay. Married the sisters.

Annette Edwards

103

26

The Lancashire Hussars at Rhyl

1908 and a newspaper story chronicling their many and varied activities.

A.Pritchard

103

30

To Van Dieman's land, Tasmania - and back.

Concerns herbalist recommendations and a publication from 1817

D.Elwern Jones

103

33

From Ruthin to the Australian goldfields

Robert Humphreys married Mary Ann Jones in Ruthin 1851. Left in 1852.

Margaret Humphhreys

103

34

The real Rhos-ite or the story of coal

Research on families in Rhos from the late 1800s. Linking Lloyd and Tunnah names.

Julie Harrison

103

38

A letter to Paris

From March 1818 from Samuel Edenborough to his 13 year old son (see issue92).

Valmai Webb

104

8

A tale of two brothers

Alfred Bright Williams b.1877 Liverpool. John Cobden Williams b.1865 Denbigh.

Julian Williams

104

10

Counting the people of Clwyd 25. Llanfwrog (Part 1)

As title

Hafina Clwyd Coppack

104

14

It is surprising what the census can reveal

As title - 1891/1901- Family Hatton and Birch.

Arthur Hodgkinson

104

16

Treasures past and present. Searching for John Jones

Farmer - Fron Wen - kept a record listed in National Library Aberystwyth. 1845 - 1868 memorandum book.

Judith Mair

104

17

Wood, wood, glorious wood!

The smell of wood and admiration of the carpenters skill.

Alida Jones

104

31

A mother's role

A poem.

John Howell Roberts

104

32

Lost houses in and about Wrexham

As title.

John Howell Roberts

104

33

The quest for Emlyn

Emlyn Phillips b. 1904 Rhos. d.1947 Rhos. Lived in Michigan in 1929.

Hazel Pritchard

104

36

Flintshire roots in Pontybodkin, Leeswood.

As title. 3 brothers Moses, Richard and Aaron Roberts. Late 1700s onwards.

Angharad Rhys Williams

104

48

From Wrexham to Fromelles(a boy soldiers short life)

Private Samuel Augustus Stewart Thomas 1899-1916.

Colin Blackwell

104

54

The benefits of writing articles on research findings

As title.

Miriam Roberts

105

11

Emma Fox (nee Smedley) formerly Roose 1835 - 1910

As title - born in Henllan

Meriel Overton

105

13

Counting the people of Clwyd 26. Llanfwrog (Part 2)

As title.

Hafina Clwyd

105

16

Found drowned in Mostyn dock 1884

Richard Jones. Report from Flintshire Observer.

Irene Brightmer

105

19

The steel houses

Edwards family. Bryn Hedd. After WW2.

Kenneth Edwards

105

22

Chelsea Pensioner's British Army service records. Online, Find my past.co.uk

As title

Roger Lewry, Archives liaison

105

26

Who do we think we are?

Recalling early childhood

 

105

33

What price reputation?

Movement and influences of Welsh people in the Manchester area.

Ron Davies

105

35

War memorial, Garden of remembrance, Coast Road Rhyl

List of names, Boer war, Falklands ,WW1 and 2, Ireland and Iraq.

 

105

36

Explosive past for the miners pit of pride

Brynmally Colliery, Broughton near Wrexham.

John Howell Roberts

105

41

A census for 1939

From National Registration Act, but is expensive.

Geoffrey T Stone

105

43

The mystery of the old sea chest

Or its contents. John Williams b 1836 Mold. A brief seafaring experience.

Alan Williams

105

54

Memories of a partially sighted miner

A poem.

John Howell Roberts

105

55

Religious freedom, anti-slavery and worker's rights-UK pioneers of freedom

Now on line.

Beryl Evans, FFHS Archives Liaison

105

59

Blackpark colliery, Chirk

Indenture 1829. 40 pages showing people who occupied land in Chirk area.

Editor

106

6

The William and John Jones Convalescent home, Minera, Wrexham

As title.

Julie Harrison

106

12

The Burton family at Horsley Hall

As title. From early 1800s.

Ian C. Bithell

106

16

Pentrebychan Hall

As title.

Loraine Smith

106

22

Rhiwddolion and Griffith H Jones "Gutyn Arfon"

1849 - 1919

Trefor Jones

106

25

Neli Lewis of Rhyl

As title.1800s. Translated extract from Rev Abel Parry. (Welsh version on page 29)

Hefin Thomas

106

28

Isaac Allen a World War 1 hero

As title. Born Wrexham. In RWF.

Mrs Norma Lovery

106

30

Some memories of WW1

As title

John Howell Roberts

106

31

Caffertys

Irish pub called Welsh Harp in Wrexham run by the Caffertys from mid 1800s.

Annette Edwards

106

32

Access to the Canadian census Australian B,M,D, indexes

As title.

Roger Lewry

106

36/39

Jewish family history research

Database expands.

 

106

46

Counting the people of Clwyd 27 Ruthin (Part 1)

As title.

Hafina Clwyd

106

47

Llysfaen war memorial

As title.

Irene Brightmer

106

54

Tafodiaith Sir Ddimbech. Denbighshire's dialect

A translation of many Welsh words and phrases with dialect variances.

Lona Jones

106

56

Arms across the sea

A chance meeting.

Miriam Roberts

106

60

The murder of Mary Malpas

Double deaths in 1835. Doddington Hall Cheshire. Suspect Thomas Bagguley.

Phil Coops

107

7

St Grwst, Llanrwst war memorial

As title WW1 and WW2.

Margaret G. Jones

107

8

19th and 20th century history of the working classes.

Reflected in the history of the male line of the Hughes family from Bagillt.

Val Griffiths

107

10

The mystery of Hannah Bartley

Late 1800s/early 1900s. Locating the family grave in Ffroncysyllte without solving the mystery.

Alun Salisbury

107

17

The Reverend Abel Jones Parry, D.D. Rhyl

Details from his autobiography. Early 1800s.

David Mawdsley

107

27

Some press cuttings from Llansannan burial book

1880s.

W. Ivor Davies

107

32

Counting the people of Clwyd 28. Ruthin (Part 2)

As title.

Hafina Clwyd

107

35

Bwlchgwyn War Memorial

WW1 and WW2

Hilary Belton

107

42

The long,long search for David Brown.

As title - 1st half of 1800s, mostly in Holt and linked to Wilcoxon family.

 

108

7

Round and Round the Table

A very detailed account of the foods that were stored, cooked and tasted in Buckley in the 1940s.

 

108

10

Counting the people of Clwyd.

29. Ruthin Part 3.

Hafina Clwyd

108

16

Broughton House, Worthenbury.

Restoration of building which is part of Broughton Hall Estate.

 

108

22

Central Hall, Westminster.

Background to the building which had a Historic Roll of names who donated to the 20th century fund Includes the first 3 pages on Denbigh Pentref.

 

108

24

A history of Saron Chapel, Nant, Coedpoeth.

As title.

 

108

29

Memories of Gresford Colliery.

As title.  Includes photo of 48 retired Gresford miners and one of Bradley Football club (1960s).

 

108

35

Letters to Sarah.

Article from Dumfries and Galloway FHS. Sarah Stobo came to Wrexham in 1834. Extracts of letters to her sister at that time.

 

108

38

Broughton War Memorial.

Many names covering WW1 and WW2.

 

108

42

The Wynne and Bather families of Glynceiriog.

As title - details of BMD from late 1700s to the 1800s.

 

108

45

Who do you think they are?

Photos of unidentified people in the Clwyd area.  A sample from the Editors collection. Two Wrexham schools in 1921.

 

108

53

The Miners "Hymn" "Gresford".

The words of the hymn and its regular place in the Durham Miners Gala.

 

109

16

Arthur Francis Dickin. Lost from Shropshire and found in South Africa.

As title - end of 1800s and early 1900s.

 

109

18

A broad clearing in the woods.

A history of Bradley and influence of John Wilkinson (1728-1808) in development of industry.

 

109

21

Charles Jones & Sons Ltd. Foryd Saw Mills Abergele.

Over 100 employees listed plus addresses, start and finish dates and DOB. Period 1925 - 1975.

 

109

32

An unlawful marriage.

Legal explanation of who may or may not marry when they are already related.

 

109

38

M.C. Chapel Nant.

A summary of the history of the Cause.

 

109

40

Tu Chwith.

In Welsh – about a website and magazine in Welsh.

 

109

41

Letters to Sarah.

Continuation of article in HA108.

 

109

44

Nant Chapel, Coedpoeth.

The history of the “Cause” from late 1800s, includes copies of notes, photographs and the many people involved.

 

110

9

A postcard from France.

Sent by John Brimlow in WW1 to Rhosrobin, Wrexham.

 

110

21

The affects of Non- Conformity on research in Wales.

As title.

 

110

24

Tunes from the past.

Articles in earlier issues that amazed one reader.

 

110

26

A tale of two clocks and my Glynceiriog ancestors.

One clock presented to Miss Edith Luset Field in 1949 which led to the research of the Field family through the 1800s.

 

110

27

Phillips family of Glynceiriog.

Through the 1700s / 1800s and includes a family tree.

 

110

33

St John's Churchyard Rhosllanerchrugog.

The relocation of graves with a list of those affected.

 

110

40

Letters to Sarah (3).

Continuation of correspondence.

 

110

44

Brymbo War Memorial.

A list of over 80 names from WW1 and WW2.

 

110

49

Who do you think they are?

2 photographs of a wedding in Holywell in 1892.

 

110

50

Joined up writing.

How an 8 year old boy can make an impression in the snow.

 

110

51

 

 

 

 

 

 

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