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A list of articles appearing in Hel Achau: Nos. 31 - 40

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

Hughes - Glynceiriog

Response to article in Issue 22. From Edward Hughes. Mid 1700s to mid 1800s

Angela M Downs

31

4

The Third Fleet Convicts. Late 1700s

To Australia. Details of ships and convicts from Cheshire, Denbighshire & Flintshire

Anne Pearman

31

11

Chunk of Wales is quietly annexed by the English

Western Mail article 31/3/1990

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31

16

Experiences of an Enumerator

As title

Sybil & Tom Hodges

31

17

William Davis, schoolmaster and author

Ruthin area mostly 1700/1800

Katherine R Daniels (nee Davis)

31

19

They Committed Matrimony

Significant dates in service married bliss. Detailed notes of the talk given to Clwyd FHS

Col. Noel St. J. Williams

31

24

Lost and Found : One large Family

David Griffith 1800-1894 was an Archdruid Clwydfardd. Abergele. Includes his will

David Griffith

31

28

Teulu Bryntangor

1911. Hugh & Mary Hughes. Includes photographs and family tree from early 1800s[Bilingual].

Hafina Clwyd

32

3

The Photo Album

An exercise in investigative family history

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

32

7

I'm a Proffit ... or a Prophet?

Looking back to 1300/1400 for the surname

A E Proffit

32

13

Thomas Proffit of Gronant

1714-1768

A E Proffit

32

21

Pauper Apprentices at Holywell

As title. 1790

 

32

24

A Welsh Tea Party

Many details about the Bowen family of Cefn Mawr, starting with John, born 1804

Betty Wolff-Vorbeck & Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

33

3

Did your ancestor live in Chester Diocese 1545-1858?

Details of extensive indexes about Wills proved in Chester, includes names of Welsh wills

Stewart Blackwell

33

6

Where have all the Joneses (and the Parrys) gone?

A search in Flintshire. Mid 1800s and a family tree

Brian Jones

33

9

Catholic burials at Holywell in the early 19th century

As title - with a list of names

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

33

12

"Fy anwul chwaeir'"(sic) - ' a family letter

As title – written by John Jones, age 13, in 1828 living at Henllan

Lillian Lumley

33

14

Sarah's Brooch

A mourning brooch. Involved the Day family 1800s

Rosemary Timms

33

16

Patagonia - Y Wladfa Gymreig

A fragment of history that appeared in 1875 and a record of BMD in the first 10 years of the colony

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

33

19

Cofio Cantorion - The Welsh Imperial singers

As title - 1927

Alun Trevor

33

21

Female Will-Power

The Will of Elizabeth Higgins, spinster of Llanerchrugog, Ruabon, 1805 and the names of 107 beneficiaries

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

33

22

An illegitimate sub-culture. Further evidence

Mid 1800s. Edwards family. Ruthin

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

33

23

To Ruthin Gaol - by Horse and Cart

List of prisoners 1824 held at Ruthin

Mrs D Elwern Jones

33

25

Who was Owen Rhoscomyl?

Was he Robert Scourfield Mills of Tremeirchion or from Southport? His later adopted name was Arthur Owen Vaughan

David Littler Jones

34

3

Ble'r oedd Gwilym Hiraethog?

Appraisal of 1881 census Edeirnion area [In Welsh]

Hafina Clwyd

34

5

The murderer who put Clwyd on the map

Late 1800s. Samuel Herbert Dougal and the Moat farm mystery

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

34

6

The discovery of Aunt Ann

Tracing Martha Ann Pickin. 1800s

Sylvia Kendrick

34

9

The Powell family of East Clwyd

As title

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

34

13

Dirgelwch fy Hen-Hen-Nain

Gwen Davies, Cerrig y Drudion. Mid 1800s.  [In Welsh]

Geneirys Jones

34

14

A Quaker Resurrection

Two gravestones from Plas Eva Trefor and information about Quakers in 1700s

Louis Longford & Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

34

15

A Driver's Tale

Margaret Edwards, born 1898. Her own story of being an Army driver in WW1

Margaret Edwards & Edna Hirst

35

11

Was your ancestor an Ale-Draper or Innhoulder?

Detailed report includes a list from 1823 of Wrexham Inns and Innkeepers plus a Pigot's Directory 1822 of Wrexham taverns

Stewart Blackwell

35

24

The Tilston family of Llay Smithy

As title. Part one 1661-1704

Jeremy Tilston

36

2

The Nuttall family

Flintshire 1700/1900. Includes family tree and references in the CRO

Bryn Ellis

36

8

Family planning in the 18th century

Account centres around William Jones, Farrier in Brynglas

Arthur H Jones

36

14

Patronymic Paranoia

As title. A lengthy explanation

Dafydd Hayes

36

22

Bodfari Parish Registers

A Diamond of the Diocese. A brief description of Volume 1 - 1571-1791

Edna Cocking

37

2

Cover story

Overton Parish Church and its history from the 12th century

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

37

4

Hands across the ocean via a little Welsh Bible

Richard Hughes emigrated to USA with family about 1891. His ancestors names were Cadwalader and Hughes, Parc, Clocaenog

D Elwern Jones

37

8

Was one of your ancestors in the Chester Union Workhouse in 1881?

A list of over twenty with ages and home locations

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37

12

The Tilston family of Llay Smithy

Part two 1704-1842. Family tree & Tithe map

Jeremy Tilston

37

13

Wynne family of Llangollen

As title. From early 1800.

Norman Home

37

20

The Redfern family of Halkyn

From 1730 onwards. Copy of George Redferns Will, 1756 and a goods inventory

Bryn Ellis

37

25

The Coffee Evening Bible

William Roberts, shoemaker, Cerrig y Drudion 1841with census details from research

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

38

4

Dear Editors

Follow up to Nuttall family in Halkyn in 1800s

Bryn Ellis

38

8

More Welsh Wills proved in the Archdeaconry of Chester

1821-1825. About 100 entries in alphabetical order. 1831-1833 another 50. 1834 – 1837 another 80

Stewart Blackwell

38

10

Did they elope - or go home to Mum?

John Griffiths married Jane Owen 1810 in Llanrwst

Margery Griffiths

38

14

Ancestor hunting, the Welsh variation

Tracing the Blything family from Hanmer in the mid 1800s

Ruth Owens

38

19

Letters from the Rigbys of Hawarden

As title. Written 1839

Rosemary Timms

38

27

Victoria School Wrexham - War Memorial WW1

The 'old boys' who gave their lives- about 100 names from many regiments

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39

3

The Tilston family of Llay Smithy

Part 3 – 1840-1991

Jeremy Tilston

39

8

Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]

1. Llangwm about 1880 [In Welsh]

Hafina Clwyd

39

11

Cover story

Parish Church Llanrhaidr ym Mochnant

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

39

17

Welsh Valour

A record of Welsh born emigrants awarded the Congressional Medal of Honour in actions between 1862 and 1874. Nine in total.

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39

20

The Eight-Year-Old “Twoyearold” Question

Details of the unusual surname in the Holt and Isycoed area in the 1700s

Eileen Lee

39

26

Gin, Horses and Such

1784. George Wainwright, Blacksmith Pentrobin, Hawarden

Edna Cocking

40

3

Cover story

Old Parish Church in Flint

Bill Wynn-Woodhouse

40

8

War Memorial Inconsistencies

Concerning names of military who died in WW1 inscribed on more than one memorial

Fred Roberts

40

9

Capel y Llwyn, Dyffryn Ceiriog

As title, includes a register of 50 names

Robert Owen Jones

40

16

Family Bible shows the way and Mongolian ancestors

About Emily White nee Morris born about 1847 in East Indies

W H Parsonage

40

22

John Nuttall (Ioan Callestr)

Born 1822, Ysceifiog

Alun Trevor

40

23

Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]

2. Gwyddelwern in the 1881 Census [In Welsh]

Hafina Clwyd

40

26

It is not what I expected!

The Morris family mid 1800s and the census inaccuracies

Edgar Morris

40

29

Bark(er)ing up the wrong tree?

Barker family, 1700 & 1800s, Halkyn and St. Asaph

Bryn Ellis

40

32

 

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