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Hel Achau

A list of articles appearing in Hel Achau: Nos. 96 - 100

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
Treasures past and present Or keeping up with the Jones’ and the Davies’ and the Anwyls and........ Judith Mair 96 14
People who count 17 Bryneglwys (2) As title Hafina Clwyd 96 17
My Viking ancestors who settled in North Wales Lunt family. Originating in Ormskirk in the 1500s D. Elwern Jones 96 19
Hywel Evans - Printer Of Hel Achau Miles Ellis 96 21
The price sisters of Pen-y-cae, Denbighshire Late 1800s onwards. A farming family. Lyn Toque Morris 96 23
A cautionary tale or A John Griffiths too many Late 1800s. The trials of research. Takes place in Tryddyn A R Griffiths 96 26
The strangest things sometimes happen The Kyffin family. 1800s. Near Abergele, later Co. Durham and USA Tony Kyffin 96 28
Talk of coincidences A chance remark brought a link between the Hughes families in Llandegla and West Sussex K D Hughes 96 31
Ancient terms Welsh used in the past which denoted land divisions Miriam Roberts 97 7
Lleweni and the Lunt family connection Historic mansion near Denbigh. Salusbury family from 1300s D. Elwern Jones 97 9
Robert Parry 1833-1891. Herbalist in the Ffrith who was the original "Doctor Gwlad" Tom Jones 97 11
People who count 18 Llangynhafal As title Hafina Clwyd 97 14
The Prices of Erbistock Linked to the Erbistock Mill. Family tree plus items to do with Gresford Mill Miriam Roberts 97 24
Jacks War (Part 1) Detailed description of Jack Jones (also known as Jack Lea) WW2 experience John Oliver Jones 97 29
Seeking male Phillips for DNA surname project As title Editor 97 45
My son the Hollywood star The story of Herbert Mundin famed for his role as "Much the Millers son" in Robin Hood (the Errol Flynn version) Peter Redfern Metcalfe 97 49
Two letters from America As title. A search for a "Davies" connection that became a transatlantic affair Hugh Dalton 98 11
People who count. 19 Cyffylliog As title. A village outside Ruthin Hafina Clwyd 98 14
Life in Starkey Lane, Northop and Flint Mountain 1914-1936 From the diaries of Rev. J.A.M. Sheal (with special reference to the Carter family) P. Bryson Jones 98 17
An Oxfordshire link with Denbighshire Edwin Williams b. 1878, Gwersyllt. Moved to work on the railway near Banbury Edna Barker 98 27
Interesting household at Plas Draw in 1891 The Fitzpatrick children who grew up and mixed with royalty William Ellis 98 28
Jack’s War (Part 2) As title. Leading to the posting to the Western Desert, Libya and El Alamein J.O.Jones 98 29
The restoration of the plaque on the Baron Price almshouses, Cerrigydrudion As title Dr Sally Brush 98 39
The Artists Rifles association Artists Rifles regiment during the 2nd Boer war and WW1 Mike Powell 98 43
Odd spot M.l.s Rock carving, Hooson, Llanbedr DC. Gravestone in New Zealand, Evans, Llanrwst Lynn Evans Heulwen Roberts 98 52
Hypnotising hens A vivid description of how this method kept hens still whilst being beheaded Margaret Williams 99 7
Peleg Ishmael Jones 1840- 1909 b. Bagillt - how he made his wealth and became an important figure in Wrexham Michael Jenkins 99 10
Our ancestors Looking at when the Homersley name first appeared in the 1300s to present day Jeffrey Homersley 99 13
John Bradshaw. Deputy Chief Constable of Denbighshire 1811 - 1886. In post 1847- 1877. Lived in Llanrwst, Denbigh and Wrexham Deborah Smith 99 16
The greatest Canadian geographer. David Thompson Born to Welsh parents 1770- 1857. Mapped 1.7 million sq. miles of Canada and American West Miriam Roberts 99 19
Llinach Deuluol Mam David Ellis, Penyfed As title Angharad Rhys Williams 99 23
Jack’s War (Part 3) As title. Tripoli, El Alamein and Italy through to his demob J.A. Jones 99 31
Parry puzzle follow up As title Miriam Roberts 99 40
The Prices of Erbistock (corrections) As title Graham Price 99 44
Counting the people of Clwyd 20. Llangollen (1) As title Hafina Clwyd 99 47
Pierce family history Starting with the marriage of Thomas Pierce and Ann Jones in Henllan 1880 Ann Gould 99 49
Cecil Bernard Thomas B 1919. Wrexham. Story of his life in the Royal Navy - WW2 Joy Thomas 100 7
The night they bombed a mountain Bombing of Minera mountain in August 1940 Keith Nurse 100 11
A death on Armistice day James Tod 1891 -1918 As title Ann Ankers 100 15
The boys from the Old Swan (Part 1) Story of Harry and John Brown. WW1 In Egypt and Palestine Royal Welch and Denbighshire Yeomanry Ceris Schrader 100 18
The Royal Chelsea hospital and the Ancient British Fencible Cavalry Army medical discharge papers of 21 enlisted men Dominic Byrne 100 30
Fortune and Misfortune In 1931 Hugh Evans published "Cwm Eithin" and "Y Brython" Tales of Llangwm Hefin Thomas 100 35
Counting the people of Clwyd 21. Llangollen Part 2 As title Hafina Clwyd 100 37
Two memorials to Denbighshire wartime servicemen 2nd Lt. Gwilym James RWF WW1 Fl. Sgt. Gwilym Powell Navigator WW2 Rod Priddle 100 43
Coedpoeth War Memorial As title. WW1 and WW2. Names listed Editor 100 44
Engineer Captain C.G. Taylor MVO, RN 1863- 1915 As title. Born Ruabon, played rugby for Wales and illustrious naval career Robert Mullock -Morgans 100 47
Vic Dorman and the Goldfish club Spitfire pilot from Coedpoeth, shot down, then POW 100 52
Memories of evacuees Personal account in Mold area and then Clocaenog, Ruthin Alan Williams 100 53
Who said our ancestors didn’t travel very far? Cumberland marriages late 1700s. Five grooms from Denbs. Janette Lyon 100 55


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