A list of articles appearing in Hel Achau: Nos. 11 - 20
This is not a comprehensive index as such, rather it is more a list of articles which have been in the journal.
|Pedwar Hen Daid||John Jones, Nantclwyd; Hugh Roberts; Hugh Hughes, Corwen & John Jones, Llangollen Mid-1800s. (In Welsh).||Hafina Clwyd||11||3|
|The family of Jones of Denbigh||As title. Mid-1800s. Very detailed account
starting with James Robert Jones. With a family tree.
|C E Glynne Jones||11||5|
|Oh Shenandoah I love your ...
||Luke Bower of Cefn emigrated in 1800s.||Mrs. E S Wolff-Yorbeck||11||14|
|We, the petitioners||Ratepayers in Holt, 1844 & an issue of Policing. List of petitioners.||Peter Chadwick||11||16|
|Down and out in Denbigh town||Vagrants list who applied for a night in the cells. Extract 1871-77.||R M Owen||11||19|
|Who was Mary Pomfrey?||As title. Mid-1800s.||Kathleen Bell||11||21|
|Christionidd Kenrick, Ruabon||Late 17th century. Original conveyance document.||-||11||30|
|A matrimonial problem||A 17th century riddle.||Pat Twiss||11||31|
|The Welsh in Liverpool||Additional details of many books and records.||Anita M Thomas||12||3|
|Time and tide at Conway||18th century list of perhaps your ancestor that “got lost”. Many burials.||A H Jones||12||4|
|Trial of John Twiss, the Moonlighter||1894, a killing in County Kerry.||Pat Twiss||12||8|
|Daniel Owen, the novelist - family history||As title. From late-1700s. Their links to Edwards family.||Stewart Blackwell||12||18|
|Questions of the ancestry of William Williams||As title - mid 1700s onwards.||Patrick C Young||12||25|
|Welsh folk in the 1851 Frodsham census||As title.||A Rawson -Williams||12||28|
|Keeping it in the family||A memorandum of Peter Roberts of St. Asaph in 1624.||Dafydd Hayes||12||30|
|A tour of North Wales 1793||How Lt. Tremenheere met Fanny Apperley
|A W Tremenheere||12||32|
|Welsh colonists in darkest Yorkshire||Evan Parry from Whitford, 1884. Went to Carlton, West Riding as pit manager.||Mary Parry||13||7|
|Hearth tax assessment for Isaled Commote 1662||List of names in Denbighshire area.||William A Morris||13||9|
|A tour of North Wales||Continuing journal from Issue 12.||Wynn Tremenheere||13||13|
|Aunt Edith in the log book||Ewloe Green. Late 1800s. School notes about Edith Jones.||Edna Cocking||13||18|
|The Yeomanry of Denbighshire||List continued from issue 9-11.
List of Officers in late-1890s.
|W Alister Williams||13||19|
|Indexing the 1841 census Gwaunysgor||As title. 8 pages of information.||Allan John Witham||13||26|
|A tour of North Wales, July 1794||As title. A continuation.||Wynn Tremenheere||14||3|
|Friends and Relatives – A Quaker ancestry||The Thomas family in Gwyddelwern, Corwen. Starting with Cadwalader Thomas in late-1700s.||Mrs D Elwern Jones
|Searching for your Pennsylvanian ancestry
||State library guidance notes. Over 6 pages.||-||14||17|
|A Wrexham miscellany||As title. Early 1900s. Hughes and Southern
family plus family tree.
|Betty C Hughes||14||23|
|A meeting and death on the battlefield||Private John Fennah WW1.||H Reynolds||14||25|
|Edward of Llandaff||Edward Copleston 1776-1849, Bishop of Llandaff.||Wallis Copleston||14||28|
|The pupil teacher||Minnie Fennah, 1901-28, Hawarden.||W Reynolds||14||29|
|Rhyl County School||The first headmaster, William Augustus Lewis,1865-1937.||Mrs. D Elwern Jones||14||30|
|The family of Prophet
||Alternative spelling of name. Details of John Profit, 1800-59.||Dorothy Profit Young||15||5|
|Richard Pennant, 1st Baron of County Lough 1700s
||Movement between Denbighshire and Jamaica.||E R Foulkes||15||8|
|Descendants of Philip Henry Puritan Divine
|A tour of North Wales||Continuation, July 1794.||Wynn Tremenheere||15||15|
|Some Welshmen in Victoria, Australia||1888 - A list of 82 Welshmen.||Bronwyn Zrna||15||19|
|Stanley’s father, I presume?||St Dyfnog’s Church. Llanrhaeadr-yng-Nghinmeirch. Many names including Henry Morton Stanley.||Bob Owen||15||23|
|The Association Oath Rolls of 1695/6||As title.||Peter Chadwick||15||28|
|Elizabeth Parry and H M Stanley Larson||An extra ordinary woman and an extra ordinary man, Denbigh 1800s.||Bill Wynne Woodhouse||15||35|
|Sabina – A pensioned nun||Sabina Copleston, 1500s.||T W Copleston||15||45|
|A tour of North Wales||As title. A continuation.||Wynn Tremenheere||16||6|
|The odd spot, the family fortune and the Brandy merchant||Family tree of Robert Jones and details 1700/1800.||Trevor Aldrich||16||13|
|The richest hill on earth||The Fennah family of Hawarden. Early 1900s and copper mining in USA.||Gail E Shea &
|The 19th and early 20th century Chester photographers
||As title. About 30 listed, with dates of operation and addresses.||Mr & Mrs A Edwards||16||21|
|The notorious poacher, the bachelor father, the schemers, teetotallers and the red headed men of Henllan, by Rev. Briscoe||135 entries about local people and their Church preference 1839.
||Bill Wynne Woodhouse||16||24|
|Fly leaf gleanings from Llanfairtalhaiarn||Various BMD entries for 1824/25.||H S Chapman||16||30|
|Tremeirchion||Local history by Rev. Sally Brush, Jenny Rowley Williams & D L Jones.||-||17||2|
|Thomas Edwards - Twm o’r Nant, a family interlude
||As title. The famed poet 1700/18. Llannefydd area, plus family tree.||Bill Wynne Woodhouse||17||4|
|Rhuddlan registers||Names listed for 1694/1704/1714.||Naomi J Hughes||17||5|
|Where there’s a will, there’s a way
||Richard Copleston’s will 1617.||T W Copleston||18||5|
|William Roberts “Nefydd”||As title. 1813-1872, Llanefydd and a family tree.||Mrs D E Jones||18||7|
|Giants of the past||Alfred Neobard Palmer, 1847–1915.
Historian and genealogist.
|Population and starvation in Tudor Clwyd||As title.||Bill Wynne Woodhouse||18||10|
|Transported to Australia||Sarah Evans (Abergele) & Grace Jones (Wrexham). Trial in Ruthin in 1786.||Bill Wynne Woodhouse||18||17|
|A unique memorial in Keetra’s Chapel cemetery
||The Catherall family in Buckley.
|The trowel and the robe||Memorabilia as focal point to research.||Bill Wynne Woodhouse||19||8|
|Ioan Jones, Ruthin||1807–1883. An eyewitness account of his times.||Trevor A Aldrich||19||10|
|Grandma was a seaman||Margaret Evans, born Holywell, 1847, married Peter Davies.||Maurice Davies||19||12|
|Saved from a bonfire||A handwritten diary of local events, in the late-1800s, in Brymbo, Brynmally & Brynteg.||Mrs Elsie Rogers||19||17|
|Where was George on census night?
||George Slawson, Llangollen, 1881.||Mrs. Mary Hughes||20||2|
|Richard of Woodland, 1500s
||As title.||T W Copleston||20||3|
|The descendant of a Bible translator in the workhouse
||The pedigree of Rev Arthur Jones, a descendant of Bishop William Morgan, who translated the Bible into Welsh.||Mrs. D Elwern Jones & Bill Wynne Woodhouse||20||5|
|Newspaper indexes||Nov 1859. 'Prescot Reporter'. 5 pages of names.||Chris Furmstone||20||9|
|Mwstwr mystery||Tracing Mwstwr, near Corwen, and details of the Jones family, 1600/1700.||Arthur H Jones||20||17|
|-||The “Rebecca” mobs of 1840.||Bill Wynne Woodhouse||20||19|
|Saints for ancestors||A source of information on Calvinistic – Methodist forbears. Many names.||E S Chapman||20||23|
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