Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd Clwyd
Clwyd Family History Society
Clwyd FHS

Hel Achau

A list of articles appearing in Hel Achau: Nos. 41 - 50

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
William Charles Wynne-Woodhouse Died November 1993. His immense importance to the Society. Trevor H Aldrich 41 2
In search of my Welsh ancestors John Edwards marries Jane Roberts 1830 at Llanrhaeadr. Their subsequent family when living at Prion. 41 7
Cover story Chirk Parish Church. Nora Kevan 41 10
The Reverend John Blackwell 1798-1840 A prodigious Eisteddfod medal winner. Born in Mold, went to Oxford then a Parish in Pembrokeshire. Married Miss Matilda Dear of Holywell in 1839. J Norman Blackwell 41 17
Peter Brewer - My mystery man As title - details of Brewer family in England and Wales during 1800s. Born 1869 Dyserth. Married Elizabeth Lloyd in Penmaenmawr. Hilda Robson 41 23
Thomas Griffith Davies - my grandfather Worked at the granite quarry. Eirwyn Morgan 41 25
How lucky can you get? Tracing the Lloyd family, starting in Rossett, mid-1800s. Bill Haygarth 41 26
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
3. Llanfihangel Glyn Myfyr, 1881. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 41 28
Letters from the Rigby’s of Hawarden Written by William Rigby Snr. (1768-1842) in January and he died in March. Rosemary Timms 41 32
Transportation for sacrilege January 1841, Evan Jones tried at Flint Quarter sessions for sacrilege in Halkyn Parish Church. Sent to Tasmania. Bryn Ellis 41 34
Memories of Flint - Part one As title. Thomas Rees Jones 42 5
The frustrating search for my Thompson grandparents As title - 1800s. Hilda Robson 42 11
Coinci - Dinah Concerns Dinah Lloyd who married Morris Withers in Llanfair Talhaiarn 1784. Arthur Jones 42 19
Cover story Bryn Eglwys Parish Church. 42 20
Samplers - evidence for a family historian Four samplers made mid 1800s. Names on each are Sarah Edwards, Caerwys - Jemima Edwards, Lixwm British School - Sarah Elizabeth Edwards, Rhes y Cae and Kezia Edwards. Plus details of their families. Bryn Ellis 42 21
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
4. Bryneglwys yn Iâl - includes the T? Helyg family. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 42 25
Ellis Williams of Bethesda As title - 1800/1900. Naomi Hughes 42 29
The Tilstons enter Wales As title - 1600s. Jeremy Tilston 42 33
The Lewis family of Denbigh As title. Judith Johnson 42 31
Thoughts of Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa Gwenllan Morgan nee Hughes early 1900s, and other names in Church of St Michael. Eirwyn Morgan 43 3
Hugh Morris A story by John Nuttall (Ioan Callestr) of Rhydtalog. Won prize at Treuddyn Eisteddfod 1868. Alun Trevor 43 5
Memories of Flint - Part two As title - 1890s. Thomas Jones (senior) 43 12
Cover story Dyserth Parish Church. 43 14
Another mystery man Concerns Richard Pritchard-Williams, 1800s. Glyn Ceiriog area. Ceri Williams 43 20
Photographic mystery solved Photo in Issue 42 proved to be an estate worker for Pool Park, Llanfwrog 1905, also census for Pool Park in 1891. 43 22
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
5. Derwen. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 43 23
The mystery of the lions Were David Jones b, 1825 and Edward Jones b, 1837 the sculptors of the lions outside St George’s Hall in Liverpool? Mrs A M Roberts 44 31
Merioneth - end of the trail 1700s. Llangar Church and references to an article in Issue 9. Leslie E Collins 44 2
Letter to David Watkins Edward Watkins b. 1892 Blaenavon in Monmouthshire, served in WWI. Eirwyn Morgan 44 10
Memories of Flint Follow up to previous article. Biographical notes by son, Thomas Rees Jones about his father. Peter Metcalfe 44 11
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
6. Corwen. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 44 12
Cover story Gresford Church. 44 17
Lead mining on Halkyn Mountain - the Derbyshire connection Follow up to Issues 36 & 37. References to 20 surnames who came to Halkyn in 1700s & details of their families. Bryn Ellis 44 19
A tale of two lambs Origins of “Mary had a little lamb" [Questionable!] John Hughes 44 30
Battle of Kohima lndia WW2. Memorial listing 40 RWF soldiers who died. 44 31
Abraham Woods family Continuation of a BWW article on Welsh gypsy families. This update is as title in 1700s. Bryn Ellis 45 9
Migration of the Masse(y)s As title - over four centuries. Donald Massey 45 11
Cover story Ruthin Church. 45 16
The old graveyard of Trefor Ucha As title. Louis Longford 45 18
Living in Meliden About Thomas Griffith Davies b. 1870 and the Talargarth lead mine. Eirwyn Morgan 45 21
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
7. Llanelidan. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 45 26
Puleston family A list of data held at the Resource Centre. Mr S Perkins 45 29
Family tragedies As title - mostly 1800s. Jones family of Whitford and Hughes family at Mostyn plus newspaper extracts. Peter Metcalfe 45 31
Lewis Owens 1822 A letter to his mother whilst in Caernarfon prison as a convicted murderer Louis Langford 45 35
Into the unknown Transcript of Coroners report. 1941. Border Counties Advertiser. Llansilin shotgun fatalities. Davies family of Craigwen farm, plus 2 pages of mourners names. Barry Evans 46 4
A Penley register of the interregnum As title - a history starting from the 1600s of the charges through Diocese and reigns. Derrick Pratt 46 14
Cover story Hawarden Church. 46 20
Pwy oedd tad Robert Parry?
[Who was Robert Parry's father?]
As title. [In Welsh] D E Parry 46 28
Williams Wynn entries from Ruabon Parish registers 1719-1810. BMD. Jennifer Bland-Roberts 46 33
Ruabon Parish 1841 census for Ruabon is missing. The Clwyd record office has a list of 772 voters for July 1841. Includes Christian and surname and abode. Jennifer Bland-Roberts 46 34
Cover story Corwen Parish Church. 47 4
Grandfather's missing brothers Starting 1890s to 1980s. The Wallace family. Wendy Anderton 47 7
The Joneses as riot leaders in Clwyd 1734-1888 As title. Tim Jones 47 15
Americans from Clwyd Newspaper item from 1925 of people who emigrated to USA in 1850 on board the “Forest Queen". Hafina Clwyd 47 21
Military monumental inscription in St Margaret's Church, Bodelwyddan WWI, WW2 and Falklands. Two pages of names. 47 28
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
8. Llandegla. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 47 30
Recording history on a personal computer A lengthy, detailed explanation complete with examples of how to organise your data. J E Hughes 47 38
Cover story Gwaenysgor Parish Church, near Prestatyn 48 3
Penley’s other missing register 1600s. Penley an independent Parish for a while. Rev. John Broster kept his own records of BMD which only came to light in 1995. Derrick Pratt 48 5
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
9. Cerrigydrudion. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 48 14
The Baptist cause in Llanefydd Established by John Roberts (1773-1855) and his brothers Robert and William. Refers also to Baptist Chapel at Bryndeurydd. Mrs D Elwern Jones 48 18
Cofio Cantorion "The Welsh Imperial Singers" Refers to the book of the same name published in 1991. This article names a few of the singers. Alun Trevor 48 19
Lluesty workhouse and Victorian pauperism Holywell area. A 7 page account (with many references) of this organisation and its social traumas. Some names stated in the article. Dr. Tim Jones 48 22
Surnames from Clwyd Alphabetical list of about 50 surnames with the many and varied spellings of that name. Jill Rose 48 32
Was your ancestor a literary subscriber? A list of subscribers found inside "The complete works of Flavious Josephus" Denbighshire & Flintshire names, occupation and residence listed in I819 Pauline Christopher 48 33
A rent roll of the rents of Eubule Lloyd Esq., Penylan estate 1737. Ruabon area. 2 pages of names and location. M J Bland Roberts 48 36
What have I found out about the Frimstones As title. J D Frimstone 49 3
Family history information from Quarter Sessions records A detailed explanation of the main documents to be found in the rolls with a few examples that may be interesting. Bryn Ellis 49 4
Llewellyn T Evans D.D., L.L.D. 1833-1892. Born in Treuddyn. Emigrated to USA in 1850 with family on board “Forest Queen". Six pages of his life and includes his will. Lawrence Price 49 10
Letter from Einir G Jones Following the article in Issue 48 "Literary subscribers" an ancestor Peter Edwards. farmer of Llanefydd was found. This is his subsequent family history. 49 23
Military monumental inscriptions in St Michael's Parish Church and public cemetery, Abergele WWI and WW2. About a dozen names. 49 24
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
10. Llandysilio yn Iâl. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 49 26
Cover story Ruabon Parish Church. 49 31
Emigrants from England to America, 1718-1759 13 names from Denbighshire and Flintshire. All were indentured servants, most in late teens or twenties. D R Glover 49 38
Cover story Llanynys Parish Church. P Roberts 50 3
Sheep ear markings (Clustnod) A list of these markings from 1906 with 14 farmers names and their farms in the Llanbedr/Talybont/Conway areas. 50 6
The cemeteries of the Wrexham district Ruthin Road cemetery. Wrexham Guardian 50 12
The saga of a very ordinary Welsh working class family 1. In the beginning. Starts in Gwynedd. 844-1054. D E Parry 50 15
Surnames from Clwyd - 2 Names with alternative spellings. Jill Rose 50 17
William Hughes - Rector of Llanfihangel-Glyn-Myfyr 1729-1753 As title. With about 30 entries of BMD in 1743. Sally Brush 50 18
Cyfrif Pobl Clwyd
[Counting Clwyd People]
11. Betws Gwerful Goch. [In Welsh] Hafina Clwyd 50 22
Was your ancestor concerned with land surveying? From a lengthy subscriber list on this subject is extracted about 70 names in the Clwyd/Chester area. 1771 David Griffith 50 26
The last will and testament of John Jones, Gelligynan 1840 - farmer in the parish of Llanarmon-yn-Iâl Rhiannon E Griffiths 50 30
Travellers to Barnet Late 1700s. Cefn Brith. How a Richard Williams, drover, was known as Richard Barnard. Sally Brush 50 31
New York cottages, Penmaenmawr Thomas Griffith Davies - late 1800/early 1900 and a story about the cottages Eirwyn Morgan 50 32


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