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John BRADSHAW – Bryn Castle

Bryn Castle was a large property in Penybryn, Wrexham. John Bradshaw was baptised on 13 September 1809 in All Saints Parish, Maidstone, Kent. He was the son of Watson Bradshaw a carpenter, his mother was [more] [more]

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Legacy Tower

When Wrexham achieved its charter of Incorporation in 1857, attentions turned to an adequate water supply for the town as residents relied on wells and the river Gwenfro for their water supply, which contained trade [more]

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The Sykes of Croes Howell

Croes Howell Hall is known to date back to the 17th century and on a map dated 1631 there are plots  which belong to William Edward Howell, David ap Howell and Dorothy Howell, the medieval [more]

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The Mount, Mount Street, Wrexham

Mount House was already in existence in 1699 when it was mentioned in Rate books as belonging to Ellis Lloyd Esq. of Pen y Lan. It was situated next to the Nags Head Inn and [more]

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Sir Alfred McAlpine & The Super King Aeroplane

The Beech 200 Super King Air G-BMCA  aeroplane, belonging to Sir Alfred McAlpine and Son Ltd photographed at Borras Airfield, Wrexham in November 1979.  The aircraft was based at Borras Airfield and would fly in [more]

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