JOHN VIGGARS was, baptised in April 1832 in Manchester, he was the son of Daniel and Rebecca, at the time his father Daniel was a publican. The Viggars family moved to Chester where Daniel became [more]
We’ve had this picture for quite some time but until today when we zoomed in never noticed the faces staring out. Wonder who they were?
Using public records Dave Edwards has pieced together this very brief biography of Alfred Sproston, a popular hairdresser of Hall Street, Rhos. The story includes details that go back to the birth of Alfred’s father [more]
The Boer War monument, a drinking fountain, stands beside the main Holyhead Road, near St. David’s Church. It was erected, by public subscription, in 1909 to commemorate two soldiers who died in the Boer War, [more]
Bwlchgwyn War Memorial commemorates those from the area who were killed in World War I and World War II. Those commemorated on Bwlchgwyn War Memorial Thomas BROWN William BROWN Joseh Davies Hugh Owen Edwards Edward [more]