Hafod Colliery 1880.
This great photograph of High Street, Wrexham in the early 1890s was supplied by Tom Farrell of Aberyswyth.
In February 1893 Wrexham Magistrates Court was packed by a varied audience anxious to hear the case of alleged child stealing. The accused was Alice Bellis, the young wife of Thomas Edward Bellis who lived [more]
Harriet was born on November 22nd 1834, the youngest daughter of Thomas and Sarah Rogers of Bryn Goleu. Thomas was the Erddig Carpenter. She received a good education encouraged by Mrs Yorke. By the age [more]
James was born June 15th 1831, the son of Thomas Rogers, Erddig Carpenter. James was apprenticed to his father in the Erddig Joiners shop. He married Erddig Housemaid Jane on October 29th 1855 at the [more]
A railway accident, which caused a profound sensation throughout the kingdom on Christmas Day, occurred on the Great Western Railway on Thursday week, a few hundred yards from the village of Hampton Gay and close [more]
A grainy view of Church Street, Wrexham in 1881
Church Street, Wrexham. 1860s
The following was submitted by Steven Thornton-Jones. Loughborough, Leicestershire. I am interested to read your history of Crane & Sons, Regent Street, Wrexham. You mention that R Thornton Jones was the manager of the shop [more]