Acton Park Church of England School (on left), Rhosnesni, Wrexham c1905-10 with Acton Park Lodge in the distance. We were the fifth family to move into Borras Park as it was being built- Borras Park [more]
Penycae Football Team 1919-1920 Source: Photograph supplied by Gaynor Davies, Penycae.
Barton first_name: Thomas middle_name: Beech full_name: BARTON, Thomas Beech rank: Rifleman number: 107640 regiment: King’s Liverpool Regiment (5th Bn.) parent_name: Thomas Beech Barton & Kate Elizabeth Barton, of Burton Lodge, Gresford. birth: 1900 death: 20/06/1918 [more]
Chas T. W. Tooth workers pose with the newly finished Saldon Coach no.14. The picture was taken 1915-6. The sign states: Coachwork by Chas. T. W. Tooth, Motor Body Builder. Chato works, Highgate Yard, Wrexham. [more]
Munitions factory workers 1914 – 1918 Gutter Hill, Rhos. Source: WCBC; Wrexham Museum Archives.
Serious Stabbing Affray. RUSSIANS AT RHOSTYLLEN A sensational stabbing affray took place at Rhostyllen, near Wrexham on Saturday November 16, 1918, six men were very seriously injured as the result of knife wounds and two [more]
Emral Hall Sales Brochure 1916 Source: Original document supplied by Julie Broad of Emral Gardens Touring Caravan Park. Photographed by John Davies.
Source: Original document supplied by Julie Broad of Emral Gardens Touring Caravan Park. Photographed by John Davies.
The Great War Trenches. Trench warfare characterised much of the fighting during World War One, particularly along the Western Front. Trench systems were complicated with many interlinking lines of trenches. Apparently, during the First World [more]
Victoria Magazine August 1914 A monthly periodical for circulation among the pupils of Victoria School, Wrexham.