Dissenters Burial Ground, Rhosddu, Wrexham
Burial Grounds

Dissenters Burial Ground 1655

The Dissenters’ Burial Ground, Rhosddu Road, Wrexham, also called The Bun Hill Fields of North Eastern Wales. It is generally believed that it was laid out during the period of the Commonwealth and was acquired [more]

1700s

The Quakers Graveyard, Holt Street, Wrexham

History of the Society of Friends in Wrexham. (Quakers). The Friends resident in Wrexham determined to have a meeting house of their own. On April 7, 1708, accordingly, John James, a dyer, and Hannah Newton, [more]

Bryn Seion Burial Ground
Burial Grounds

Bryn Seion Burial Ground, Pentre Broughton

Bryn Seion Chapel is located on Clayton Road, Pentre Broughton. Built as a Welsh Congregational Church, an inscribed stone over the entrance records (in Welsh) that the chapel was built in 1840 and rebuilt in [more]

Wrexham Cemetery
Burial Grounds

Wrexham Cemetery

Wrexham Cemetery is located on Ruabon Road, Wrexham, and covers an area of 7.2 hectares. The layout of the cemetery was designed by Yeo Strachan, the then Borough Surveyor of Wrexham. Originally consisting of 10 [more]

Dissenters Burial Ground, Rhosddu, Wrexham
Burial Grounds

Dissenters Burial Ground, Rhosddu, Wrexham

Dissenters Burial Ground, Rhosddu Road, Wrexham. This ground was originally part of the common fields of Wrexham Regis and was for over two centuries used as a burial ground by Wrexham Dissenters. It was acquired [more]