Here follows an account of Isaac Jenkins and John Tysilio Jones, builders and timber merchants of Johnstown. All my sources are available to the public and can be checked if necessary, using the list of [more]
Cobden Flour Mill, Wrexham.
Clarke Bros, Butchers Shop, Chester Street, c 1930s.
Source: NWN Media
Cambrian Brewery, Wrexham I have written the following account of the Cambrian Brewery, Wrexham. It is by no means intended to be the final word on the subject, so if anyone has any documents which [more]
Charles Thomas Whiteman Tooth workers pose with the newly finished Saloon Coach no.14. The picture was taken late 1920s. Mike Fenton can confirm that its registration number was UN 2150, and was a Guy BB [more]
“THIRST COME THIRST SERVED” (A history of Border Breweries a.k.a. Soames Brewery) Wrexham’s reputation for good beer goes back to medieval times, as it was blessed with good underground water supplies. By the 1860s, brewers [more]
Wrexham Lager Brewery This account is intended to supplement the existing account of Wrexham Lager Brewery to be found on this website. Wrexham has been noted for its beer since medieval times, owing to the [more]
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]