St. Mary Magdelane Church, Tallarn Green was first opened on 22nd October 1873, at a total building cost of £800 and dedicated to Mary Magdalene. The building of the clock tower was to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Jubilee at a cost of £137. The famous poet R. S. Thomas was curate here in the 1940s. The churchyard contains the war grave of a Manchester Regiment soldier of World War I.
Diamond Jubilee July 29th 1910-1970 Message from the Vicar of Wrexham the Rev. Canon Llywelyn Hughes, B.A. Dear Friends, I am looking forward to the Diamond Jubilee at St. John’s Church because I feel that [more]
The present building is the 3rd place of Methodist worship in the village of Tallarn Green. The founders of the Primitive Methodist movement, Hugh Bourne and William Clowes, held a Camp Meeting at Mow Cop [more]
We have recently added the first batch of 539 records and some headstone images, with more to follow. This is still a work in progress but have received many requests for information. Please note that [more][more]