WILLIAM GEORGE STERRETT was born in Monmouthshire in 1872, his father was a tin plate worker from Scotland. Changing his name to Willis , he moved to Gloucestershire where he found work as a whitesmith [more]
Waleria Marynowska and Karol Marynowski Waleria and Karol Marynowski were born in pre-war Poland. Their perilous journey, to their final resting place in Wrexham was typical of the hundreds of Poles who lie buried in [more]
Rhosddu Infants Reception Class in Prices Lane Park in 1960/61. Source: Kindly supplied by Frederick Czulowski.
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]
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]
Lorne Street, Rhosddu, Wrexham 1930s