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Captain Charles Eustace Fishbourne

Charles Eustace Fishbourne was born on the 15th January 1885 in Llandyssill, Montgomery, Wales. He was the son of Reverend Edward Alexander Fishbourne and Harriet Fishbourne. He was educated at St. George’s, Windsor, and Malvern [more]

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Private 8576 Walter James Field

The birth of Walter James Field was registered in Aston, Warwickshire, which now falls under the city of Birmingham, in 18821/2/3. He enlisted into the army on 11th September 19144, and served with the 2nd [more]

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Rifleman 107640 Thomas Beech Barton

Thomas Beech Barton was born in 1900 in Wrexham, Denbighshire. At the time of the 1901 census Thomas Beech Barton was residing in Grove Park, Wrexham. He was residing at the address with his father [more]

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Great War Graves at All Saints, Gresford

During the Great War it was the policy of the British Government not to repatriate servicemen who died on active service overseas, instead they were buried near to where they died. The only exceptions to [more]

War Memorials

Croes Howell War Memorial

Located on the junction of Higher Lane and Croes Howell Hill nr Llay. The memorial commemorates the residents of Croes Howell who were killed or missing in the Great War (First World War). The cross [more]

1910s

Victoria School Memorial

Wrexham Victoria Council Schools. The above tablet in marble and brass in remembrance to those Old Boys of the above school who fell in the great war. It is a fitting mark to Mr. Chas. [more]

News

Wrexham – In Memoriam

After six years of detailed and painstaking research, the Friends of Wrexham Museums are proud to publish: Wrexham – In Memoriam 1914-18. Their 493 page illustrated soft-back book tells the stories of the over 600 [more]