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The Ancient British Fencible Cavalry 1794-1800. A brief history of the British Fencible Cavalry with a list of Officers who served with the Regiment, covering years 1794-1800. Article in Hel Achau, #3, Spring 1981, pages 21-24, Family History Library Ref. 942.23 D25h

Williams, C. J. Flintshire Men Who Served in the Great War. The Clwyd Record Office holds an index called The County of Flint War memorial.  It has an index card file showing man's address, regimental unit, period served, rank at demobilization.  Special remarks may give postings, battles, wounds, if killed, date and place of burial.  Illustrated with facsimiles of cards - article covers years 1914-1919.  Hel Achau, @ 23 Christmas 1987 pages 3-4. Family History Library Ref. 943.93 D25h

Blackwell, Colin. From Wrexham to Fromelles ( a boy soldiers short life): Private Samuel Augustus Stewart Thomas, 1899-1916.  Samuel Augustus Stewart Thomas was born into a military family.  He lied about his age in order to join the Army at the age of 16.  Illustrating the article are photographs of his father, Aloy augustus Stewart Thomas, 1871-1915 and his mother Florence Helena Williams 1871-1927.  Also photos of their headstone, Queen Victoria's funeral cortege, and a present day photo of the battlefield at Pelliton in France, and a hand drawn map showing the order of battle, Fromelles, 19 July 1916.  Article in Hel Achau, #104, March 2010, pages 54-59. Family History Library Ref. 941.93 D25h

Williams, Alister.  The Yeomanry of Denbighshire. A brief history of the Denbighshire Yeomanry Cavalry including a list of officers 1825, 1839, 1853, 1860, 1871. Illustrated with sketches of the uniforms and helmets. Article in Magazine Hel Achau, #10, Summer 1983, pages 3-6, Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

A Great War Momento.  A wedding photograph of Sargeant major G.A. Ll Blake, October 1918 of Wrexham, Denbighshire. Hel Achau, #14, Winter 1984, page 8, Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Hughes, Betty C. A Wrexham Miscellany. A discussion of the families of Benjamin Souther and Elizabeth Wiggin and William Hughes and Mary Jones. A pedigree of the Hughes family is given. Illustrated with a photograph of members of the Denbighshire Hussars Imperial Yeomanry identifying only William Hughes who returned from the Boer War in 1903. Article covers years 1775-1992 in Hel Achau, #14, Winter1984, pages 23-24. Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Jones, John Oliver.  Jack's War.  A continued description of WWII experiences, in Italy,  Germany, France,North Africa, illustrated with photos of Gordon Norrie, Alan Jones of Gresford: group photo of Joe Lewis, Alun Jones, Cyril Smith, Alun Jarvis, Cecil Williams, Les Williams, B.S.M.J. Hunter, George Hill. BSM McGregor - all from the Wrexham area.  Article in journal, Hel Achau, #99, Dec. 2008. pages 31-39, Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Thomas, Joy.  Cecil Bernard Thomas.  The author traces her father's Royal Navy wartime service. Illustrated with a photograph of Cecil Bernard Thomas and a facsimile of his Service Record. He is from Wrexham. Article covers years 1919-1945, in Hel Achau, #100, Dec. 2008. pages 7-10, Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Mason, Ceris.  The Boys From the Old Swan.  Peter Hughes, William, Harry and John Brown served in WW1 and survived.  Illustrated with photos of Jane Brown and seven of her youngest children.  David Brown, regulars from Denbighshire Yeomen in 1914, Harry Brown in Egypt 1915, Harry and girlfriend Miss Gallant 1925 in Vancouver, Harry in Skagway, Alaska 1925, Harry 1925, John Brown 1913, Violet John's wife and his sister May and maps of several campaigns. Article covers years 1865 1927. to be found in journal Hel Achau, #100, March 2009, pages 18-29, Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Byrne, Dominic.  The Royal Chelsea Hospital and the Ancient British Fencible Cavalry.  A list of men discharged from the Royal Chelsea Hospital giving name, unit, length of service, rank, physical description, condition on discharge, trade, place of birth and National Archives reference number.  Surnames are: Pritchard, Jones, Whale, Wooley, Lloyd, Roberts, Ankers, Davis, Thomas, Zachary, Ellis, Bennett, Parry, Dyott, Hammett and Savage. article in journal Hel Achau, #100, March 2009, pages 30-34. Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Mullock-Morgans, Robert. Engineer Captain C. G. Taylor MVO, RN (1863-1915). Charles Gerald Taylor was born in Ruabon, Denbighshire.  This article describes his military career as well as his rugby experience.  Illustrated with 3 photographs of him.  Dates covered 1863-1956, in journal Hel Achau, #100, March 2009, pages 47-51, Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Mason, Ceris Schrader.  The Boys From the Old Swan. A description of William Brown's military life in the Canadian Expeditionary Force.  Illustrated with photographs of William Brown and friends, Bill Grady, Baron Byng, Privates Rankin, Bruce, Debeau, Adams and Lambert, Piper, McKay, Grice, and a map showing major locations where William Brown served in France and Flanders. He was originally from Wrexham area. Article in journal Hel Achau, #101, June 2009, pages 26-38, Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h

Edwards, Annette.  More on Coedpoeth War Memorial. A list of names on the memorial with web sites that show brief details of each person.  Surnames are: Abel, Bellis, Capper, Hughes, Newman, Hope, Johnson, Kirkham, Lamb, Roberts, Thomas, Woodfine and from WWII, Roberts, Williams, Belton, with Gwilym James and Gwilym Powell a brief descriptions of their military service, illustrated with photographs of each one.  Years covered 1890-1944 in journal Hel Achau, #101, June 2005, pages 42 & 43. Family History Library Ref. 942.93 D25h


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