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The parish church of Holy Trinity (which was at one time known as New Fens Chapel) was converted from a former brick tithe barn in 1836 and later extended in 1863.
In 1872 the township of Bettisfield became a separate parish.
To the south of the village is Fenn's Moss, a large area of peat bog which is an important National Nature Reserve, rich in wildlife. This was formerly a major source of peat for fuel and later horticulture.
|until 1284||Powys Fadog|
|1284 - 31 March 1974||Flintshire (detached)|
|1 April 1974 - 31 March 1996||Clwyd|
|from 1 April 1996,||Wrexham|
The following Bronington Parish Registers have been deposited at the Flintshire Record Office in Hawarden:
There are no official I.G.I. entries for Holy Trinity, Bronington.
Births, marriages and deaths in Bronington are recorded in the GRO indexes as:
|1 Jul 1837 - 31 Sep 1935||Hanmer||Ellesmere|| XVIII (1837-1851)|
|1 Oct 1935 - 31 Dec 1953||Overton|| 11b (1935-46)|
|1 Jan 1954 - 1974||Maelor||8A (1954-74).|
Poor Law Union
Bronington was part of the Ellesmere Union when it was created on 14 November 1836. The workhouse was built in Haughton, Ellesmere. The records for the Ellesmere Union are held at Shropshire Record Office in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England.
- Ordnance Survey map of Bronington
- Bronington War Memorial at Clwyd FHS
- Bronington Parish Church at Clwyd FHS
- Bronington Parish Church at the Open Church Network
- Bronington Parish Church at Sacred Space