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The Clwyd Family History Society have published, in booklet format, many Registers of Interments and Memorial Inscriptions for cemeteries in Denbighshire.

Place Cemetery Type
Abergele Churchyard Extension Memorial Inscriptions
Brymbo St John's Church Memorial Inscriptions
Bwlchgwyn Bethesda Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Bwlchgwyn Christ Church Memorial Inscriptions
Bwlchgwyn Salem Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Cefn Mawr Trefynant Cemetery, Acrefair Memorial Inscriptions
Cefn Mawr Trefynant Cemetery, Acrefair Register of Burials - Volume 1
Cefn Mawr Trefynant Cemetery, Acrefair Register of Burials - Volume 2
Cefn Mawr Cefn Bychan Baptist Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Cefn Mawr Cefn Mawr Baptist Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Coedpoeth Salem Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Colwyn St Catherine Church Memorial Inscriptions
Denbigh Capel y Groes Memorial Inscriptions
Garth Bryn Hyfryd Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Garth Noddfa Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Llanddulas Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions
Llandyrnog Parish church Memorial Inscriptions
Llangernyw Capel Garnedd Memorial Inscriptions
Llangwm Capel y Groes & Gellioedd Memorial Inscriptions
Llangwyfan Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions
Llannefydd Pentre & Bryndeunydd Chapels Memorial Inscriptions
Llantysilio Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions
Marchwiel St Marcell's Church Memorial Inscriptions
Moss Brake Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Nantglyn Waen Chapel & New Cemetery Memorial Inscriptions
Pentre Broughton Caersalem Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Penycae Salem Chapel Register of Burials
Ponciau Mynydd Seion Chapel & Soar Scotch Baptist Chapel Memorial Inscriptions
Rossett Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions
Ruabon Churchyard Memorial Inscriptions
Ruabon Garden of Rest Memorial Inscriptions
Wrexham Dissenters Memorial Inscriptions
Wrexham Parish Church Memorial Inscriptions
Wrexham Ruthin Road Memorial Inscriptions

Langford, Louis, and Wynne-Woodhouse, Bill.  A Quaker Resurrection.  The discovery of two headstones led to the discovery of early Quakers in Anglican Registers.  A careful cleaning of the surviving stones revealed the incomplete inscription, facsimile of the stones is given, Ere lyeth th ody of John Edwards of Bache who died the last day of July 1700, and his wife Margaret Griffis 1699. the other one says Here lyeth y... of John Jones of .... n abbert Grocer who...beth y daughter of ... who parted this .... 1743 aged 62.Also gives a small list of those Quakers who were buried, and the years. Article found in Hel Acahu, #34, August, 1991, pages 15-17, Family History Library Ref. 942.43 D25h


 

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