Clwyd Family History
Surnames and unusual first names beginning
LLOYD Marriages ROBERTS
Marriages WYNNE Marriages
This master index contains
all of the surnames and many
of the more unusual first names to be found in the parish register
transcriptions of Clwyd (Denbighshire and Flintshire in North Wales)
and listed on my 'Key'
link above. The general intention is to indicate
in which parish any of the names may be found.
I have cross-indexed references
be helpful and here and there, for added interest, you will find place
names and/or the meaning of a name.
The original parish registers
were transcribed and indexed by volunteer members of
Clwyd Family History Society, the results printed,
and are for sale by the Society.
Experts may not
always agree with the 'umbrella'
under which I have placed some of the entries but I feel it
important to be able to identify the parish register(s)
for the name in which you are interested.
The Index of Welsh Wills proved
Chester 1545-1858 is also included,
from some National
Commercial Directories and reference books.
Where there are not
with any particular reference number (owing to the amount of
material waiting to be added), on request I will insert the missing names.
E-mail me quoting surname/reference number eg JACKSON 554.
is my sincere hope that these pages, which have been added to
almost every day since February 2007, will become a regularly
tool to aid research in the Clwyd area, and my grateful thanks must go to my
adviser', my son Duncan,
whom the pages may never have become airborne!
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(Clwyd FHS Member No. 203)
A Bibliography to sources other than Parish Registers may be found at
the end of Page Z.
Achau' is the quarterly journal of the Clwyd Family History Society,
membership subscription UK/EC £15 p.a., overseas members £25 p.a.
Further information may be found on the Clwyd FHS website - link at the
top of this page.
The Clwyd FHS Resource Centre is at Well Street, Cefn Mawr, Wrexham
LL14 3AL. Tel: 01978 814924.
hours: Tuesdays 10-7; Thursdays 10-4; Saturdays 10-2 (apart from Bank
Holiday weekends). Non-members may join at the door.
of all the transcribed and printed parish registers, as well as many
other publications, may be seen on the open shelves at the Centre
and used for research.
For post-1837 research in the area visit the North Wales BMD website.