North-East Wales

Denbighshire

Chirk

Chirk Castle

St Mary's Church

On 29 Apr 1716 Richard Myddleton 3rd Baronet Myddleton (61) died and was buried at St Mary's Church. His funeral cost £365.

Denbigh

Denbigh Castle

On 25 Dec 1281 Alice Lacy Countess Leicester, Countess Lancaster, 5th Countess Salisbury, 4th Countess Lincoln was born to Henry Lacy 3rd Earl Lincoln, 4th Earl Salisbury (30) and Margaret Longespée 4th Countess Salisbury, Countess Lincoln at Denbigh Castle.

Llangollen

Vale Crucis Abbey

On 29 Jan 1201 Madog Mathrafal Prince Powys Fadog founded at Vale Crucis Abbey.

In 1236 Madog Mathrafal Prince Powys Fadog died. He was buried at Vale Crucis Abbey.

In 1290 Gweirca ferch Owain Mathrafal died. He was buried at Vale Crucis Abbey.

Around 1305 Madog ap Gruffydd Fychan "Crypl" Mathrafal Prince Powys Fadog (30) died. He was buried at Vale Crucis Abbey.

Marchwiel

St Deiniol & St Marcella

After 1783. St Deiniol & St Marcella. Monument to John Meller. Sculpted by Peter Scheemakers (91).

After 1783. St Deiniol & St Marcella. Monument to Elizabeth Cust. Sculpted by W Tyler.

After 19 Feb 1804. St Deiniol & St Marcella. Monument to the Philip Yorke. Sculpted by Richard "The Younger" Westmacott (4).

After 07 Jul 1827. St Deiniol & St Marcella. Monument to John Edgworth. Sculpted by Wright and Harrison.

After 1988. St Deiniol & St Marcella. Monuments to the Yorke Family.

Rhuddlan

Around Oct 1062 Harold II King England (40) was given approval to attack Gruffydd ap Llywelyn King Wales' Court at Rhuddlan. Gruffydd ap Llywelyn King Wales was nearly captured but managed to escape to sea.

On 22 Jun 1283 Dafydd ap Gruffudd Aberffraw Prince Wales and Owain ap Dafydd Aberffraw were captured at Nanhysglain. Dafydd ap Gruffudd Aberffraw Prince Wales, seriously wounded in the struggle, was brought to King Edward's camp at Rhuddlan that same night. Dafydd ap Gruffudd Aberffraw Prince Wales was taken from here to Chester and then on to Shrewsbury. Dafydd ap Gruffudd Aberffraw Prince WalesDafydd's} wifeElizabeth FerrersGladys ferch Dafydd Aberffraw, infant niece Gwenllian "Lady of Wales" AberffrawGwenllian ferch Llywelyn, and Dafydd's six illegitimate daughters were also taken prisoner at the same time.

Rhuddlan Castle

On 07 Aug 1282 Princess Elizabeth of Rhuddlan Plantagenet Countess Essex, Countess Hereford, Count Holland was born to Edward "Longshanks" I King England (43) and Eleanor of Castile Queen Consort England (41) at Rhuddlan Castle.

On 23 Jun 1283 Owain ap Dafydd Aberffraw was imprisoned at Rhuddlan Castle.

Ruthyn

In 1268 John Grey 2nd Baron Grey Wilton was born to Reginald Grey 1st Baron Grey Wilton at Ruthyn.

Around 1325 Johanna Grey was born to Roger Grey 1st Baron Grey Ruthyn and Elizabeth Hastings Baroness Grey Ruthyn at Ruthyn.

On 06 Mar 1353 Roger Grey 1st Baron Grey Ruthyn died at Ruthyn.

On 20 Apr 1396 Alianore Strange Baroness Grey Ruthyn died at Ruthyn.

In 1448 Elizabeth Grey was born to Edmund Grey 1st Earl Kent (31) and Katherine Percy Countess Kent in Ruthyn.

On 03 Sep 1448 Joan Astley Baroness Grey Ruthyn died in Ruthyn.

Around 1450 Anne Grey Baroness Grey Wilton was born to Edmund Grey 1st Earl Kent (33) and Katherine Percy Countess Kent in Ruthyn.

On 18 Jul 1472 Elizabeth Grey died in Ruthyn.

Ruthyn Castle

Around 1317 Juliane Grey was born to Roger Grey 1st Baron Grey Ruthyn and Elizabeth Hastings Baroness Grey Ruthyn at Ruthyn Castle.

On 28 Jun 1873 Daisy Cornwallis-West was born to William Cornwallis-West at Ruthyn Castle.

Wrexham

In 1466 the Lancastrian Richard Turnstall led the garrison of Harlech Castle in a raid on Wrexham. The rebels captured Holt Castle. John "Butcher of England" Tiptoft 1st Earl Worcester (38) was sent to suppress the rebellion.

On 24 Aug 1889 Evan Morris was knighted by Victoria Hanover Queen United Kingdom (70) on her visit to Wrexham.

Erddig

On 30 Jul 1743 Philip Yorke was born to Simon Yorke at Erddig.

Holt Castle

In 1466 the Lancastrian Richard Turnstall led the garrison of Harlech Castle in a raid on Wrexham. The rebels captured Holt Castle. John "Butcher of England" Tiptoft 1st Earl Worcester (38) was sent to suppress the rebellion.

St Giles' Church

After 08 Jul 1721 Elihu Yale (72) was buried in the churchyard at St Giles' Church. Monument to the Elihu Yale (72) founder of Yale college.

After 1747. St Giles' Church. Monument to Mary Myddleton. Sculpted by Louis-Francois Roubiliac (44).

After 1751. St Giles' Church. Monuments to Mary Fitzhugh.

After 1756. St Giles' Church. Monument to Thomas Middleton and Arabella Hacker. Sculpted by Louis-Francois Roubiliac (53).

After 1756. St Giles' Church. Monument to Evan Morris.

After 1802. St Giles' Church. Monument to Mary Davies. Sculpted by Peter Mathias Van Gelder (59).

After 1802. St Giles' Church. Monument to Philip Puleston. Sculpted by Charles Bromfield (62).

After 1804. St Giles' Church. Monument to Frances Puleston. Sculpted by Peter Mathias Van Gelder (62).

After 1816. St Giles' Church. Monument to the Lloyd Family. Sculpted by Richard Westmacott (40).

After 1863. St Giles' Church. Monument to Ellen Mary Palmer. Sculpted by Thomas Woolner (37).

After 1922. St Giles' Church. Monuments to the Hugh-Jones Family.

St Giles' Church. Exterior of the Church Tower.

Flintshire

Bagillt

Coleshill

Castell Hen Blas

Around Mar 1212 Dafydd ap Llewellyn Aberffraw Prince Wales was born to Llewellyn "The Great" Aberffraw and Joan Plantagenet at Castell Hen Blas.

Basingwerk Abbey

In 821 Coenwulf King Mercia died at Basingwerk Abbey.

Bretton

Around 1544 Elizabeth Ravenscroft was born to Thomas Ravenscroft (29) and Katherine Grosvenor in Bretton.

Downing

Flint

Flint Castle

Richard II Abdication

On 19 Aug 1399 Richard II King England (32) surrendered to Henry IV King England (32) at Flint Castle. .

Hamner