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Memories of Brynteg

Holborn Crescent, Brynteg

Nell tells about her stay in Brynteg, my great grandparents Rachel and Peter Povey lived at 24 Holborn Crescent - a council house. They knew the Wynne's, and Peter was a retired miner. Rachel died in at number 24 in 1942, Peter in 1950. There is still a whole host of my Povey relations living in and around Wrexham. Brynteg was a nice place and I once had a house by that name.

A memory of Brynteg by Carol Ann Smith

Miss Miriam Roberts

i remember miss roberts, from brynteg infants school. she used to teach us needle work . very small petite lady . i live in the house that she used to live in .since 1972 and am still here now .

A memory of Brynteg

My Early Years In Brynteg

I was born at 1 Cilcain Grove, Brynteg in 1935 to Peter Price Davies and Kitty Davies with my brother David and sister Joan. I went to the junior and secondary schools before going on to the Wrexham Technical Collage. Later went to Brymbo Steelworks where I trained as a bricklayer after 5 years enlisting in ...Read full memory

A memory of Brynteg by Glyn Davies

Thoughts Of This Lady.

Can anyone remember a teacher called Miss Miriam Roberts? The first class teacher for girls in the junior school Brynteg. The boys would have left infants school for Blacklane school in Pentre Broughton. She used to live across the road to the right of Plevins shop. I was born in 20 Quarry road Brynteg. My Dad ...Read full memory

A memory of Brynteg

Nellie Burney

I was evacuated with my sister to Brynteg, Wrexham and lived with a Mr and Mrs Wynne at Holbourn Crescent. Mr Wynne was a miner. The  house I think, was a council  house. I also remember the AGIE! and aso the Cross Keys pub. I loved Brynteg. Nell Burney, nee Todd

A memory of Brynteg by nburney

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