Flintshire Family History

  • Flintshire Baptisms
    Discover your ancestors who were baptised in Flintshire, Wales. The records may reveal your relative’s name, baptism date, and details of their parents and godparents, which will enable you to delve further back into your family tree.
  • Flintshire Marriages and Banns
    Discover your Welsh ancestor’s marriage, or intention to marry, in Flintshire. You will be able to find the dates of your relatives’ bann announcements, their home parishes and your ancestors’ marriage date. The records includes parishes in the historic county of Flintshire.
  • Flintshire Burials
    Discover your ancestors who were buried in Flintshire, Wales. The records may reveal your relative’s age, where and when they were buried, and whether they were buried or cremated.
  • Holywell Catholic Registers 1730-1829
  • Flintshire War Memorials
    Flintshire War Memorials has details of memorials and the soldiers who died in WW1. The details include the soldier’s name, rank, date of death, place of death, burial place, and medals awarded.
    You can search the whole site for names, or you can browse the memorials and then select the WW1 soldiers from the menu.
  • Flintshire Archives
    See what’s available online and how to access other records.
  • Clwyd Family History Society
    The Clwyd Family History Society was founded in 1980 to encourage the study of genealogy and family history in north-east Wales, and to provide a forum for people who are interested in these subjects to meet, and to help each other. It now has more than 1300 members worldwide. The county of Clwyd was created in 1974, by merging the ancient counties of Flintshire, most of Denbighshire, and part of Merionethshire.
  • Hawarden Wills 1554-1800
    A list of wills proved at the Peculiar Court of Hawarden.
  • Ministers & Churchwardens of Worthenbury 1597-1895
    The list is in the book called “The Story of a Quiet Country Parish, being gleanings of the history of Worthenbury, Flintshire”.