The Vaughan Family Plot at Llanfachreth

The Vaughan Graves at St. Machreth Church, Llanfachreth

The Vaughan Vault Originally built to hold six graves, the vault holds just four. The Inscription on the Vault HERE LIE THE REMAINS OF SIR ROBERT WILLIAMES VAUGHAN OF NANNAU BART WHO DIED APRIL...
The Vaughan Vault at Llanfachreth Churchyard

The Funeral of Sir Robert Williames Vaughan 1843

From The North Wales Chronicle on May 9th, 1843 Funeral of the late Sir Robert Williames Vaughan, Bart., of Nannau. The funeral of this highly respected gentleman took place on Saturday morning, the...
With Fondest Love, Trev.

With Fondest Love, Trev.

With Fondest Love, Trev. The Letters Home of Lt. E. Trevor Evans, R.F.C., R.A.F. The following are excerpts from an excellent transcript of an RAF Pilot’s letters home (and more). The full transcript...

Coming of Age of R.W. Vaughan, 3rd Bart, 1824 (Part 2)

Chester Courant and Anglo-Welsh Gazette, July 6th 1824 REJOINCINGS ON THE COMING OF AGE OF ROBERT WILLIAMES VAUGHAN, ESQ. (FURTHER PARTICULARS) We last week noticed some few particulars of the celebration of this...
Hugh Nanney (Courtesy of Mark Anway in the USA).

Colonel Hugh Nanney

Colonel Hugh Nanney was elected the Member of Parliament for Merioneth in 1695 (unopposed), succeeding his distant cousin Sir John Wynn, 5th Bt. He was also the local Deputy-Lieutenant and Colonel...
Major-General John Vaughan (Possessions)

Major-General John Vaughan (Possessions)

Pig-sticking; comprising a bamboo spear, inscribed ”Kadir Cup 1907, won by Major J. Vaughan D.S.O., 10th Hussars on his ch.aus.g. Vedette”, 96 inches (244cm) long; his pony’s hoof inkwell inscribed ”Vedette...
An Engraved Stone from the House of Hugh Nanney Hên, now at Llanfendigaid

Hugh Nanney Hên

Hugh Nanney Hên was a very rich man and rebuilt Nannau on a ‘palatial’ scale around 1581. Bricks from this building can still be seen in the back wall of the...

Obituary of R.W. Vaughan, 3rd Bart. 1859

The Cheshire Observer and General Advertiser - May 14th 1859 THE LATE SIR ROBERT VAUGHAN, BART It is our painful duty, says the North Wales Chronicle, to announce the death, on the 29th...

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