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Flintshire

Sir y Fflint or Flintshire is a county in north-east Wales, bordered by Denbighshire and Wrexham [Wales] and Cheshire [England]. It was formerly the historic county of Flintshire, was absorbed into a newly created Clwyd in 1974 and returned to county status in 1996.

Flintshire Local History Societies

The Buckley Society
Flintshire based society, promoting historical interest in the Buckley area
 

Flintshire Mailing Lists & Forums

Clwyd Mailing List
Rootsweb: Clwyd Mailing List.

Eng-Shropshire-Plus Mailing List
Rootsweb: Eng-Shropshire-Plus Mailing List, plus the surrounding areas.

Flintshire Forum
British-Genealogy Forums sponsored by Parish Chest Ltd.

Powys Mailing List
Rootsweb: Powys Mailing List.

WLS Flintshire Mailing List
Rootsweb: WLS Flintshire Mailing List.

 

Flintshire Maps & Gazetteers

Clwydian Range
Hillforts and other attractions of the Clwydian Range.

Flintshire Interactive mapping system
Flintshire County Council.

Flintshire Map, Samuel Lewis 1833
Tom's Big Chest of Old Welsh Maps.

 

Flintshire Mines & Quarries

Peak District Mines Historical Society Ltd
Coal mines in Flintshire, 1896.

Peak District Mines Historical Society Ltd
Metalliferous Mines in Flintshire, 1896.

 

Flintshire Newspapers & Journals

Archived Newspapers List
Flintshire Record Office.

Cambrian Index Online
An English-language newspaper published from 1804 to 1930.

Flintshire Chronicle
Flintshire Chronicle Online.

Newsplan Cymru
Newsplan Cymru, mainly administered by the National Library of Wales.

 

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