An Inventory of the Ancient Monuments in Wales and Monmouthshire: II. County of Flint, Volume 2
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales, 1912 - Social Science - 150 pages
LIST OF PARISHESThe divisions adopted are those of the Civil parishes in the Administrative County, following the arrangement in the Census Reports of England and Wales for the year 1911.
Buckley Ha warden (no entries)
Buckley Mold (no entries)
Connah's Quay (no entries)
Higher Kinnerton (no entries)
Saltney, East (no entries)
Saltney, West (no entries)
Sealand (no entries)
(DETACHED, No. 1)
Marford and Hoseley
(DETACHED, NO. 2.—Maelor Saesneg)
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13th century ANTIQUARIAN INTEREST Arch archdeaconry Asaph August Bangor bank Basingwerk Basingwerk Abbey Bodfari Bodrhyddan Hall Bryn building Caergwrle Caerwys called Camb camp castle century chancel chapel Chester churchyard Cilcain circular Cloddiau Conwy cross diameter Dioc Diserth ditch DIvIsIoN II EARTHWORKS DIvIsIoN VI SITEs DIvIsIoN VII FINDS doorway Dyke east eastern Edward Lhuyd efﬁgy enclosure entrance farm feet high Ffrith Ffynnon ﬁeld ﬁgure ﬁnds ﬁne ﬁrst ﬁve ﬂat Flint Flintshire ﬂoor Garreg ground Hall Hanmer Hawarden height hill Hist Holywell inscription Isycoed June Llanasa LLANFYNYDD Maelor Maelor Saesneg Maen moat modern Moel Mold Mostyn mound nave north side Northop occupier outer Owner Parish Church Pennant probably Rhuddlan river Alyn road Roman rural-deanery September sheet slab south side standing stone STRUCTURES SUB-DIVISION Surv Thomas Tithe Schedule tower township Tremeirchion Treuddyn tumulus wall Welsh western Wrexham yards