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Family history societies often publish helpful journals, transcripts, compiled genealogies and host helpful websites. They may have ongoing projects to transcribe records and create indexes. Most societies publish queries in their journals and maintain lists of members’ research interests that may be helpful to you. You may want to join one of these societies, reap the benefits of their expertise and resources, or support its efforts.
Addresses of the societies are for the most part where their meetings are held as they are by-and-large not brick-and-mortar institutions.
Regional Societies[edit | edit source]
Clwyd Family History Society (Cymdeithas Hanes Teuluoedd Clwyd)
St Margaret's Church Hall
Wrexham, Denbighshire LL11 2SH UK
Telephone (Resource Center): 01978 814924
Website: 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.
Flintshire Historical Society (Cymdeithas Hanes Sir y Fflint)
Dyserth Community Hall
Dyserth, Denbighshire LL18 6AB UK
Telephone: 01745 332220
Email #2: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: Flintshire Historical Society
- The Society was founded in 1911 for the collection and publication of archaeological, historical information, and materials relating to the then County of Flint.
North East Wales Heritage Forum
Hawkesbury Community Centre
Buckley, Flintshire CH7 3HA UK
Website: North East Wales Heritage Forum
- The North East Wales Heritage Forum has been established to celebrate, conserve, and promote the rich heritage of the region. The Forum aims to inspire broader interest in the diverse heritage of the area, to signpost the availability of information and contacts, to publicise heritage activities, and to foster collaborative working for regional heritage projects.
- The Society was formed in October 2004 by a small group of amateurs with a keen interest in investigating the fascinating material remains of human life and activities of St Asaph and its environs in North East Wales.
Flintshire Societies[edit | edit source]
- The society's objective for the public benefit is to promote the benefits of the inhabitants of Bagillt and surrounding areas, without distinction of sex, sexual orientation, race or political, religious, or other opinions by associating the local authorities, voluntary organisations, and inhabitants in a common effort to advance education and to provide facilities in the interests of social welfare for recreation and leisure-time occupation with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants.
- Our aim is for like minded people who are interested in the history of Bagillt to come together to enjoy and share their memories of days gone by. We hold a large collection of old photographs of Bagillt and its people and, with the help of computers, we can now show them on the big screen to our members. The club is now in its 38th year. Whenever possible we have monthly speakers talking on the subject of Bagillt. We have 14 Bagillt books written by the members themselves.
- The aim of the group is to encourage and support the study of family and community history relating to our area.
- The Society's objective is to promote the culture of Buckley and district and also to preserve, record, and publish its history for the benefit of the public.
- The aim of the Society is to advance public knowledge in all aspects of the history of Caerwys and the surrounding district.
Deeside and District Local History Society
Shotton, Deeside CH5 1SE UK
Website: Deeside and District Local History Society
Website #2: Deeside and District Local History Society
- The Society has monthly talks, summer excursions, and workshops for members who wish to delve further into the world of local history.
Flint Local History Society
Flint, Flintshire CH6 5AP UK
Telephone: 01352 733078
Website: Flint Local History Society
- The Holywell & District Society offers the opportunity for people who have an interest in local history (industrial, agricultural, and social) and environment, landscape, and habitat of this area, to share and take part in these interests with like-minded people. It will provide a forum for research and publication for those who have carried on their activities independently.
Hope & Caergwrle Heritage and Conservation Society
Telephone: 01978 761523
Website: Hope & Caergwrle Heritage and Conservation Society
- The Society was established in 2001 and was initially closely linked with Castell Alun High School. It developed numerous award-winning projects which involved young people in raising the profile of the local heritage. Since 2011 it has branched out to engage members of the wider community and has been particularly associated with the HLF-funded project to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War with the booklet ‘Hope Parish Remembers’.
Mold Church Historical Society
Mold, Flintshire CH7 1AP UK
Telephone: 01352 755437
Website: Mold Church Historical Society
- We are a general Historical group with a keen interest in Church affairs. We have an annual speaker on Religious subjects. The Society visits places of Religious interest, and those of a more general nature (stately homes, etc).
Mostyn History Preservation Society
Website: Mostyn History Preservation Society
- The Society endeavours to preserve and promote the heritage of Mostyn. This is made possible by utilizing the Society archive which comprises photographic, film, and print media together with items that illustrate the history of Mostyn in a more tactile way.
- Northop Heritage Group is a small group of Northop residents that exists to promote the unique heritage within and around the village of Northop.
Rhydymwyn Valley History Society
The Visitor Centre
17 Nant Alyn Road
Rhydymwyn, Flintshire CH7 5HQ UK
Telephone: 01352 781129
Website: Rhydymwyn Valley History Society
- The Rhydymwyn Valley History Society was founded in May 2008 and its core interest is the operation of the Valley Works at Rhydymwyn and the involvement of Tube Alloys in the site. It is a story of over 2,200 people in wartime directed labour, and billeting, the enfranchisement of female labour, the involvement of common people in a worthy, but distasteful, duty.
Rhyl History Club
Ednyfed Meeting Room
Rhyl Community Fire Station
15 Rhyl Coast Road
Rhyl, Denbighshire LL18 3PG UK
Telephone: 01745 591281/354593
Website: Rhyl History Club
- The club was founded in 1982 to promote interest in, and study of, the town's history.
Saltney and Saltney Ferry Local History Group
St David's High School
Saltney, Flintshire UK
Telephone: 01244 682901
Email #2: email@example.com
Website: Saltney and Saltney Ferry Local History Group
- The society, which was established in 1986, is the go-to place for historical information and photographs regarding the border town.
- The principal objects of the Society are to promote and heighten awareness of all aspects of archaeological and historical interest in the area and to execute programmes of fieldwork, study, and archaeology in the region.