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Hillforts, cairns and stone circles dot the landscape.

Later fortifications come from the Romans (see Roman Chester and Dark Ages) and the Normans (see Earls of Chester).

Could you want, in those glory days, anything more? Popular opinion beyond the limits of the Principality affirmed that its literature was scanty, that its poetry was more weird than wise, that the eloquence of the pulpit was more extravagant than excellent, and that the inhabitants were more superstitious than intelligent. The honour of planting the British Church has been claimed for St. Peter also, and others among the apostles ; in fact, for not fewer than ten different agents. Until recent times Wales was considered devoid of any special attraction except for the angler and the tourist. So that it is not very difficult to imagine Christian disciples among those traders and soldiers passing across to Britain, who would seize the opportunity to make known to the natives with whom they came in contact the gospel of the grace of God.(Glenn, Family of Griffith of Garn and Plasnewydd in the County of Denbigh, p. (Ormerod, The History of the County Palatine and City of Chester, vol. 687) HONORS: Created Knight Banneret at Touraine, France, ; "in the Church after the King came from Mass, under his banner in the Church". (Griffith, Pedigrees of Anglesey and Carnarvonshire Families, p. 1445 - 1505/6 ), is not always easy to distinguish from his father. (1) Joan Troutbeck , widow of Sir William Butler of Bewsey, Ches. (Glenn, Family of Griffith of Garn and Plasnewydd in the County of Denbigh, p. 4) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Geni has two sets of parents TROUTBECK of Dunham (Sir Knight)1 documents Joan/Jane Troutbeck m. documentation on Edward and Jane/Janet verch Meredydd needed. ; her mother was Margaret , daughter of Sir Thomas Stanley ( c.

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