RHUTHUN LOCAL HISTORY BROADSHEET
This was published quarterly by the Coelion Trust and edited by A, Fletcher, P. Randall, and D. Williams, from Plas Tirion, Well Street, Ruthin, between 1985 and 2002, amounting to some 70 editions.
The Local History Society, in trying to save these articles for posterity, intends to upload the entire output to this site, as far as technology will permit. Articles will be published as they were written, though the font and layout will be altered to suit the website. This means that some articles contain information which is now thought to be incorrect, but out of respect to the authors these are left as they were written.
Articles will be added gradually as they become available. Those we now have are shown on the list below.
A click on the Broadsheet number will open it.
Broadsheet No. 1 March 1985 Bygone Well Street: Ruthin in the Mid-19th century: Ffynnon Sarah: The Ship Inn.
Broadsheet No. 2 June 1985 A Clwyd Man at the funeral of Emperor Charles V: Edmund de Grey: Rev. E.L. Barnwell, Head of Ruthin School.
Broadsheet No. 3 September 1985 Plas Newydd, Llanfwrog: Well Street part 2.
Broadsheet No. 4 December 1985 Christ's Hospital, Ruthin : Ruthin Cricket Club : Postal Services : Well Street part 3 : The Wealth of the de Greys
Broadsheet No. 5 March 1986 Local Football : Ruthin's Postal Past : Castle Street part 1.
Broadsheet No. 6 June 1986 Clwydian Saints : The Cocoa Rooms : Castle Street Part 2 : Ruthin's Postal Past (postscript) : Pont Rhydycilgwyn
Broadsheet No. 7 September 1986 Ruthin Fire Brigade part 1 : Nantclwyd House (now known as Nantclwyd y Dre): Ruthin Races
Broadsheet No. 8 December 1986 Plygain (Christmas past) : Ruthin Fire Brigade part 2 : Music at St. Peter's : Clwyd Street part 1.
Broadsheet No. 9 March 1987 Isaac Clarke - Ruthin Printer : Firemen's Helmets : Early Local gavernment in Denbighshire : Clwyd Street part 2.
Broadsheet No.10 June 1987 Ruthin Gaol : Election reform 1868 : Murder! : Clwyd Street part 3
Broadsheet No. 11 September 1987 Cerrig to Ruthin with the Ruthin Soda Water Company (a tale of survival): The Quaker Baker : Brynhyfryd Chapel
of Ease : Clwyd Street part 4.
Broadsheet No. 12 December 1987 Ffynogion : Ruthin Charity School : Christmas 1863 : Clwyd Street part 5 : Hard Times - Hubert van Herkomen : PSs to Quaker Baker and Ruthin Reformer.(previous issues)
Broadsheet No. 13 March 1988 The Welsh Bible - Ruthin cleric commemorated : Chief Constable Denman : Mill Street part 1 : Dark Age Quest
Broadsheet No. 14 June 1988 Ruthin's Town halls : Ruthin's Organs : Mill Street part 2
Broadsheet No. 15 September 1988 Ruthin's Printers : Traditional; Fairs : Upper Clwyd Street
Broadsheet No. 16 December 1988 Moyle's Mill : James Maurice (part 1) : Early telephones : St. Peter's Square part 1
Broadsheet No. 17 March 1989 John Puleston, Ruthinite at Gettysburg : James Maurice part 2 : Archaeology in Ruthin : St. Peter's Square part 2.
Broadsheet No. 18 June 1989 Ruthin men at Waterloo : Furness Williams, Tenor Extraordinaire : James Maurice part 3 : St. Peter's Square part 3.
Broadsheet No. 19 September 1989 Traders and Tokens : Robert Roberts 1834-1885 : St. Peter's Square part 4 , The Myddleton Arms
Broadsheet No. 20 December 1989 Archdeacon Richard Newcome : Gawen Goodman - A Horse! A Horse! : St. Peter's Square part 5
Broadsheet No. 21 March 1990 Arrival of the Railway : The Lady of Charlecott : St. Peter's Square part 6, The Old Courthouse
Broadsheet No. 22 June 1990 The Flying Stones : 'Slogger Williams' and Rugby School : St. Peter's Square part 7, Exmewe Hall : Bygone Ruthin
Broadsheet No. 23 September 1990 This issue was devoted to various aspects of St. Peter's Church.
Broadsheet No. 24 December 1990 'Eight penn'oth of news' : The Font at Jesus Chapel : Parliamentary election 1868 : Llwyn Ynn - a lost house.
Broadsheet No. 25 March 1991 The King, Parliament, The Salisburys and the Thelwalls : Sussing out the Census : Pont y Gof or Nantclwyd Hall
Broadsheet No. 26 June 1991 Roofs of St, Peters (cont.) : Putting Ruthin on the Nap : Plas Enion
Broadsheet No. 27 September 1991 .From Pump to Pipe (Ruthin's Water Supply) Part 1 : Roofs of St, Peters (cont.) : Coed Marchan
Broadsheet No. 28 December 1991 Portrait of two Artists : .From Pump to Pipe (Ruthin's Water Supply) Part 2 : Bathafarn
Broadsheet No. 29 March 1992 Ruthin Castle Estate Accounts 1852-1858 : 'To the Pious and Immortal Memory', celebrating St. David's Day 1872 : From Pump to Pipe (Ruthin's Water Supply) Part 3 : Plas yn Llan, Efenechtyd
Broadsheet No. 30 June 1992 The Joseph Peers Memorial : From Pump to Pipe (Ruthin's Water Supply) Part 4 : Roofs of St, Peters (cont.) : Plas y
Broadsheet No. 31 September 1992 A conspicuous encounter during the agricultural depression : The Borough of Ruthin in the 1830s Part 1 : Pool Park
Broadsheet No. 32 December 1992 The Parks and Forests of the Lordship of Ruthin Part 1 : The Borough of Ruthin in the 1830s Part 2 : Rhydwrial
Broadsheet No. 33 March 1993 The Parks and Forests of the Lordship of Ruthin Part 2 : The West Family of Ruthin Castle Part 1 : Glan Hesbin
Broadsheet No. 34 June 1993 Roofs of St, Peter's Part 5 : The West Family of Ruthin Castle Part 2 : Murder! : A crime and its punishment : Bachymbyd, Rhewl
Broadsheet No. 35 September 1993 Electifying Ruthin : Outbreak of Fever 1871 : Bachymbyd (postscript) : Plas Uchaf, Graigaddwywynt