Discover your ancestors who were buried in Flintshire, Wales. The records may reveal your relative’s age, where and when they were buried, and whether they were buried or cremated.
Each record comprises a transcript and image of the original register. The amount of information listed varies, but the records usually include a combination of the following information about your ancestor:
The image may contain further information. Additional details in the image may include:
Burial or cremation
Flint is a town in the Welsh county of Flintshire. Flint was the county town of Flintshire and is today the third-largest town in the county. While researching your family history it is essential to remember that county and town borders can change. The Flintshire Banns includes the town of Flint, but also towns and parishes across the historic county of Flintshire. The historic county included towns; such as, Rhy, Meliden and Prestatlyn which are now included in the present day Denbighshire. In 1972, local governments in Wales were reorganised by the Local Government (Wales) Act. The County of Flintshire was abolished and consolidated into the County of Clwyd. In 1996 the unitary authorities of Denibighshire and Flintshire were created.
You will occasionally find the burial of unnamed paupers in burial records. The word pauper has been inserted into the position of first or last name in these records.