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  • St Baglan Church, Llanfaglen, Caernarfon (5/8/2017) - I haven’t blogged much lately, because I’m writing a new book (details to follow!), but the very nice weather drew me out today to explore a church I’ve not seen before. It required crossing the… More
  • On The Trail of Edward Greenly (1/8/2017) - One thing leads to another. While working on the new section of my Anglesey History website on Prehistoric Monuments I wanted to compare the geology of one site to the types of stone that were used to… More
  • Surprises in Llanddyfnan (11/11/2016) - It was a clear, frosty morning, and I was thinking of standing stones. A couple of days previously I had driven over to Holy Island, aiming to clear my mind of the recent American election… More
  • The Irishman in Church Island Cemetery (10/30/2016) - When visiting historic churches, I always have a wander around the cemetery, looking at inscriptions old and new. I often wonder what this person was like, or how that person lived their life. Occasionally, the… More
  • History of the House in the Marsh (10/1/2016) - Most history about buildings is written about large and interesting houses, churches, castles, shops and other places. However, sometimes the history of small, remote and obscure dwellings can be just as intriguing. One of my favourite… More
  • An Iron Age Tardis? Bryn Eryr roundhouses at St. Fagans (9/20/2016) - It’s bigger on the inside than it appears from outside, and it lets you travel back in time, like Dr. Who’s Tardis. That was my first thought when I ducked through the low entrance into… More
  • Bodior Tide Mill (9/5/2016) - After visiting Bodior house, a smaller group of Anglesey Antiquarian Society members walked across a couple of fields in the rain to the shore of Holy Island. Our goal was to see the Bodior Tide… More
  • Visit to Bodior House with AAS (9/4/2016) - Yesterday saw a good turnout for the Anglesey Antiquarian Society’s last excursion for 2016.These trips are always interesting; visiting historic sites around the island, often places that you wouldn’t normally be able to access. The tours are… More
  • Welcome to the Anglesey History blog (9/4/2016) - Welcome to the Anglesey History blog. I’m Warren Kovach, and I’ve developed the Anglesey History web site over the past 20 years. The site started with pages about the Menai Strait bridges and the natural history of… More

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