Holywell , a market-town of Flintshire, has an elevated situation, 15 m. NW.
He was born at Gredington, Flintshire, on the 5th of October 1732.
The cathedral of St. Asaph, in Flintshire, might be mentioned in this category as being the smallest cathedral in the country.
It has been recorded from Pembrokeshire and Flintshire, in Wales.
Nicholas Lloyd, an eminent divine, and philological writer, was born in Flintshire in 1634.
Bronwylfa, near St. Asaph, in Flintshire, became the residence of her family.
Holywell, a town in Flintshire, with a large cotton-weaving industry, had not been free from a bad kind of typhus for two years.
Henry of Essex's act of cowardice took place in 1157, during an expedition into Flintshire, when the Welsh made a sudden attack.
There is no disturbing renown to be got among the cabins of the Flintshire hills.
Let us now journey westward from the Dee into Wales, coming first into Flintshire.