A History of Henfryn Hall and Mia Hall
compiled by Jeremy Platt in Australia - updated December 2010
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Henfryn Hall, near Trelawnyd and Dyserth

Henfryn Hall

Photographs taken at Mia Hall in 1953, when it was a school. For more information see the Old Photo Galleries

Henfryn Hall, near Trelawnyd and Dyserth

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Joseph Hemelryk moved to Henfryn Hall as a baby in 1912 and lived there for several years.

He died in WW2 and received the Military Cross. He is buried in Holten Canadian War Cemetery, Overijssel, Holland and his name appears on the Trelawnyd War Memorial in the grounds of the village hall.


For his story, compiled by Jeremy Platt, click on the photo.

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Henfryn - Major Joseph Hemelryk MC.pdf

Major Joseph Hemelryk MC

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