Remains of at least six bodies found at historic Anglesey church

Remains of at least six bodies found at historic Anglesey church
 

The remains of at least six bodies have been found under the floorboards of a historic church on Anglesey.
The human remains were found as part of a project to restore a world-renowned and rare 14th century stone tomb at St Gredifael’s Church, Penmynydd.
But experts believe that at least another half a dozen bodies are buried there.
The historically important church is home to a 14th Century alabaster tomb chest belonging to Gronw Fychan and his wife Myfanwy, ancestors of the Tudor royal dynasty who had strong links to Anglesey.
The discovery of the bones was made during the replacement of... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 31
Source: Daily Post
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