The timeline shows the history of Plas Bellin Hall in relation to who has lived there at what point in time. The information was gathered from various websites and the Hawarden Records Offices, the information that was found dated back to 1659. The information was found in different forms such as newspaper
Llinell Amser Etifeddiaeth y Pyrth
Mae’r llinell amser yn dangos hanes Plas Belyn o ran pwy fu’n byw yno ar ba bwynt mewn amser. Casglwyd y wybodaeth o nifer o wefannau amrywiol ac Archifdy Penarlâg, ac mae’r wybodaeth a ganfuwyd yn dyddio’n ôl i 1659. Canfuwyd y wybodaeth mewn gwahanol ffurfiau fel papurau newydd.
Owen Jones leaves £10 to both Mistress Catherine Humphries, daughter of Master Edward Humphries, and Master Edward Humphries of Plas Belin.
Mention of Edward Humphreys gent, of Plas Belyn, County Flint.
Plas Bellin mentioned in Lloyds Parochialia.
James Wills died, grandfather of James Wills of Plas Bellin.
James Wills of Plas Bellin married Lucretia Ann Kingsley on 23rd November. Lucretia was the Aunt of author Charles Kingsley.
Lucretia Wills, daughter of James and Lucretia Wills, marries William Burleigh esq of Carrickfergus.
James Wills of Plas Bellin Sheriff of Flintshire.
Dr George and Charles Kingsley staying in Flintshire, possibly Plas Bellin, with relatives.
Census records of those living at Plas Bellin, main household; James Wills (78), Lucretia Ann (66) and Charlotte (36).
7th October Lucretia Ann Wills, wife of James Wills dies aged 68.
Death of James Wills esq aged 82.
Robert Wills of Plas Bellin appointed Sheriff of Flintshire.
Census records of those living at Plas Bellin, main household; Robert Wills (50) and Bella Wills (53).
Census records of those living at Plas Bellin, main household; Robert Wills (60) and Bella Wills (62).
Major John William Charlton born on 25th October 1872.
15th January 1877 Bella Wills, wife of Robert Wills dies.
Plas Bellin listed as a registered collieries.
Census records of those living at Plas Bellin, main household; Robert Wills (70) and Helen Wills (47).
List of Acting Magistrates in the county of Flint, Robert Wills of Plas Bellin.
Robert Wills dies 4th September.
The will of Robert Wills is read.
John William Charlton marries Gwendoline Mary Owen.
John Roger Owen Charlton born.
Census records of those living at Plas Bellin, main household; John William Charlton (38), Gwendoline Mary Owen-Charlton (31), John Roger Owen-Charlton (4) and Perenna Isabel Charlton (1).
John William Charlton and John Roger Owen Charlton return to Liverpool on board the Oroya from Coronel, Chile.
27th September John Roger Owen Charlton awarded Military Cross.
29th May John Roger Owen-Charlton died on war service
28th July John William Charlton dies.
21st January, Plas Bellin is listed as a Grade II building.
Plas Bellin, derelict site, is leased from the British Coal Board at the cost of £3,250p.a. for Save The Family.
The campaign for Plas Bellin gets enough funding to begin renovations.
Plas Bellin is made habitable and the first families begin moving in.
Plas Bellin is purchased outright by the Save The Family for £85,000.
The long barn cottages on the Plas Bellin site are converted into five two-bedroom cottages, a studio flat, two meeting rooms and a laundry.
An appeal to the Chester Business Park raises over £150,000 towards a Children's Centre at Plas Bellin where the children can do their homework, catch up on missed schooling, have a quiet / light room to escape to and a nursery for the babies and toddlers. Together with STF's second lottery grant a 4-bed and two 3-bed flats are also built. This creates two squares at Plas Bellin - Chapel Court and Dream Square
The main house at Plas Bellin is refurbished thanks to the third Lottery grant (from the Community Fund) for £321,000. This creates nine en-suite bedrooms, each with their own kitchen downstairs, and a shared lounge and dining room. It includes an Adult Training Centre that provides daily courses and tuition in relationships, literacy, numeracy, cookery and crafts.
The Morgan Mews Cottages are built thanks to a donation of £100,000 from the Morgan Foundation.
Thanks to a huge legacy from the late Joan Boswell, the Joan Boswell Hall is built at Plas Bellin, converted from an open Dutch Barn. At nearly £500,000 this is the largest gift the organisation has received. The new hall provides a unique innovative project for the young homeless people at PB and resettled in the community. This includes music, dance, sport, art and its own theatre company 'All as One' to build the self-confidence and life opportunities of the young people.
Gwendolene Nancy Charlton (Beazley) age 91, daughter of John William Charlton of Plas Bellin dies.