Ordnance Survey reference SJ 491392.
The parish church was originally a brick-built barn, which was converted to a church in 1836 by adding north and south transepts. It was further improved and extended in 1863, and was consecrated on 22 November 1863.
The church, which is dedicated to the Holy Trinity, was at one time known as New Fens Chapel.
The Clwyd FHS website has a photograph of the church.
"Welsh Church Commission - County of Flint - The Statistics of the Nonconformist Churches for 1905" lists the following nonconformist places of worship in the Civil parish of "Bronington":
The following Parish Registers have been deposited in the Flintshire Record Office, Hawarden. They may be viewed on microfilm at the Flintshire Record Office, the Denbighshire Record Office, Ruthin, and the National Library of Wales. These microfilms are not available elsewhere.
1837 - 1972
1852 - 1970
1837 - 1921
No Bishop's Transcripts have been deposited.
There are no official I.G.I. entries for Holy Trinity, Bronington.
When Civil Registration was introduced (on 1 July 1837), the parish of Bronington was assigned to the No. 2 ("Hanmer") sub-district of the Ellesmere Registration District, which was co-extensive with the Ellesmere poor law Union.
In the GRO indexes to civil registration, entries for Bronington are in the format :
Years 1837 - 1851: xx. nnn
Years 1851 - 1930: xx. nnn
(GRO index references have no relevance at the local Superintendent Registrar's Office)