A transcription of the grave register instead of the memorial inscriptions. As such  it includes names for unmarked graves as well as marked ones.



This was the first project undertaken by the newly formed Dukinfield Group of the Family History Society of Cheshire. Originally it was only to be a survey of the grave yard and a record of the Monumental Inscriptions therein. However the Chapel Council granted unrestricted access to the Chapel Records and so it was decided to include as much reference material as could possibly be squeezed onto a single CD.

As well as the Monumental Inscriptions this includes searchable copies of the various books covering the history of the Chapel and its Sunday school. One of these books ‘Old Chapel and the Unitarian Story’ will be of particular interest to anyone who wishes to learn more about Unitarianism.

Also included are indexed photographic records of the Interment Books 1780-1998 and the Grave Records for the same period together with photographs of both inside and outside the Chapel. In total this download contains over 3000 pages.

The Group is grateful to the Chapel Council for their help and cooperation with this project.



A collection of transcriptions from two small Methodist Chapels


A searchable transcription and index of over 500 graves.



A collection of transcriptions from the above with index


A collection of transcriptions from :

- St Christopher (Pott Shrigley)

- Salesian Missionary College Cemetery in the grounds of Shrigley Hall


The cemetery at St George's church in Poynton has over 2000 graves with the earliest being 1840.

The download has a brief history of the church, plans, indexes and inscriptions.



St Peter's Church is the parish church of Prestbury, Cheshire, England. It is probably the fourth church on the site. The third, the Norman Chapel, stands in the churchyard. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building. The Norman Chapel, the lychgate and west wall, the Hearse House, and the sundial in the churchyard are listed at Grade II. It is a Church of England parish church in the diocese of Chester, the archdeaconry of Macclesfield and the deanery of Macclesfield. 

Transcribed by the Macclesfield Ferrets 1990-­‐1994 with Owen’s transcript 1880s


The MI for :

- Holy Trinity Church

- Methodist Chapel

- Hough Hole House Burial Ground

- The Pleasance Burial Ground

which are all in the area of Rainow


An extended version of a lecture provided by the Rev. William Sutcliffe (incumbent of Bosley) in 1865.


The objective of the author was to provide the parishioners of Bosley with a history of their parish and the immediate neighbourhood from the Norman Conquest.


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