A huge publication of details from Runcorn and Halton Cemeteries plus rare data on cremations across many local crematorium and ones from wider a field for local people.

It totals in excess of 900 pages and hence the price.


A collection of transcriptions from:

- St John the Baptist (Saltersford)

- Errwood Hall

- 2 roadside memorial stones for Walter Smith and John Turner


A collection of transcriptions from two Saughall Chapels:

- Grove Chapel

- Methodist Chapel


A useful publication that includes an index to the burial registers as well as transcriptions of the memorials.


A small graveyard of in the grounds of the chapel at Capesthorne Hall including a history of the chapel.

Also the graveyard at Siddington All Saints with 360 gravestones.


St Giles Cemetery. Here stood the leper hospital and chapel of St Giles. Founded early in the 12th century and endowed by successive Norman earls of Chester they remained in constant use until 1643. The cemetery remained to mark the site and in time the little village of Spital Boughton clustered around it. In 1644 the royalist defenders suffered great loss of life in a gallant sortie in Boughton and many of the fallen were buried here. Being extra parochial the site was granted to the corporation by Charles II in 1685. The last burial took place in 1854.


A transcription and index of the graves in the Old St George's Churchyard in Stalybridge.

Further information, a hand written  transcription and burial records can be found at:





St Thomas was built between 1822 and 1825.

This transcription was undertaken in 1919 and has a mixture of handwritten and typed entries.


Transcriptions, plans and index to the churchyard memorials



A collection of transcriptions from:

- St James (Sutton)

- Langley Methodist Chapel


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