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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A publication published as a History of Macclesfield but it also contains briefer histories of:

- Congleton

- Knutsford

- Stockport

- Buxton

- Leek

It slso contains a list of the subscribers who made the publication of the book possible.

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This publication was created in 1999 by the Norhwich Group of the FHSC.

It contains a graveyard map, transcriptions from all the graves on that date and a index to the inscriptions.

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A publication produced to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the church in 1967.

It contains a short history of the church, images, a graveyard plan, an index to the MI and the inscriptions themselves.

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An unusual miscellany of newspaper articles recording the death of persons who originated in Cheshire but passed away overseas.

It is searchable by surname.

It is provided free of charge for an initial period to demonstrate how the shop works.

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This is the 10th edition of Kelly's Directory of Cheshire.

It contains according to the preface:

"Every parish in the county is included in the book, which, although primarily a directory, is also in some measure a gazeteer, giving as it does a topographical account of every Town, Parish, Village and Township, and descriptions of the principal buildings and objects of interest."

The directory lists principle private residents as well as a trade directory.

A period colour map of Cheshire is also included.

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Transcriptions of the memorial Inscriptions of the following churches:-

  • Altrincham, St George
  • Ashton upon Mersey, St Martin
  • Carrington, St George
  • Dunham town – St Mark village graveyard
  • Hale Barns Unitarian Church
  • Knutsford, St Cross
  • Knutsford - Toft, St John the Evangelist
  • Lymm, St Mary the Virgin
  • Northenden, St Wilfred
  • Partington, St Mary
  • Ringway, St Mary & All Saints
  • Rostherne, St Mary
  • Rostherne with Bollington, Holy Trinity
  • Timperley, Christ Church
  • Warburton, St Werburgh

This includes a complete index of the names in all the graveyards which shows the name, date of death, age and place of burial – each name has a grave index.

Most have photographs of the churches and plans of the graveyard.

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An index to the fiche of Monumental Inscriptions that have been prepared by the Family history of Cheshire

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A transcription of the Memorial Inscriptions of the stones in the graveyard

  • A transcription of the Burial Register in burial, grave, name and register order
  • A plan of the chapel
  • A copy of the centenary souvenir 1989

Completed 2010

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St Peter MI’s and Pew Allotments

  • A transcription of the Memorial Inscriptions of all sections of the graveyard
  • A transcription of the Memorial Inscriptions inside the Church
  • Plans of the graveyard sections
  • A transcription of the pew allotments 1766 and 1840
  • Photographs

Final part completed 2012

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Holy Trinity Mossley MI’s and Grave Register

  • A transcription of the Memorial Inscriptions inside and outside the Church
  • A transcription of the grave register both in the numerical order of the graves and alphabetical order of the names of the deceased
  • Plans of the location of the MI’s
  • A list of incumbents 1845 – 2000
  • Photographs

Completed August 2003

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St Johns Buglawton MI’s and Burial Register

  • A transcription of the Memorial Inscriptions inside and outside the Church
  • A transcription of the Burial Register October 1839 – May 1939
  • Plans of the positions of the MI’s
  • Photographs

Completed August 2002

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St Stephens

  • · A transcription of the Memorial Inscriptions inside and out
  • · A transcription of the burial register
  • · Some photographs of the church and church yard

Completed 2001

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 Chadkirk Chapel is a redundant chapel near Romiley.

It is noted in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building.

This publication has a short history of the chapel which was certainly in existence by 1535.

There is a full transcription of the inscriptions plus an index and a map of the graveyard.

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


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A very full set of data about the parish church of St George dedicated in Carrington on the 1st September 1759.

It contains:

- a history

- images of the church

- plans of the churchyard

- an index of burials from 1760-2005

- an index of baptisms from 1759-1989

- an index of marriages

- MI transcriptions and index 


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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.


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