Category: Cheshire

Cheshire Family History Guide

Cheshire is bounded North by Lancashire, East and South-East by Derbyshire and Staffordshire, South by Shropshire and part of Flintshire, and West by Denbighshire and part of Flintshire. About 58 miles long and 40 broad. There are seven hundreds; namely, Broxton, Bucklow, Eddisbury, Macclesfield, Nantwich, Northwich, and Wirral. Rivers: the Dee, the Weever, and the Mersey. It is in the Province of York and in the Diocese of Chester, and in the North-Wales Circuit. It contains 1052 square miles, or 673,280 acres. Population, 395,560.

Source: Leonard’s Gazetteer of England and Wales; Second Edition; C. W. Leonard, London; 1850.

 

Cheshire Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales Circa 1870

PARISHES IN CHESHIRE

A

B

  • Backford, Cheshire
  • Baddiley, Cheshire
  • Baguley, Cheshire
  • Barnton, Cheshire
  • Barrow, Cheshire
  • Barthomley, Cheshire
  • Bickerton, Cheshire
  • Bidston, Cheshire
  • Birkenhead St Mary, Cheshire
  • Birkenhead Holy Trinity, Cheshire
  • Birtles, Cheshire
  • Bollington, Cheshire
  • Bosley, Cheshire
  • Bowdon, Cheshire
  • Bredbury, Cheshire
  • Brereton cum Smethwick, Cheshire
  • Bromborough, Cheshire
  • Buglawton, Cheshire
  • Bunbury, Cheshire
  • Burleydam, Cheshire
  • Burton, Cheshire
  • Burwardsley, Cheshire
  • Byley, Cheshire

C

  • Capesthorne with Siddington, Cheshire
  • Carrington, Cheshire
  • Castle Hall, Cheshire
  • Chadkirk, Cheshire
  • Cheadle, Cheshire
  • Chelford, Cheshire
  • Chester, Cheshire
    • Chester Castle, Cheshire
    • Chester Cathedral, Cheshire
    • Chester Cathedral Church Precinct, Cheshire
    • Chester Christ Church, Cheshire
    • Chester Holy Trinity, Cheshire
    • Chester Little St John, Cheshire
    • Chester St Bridget and St Martin, Cheshire
    • Chester St John the Baptist, Cheshire
    • Chester St Mary on the Hill, Cheshire
    • Chester St Michael with St Olave, Cheshire
    • Chester St Oswald, Cheshire
    • Chester St Paul, Cheshire
    • Chester St Peter, Cheshire
  • Christleton, Cheshire
  • Church Hulme, Cheshire
  • Church Lawton, Cheshire
  • Church Minshull, Cheshire
  • Claverton, Cheshire
  • Coddington, Cheshire
  • Congleton, Cheshire
    • Congleton St Peter, Cheshire
    • Congleton St James, Cheshire
    • Congleton St Stephen, Cheshire
  • Coppenhall, Cheshire

D

  • Dane Bridge, Cheshire
  • Daresbury, Cheshire
  • Davenham, Cheshire
  • Delamere, Cheshire
  • Disley, Cheshire
  • Doddington, Cheshire
  • Dodleston, Cheshire
  • Dukinfield St Mark, Cheshire
  • Dukinfield St John the Evangelist, Cheshire

E

F

G

  • Gawsworth, Cheshire
  • Godley cum Newton Green, Cheshire
  • Goostrey, Cheshire
  • Grappenhall, Cheshire
  • Great Budworth, Cheshire
  • Great Stanney, Cheshire
  • Guilden Sutton, Cheshire

H

  • Halton, Cheshire
  • Handley, Cheshire
  • Hartford, Cheshire
  • Harthill, Cheshire
  • Haslington, Cheshire
  • Henbury, Cheshire
  • Heswall, Cheshire
  • High Legh, Cheshire
  • Hoose, Cheshire
  • Hurdsfield, Cheshire
  • Hyde, Cheshire
  • Hyde St George, Cheshire

I

K

L

  • Latchford St James, Cheshire
  • Leighton with Minshull, Cheshire
  • Little Budworth, Cheshire
  • Little Leigh, Cheshire
  • Lostock Gralam, Cheshire
  • Lower Peover, Cheshire
  • Lower Whitley, Cheshire
  • Lymm, Cheshire

M

N

  • Nantwich, Cheshire
  • Neston, Cheshire
  • Nether Bebington, Cheshire
  • Nether Peover, Cheshire
  • Newton in Mottram, Cheshire
  • Norbury, Cheshire
  • Norley, Cheshire
  • North Rode, Cheshire
  • Northenden, Cheshire

O

  • Over, Cheshire
  • Over Peover, Cheshire

P

  • Plemstall, Cheshire
  • Portwood, Cheshire
  • Pott Shrigley, Cheshire
  • Poynton with Worth, Cheshire
  • Prestbury, Cheshire
  • Prior’s Heys, Cheshire
  • Pulford, Cheshire

R

  • Rainow, Cheshire
  • Ringway, Cheshire
  • Rock Ferry, Cheshire
  • Rostherne, Cheshire
  • Runcorn, Cheshire
  • Runcorn Holy Trinity, Cheshire
  • Runcorn Weston St John, Cheshire

S

  • Sandbach, Cheshire
  • Seacombe, Cheshire
  • Shocklach, Cheshire
  • Shotwick, Cheshire
  • Shotwick Park, Cheshire
  • Smallwood, Cheshire
  • Spital Boughton, Cheshire
  • Stalybridge St Paul, Cheshire
  • Stanlow, Cheshire
  • Stoak, Cheshire
  • Stockport St Mary, Cheshire
  • Stockport St Matthew, Cheshire
  • Stockport St Peter, Cheshire
  • Stockport St Thomas, Cheshire
  • Stockton Heath, Cheshire
  • Stretton, Cheshire
  • Sutton, Cheshire
  • Sutton St George, Cheshire
  • Swettenham, Cheshire

T

  • Tarporley, Cheshire
  • Tarvin, Cheshire
  • Tattenhall, Cheshire
  • Taxal, Cheshire
  • Thelwall, Cheshire
  • Thornton le Moors, Cheshire
  • Threapwood, Cheshire
  • Thurstaston, Cheshire
  • Tilston, Cheshire
  • Tilstone Fearnall, Cheshire
  • Tintwistle, Cheshire
  • Tranmere, Cheshire

U

  • Upton, Cheshire
  • Upton by Birkenhead, Cheshire

W

  • Wallasey, Cheshire
  • Warburton, Cheshire
  • Warmingham, Cheshire
  • Waverton, Cheshire
  • Weaverham, Cheshire
  • Werneth, Cheshire
  • Kirby, West, Cheshire
  • Weston, Cheshire
  • Wettenhall, Cheshire
  • Wheelock, Cheshire
  • Whitchurch, Cheshire
  • Whitegate, Cheshire
  • Willington, Cheshire
  • Wilmslow, Cheshire
  • Wincle, Cheshire
  • Wistaston, Cheshire
  • Witton, Cheshire
  • Woodchurch, Cheshire
  • Woodhead, Cheshire
  • Wrenbury, Cheshire
  • Wybunbury, Cheshire
Church Lawton Cheshire Family History Guide

Church Lawton Cheshire Family History Guide

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Church Minshull Cheshire Family History Guide

Church Minshull Cheshire Family History Guide

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Claverton Cheshire Family History Guide

Claverton Cheshire Family History Guide

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Coddington Cheshire Family History Guide

Coddington Cheshire Family History Guide

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Macclesfield St Michael, Cheshire Family History Guide

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Macclesfield Christ Church, Cheshire Family History Guide

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Macclesfield St Peter, Cheshire Family History Guide

Macclesfield St Peter, Cheshire Family History Guide

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