A SCRAPBOOK OF CHESHIRE

1374 Photographs and commentary on 123 Historic Sites in Cheshire
together with Social History in the Georgian period and family history


by Craig Thornber

Cheshire Sign

  

Acton Goostrey  Nantwich, Town Centre
Adlington Hall Grappenhall           Nether Alderley    
Alderley Edge   Great Barrow New Brighton
Aldford                 Great Budworth North Rode
Altrincham Harthill Northwich
Anderton Boat Lift High Legh Norton Priory   
Appleton Thorn Hilbre Island     Over & Winsford     
Arley Green Holford Hall near Plumley Over Peover    
Astbury Holmes Chapel Parkgate     
Audlem Hulme Hall near Allostock Peckforton   
Backford Hyde in Tameside Plemstall
Barthomley      Ince near Stanlow Pott Shrigley    
Bebington Knutsford      Prestbury     
Beeston Castle Leasowe Castle      Pulford    
Birtles Little Budworth    Quarry Bank Mill, Styal    
Bosley Little Moreton Hall    Rode Hall
Bramall Hall     Lower Peover      Rostherne
Brereton    Lower Withington Sandbach Crosses    
Bunbury Lyme Park Sandbach Churches
Burton Lymm Sandbach town centre
Byley    Macclesfield 1 The Town Centre    Shocklach     
Capesthorne Hall Macclesfield 2 The Town Centre Shotwick    
Chadkirk Chapel      Macclesfield 3. Halls Siddington  
Cheadle Macclesfield 4. The Canal       Stalybridge    
Chelford Macclesfield 5. Christ Church Stockport
Cholmondeley Castle                          Macclesfield 6. St. Michael's, Exterior & Nave     Stockton Heath
Christleton     Macclesfield 7. St. Michael's, Savage Chapel Stretton
Church Lawton    Macclesfield 8. Nonconformist Chapels Swettenham    
Church Minshull    Macclesfield 9. Some Macclesfield Mills   Tabley House
Congleton    Macclesfield Forest: Forest Chapel & Jenkin Chapel Tarporley
Cranage Hall Malpas Tarvin    
Daresbury   Marbury-cum-Quoisley    Tattenhall   
Davenham Marbury Hall Tatton Park
Dean Row Chapel    Marple Thornton-le-Moors & Stoak
Delamere Marton  Tilston    
Dorfold Hall    Mellor Walton Hall & Higher Walton
Dukinfield, Tameside Middlewich Wilmslow
Dunham Massey Mobberley Withington
Eccleston Mottram-in-Longdendale Wrenbury
Farndon     Mow Cop Wybunbury
Frodsham Nantwich, St. Mary's    Wythenshawe Hall
Gawsworth Nantwich, Holly Holy Day  

 

Special Events in Cheshire

Cheshire Show 2009

1940s Re-Enactment at Tatton Park

Medieval Fayre at Tatton Park

Cheshire Show 2012

 


SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE LATE 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURIES

Men of Property and Status: Gentry Families in Cheshire
Men of Ideas and Action: Entrepreneurs and Scientists in the North West

 

 

A SHORT BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CHESHIRE HISTORY

 

 

 

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Please note that I do not do contract genealogical research.  The information I show on land owning families in Cheshire is taken only
from 19th century county histories.  If you need more information on these families you will need to do your own research.

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