We have genealogists who perform in-depth research in the Cheshire County Archives in England.
Cheshire is also known as the County Palatine of Chester, and archaically, as the County of Chester (Ches.).
Cheshire is a ceremonial county in England, sitting between the West Midlands and the North West. The western edge of the county forms part of England’s border with Wales. Cheshire’s county town is the city of Chester, although the largest town since county boundary changes in 1974 is Warrington (moved from Lancashire for administrative purposes in 1974).
This archive contains records for Cheshire including Cheshire east, Cheshire West, Chester, Halton, and Warrington.
- Cheshire Extracted Parish Records
- Cheshire Workhouse Records 1781-1910
- Registers of Chester Cathedral, 1687-1812
- Bishop’s Transcripts of the Parish baptisms
- Bishop’s Transcripts of the Parish marriages
- Bishop’s Transcripts of the Parish burials
- Chester wills and probate records
- Church of England Parish baptisms
- Church of England Parish marriages
- Church of England Parish burials
- Electoral registers
- Marriage licence bonds and allegations
- Non-Conformist and Roman Catholic baptisms
- Non-Conformist and Roman Catholic marriages
- Non-Conformist and Roman Catholic burials
- Workhouse registers