Cheshire History is the journal of new work relating to the history and archaeology of the ancient and modern county of Cheshire. It is published by the Cheshire Local History Association and appears as a single annual edition. The most recent edition is priced at £9.50. Earlier editions 50p- £5.00.
Latest edition (No.63), content includes: Obituary: Alex Cowan; Select Documents for Local and Family Historians in the Cheshire Quarter Sessions files, 1571 to 1616: Part Two [with summary for 1606-07] (Paul Booth); The Comberbach Family in Chester, 1680s to 1780s (Tom Welsh); A Disputed Will: The Case of Charles Whittingham of Over (Tony Bostock); John Twemlow of Hatherton: the Legacy of a Fraudster (Jonathan Pepler); Marple’s First Historian: Joel Wainwright, 1831-1916 (Geoff Higgins); Rural Outposts of the Established Church: Mission Rooms and Halls in South-West Cheshire, 1880s to 1990s (David Hayns); Edward Cox’s ‘Tumulus’ at Storeton, Wirral (Rowan Patel) Sir Marmaduke Langdale’s Road to Rowton Moor and the Phantom Bridge of Boats (Bob Burgess); Recent Work on Cheshire History: a Select Bibliography…..plus several book reviews and notes on the contributors