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From: "Pam and Paul Gray" <>
Subject: RE: [CHS] Visit to Cheshire
Date: Mon, 20 Mar 2006 22:56:31 -0000
You will find the following Parish Records at Nantwich Library,
Parish Records held at Nantwich Library on Film/Fiche and they are open on
Saturdays from 9:30 til 1pm
Acton, St. MaryMarriages1653-1858
Audlem, St. JamesMarriages1557-1923
Baddiley, St. MichaelBaptisms1579-1813, 1813-1980
Church wardens accounts1622-1780
Settlement & Removal Certificates 1704-1842
St. Mary & St. Michael
Marbury, St. MichaelMarriages1538-1647, 1661-1952
Wrenbury, St MargaretBaptisms1593-1882
Marriages1593- 1754, 1754-1884
Nantwich, Unitarian ChapelBaptisms25.3.1894 - 30.8.1953
Burials14.9.1893 - 6.6.1900
(At Nantwich Cemetery)
Nantwich, St Anne RCBaptisms20.9.1868 - 28.9.1907
Baptisms16.1.1907 - 18.9.1963
(including Polish Camp, Doddington Park
Marriages18.6.1869 - 21.2.1939
Burials10.12.1868 - 13.3.1966
As for Bunbury, Crewe Library have a copy of these on film, going back to
1559. According to a list from Crewe Library they also have Wistaston St.
Mary's from 1572 to 1945, although I don't remember seeing them when I last
went in February.
Crewe Library is open 9:30 till 4pm on Saturday see
http://www.cheshire.gov.uk/Library/ for further contact details as it would
be best to reserve a reader. I have not used the Nantwich readers, but Crewe
has 2 film readers, 1 manual and one powered with large screen.
Hope this is helpful.
From: Charles Hancock [mailto:]
Sent: 19 March 2006 16:32
Subject: [CHS] Visit to Cheshire
I'm going to be visiting Nantwich, Wistaston and Bunbury churches this
weekend. I've not done this before on family history matters.
Does anyone have any suggestions? Would I be able to look at the parish
registers? Someone has suggested that I contact the vicar first but none
yet returned my calls.
Any ideas appreciated.
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