Frodsham & District Local History group archives List - 1996 onwards

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B 1 Domesday Book - Cheshire & Lancashire
B 2 An Account of the Ancient Town of Frodsham ( (Archive-no. 1-signed copy)) Beamont 1881
B 3 An Account of the Ancient Town of Frodsham ( (Loan copy )) Beamont 1881
B 4 An Account of the Ancient Town of Frodsham( (Loan - photocopy)) Beamont 1881
B 5 Burton in Wirral - A History . Booth, P.H.W. 1984
B 6 Cheshire 1660 - 1780. Restoration to Industrial Revolution Hodson, J. 1978,1660-1780
B 7 Cheshire Bells Part 5 Clarke, J.W. 1956
B 8 Cheshire History ( Volume 10) Autumn 1982
B 9 Cheshire History (Volume 11) Summer 1983
B 10 Cheshire History (Volume 13 ) Spring 1984
B 11 Cheshire History (Volume 14 ) Autumn 1984
B 12 Cheshire History Autumn 1994
B 13 Cheshire Round Magazines (7) 1961 -1967
B 14 Cheshire Village Memories W.I. 1969
B 15
B 16 Cheshire - Origins of N. J. Higham 1993
B 17 Cheshire - Treasures of N. W. Civic Trust
B 18 County of Chester - Frodsham Parish Baptisms Register 1558 -1812
B 19 County of Chester - Frodsham Parish Marriages Register 1558 -1812
B 20 County of Chester - Frodsham Parish Burials Register 1558 -1812
B 21 Daresbury Nuclear Physics Laboratory - A Guide
B 22 Eddisbury Cookery Book
B 23 Frodsham - Babies Welfare Minutes 1939 - 1965
B 24 Frodsham - The Manor and Fields (2) by P.H.W. Booth and Dr. J. P. Dodd 1315 - 1374
B 25 Frodsham & D.L.H.G. Discovering Old Frodsham
B 26 Frodsham & D.L.H.G. Discovering Castle Park (2)
B 27 Frodsham & D.L.H.G. Discovering Frodsham's Old Schools
B 28 Frodsham & D.L.H.G. Discovering Mersey View (2)
B 29 Frodsham & D.L.H.G. Discovering Old Helsby
B 32 Frodsham - Landscape of S. A. Clarke
B 34 Frodsham in Old Picture Postcards (signed copy) Barker, Joe 1983
B 36 Gawsworth - Mary Fitton 1905
B 37 Hartley Brothers , The Sunday School Prize Edward Fletcher 1893
B 38 Historical Atlas of Cheshire, (4 copies) The Sylvester, Dorothy 1958
B 39 History of Cheshire Regiment Crookenden, Arthur 1914 -1918
B 40 Industrial Archaeology(Volume 7 No. 1.) 1970
B 41 Industrial Archaeology(Volume 9 No. 1 ) 1972
B 42 Journal of Industrial Archaeology(Volume 1 No. 1 ) 1964
B 43 Kingsley or King's Meadow. A View of Country Living. L.A. Eaton. 1923 - 1924
B 44 Lancashire Local Historian 1984 , 1986, 1993
B 45 Local Historian Vols 20 21 1990 , 1991
B 46 London Tower of (Souvenir) pre 1971
B 47 Macclesfield - History of Rugby Union Football Club
B 48 Macclesfield - Past, Present, Future
B 49 Manchester - The Centre 1931
B 50 Manchester - Port of
B 51 Manchester - Your city 1838 - 1938
B 52 Manchester Warehouses Ltd - Port of
B 53 Maps for the Local Historian J. B. Harley 1971
B 54 Memories of Newton Hall by Pat Hayes 1946 - 1957
B 55 Picturesque Cheshire( (4th reprint- 1944)) Coward T. A. 1903
B 56 Rating Officers Handbook Shillington C.E. 1927
B 57 Report of Committee appointed by the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board. 1930
B 58 River Mersey, The Freethy, Ron 1985
B 59 Runcorn R. D. C. Building Byelaws 1939
B 60 Trafford Park
B 61 Trafford Park - Where should my factory be?
B 62 War Books - Front Line(Two copies) 1940 - 1941
B 63 War Books - Battle of Britain 1940 - 1941
B 64 War Books - India at War 1940 - 1941
B 65 War Books - Fleet Air Arm 1940 - 1941
B 66 War Books - Battle Photographs 1940 - 1941
B 67 Writing Local History D. Dymond 1981
B 68 W.W.2 Documents concerning hostilities - Poland, Germany and Britai
B 69 Warrington - Roman Excavations at Wilderspool - Cheshire Past No. 4 (2)?

General Archives resumed. 2015 -2016
B 71 Our Cheshire Parishes for 100 Years 1994
B 73 Picturesque Cheshire T. A. Cowards 1993
B 74 Watergate Street; The Rows Research Project Brown, Grenville and Turner
B 75 Doomsday - A Search for Roots of England M Wood 1986
B 76 Manchester Ship Canal. Centenary Souvenir Programme 1894 - 1994
B 77 Old Cheshire Churches Richards 1947
B 78
B 80 Jubilee of County Councils 1889 - 1939
B 81 Portrait of Chester David Bethell
B 82 Liverpool. It all came tumbling down F. O'Connor
B 83 Liverpool Town Hall R. Millington
B 84 Wetlands of Cheshire. North West Survey No.4.
B 85 First 25 years of Frodsham Community Centre and Youth Club 1969-1994
B 86

NEW ADDITIONS SEPTEMBER 1998- SEPTEMBER 2000
B 87 Discovering Local History David Iredale
B 89 A Short History of Lion Saltworks Jonathan Thompson
B 90 Liverpool and Manchester Railway Frank Ferneyhough 1830-1980
B 91 Winsford and Wharton in Times Past R. Curzon
B 92 BP Book of Industrial Archeology N. Cossens 1987
B 93 Cheshire Village Memories. W.I. 1969
B 94 Tatton Park Library Catalogue Cheshire Libraries and Museums 1977
B 95 Poems and Verses( (2 copies)) Sybil Birch

NEW ADDITIONS SEPTEMBER 2000 - SEPTEMBER 2002
B 96 Newton Hall Story. 80 Years of Caring and Memories 1985
B 97 Kelly's Directory of Cheshire 1929
B 98 Cheshire. The Romantic North West A. Mee 1949
B 99 Traditions and Customs of Cheshire - Donated by Miss Mary Gold C. Hole 1937
B 100 Frodsham Marshes T. J. Smith
B 101 Railways and Waterways in Warrington P. A. Norton 1984
B 102 The Cheshire Sheaf( (Series 5 107 -191)) M. H. Ridgeway & A.M. Kennet
B 103 Clipped Money and Window Tax A. Hodgkinson 1937
B 104 England - A Social and Economic History E. H. Spalding 946
B 105 England - A Social and Economic History 0-1066 (vol. i) 1939
B 106 England - A Social and Economic History 1066-1300 (vol. ii) 1945
B 107 England - A Social and Economic History 1330-1485 (vol. iii) 1945
B 108 England - A Social and Economic History 1485-1600 (vol. iv)
B 109 England - A Social and Economic History 1600-1760 (vol. v) 1944
B 110 England - A Social and Economic History 1760-1830 (vol. vi) 1946
B 111 Industrial Archaeology in Britain. R.A. Buchanan 1972
B 112 Chester and the Northern Marches G. Williams 1968
B 113 Ironbridge to Crystal Palace Asa Briggs 1979
B 114 Cheshire History 2001 - 2002

NEW ADDITIONS – SEPTEMBER 2006 TO JANUARY 2008
B 116 Cheshire under the Norman Earls (vol 4) Hussain 1066 - 1237
B 117 The Canal Age C. Hadfield
B 118 Local Family History in England Rogers and Smith 1538 - 1914
B 119 The Industrial Revolution T S Ashton 1760 - 1830
B 120 Discovering your Family History D Steel
B 121 The Iron Ship E Corlett
B 122 West Coast Shipping M K Stammers
B 123 Roman Cheshire W Thompson - Watkin
B 124 The Bible(prize presented to Pauline Adams) 1966
B 125 Tales from a Sporting Life ((2 Copies)) P Youd 1879 - 1963
B 126 Dating Old Photographs & unidentified photographs R Pols
B 127 Cheshire History No 43 2003 - 2004
B 128 Lancashire & Cheshire Antiquarian society Vols. 97 98 99
B 129 Edwardian Rambles H Atty
B 130 From Battlefield to Blighty (2 copies) A Smith 1915 - 1919
B 131 The River Mersey - Donated by (donated by Mr. & Mrs. K. Helsby) W T Palmer 194
B 132 Household Narrative of Current Events41851
B 133 History of Runcorn C Nickson 1887
B 134 Capital and Innovation 1500 - 1780
B 135 Subject Index to Cheshire History Vol 1 - Vol 43
B 136
B 137 Bygone Frodsham and District ((Signed)) David Nield
B 138 Cheshire History 1995 - 1996
B 139 Cheshire History 1996 - 1997
B 140 Cheshire History 1997 - 1998
B 141 Cheshire History 1998 - 1999
B 142 Frodsham Millennium Walks
B 143 Schooner Port H F Starkey 1983
B 144 Iron Clipper H F Starkey 1999
B 145 Cheshire History 2004 - 2005
B 146 Cheshire History 2005 - 2006
B 147 Cheshire History 2006 - 2007
B 148 Transactions of History Societies of Lancashire & Cheshire:- Manor and Fields of Frodsham 1315 - 1374 Vol 1 - Vol 8 1979
B 149 Cheshire History Dr Dodd-s Article on open fields 1988
B 150 Tracing your Ancestors M Mander 1976
B 151 A View of Country Living Kingsley. L A Eaton
B 152 Report - Operations in Europe of Allied Expeditionary Force. - Donated by R.Hewitt H M Stationery Office 6th June 1945 - 8th May 1945
B 153 Newton Hall Story 80 years of Caring G Urey 1985
B 154 W C Cotton, Priest, Missionary and Bee Master ( Signed) A R Smith 2006
B 155 Anderton Boat Lift A Guide 2002
B 156 Timber Framed Buildings in Cheshire Cheshire C. C. 1994
B 157 Cheshire History 2007 - 2008
B 158 Notes on the Family of Aston R H Linaker
B 159 Cheshire History No37 1997 -19 98
B 160 Frodsham: St. Laurence Church - Register of Baptisms 1558 - 1812
B 161 The Brassey Tribute Stones Project D Haynes 2007
B 162 Two Centuries of Witness - Methodism in Kingsley (signed) 1996
B 163 Cheshire History No. 48 2008 - 2009

NEW ADDITIONS – JANUARY 2008
B 164 Walking Cheshire-s Sandstone Trail T. Bowerman 2008
B 165 Cheshire History - No. 49 2009 - 2010
B 166 City of Chester Volume 5 Part 1. Jim Harvey-s Archives 2003
B 167 Telling Tales of Village folk( With letters and articles on Workhouse) M Killip 2003
B 168 A View of Country Living L A Eaton 1884-1958
B 169 Helsby Heritage Helsby Hillside WI 200?
B 170 Cheshire History Index Vols. 1-43 2003
B 171 Cheshire History 50
B 173 The Shiny Knight (signed copy ) - Donated by Don by Mary Gold B Tunstall 1932
B 174 (The Dark Lady)) signed copy (don by Mary Gold) B Tunstall 1934
B 175 Restoration of Frodsham Parish Council) don by A.R. Smith
B 176 Captured Memories across the Hillforts of Cheshire D. Joyce and B Foxwell 2011
B 177 Earley Plate of Chester Cathedral - Donated by Mr & Mrs C Davy N H Ridgeway 1992
B 178 Cheshire History No 51 2111-2012
B 179 Frodsham Town Design Statement 2010
B 180 Frodsham, Helsby, Kingsley, Norley and Manley Book of Parish Magazines(Jann to Dec in very poor condition) - Donated by A.R Smith 1886
B 181 Kelly-s Dictionary of Cheshire - Donated by A. A. Smoth 1939
B 182 Plague on the Cheshire Plain - Foot and Mouth - Donated by A.R.Smith H. Hughes and J.O.Jones 1969
B 183 Kingsley St. John-s Church and discovering Cheshire-s Civil War - Donated by A.R.Smith 1985
B 184 Alvanley Memories don by A.R.Smith
B 185 Memories of Newton Hall - Donated by A.R.Smith Pat Hayes 1946-1957
B 186 Kingsley St. John-s Church School Chronicles (don by A.R.Smith) Rev. W.M. Davies 1846 - 1996
B 187 -For Crying Out Loud- signed copy (don by Mrs K Hewitt) D Mitchell 2010
B 188 -Manley Old Hall - biography of a Cheshire Farm) don by J. Jack)2 J. Astill and J. Jack 2012
B 189 ABC of UK Photographic copywright 1994
B 190 Hillforts of the Cheshire Sandstone Ridge Dan Garner 2012
B 191 Frodsham and Helsby Pocket Images 2012
B 192 Cheshire History No 52 2012-2013
B 193 Peter Stubs of Warrington 1756 - 1806 an 18th Century Industrialist - Donated by Mrs S. Holroyd T. Ashton 1756 - 1806
B 194 Peter Stubs and the Lancashire handtool industry - Donated by Mrs S Holroyd E. Surrey Dane 1973
B 195 Chester Archeological Society (1933,34,37,38,40,42,45 - Donated by Mrs S Holroyd 2013
B 196 Walks in West Cheshire- - Donated by A.R Smith Jack Baker 1980
B 197 Cheshire Village Memories- - Donated by A.R. Smith Fed. of Cheshire W.I 1952
B 198 Cheshire History no 53 2013-14
B 199 Cheshire History no 54 2014-2015
B 200 Bygone Frodsham and District. - Donated by A.R.Smith David Nield 2 copies 1985
B 201 Frodsham some account of its history. Beamont(3rd copy ) - Donated by A.R. Smith 1881
B 202 'Frodsham in Old Picture Postcards'(Vol 2 1990) - Donated by Burrows Family 2016 (M.Blythe's File) W.R.Hawkin
B 203 'Frodsham in the War Years'(pub. by FDLHG 1995) - Donated by Burrows Family 2016 (M.Blythe's File)
B 204 'Frodsham & Helsby- Archive photographs(by F&DLHG 1995) - Donated by Burrows Family 2016 (M. Blythe's File)
B 205 Discovering Mersey View F&DLHG 1991
B 206 Cheshire History(no 55) - Donated by CHA CHA 2015 - 2016
B 207 Cheshire History(no 56) - Donated by CHA CHA 2016-2017
B 208 'Country Diary of a Cheshire Man' - Donated by The Edmundson Family A.W. Boyd 1946
B 209 Copy 0f 'Yesterday's Shopping' 1907(Army & Navy Catalogue) - Donated by Mr. G. Bell
B 210 'Flora of Cheshire' - Donated by T. Edmundson Family) Alan Newton 1990
B 211 Frodsham Parish Magazine - Donated by Mr. & Mrs. G Boow Ed.H. SomersetBullock M. A. 1910
B 212 Cheshire History(No. 57) Cheshire Local History Association 2017 - 2018
B 213 admin
B 214 The Ridge: Rocks and Springs Project(a sandstone legacy. ) - Donated by The Sandstone Ridge Trust 2014 - 2017
B 215 Cheshire History no 58 Cheshire Local History Association 2018 - 2019
B 216 Cheshire History 59 Cheshire Local History Association 2019-2020
B 217 The Schools at Overton(A Short History for the Centenary) Arthur R Smith 1992
B 218 East of Malta, West of Suez(The Admiralty Account of the Naval War in the Eastern Mediterranean) - Donated by C Burrow 1939 -1941
B 219 Bombers over Merseyside 1940-41
B 220 Happy Days - The story of Frodsham Girls School - Donated by C Burrow Arthur R Smith 1835-1940
B 221 Cheshire village memories 2(being extracts from thirty nine scrap booksand jottings made by members of the Women's Institutes ) - Donated by T Field D Haworth, W Coomber and L Gibson; editors 1961
B 222 Romantic Cheshire(Some aspects of Cheshire history in twelve chapters. See chapters 2 and 3. ) - Donated by T Field Walters, J. Cuming 1930
B 223 Jaja King of Opobo. Aspects of British gunboat diplomacy.(Explores the deposition of King Jaja by British forces, led by Henry Johnston. Jaja was the first ruler of Opobo, and this book includes accounts from the period and Government accounts. His life is a classic mid African story. The books covers the role of British businessmen operating in the Niger Delta. His second son, Prince Waribo, is buried in St Laurence's churchyard.) - Donated by T Field Jaja, So & Jaja, Emmanuel A. 2015
B 224 Roman Cheshire(Covers the Roman Conquest and occupation. Pays particular attention to Roman Chester (Deva), the legionary fortress, the city walls, the principia, barracks, granaries, amphitheatre baths and civil settlement. References to Frodsham, Helsby, Alvanley. Photograph of the Roman altar at Helsby.) - Donated by T Field Thompson, F. H. 1965
B 225 Cheshire waterways.(Covers Bridgewater Canal, Compstall Navigation, River Dee, Macclesfield Canal, Manchester Ship Canal, Mersey & Irwell Navigation, Peak Forest Canal, Shropshire Union Canal, Trent & Mersey Canal, River Weaver) - Donated by T Field Owen, David 1979
B 226 Cheshire.(Cambridge County Geographies)(References to bunter and keuper sandstone. Military architecture - no remains at Frodsham. ) - Donated by T Field Coward, T. A. 1910
B 227 Cheshire in the Twentieth Century(General survey of life in the county since 1901. Includes agriculture, industry, transport, education and leisure. References to Frodsham on p22 and p38. Helsby on p63-65, p78, p127.) - Donated by T Field Tigwell, Rosalind Ewell 1985
B 228 Home Words for Heart and Hearth. (Bound together with The Frodsham Parish Magazine. Covers services on Main Street while St Laurence's was being refurbished. Dec 1879-Nov 1880. ) - Donated by T Field 1879-1880
B 229 Dawn of Day, 1895('The Dawn of Day', a religious magazine bound together with Frodsham & Manley Parish magazine, covering January - December 1895, volume 14, nos 1-12. ) - Donated by T Field 1895
B 230 Cheshire: a guide to the county. (Brief description and history of the county. Notes on principal towns. Gazetteer of other places of interest. Three adverts relating to shops in Frodsham (p60, 62, 174.)) - Donated by T Field 1966
B 231 Cheshire: The County Handbook(Local government, public services, industry, agriculture. Frodsham (p49). Helsby (p50), BICC (p89, 91). ) - Donated by T Field
B 232 Frodsham: The History of a Cheshire Town(History of this small market town from prehistory through to modern times. Illustrated with line drawings and photographs. ) - Donated by T Field Latham, Frank A (Editor) 1987
B 233 Historic Gardens of England: Cheshire(Detailed, scholarly account adopting a chronological approach from Elizabethan times to the present. Park Place, Frodsham(p174-5)and Manley Knoll (p223). ) - Donated by T Field Mowl, Timothy & Mako, Marion 2008
B 234 The Bright Star in the Present Prospect: The University of Chester 1839 - 2015(History of the institution, narrated in terms of the achievements of the successive Principals of Chester College, updated to include developments and achievements between 2005 and 2015. Illustrated with black and white and colour photographs, and items from the university archives. Article on Vice Chancellor Timothy Wheeler (p39-42)) - Donated by T Field Dunn, Ian 2015
B 235 Picturesque Cheshire. (Cycle tour theme, journey made in 1903. Chapter 6: Vale Royal to Frodsham. Chapter 7: The Forest of Delamere.) - Donated by T Field Coward, T. A. 1932
B 236 Lancashire and Cheshire from AD 1540(Academic history. Frodsham parish register is an example of mortality being recorded 1552-1660 (p10) Listed as a seignorial borough (p31). Market noted as being established "lately" in 1558 (31). Noted as a specialist cheese market (p80). Rock salt and coal carried to Frodsham, and onto Liverpool (p99). Extent of 1000 acres at Frodsham and Helsby were enclosured (p158-9). Table showing the number of households converted to people, by deaneries, includes Frodsham Deanery 1542 and 1660 to just over 4,000 households.) - Donated by T Field Phillips, C B & Smith, J H 1994
B 237 Domesday Book: 26 - Cheshire(Domesday survey, giving parallel transcription & translation of original text. Covers Cheshire, and parts of North Wales, Lancashire, Westmorland & Cumberland. Includes indexes of persons and places. Helsby (p263c). Frodsham (263d) has salthouse, winter mill, 2.5 fisheries. ) - Donated by T Field Morgan, Philip (Editor) 1978