Cheshire History Journal
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.
Members receive copies of Cheshire History as part of their membership subscription. The edition they receive is the one published towards the end of the subscription year.
The Editor will be pleased to consider items for inclusion in future issues of Cheshire History. Notes for contributors are available.
Some back issues are available to purchase.
Numbers 1 (1978) to 57 (2017/18) are available on our Past Publications sub-website where you can search for subjects and authors of articles.
Number 62 (for 2022-23), a substantial issue with many black and white illustrations and colour plates, has the following contents:-
Obituaries: Janet Dines, Morris Garrett
Select Documents for Local and Family Historians in the Cheshire Quarter Sessions files, 1571to 1616: Part Two 1603 to 1616 (continued)
Balloons Over Cheshire: the Genesis of Manned Flight
Congleton Tanneries: a Study of some of the Town's Tanyards
David G. Jackson
Chester Politics: Parliamentary Electoral Reform in 1867 and its Effects upon the 1868 Election
Statesmanship, Tragedy and Love: a Remarkable Tale of Nineteenth-Century Cheshire
Chester Ladies Play Hockey: the First Fifty Years
The Enigmatic Beatrice Tunstall: a Forgotten Cheshire Author?
Surnames: Seeking Backstories from Middlewich
Julie E. Smalley
Recent Work on Cheshire History: a Select Bibliography