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England Cheshire Workhouse Records 1848-1967 -  The records were used by local authorities keep track of the poor and account for monies spent for their living expenses. Reliability of records is high regarding dates of birth, death, admissions, and discharges. Reliability of names may vary in illegitimate births. 

England, Cheshire Workhouse Records, 1848-1967 - Admission, creed, birth and death records in the poor houses. 

England, Cheshire, School Records, 1796-1950 - These records contain about 1.9 million names from 120 schools. 

England, Cheshire Probate Records, 1492-1940 - Wills, administration records for the county of Cheshire. 

England, Lancashire – Cheshire – Yorkshire Church of England Parish Registers - This collection covers records from the Diocese of Manchester. The parishes are mainly from the historic county of Lancashire, with a few parishes from Cheshire and Yorkshire. 

England, Cheshire Land Tax Assessments, 1778-1832 - List of Tax assessment on property with an annual value of over 20 shillings, the records includes assessment and returns and include both the occupier of the land and the owner or lease holder. 

England, Cheshire Non-conformist records, 1671-1900 - Non-conformist church records held by the Cheshire Record Office. 

England, Cheshire, Register of Electors 1842-1900 - This collection contains a list of those who are eligible to vote in local and county elections. 

England Cheshire Church of England Parish Registers and Bishops' Transcripts - The collection forms an index only. The index includes some parishes within the Diocese of Chester which are in fact in the county of Lancashire. 

Acton, Cheshire, England 1851 Census - (archived website - may be unavailable or slow to respond) 

Northwich, Cheshire, England Freeholders in 1578 - What they had, and were required to provide, when called to arms. 

Wallerscote, Weaverham Lordship, Gorstage, Sandiway, & Whitegate, Cheshire, England 1851 Census - Page 1 

Cheadle & Gatley, Cheshire, England War Memorials (WWI & WWII) - (archived website - may be unavailable or slow to respond). 

Survey of Land in Wich Malbanck, Cheshire, England 1641 - (archived Web page - may be unavailable or slow to respond) - A transcription of a document in the Tollemache-Wilbraham Papers reference DTW / R / 1 in the Cheshire Record Office.

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