Cheshire Record Office


Cheshire Record Office

Coordinates: 53°11′13″N 2°53′17″W / 53.187°N 2.888°W / 53.187; -2.888 The Cheshire Record Office is the county record office and diocesan record office for Cheshire. It houses the Cheshire Archives and Local Studies Service (formerly Cheshire and Chester Archives and Local Studies Service). Since 1986 it has been based in Duke Street, Chester.

Further reading

  • Caroline M. Williams, Guide to the Cheshire Record Office and Chester Diocesan Record Office, Cheshire County Council, 1991

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