The Westerne were an Anglo-Saxon tribe who inhabited modern day
Cheshire. They have mostly been forgotten in the history books. Little is known about them, but they may have been descended the Celtic tribe, the Cornovii and have been influenced by a few Anglosaxonsettlers. Their culture was similar to that of the pecsaetanwhich neighboured the tribe to the east.
The tribe formed part of the Kingdom of
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