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COLIN LYNCH'S NORTHWICH CD
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The CD version of the much-acclaimed book, COLIN LYNCH’S NORTHWICH, with 400+ pages and over 350 photographs.

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TARPORLEY & BEESTON COUNTRY REVISITED
£10.95
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(R.M.Bevan)
This beautiful area, with Beeston Castle at its heart, is steeped in history from the king who buried his treasure
to Oulton Hall’s Tragedy. They are all here. New material includes Huxley’s Clive of India, Beeston Hill Climb, colour photographs from Oulton Park’s historic first motor-race meeting, whilst adding to the more recent flavour are the Cheshire Ice Cream Farm, Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre and Bunbury’s captivating TV series ‘Home Fires’ . Over 220 evocative black & white and colour illustrations.




HORRID CRIMES OF
BYGONE CHESHIRE

(Derek Yarwood)
Drawn from long-forgotten assize court files, judges'
notes and inquest
depositions - and with contemporary newspaper reports adding flavour to the mix. Over 100 illustrations. Mainly about murder,
although also featured are attempted murder, house-breaking and highway robbery.
And under the savage penal code in operation for much of the time-span most of the cuplrits ended up swinging from the hangman's rope. Published under the DB Publishing imprint of JMD Media Ltd, Nottingham. Price: £14.99.
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THE I.C.I. AFFAIR
A true sensational

murder mystery
£9.95

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(R.M.Bevan)
A story of wealth, power, big business, murder and cover-up set against the backdrop of 1926 when Britain teetered on the verge of anarchy. What was the secret Roscoe Brunner took to the grave? What had it to do with Imperial Chemical Industries and a major political figure now revered in a far-off land? Adapted and edited from 'Formula For Murder'
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DOWN THE LINE
New Edition
Waverton (Chester) to Whitchurch
£9.95
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(R.M.Bevan)
A view from a carriage window on a quintessentially, almost forgtten, country branch line.
Just short of fifteen miles the Branch survived for almost 60 years and left an indelible mark on the history of the area. Superb illustrations of the stations – Waverton, Tattenhall, Broxton, Malpas, Whitchurch.






NOTABLES OF
CUDDINGTON SANDIWAY
& DELAMERE PARK
£15.00
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(Jill E.King)
A host of artists, musicians, industrialists, athletes and entertainers who have resided in Jill King's Cheshire village, yet made
reputations that spread far beyond the local confines.
A fascinating glimpse into the lives of some
remarkable people.
Size: A4, 128 pages with over 300 illustrations.





 




OUR SACRIFICE

The 32 men of Cuddington and Sandiway who
gave their lives in
two world wars.
£15.00 +
£2.85 UK postage


(Jill E.King)

From rural idyll to the living hell of war by what were, in the main, simple country lads. Their names have for far too long been just inscriptions on memorials.
An outstanding moving tribute from the pen
of Jill King.
Size: A4, 122 pages with
over 200 illustrations.




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THE MEMOIRS OF
DEREK CARTER
A Cheshire
Veterinary
Surgeon
£9.95
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Derek Carter’s Memoirs record the significant
events of his near eighty years in Cheshire.
On the farm where he was born, at school and university, and while working as a Veterinary Surgeon.
His story is one of
fulfilment. Marriage to his first wife, Anne, the shared years with family, friends
and work colleagues, and,
in retirement, with his second wife and companion Jean as they explored some far-flung places around
the world.







THE TROUBLE
WITH GEORGE
£9.95 + £2.00
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(Jill E.King &
Diana Rocke)

The story of George
Simmons' life in service, notably at Chatsworth
House whose staff he
joined in 1920 as a valet. Cotains untold tales and previously unseen photographs.

 


 
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PROFILES OF MIDDLEWICH
(Prints, Posters & Postcards)

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by A.L.Earl
Another outstanding publication from Allan Earl, author of Middlewich 900-1900 and Middlewich 1900-1950, the definitive histories of the old salt town. A4 Portrait, 84 pages.


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HUNTINGTON
A SEARCH FOR
ITS ROOTS
£10.00 + £2.00
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(M.M. Stanley)

An outstanding history of
the Cheshire village of Huntington. The research and the illustrations set
this book apart.




THE LOST BOYS OF
LOSTOCK - Those who
died in the Great War

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(John A. Knowles)
A compelling account of the 65 men from the Cheshire parish of Lostock Gralam who were killed in the Great War. The author has  unearthed the lives of the fallen and the personal suffering of their families. A book to remember.






TARVIN COUNTRY
£9.95
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(R.M Bevan)
Latest in the popular Times Past series. Covers an area radiating four or five miles from Tarvin (Cheshire) and takes in Barrow, Mouldsworth, Ashton Hayes, Willington, Burton, Clotton, Duddon, Stapleford, Hargrave, Huxley. 100 pages with over 140 superb photographs.


 

THE STORY OF DELAMERE HOUSE
DELAMERE PARK CD
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(David Coxhead & R.M.Bevan)
CD version with approx. 200 illustrations. The rise and fall of Delamere House, the Wilbraham family, Wartime United States' Army Camp, post-war years of Polish and Displaced Persons' Camp and now an executive housing estate. Contains PDF files. Requires Adobe Reader or similar.



MIDDLEWICH
1900 - 1950 CD
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(A.L.Earl)
CD Middlewich 1900 - 1950 was first published in book format in 1994 and is now a collector's item.
Meticulous research with unrivalled collection of photographs and documents.


   
                 
 


CD: 1st WORLD WAR
ROLL OF HONOUR
BRUNNER MOND
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List of Employees who served in HM Forces during the Great War. Names, ranks, regiments. Those who served, those killed. Over 2,500 names from Winnington, Witton Street Saw Mill, Lostock, Sandbach, Middlewich plus office staff from London, Liverpool, China, India.


 



HARTFORD, WHITEGATE VALE ROYAL CD
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(R.M.Bevan)
A superb collection of photographs, information and anecdotes.
Rich in history and none more so than the former Vale Royal Abbey. Requires Adobe Reader or similar.)


 


THE PRICE
OF INNOCENCE
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(Maurice G. Nash)
Few men have survived to write a first-hand account of
the brutality of the 2nd World War and the
massacres of 187 Italian citizens.
A half-century later he set out to investigate what remains one of the most moving stories of the war.