Vol 71 (1919)

Speke Hall - Stanlawe Grange at Aigburth - Plans of St Nicholas Church, Liverpool - Dame Mary Moore - Impressions of armorial seals of Cheshire gentry, made by Elias Ashmole in 1663 - Eaton, Cheshire and Eaton, Bucks

Alternative volume number: New Series Volume XXXV

Front matter:
Council and officers for the year 1920
Officers of the Society since commencement
List of honorary local secretaries
Editorial notes
List of members
List of Societies with which Transactions are exchanged

Speke Hall
Herbert Winstanley
The Norris family
Dates of building
The courtyard
The great hall and heraldic glass
The great chamber and its genealogical carving

Stanlawe Grange at Aigburth
Charles R. Hand

A Stanley coffer, 1678
Reginald Threlfall Bailey

The recently discovered plans of old St. Nicholas’s Church, Liverpool
Henry Peet

Early plans of Liverpool

Dame Mary Moore
W. Fergusson Irvine

Impressions of armorial seals of Cheshire gentry, made by Elias Ashmole in 1663
J. Paul Rylands

Eaton, Cheshire and Eaton, Bucks.
R. Stewart-Brown

Two alabasters
Philip Nelson

Stray notes:
A new interpretation of ‘Liverpool’
Mersey ferry rates
St. Mary of the Key
Richard Mather of Toxteth
Thomas Tarleton of Liverpool
St. Paul’s chapel, Walton
Molyneux of Sefton
The last abbots of Combermere
Poosey chapel near Frodsham
A man who live with the Fairies
Soul cakes
The Bunbury register book

Council and officers’ reports for the year 1919


Congress of Archaeological Societies – Report of the committee on earthworks and fortified enclosures


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