Vol 91 (1939)

This volume includes an important article by Fred Crossley on the post-Reformation effigies and monuments of Cheshire covering the period to 1800, because of its length it has been divided into two parts

Front matter
Council and officers for the year 1940
Officers of the Society from the commencement
Honorary members
List of members
Societies from whom publications are received

The post-Reformation effigies and monuments of Cheshire (1550-1800)
part 1
part 2
F. H. Crossley

Sir Thomas Johnson and the Jacobite rebels
Arthur C. Wardle

Genealogical notes upon the family of Baron Henry de Worms, sometime Member of Parliament for East Toxteth
Bertram B. Benas

The endowment of the chapel of Saint Michael in Clitheroe castle
Rev. Joseph McNulty

Three notes on Bidston and the Stanleys
E. B. Goodacre

An English medieval pendant
Philip Nelson

Who was William Staynford, the abbot of the screen in Mitton church?
Rev. Joseph McNulty

Losses of the inhabitants of Liverpool on the taking of the town in 1644
E. B. Saxton

An inventory of the goods of John Cuerden of Cuerden
R. Sharpe France

The tumuli at Twemlow Hall, Cheshire
J. W. Walker

Ronald Stuart-Brown [Obituary]

Stray notes:
A further note on Sir Nicholas Longford
W. W. Longford

The countess of Southampton at Sefton, 1668
S. A. Harris

Norris deed relating to Prescot, 1286
F. A. Bailey

An indenture of apprenticeship, 1535
F. A. Bailey

Council and officers’ reports for the year 1939



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