Latest News

Audley Historian 2018

 

 

The 2018 volume is now published.

It will be available for purchase at the October research meeting and at the October talk below.

 


 
Next Talk
 

"The Lost Treasure of Stone - the Mystery of the Unique Privy Seal"

by

 

Steve Booth

 

Friday, 1st October 2018

 

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Funeral Cards

 

The Society's collection of 416 funeral cards may be viewed in the Members' Area

 

The index of names may be viewed here.

 


 

Member's Area

 

Journals 8 and 9 have been added.

Free to download for members.


 

 
New Publication
 

 

Victims of the Minnie Pit Disaster 1918

 

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For more infornation about the book and what readers are saying, go here

 

To purchase go to the Publications Page

 


 
 
Audley Historian 23

The 2017 edition of our journal is now sold out

It may be purchased as a pdf download. .

Go here for a list of contents.


 

New Publication
 

"Called to Arms 1803-12 in the Staffordshire- Cheshire border region: Volunteer Infantry Corps for home defence under threat of a Napoleonic invasion"

by

Paul Anderton

Launched at Newcastle Museum on 30 th April and published by Audley and District Family History Society .

 

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Welcome

 

 

Audley Knight

                       

Audley Parish is situated in the rolling hills of North Staffordshire and has a long and interesting history, including farming and a period of intensive coal mining. Since 1986 the Audley and District Family History Society has been working to make records available for Audley and its adjoining parishes.

Our records are based on the ancient ecclesiastical parish of Audley, which comprises of Audley Township, Bignall End, Halmer End, Knowle End, Park End, Eardley End and Talke. The adjoining area comprises of the ancient parishes of Barthomley and Church Lawton in Cheshire, and Wolstanton, Keele, Madeley and Betley in Staffordshire. (see Research for full details).

 

Audley District Map

 

Area covered by the Society.  Click to enlarge map.

 

 

 

If you can't see the navigation bar on the left click here

 

 

 

We hold Research meetings every month, where we have much material available to look at. Non members are welcome to attend for a small fee (see Research).Next Meeting: Wednesday 3rd October, 2018, 2- 4pm

 

Every two months a talk is held at St James Church Hall (see Talks).

 

If you wish to join the Audley and District Family History Society please go to the Joining Us page. You can now pay to join using on-line payments.

 

The Society has a number of Publications for sale, including the annual Society Journal called the 'Audley Historian'. You can now buy publications on-line.          

 

                                                                                                                                                                               

The Members Area is now active.

 

 

If your interest is in the surname of Audley please go to

http://audleyfamilyhistory.com

 

 

Updated 16 September 2018