An introduction to a new source for the activities of men in wartime as found at The National Archives in Kew.
see Talks page
30th April 2017
by Paul Anderton
published in 2000 and out-of-print
Free to download by members in Members Area
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3rd edition, edited by Ian Bailey and Christine Huxley
£7 members, £7.50 non members (+ postage)
The latest journal of the Society
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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).
Area covered by the Society. Click to enlarge map.
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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 5th April, 2017, 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.
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