St Chad, Romiley - Church of England

[Photo] St Chad

Church Lane, Romiley, Cheshire.


Congregation's Website


This church had a graveyard.


This church was founded in 1748. It is still open.

We hope to include a brief summary of the general history of the church here in due course, but please note that that will not include any details of individual members of the clergy, congregation, or individuals who happen to be buried on this site.


Cheshire Archives:
Early Registers 1748-1868, Registers of Baptisms 1813-1971, Banns 1868-1987, Burials 1813-1950 and Mis.
Manchester Central Library:
Registers of Baptisms 1748-1889, Marriages 1748-1754, Burials 1748-1868 and Burial Transcripts 1755-1901
MLFHS, Stockport Local Studies Library and the SoG hold a copy of a Microfiche of the MI's (transcribed by Mike Berrell) published by the North Cheshire FHS.


This church is located at Lat/Lon 53.412547/-2.088185 (OS Grid Reference SJ9413990670), which you can view on this selection of on-line maps:


A special thanks to the following people who have contributed information for this page: Mike Berrell and David Lindley. If you can contribute any of the missing information, then please use the 'contribute information' link at the bottom of this page to get in-touch.

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