British Deaf History Society

11-13 Wilson Patten Street,
Warrington WA1 1PG

The British Deaf History Society (BDHS) is a recognised voluntary and charitable organisation with its own Constitution. The BDHS's objectives include: to encourage the study of and foster an interest in deaf history; to encourage the preservation of records and material related to the deaf and of historical value. Deaf History Journal is issued and distributed among members three times annually.

Family History Society of Cheshire

Little Trees, Gawsworth Road, Gawsworth
Macclesfield SK11 9RA

The Family History Society of Cheshire (FHSC) was founded in 1969 to advance the study of family history and genealogy, and we now have around 3000 members worldwide. As well as helping people with ancestors in Cheshire, we also assist members living locally whose ancestors originated elsewhere.

North Cheshire Family History Society

9 Kitts Moss Lane, Bramhall
Stockport SK7 2BG

The aim of the society, which was founded in 1976, is to bring together those who are interested in the study of their family history, to give lectures about the availability of records and how to use them; to hold discussion meetings at which more experienced members can help beginners; to further genealogy and co-ordinate research and the transcription of records. We cover all areas in and around Stockport, Hazel Grove, Bramhall, Hyde, Stalybridge, Mottram in Longdendale, Sale, Wilmslow, Altrincham, Knutsford and Macclesfield.