There is now an interactive map for you to explore. Featuring drawings and information of many of the houses in Eardisley. The map was created by by Bill Davies and the drawings by John Hawes.
The Eardisley 1911 Census is now on line for you to search and explore. Follow the links in the menu above.
The details of this sale are now available for your perusal along with the original documents.
You can now search our marriage data for all marriages conducted in Eardisley between 1636 and 1912. This data has been transcribed from the original records and you can search against Bride, Groom or Witness name and by specific years.
Trade Directories were published as early as the late seventeenth century to meet the need for accurate information on the increasing number of tradesmen. These early directories were mainly restricted to larger cities, and it was only in the early nineteenth century that they became more organised and widespread.
This development was closely linked to the growth of the Postal service, and Post Office officials such as Frederick Kelly quickly saw the possibilities of using directories to aid their work. Production of directories reached a peak in the 1930s and declined after World War II in the face of competition from other media.
Directories are an important source of information as they contain descriptions of parishes, information on local institutions and listings of private residents, farmers and traders.
Eardisley Trade Directories, spanning nearly 100 years, are now available in PDF format for you to peruse and search.
You can now get in touch with the group via our contact form. Not only that but if you have any documents or photos you want to share with us there is a simple way to do that too.
Our Tithe data is now on-line and available for you to search. Just navigate to the Tithe page via the ‘Search Eardisley Data’ menu at the top of the page and follow the simple instructions.
The data for the 1841 and 1901 census is now on-line and available for you to search. Just navigate to the Census page via the ‘Search Eardisley Data’ menu at the top of the page and follow the simple instructions.