There are many Archives throughout the North West of England and I am a regular visitor to the main Archive Repositories of Preston, Liverpool and Manchester. I am a Record Agent for Lancashire, Manchester, St Helens and Barclays Bank Archives.  If there is a particular document located within the North West, i.e. Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside, Cheshire or Cumbria, then I am able to carry out research, on your behalf, for an hourly rate. (mileage and other associated costs will apply) I do not charge for travelling time to the archive. 

A Testimonial from one of my clients: "Many thanks for going through these texts for me and sending me copies. It must have been arduous!"  E.L., Austria

Some of the Archives I have recently visited are:

Barclays Bank Archive, Manchester to search through 18th century ledgers

Manchester Cathedral Archives to search Manchester Court Rolls

Central Manchester Archives for various research

Dudley Archives and Local Studies to carry out research within Staffordshire and Warwickshire Parish Registers

John Rylands Library, Manchester to research documents within the Methodist Archive Collection

The Working Class Movement Library, Salford, to research within Trade Union Collections

Wigan Archives, Leigh, to carry out research within early Parish records

St Helens Archives, Merseyside, to carry out research into a local company

Lancashire Archives, Preston, to check and transcribe several wills

Liverpool Archives, to carry out research into a Quaker family

Crosby Library, Merseyside to look up a family within the old Electoral Rolls


         Working Class Movement Library, Salford