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Malpas Field Club publishes the Malpas History Magazine

Founded in 1981, the Malpas Field Club is still very active today.

In the early days it had a number of sub-sections, one of which was a History Research Group.

The section went off in its own direction carrying out some valued transcription work on Wills and Probate Inventory documents relating to the Malpas area.

Many of these works have been published, providing an insight into the past and a valuable resource for later researchers.

Whilst still with the Field Club, the group produced a twice-yearly Malpas History magazine which ran to nine issues in all, between December 1983 to March 1988.

The Malpas Field Club Secretary, David Hayns has recently electronically scaned copies from his personal collection and has kindly agreed to let Malpas Cheshire Online publish them on its web site for all to read, and this will be done issue by issue over the next few weeks.

The documents remain the copyright of the Malpas Field Club and they should not be reproduced in part or whole without the permission of the Secretary David Hayns.

Malpas Field Club
3rd April 2020

Follow this LINK to find the documents.

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