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This searches the indexes to the Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire.

Cheshire in the dark ages. A map study of Celtic and Anglian settlement
Author: D. Sylvester
Volume: 114 (1962-0) Pages: 1-22, maps. View Volume

Historical notes on the valley of the Mersey previous to the Norman conquest
Author: T. Baines
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 131-141, View Volume

Notes on the early history of the church of Strathclyde, with special reference to the Apostle of Lancashire
Author: Rev. A. E. P. Gray
Volume: 40 (1888-0) Pages: 77-92, The 'Apostle of Lancashire' is St. Kentigern; the title appears to be unofficial. View Volume

On the ethnology of south Britain at the period of the extinction of the Roman government in the island
Author: T. Wright
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 141-152, View Volume

On the state of the western portion of the ancient kingdom of Northumberland, down to the period of the Norman conquest
Author: J. H. Hinde
Volume: 8 (1855-1856) Pages: 1-22, View Volume

Some notes on Heysham church and parish
Author: E. M. Grafton
Volume: 56 (1903-1904) Pages: 150-162, illus. View Volume

The Celtic, Saxon and Scandinavian settlement at Meols in Wirral
Author: J. D. Bu'Lock
Volume: 112 (1960-0) Pages: 1-28, illus., map. See also appendix, 'The Anglo-Saxon coins from Meols sands', by R. H. M. Dolley in 113 (1961) pp. 197-201. View Volume

The materials for the history of the two counties, and the mode of using them
Author: J. Robson
Volume: 5 (1852-1853) Pages: 199-217, [Part 2] 7 (1854-5) pp. 99-114. Part 1 is particularly concerned with the Roman period, including detail of a Roman inscription found at Manchester, and part 2 deals especially with the Dark Ages. View Volume

Winwick and Culcheth in Lancashire, their place in history
Author: T. G. Rylands
Volume: 32 (1879-1880) Pages: 53-66, View Volume