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is a county in North West England, bordering Merseyside and Greater Manchester to the north, Derbyshire to the east, Staffordshire and Shropshire to the south and Wales to the west.The ferocity of the campaign against the English populace was enough to end all future resistance.Examples were made of major landowners such as Earl Edwin of Mercia, their properties confiscated and redistributed amongst Norman barons.As a result, the King's title was changed to "King of England and France, Lord of Ireland, and Prince of Chester".No other English county has been honoured in this way, although it lost the distinction on Richard's fall in 1399.Due to Cheshire's strategic location on Welsh Marches, the Earl had complete autonomous powers to rule on behalf of the king in the county palatine.
The earldom was sufficiently independent from the kingdom of England that the 13th century Magna Carta did not apply to the shire of Chester, so the earl wrote up his own Chester Charter at the petition of his barons.General Enquiries 01606 813600 ADVERTISING ROP Advertising 01606 813600 Classified Advertising 01606 813651 DISTRIBUTION If you have any delievery problems email our Distribution department SUBSCRIPTION You can arrange a subscription for any of our titles by calling 01274 705 248 Complaints – Who To Contact The Winsford Guardian is regulated by the Independent Press Standards Organisation and we seek to abide by the Editors’ Code which is enforced by IPSO. It is essential that your email is headed “Complaint” in the subject line and contains the following information: We may ask for more detail, but once the full details have been established, we will try to resolve any complaint brought under the Editors’ Code within 28 days.If you are dissatisfied with our answer, you may then refer the matter to IPSO.Cheshire in the Domesday Book (1086) is recorded as a much larger county than it is today.It included two hundreds, Atiscross and Exestan, that later became part of North Wales.The Domesday Book records Cheshire as having two complete Hundreds (Atiscross and Exestan) that later became the principal part of Flintshire.