- Saughall was a civil parish created in 1948 by uniting Great Saughall with Little Saughall.
- Great Saughall was a township in Shotwick Parish, Wirral Hundred, which became part of Saughall civil parish in 1948. It had a population of 147 in 1801, 493 in 1851 and 703 in 1901.
- Little Saughall was a township in Shotwick Parish, Wirral Hundred, which became part of Saughall civil parish in 1948. It had a population of 48 in 1801, 69 in 1851 and 137 in 1901.
- The population of Saughall civil parish was 1,518 in 1951.
- An extra-parochial place in Wirral Hundred
- The population was 25 in 1801, 13 in 1851, 8 in 1901 and 78 in 1951.
Churches and Chapels
- Great Saughall, All Saints (C of E). Built 1901, a separate parish from 1921, comprising the townships of Great Saughall and Little Saughall. Registers of baptisms 1901-1961 and marriages 1901-1983 are at the CRO.
- Great Saughall, Grove Chapel (Church of Christ). Built 1849, closed 1981. Registers of baptisms 1845-1947 are at the CRO.
- Great Saughall, Methodist Chapel (Primitive).
- Great Saughall, Presbyterian Chapel.
|A Brief History of Saughall||By G.E Lowe, B.A., A.L.A., M.I.Inf.SC.|
|Memoirs of a Railwayman||These are the memoirs of a former resident of Saughall and Shotwick Park, Stanley Rowe Mercer.|
|Katharine Foote||Letters from Katharine Foote detailing her time at the Vernon Institute Hospital in 1917.|
|Mary Davis||The horned lady of Saughall.|
|Saughall Station. From the book, “Saughall: A Social History,” by Anne Stuart.|
|Saughall’s War Memorial||Provided by Carl Rogerson’s website.|