Coordinates: 53°10′08″N 2°24′11″W / 53.169°N 2.403°W / 53.169; -2.403 Kinderton is an electoral ward in Middlewich, Cheshire, England. Kinderton was also historically the name of a township in Middlewich on the opposite side of the River Croco from the current ward.

In the Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870–72) John Marius Wilson described Kinderton:

KINDERTON-WITH-HULME, a township in Middlewich parish, Cheshire; immediately E of the town of Middlewich. Acres, 1, 637. Real property, £3, 936; of which £110 are in gas works-Pop., 477. Houses, 101. The manor belonged anciently to the Venables, passed to the Vernons, and belongs now to J. F. France, Esq. A house erected by the Minshalls is here, and bears date 1616. Kinderton is generally believed to be the Condate of the Romans; a Roman road, called Kind street or King street, went from it to Manchester; and other roads went hence to Chesterton, Wroxeter, Chester, and Warrington. A Danish camp of 10 acres is at Harbours Field, between the rivers Croco and Dane.[1]


  1. "A Vision of Britain Through Time: Kinderton". GB Historical GIS/University of Portsmouth. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
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