The Church of England and social change in Manchester, 1635-1928

Volumes

9 volumes in The Church of England and social change in Manchester, 1635-1928

Manor court books for Newton

Comprises the Cathedral's two surviving volumes of manor court books, covering the periods 1775-1837 and 1843-1914. These volumes record the proceedings of the manor court sessions. The volumes list amercements for non-attendance, for encroachments, for not maintaining rights of way, and for other offences such as putting geese onto the...

  • Contributor:  Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference:  72115-C01
  • Keyword:  british social history religion church

Chapter estate records

Includes; title deeds for areas of Deansgate and Kirkmanshulme, an Abstract book of leases, 1672-1869, and a Boundaries Book for Chapter Estates in Newton, Kirkmanshulme and Rusholme from circa 1760 , containing plans in pen and ink with descriptions giving the name of a plot or field, with statute and...

  • Contributor:  Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference:  72115-C02
  • Keyword:  british social history church

Annual accounts or statements of receipt and disbursement, 1761-1874

Listing annually the itemised receipts and disbursements of rents, revenues and sums of money, presented for audit during the period 1761-1874. The online collection contains the first six volumes of annual accounts, covering the period of greatest change (there are some gaps in the series, notably between 1831 and 1842)....

  • Contributor:  Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference:  72115-C03
  • Keyword:  british social history religion church

Estate plans (Newton Heath, Kirkmanshulme, Deansgate)

Three estate plans, showing Newton Heath, Kirkmanshulme and Deansgate, from the latter half of the 19th century and the early 20th century. The plan of Kirkmanshulme illustrates inter alia the development of Belle Vue Zoo.

  • Contributor:  Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference:  72115-C04
  • Keyword:  british social history religion church
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