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

Chapter estate records

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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 Lancashire measures of acres, roods and perches. For later comparison see Estate plans for Newton Heath, Kirkmanshulme and Deansgate.

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Title deeds relating to "Jefferson's'' on Deansgate, 1679-1831

  • Contributor: Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference: C02-01
  • Keyword:  british social history church
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Title deeds relating to "Kenyons" in Kirkmanshulme, 1675-1892

  • Contributor: Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference: C02-02
  • Keyword:  british social history church
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Title deeds relating to a plot of land fronting the Manchester to Stockport Road in Kirkmanshulme

  • Contributor: Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference: C02-03
  • Keyword:  british social history church
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Other title deeds relating to plots of land in Kirkmanshulme

  • Contributor: Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference: C02-04
  • Keyword:  british social history church
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Abstract book of leases, 1679-1869

  • Contributor: Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference: C02-05
  • Keyword:  british social history church
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Boundaries book of Newton, Kirkmanshulme and Rusholme, c.1760

  • Contributor: Manchester Cathedral
  • Reference: C02-06
  • Keyword:  british social history church
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