Title: The Township of Chorlton-cum-Hardy
Author: John M. Lloyd
Description: Signed by author on title page. Red leatherette boards with gilt lettering on spine. Spot of light soiling to the shelf-side bottom edge of the text block, else fine. Interior is clean and unmarked. Dust jacket lightly faded on spine; in a clear archival sleeve. Four fold-out maps. Illustrated with many historic photos. Index. 126 pages. 22.3 x 13.7 cm.
A detailed history of the Township of Chorlton-cum-Hardy, now a suburban area of Manchester, England.
[I]: In the beginning...
[II]: A new age; The Barlow Family; Towards a Church of its own.
[III]: The Moseleys and the Mosleys; The Barlow family [again]; Chorlton in the XVI century; The Church and the Village; Sports, Pastimes and Customs; The 1845 Tithe Map.
[IV]: The development of Local Transport; From Village to Suburb; The Churches; Pubs, Post Offices and Palaces; The Egertons.
[Appendices]: Curates and Rectors; Bibliography; The Protestation of 1641; Returns of Populations, etc.; The Margaret Usherwood Charity; Renderings of Local Names. Index.
Condition: Near Fine
Jacket Condition: Near Fine
Publisher: E. J. Morten
Place: Didsbury, Manchester, England
Keywords: Manchester, England, history, Barlow, Barlow family, Moseley, Mosley, Moseley family, Mosley family, Egerton, Egerton family, genealogy,
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