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Contributions towards a history of the ancient parish of Prestbury, in Cheshire.

Frank Renaud

Contributions towards a history of the ancient parish of Prestbury, in Cheshire.

by Frank Renaud

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Published by Chetham Society in [Manchester] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesRemains historical and literary connected with the Palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester -- vol.97
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13702907M

The Lea family in Nelson County, Virginia; their history and genealogy. ([Lynchburg, Va., Brown-Morrison Co., ]), by Reba Fitzpatrick Lea (page images at HathiTrust) Contributions towards a history of the ancient parish of Prestbury, in Cheshire / ([Manchester]: Printed for the Chetham society, ), by Frank Renaud (page images at. Contributions towards a history of the ancient parish of Prestbury, in Cheshire. A Sketch of the materials for a new and compleat History of Cheshire; Vol 1: Lancashire and Cheshire, past and present: a history and a descripion of the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester, forming the North-western division of England, from the earliest.

Join us at pm on Monday 23rd October at the Prestbury WI Hall. The subject for the meeting will be the history of Prestbury School. This will take you on a journey back to with founding of the first church school in the parish and through the centuries, telling the story of how the school has developed into the establishment we know and love today. Parish History [edit | edit source]. Poynton with Worth or Poynton, is a chapelry, in the parish of Prestbury, union and hundred of Macclesfield, N. division of the county of Chester; containing, with the township of chapel, dedicated to St. Thomas, was rebuilt by Sir G. Warren, in Poynton St George was created as an ancient chapelry in Prestbury, Cheshire Ancient Parish.

WELCOME to the Home Page of Prestbury Local History Society, Gloucestershire. Due to HM government restrictions in place because of the COVID virus the WI Hall is currently closed until further notice. Because of this the committee has taken the unprecedented, but we hope understandable, decision to cancel all meetings for the foreseeable future. This is a grouping of the place names of parishes and townships on the main index page Cheshire Towns and Parishes to indicate which places are associated with which ancient parishes in Cheshire.. This is intended as a guide only, please refer to notes on the individual place pages; care should be taken with modern parishes which may have a mixed 'pedigree'.


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Prestbury St Peter is an ancient parish and was an extraordinarily large parish with a number of chapelries. The parish church of St Peter, a building largely of the 13th century, was restored in by Sir George Gilbert Scott.

item 1 Contributions Towards a History of the Ancient Parish of Prestbury: In Cheshire - Contributions Towards a History of the Ancient Parish of Prestbury: In Cheshire $ +$ shipping. The ancient parishes of Cheshire refers to the group of parishes that existed in the English county of Cheshire, roughly within the period of – Initially, the ancient parishes had only an ecclesiastical function, but reforms initiated by King Henry VIII, developed by Queen Elizabeth I and expanded by later legislation led them to acquire various secular functions that eventually led.

Prestbury has been a village since Anglo Saxon times and was recorded in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle in the 9 th century. However the history of Prestbury goes way back through the Roman occupation to the Iron Age and the Beaker people when ancient Britons drove sheep along the trackway (Shaw Green Lane) up to Cleeve Hill.

source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names source: Family History Library Catalog Prestbury was the largest ancient parish in Cheshire. In it was reckoned to co acres according to John Marius Wilson's Imperial Gazetteer of England and the time of the Norman conquest, the parish was even larger and consisted of thirty-five townships.

* Frank Renaud "Contributions towards a history of the ancient Parish of Prestbury in Cheshire", The Chetham Society, * Gordon "St. Peter's Prestbury: a personal response", Church ofPrestbury, Cheshire, Prestbury is a village in Cheshire. The parish of Prestbury is a long, narrow parish covering 2, acres to the west of the Peak Park foothills and to the east of the sandstone ridge which is ‘the edge’.

The village is about a mile and a half north of Macclesfield. At the time of the census, the civil parish had a population of 3, Today, the built-up area of Cheltenham extends to and includes Prestbury, but a strong village identity persists.

There are flourishing schools, 2 churches, shops, 4 pubs, a hall and a library. Many residents have deep family roots here, and one of the aims of Prestbury Local History Society is the collection and preservation of their memories.

At the time of the Norman conquests, Prestbury Parish was the centre of 35 townships stretching 20 miles from north to south and 10 miles wide and it still has the remains of a Normal Chapel built in the 12th century in the grounds of the Parish Church.

27/05/ Vacancy for Two Councillors - 27 May There are vacancies for two Councillors for the Butley Ward of the Parish of Prestbury. An election to fill these vacancies will be held if ten electors for the Electoral area of Prestbury Parish give notice to the Returning Officer requesting such an election within 14 days (excluding Saturdays Sundays or a Bank Holiday) of the date of.

Historical description. Prestbury, a village, a township, the head of a petty sessional division, and a parish in Cheshire. The village stands on the river Bollin, 2½ miles NNW of Macclesfield; and has a station on the L. & N.W.R., a post, money order, and telegraph office.

This collection comprises historical parish registers from Cheshire, England. The records in this collection range from to Parish records--primarily baptisms, marriages, and burials--provide the best source of vital record information in the centuries before civil registration.

This latter had issue Margaret, who married Thomas Fitton of Gawsworth, and another daughter married to Thomas Davenport of Henbury.

They were co-heiresses, and shared between them Bechton and other paternal estates. ~~Contributions Towards a History of the Ancient Parish of Prestbury in Cheshire, Adlington, and Legh of Adlington,pgs. Alvanley is an Ecclesiastical Parish in the county of Cheshire, created in from chapelry in Frodsham Ancient Parish.

Parish church: Parish registers begin: Parish registers: Bishop’s Transcripts: EXPLORING THE HISTORY OF PRESTBURY. The society meets regularly in the Parish Library and during the year guest speakers are invited to give presentations. New members are always welcome to the society. If you would like to learn a little about our village of Prestbury here are some suit-able suggestions to get started.

Geoff Baines I wanted to get back to you on your comment earlier but the holidays got in the way. Regarding Ellen de Baguley aka Ellen de Corona The reference you make to Burke [fn1] is a correct read in that it states Ellen to be a daughter of Thomas de Corona.

And even George Ormerod in his “the History of the County Palatine and City of Chester”[fn2] agrees on page where the.Prestbury Parish Council, Prestbury, Stockport, United Kingdom.

likes 2 talking about this 85 were here. Electronic noticeboard for all things Prestbury in Cheshire.The Archive will be created and maintained by the Prestbury Local History Society for the parish. It will be housed at Prestbury Library where a filing cabinet and space is being made available.

When the Archive is ready we will need to have a member of the History.