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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Townships Barton

    appeared at Davyhulme in 1747 . They now have churches at Barton , Barton Moss , Monton , Cadishead and Davyhulme , Eccles , Patricroft and Irlam ; 137 the Primitive Methodists at Eccles , Barton , and Davyhulme ;

    The parish of Flixton

    service at Flixton in the afternoon. The plate consists of a flagon, 1776 (the gift of William Allan , esq., Davyhulme ), a chalice and two patens, and a large almsdish, 1875. The registers begin in 1570 . There is

    Townships Urmston

    . Urmston Hall : East Side In 1642 Susan the daughter and heir of George Hyde married Richard Hulme of Davyhulme , 36 by whom she had a son William, the heir of Urmston . She afterwards married Richard Starkie

    The parish of Eccles Introduction, church and charities INDEX MAP to the PARISHES of ECCLES and FLIXTON .

    Tetlow 's benefaction to St. Catherine's , Barton , church and school; endowment of St. Mary 's, Davyhulme ; the school at Davyhulme , founded 1792; Greaves ' School, Irlam , founded 1834; Irlam Church charity; Taylor's charity for Cadishead

    Index of parishes, townships and manors

    ( Manchester ), 271 Culcheth ( Winwick ), (t) 156, (m) 156 Dalton ( Wigan ), (t) 97, (m) 97 Davyhulme ( Eccles ), 372 Denton ( Manchester ), (t) 311, (m) 311 Didsbury ( Manchester ), (t) 293, (m)

    Townships Bury

    of Stubley. 39 A family named Allen formerly lived at Redvales . 40 Haslum also occurs. 41 The Hulmes of Davyhulme had property in Bury . 42 A petition for the delimitation of the bounds of Bury and Middleton was

    Townships Manchester (part 2 of 2) MOSLEY OF MANCHESTER , & c.

    Moss estates producing 4, 000 tons of concentrated manure annually. The water-carried sewage is dealt with in bacterial beds at Davyhulme . Baths and washhouses have been provided, and the Monsall Fever Hospital in Newton . Two cemeteries, at Chorlton

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