A history of the ancient chapels of Didsbury and Chorlton, in Manchester parish: including sketches of the townships of Didsbury, Withington, Burnage, Heaton Norris, Reddish, Levenshulme, and Chorlton-cum-Hardy: together with notices of the more ancient local families, and particulars relating to the descent of their estates
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acres aforesaid Alexander Barlow Anne Mosley Baguley Bamford bapt Baptized Barlow Esq bequeath unto Birch Bishop Blomeley brother Buried Burnage chancel chapel of Didsbury chapelry Chetham Chollerton Chorlton Chorlton-cum-Hardy church county of Lancaster curate dated daughter death deceased deed Didsbury Didsbury Chapel died Egerton eldest Elizabeth erected executors Fielden gent George geve give and bequeath Hall hath Hathersage Heaton Norris heirs male Henry Hough Item I give James John Rudd Lancashire lands Levenshulme Longford Lord lordship Manchester Manchester parish manor of Withington Margaret married Mary messuage minister Mosley Esq mynde Nicholas Mosley Oswald Mosley paid parish Parkinson poundes Ralph Reddish Rediche rent Richard Rusholme Samuel seid shillings Sir Edward Mosley Sir John Stockport tenants tenements thereof Thomas tithes township trustees twoe Twyford tyme Warden wife William Broome William Hulme Withington Wood yearly