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Township of Crumpsall Records
Township of Crumpsall Records
1841-1895
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General accounts 1879-1883; rate books 1841-1850; Crumpsall Local Board of Health minutes 1854-1890; plans of property in Crumpsall, undated.Related Material:The library possesses a copy of the tithe plan and schedule of Crumpsall dated 1846, the original of which is in the Lancashire Record Office, Preston (GB55).Place:/Crumpsall/Manchester/Lancashire/England/Manchester/Lancashire/England
Title:
Township of Crumpsall Records
Date of work:
1841-1895
Reference number:
GB127.M10/11
Level of description:
Fonds
Custodial history:
Crumpsall, in the Parish of Manchester, was a separate township with its own parochial officers under the Manchester church wardens. In 1841 the township became a member of the Manchester Union of Poor Law Guardians, which was set up under the Poor Law Amendment Act of 1841. From 1850 onwards, until its incorporation into the Township of North Manchester in 1896, Crumpsall was a member of the Prestwich Union, constituted by order of the Poor Law Board in 1850. The Local Board was set up in 1854 under the Public Health Act of 1848. In 1890 the township was amalgamated with Manchester but remained in the Prestwich Union for Poor Law purposes until 1896.
Source:
These records were transferred from the Rates Department and Committee Clerks' Department in the Manchester Town Hall in 1958.
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COLLECTION
Language:
English
Record number:
7187166
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