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Records of Newton Township
Records of Newton Township
1819-1909
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Minute books of the Township including those of the Board of Health 1854-1890; Minutes of the following Committees : Building and Sanitary Committee 1854-1868; Building Lighting and Sanitary Committee 1868-1875; Building and Sanitary Committee 1875-1890; Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act 1878-1886 Committee 1887-1888; Finance Committee, Finance and House Committee and Finance and Hackney Coach Committee 1854-1879; Finance and Hackney Coach Committee 1875-1890; Finance Sub Committee 1889; Fire Brigade Committee 1873-1876; General Purposes Committee 1876-1980; Highways Committee 1878-1890; Paving, Sewering and Scavenging Committee 1854; Paving, Sewering and Highways Committee 1873-1878; Public Buildings Sub Committee 1888-1890; Town Hall and Free Library Committees 1897-1900; Draft Minute Books of various committees 1886-1890; Rate Books 1819-1895Related Material:H. T. Crofton, History of Newton Chapelry 1904-5, (Chetham Society, new series, vols. 52-55) has considerable detailed information about the district. The Library has microfilmed copies of the register of All Saints Newton Heath (formerly Newton Chapel) from 1723 to 1905. The Library also possesses a photocopy of the tithe map for Newton made in 1846, of which the original is in the Lancashire Record Office, Preston.Manor Court Books for Newton, 1775-1837, 1843-1914 are held by Manchester Cathedral Archives (we have copies on microfilm, Cathedral Microfilm Reel 1).Place:/Newton/Manchester/Lancashire/England
Title:
Records of Newton Township
Date of work:
1819-1909
Reference number:
GB127.M10/19
Level of description:
Fonds
Custodial history:
Newton, in the parish of Manchester, was a separate township, of which a detached portion, Kirkmanshulme, appears to have been taken from Gorton. A local board for the whole township was formed in 1853. A separate sequence of rate books for Kirkmanshulme has been maintained. In 1890 Newton township was incorporated into Manchester. For poor law purposes, Newton was in the Manchester Union from 1841 to 1850; from 1850 it was a member of the Prestwich Union until merged with other townships into the township of North Manchester in 1896.
Source:
The records were transferred from the Rates Department and the Committee Clerk's Department in the Manchester Town Hall in 1958.
Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COLLECTION
Language:
English
Record number:
7187338
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