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Mamecestre

Mamecestre

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Published by The Chetham Society in Manchester .
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Statementdited by John Harland. Vol. 2.
SeriesRemains historical and literary connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester -- v.56
ContributionsHarland, John, 1806-1868.
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Open LibraryOL21562095M

  Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Ernest T Trigg books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. By using our website you agree Mamecestre. Chetham Society. 23 May Hardback. US$ ISBN () Softcover, National Foundation for Educational Research, Missing: Mamecestre.

By an alliance of marriage between Albert de Gresley and Maud, daughter of William Fitz-Nigel (Nigellus?), Baron of Halton and Widnes, the Manor of Mamecestre came into the family of the Gresleys. In , Albert de Gresley obtained a grant of the Manor of Mamecestre, which became part of the Barony of Gresley. Mamecestre - being chapters from the early recorded history of the barony; the lordship or manor; the vill, borough, or town, of Manchester Vol. 3 () Manchester as it is - B. Love () Manchester its political, social and commercial history - J. Wheeler ().

Browse any ebooks by genre Nonfiction. Browse any genre in our library. Read online and add your books to our library. Best fiction books are always available here - the largest online library. Page The surname Manchester was first found in Greater Manchester. The name originates from the Ancient Roman name Mamucium, which was the name of a Roman fort and settlement there. By the 4th century, records showed the spelling as Mamucio and much later in the Domesday Book it was listed as Mamecestre. The place name literally is derived from the.


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: Mamecestre, Vol. 2: Being Chapters From the Early Recorded History of the Barony; The Lordship of Manor; The Vill, Borough, or Town, of Manchester (Classic Reprint) (): John Harland: BooksAuthor: John Harland. Mamecestre: Being Chapters from the Early Recorded History of the Barony; the Lordship Or Manor; the Vill, Borough, Or Town, of Manchester, John Harland Remains, historical & literary, connected with the palatine counties of Lancaster and Chester.

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Mamecestre: St. Mary's Church and St. Michael's Church. City with a textile tradition dating back to 14th century Flemish weavers. Transformed by the Industrial Revolution, it became an inland port on the Manchester Ship Canal.

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Mamecestre. [Manchester] Printed for the Chetham Society, (OCoLC) Online version: Harland, John, Mamecestre. [Manchester] Printed for the Chetham Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Harland. Mamecestre, Vol 1, Historical Society - Manchester, John Harland FSA, (Secondary Source) Lancashire Memories.

London: Macmillan, Louisa Potter, (Fictional diary). r Great Domesday Book: Domesday place name: Mamecestre: Date: Held by: The National Archives, Kew: Legal status: Public Record(s) Closure status: Open Document, Open Description Image viewer. Preview a low-resolution image of this record.

To download this record without a watermark, please add it to your basket. Buy A classified list of printed original materials for English manorial and agrarian history during the middle ages by Frances Gardiner Davenport (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible g: Mamecestre.

The Roman word "castrum" meaning fort became "chester" and English cities and towns with chester as part of their name were Roman military settlements, hence "Man - chester". In the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle it was Mameceaster and in the Domesday Book, Mamecestre.

Books found: Mamecestre: Being Chapters From the Early Recorded History of the Barony; the Lordship Or Manor; the Vill, Borough, Or Town, of Manchester 1 Harland, John,Ed. Medieval Manchester was centered on the manor house and the church of St Mary mentioned in the Domesday Book. The castle in Manchester overlooked the rivers Irk and Irwell where the Chethams School of Music stands today.

The Gresle family directly leased land to tenants and created burgage tenements for indirect en: Emma de Ashton, Albert "Juvenis" de Grelle, Baro. Wars, Myths and Legends, Rivington. Included here are some of the legends, myths and ghost stories passed down as folk tales of the area.

From the book Lancashire Folk-Lore, printeda Boggart is a sort of ghost or sprite. Mamecestre, Vol 1, Historical Society - Manchester, John Harland FSA, (Secondary Source). Full text of "Mamecestre: being chapters from the early recorded history of the barony; the lordship or manor; the vill, borough, or town, of Manchester" See other formats.Comments The manor house of Manchester was the at site now occupied by Chetham Hospital, just North of the church (now Cathedral).

This was a naturally defensible situation on a sandstone outcrop at the confluence of the Rivers Irwell and Irk, this would appear to be the most likely situation for the castle mentioned inwhen in the custody of Robert de Burun, andwhen held by.

In the Domesday Book of it was named Mamecestre, and had a parish church. It continued to thrive, and by the 16 th century had a grammar school and about 5, inhabitants, so was an important town in the northern county of Lancashire.