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CONTENTS

HOMEPAGE

A  MANCHESTER RESEARCHER'S TALE

MANCHESTER AND STOCKPORT CERTIFIED INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS

MANCHESTER COURT RECORDS

BELLE VUE PRISON RECORDS

NEW BAILEY PRISON RECORDS

STRANGEWAYS PRISON RECORDS

STRANGEWAYS PRISON: FIRST REPORTS

MANCHESTER MARTYRS' PRISON RECORDS

PRESS REACTION TO THE MANCHESTER EXECUTIONS PART I

PART II

PART III

WHAT  DID HAPPEN TO THE REMAINS OF THE PRISONERS EXECUTED AT MANCHESTER?

THE MANCHESTER FELONY REGISTER Pt 1

PART 2

PART 3

PART 4

GREATER MANCHESTER RIOTS IN 1868

MANCHESTER AND LANCASHIRE STRAYS IN MILL BANK PRISON

MANCHESTER POOR LAW AND WORKHOUSE RECORDS

MANCHESTER POOR LAW UNION MINUTES

CHORLTON AND SOUTH MANCHESTER REGISTRATION DISTRICT

VOTING REGISTERS AND ELIGIBILITY IN MANCHESTER

1831 POPULATION FIGURES FOR MANCHESTER

MANCHESTER CENSUS COLLECTION DETAILS

PLACES OF WORSHIP IN MANCHESTER AND SALFORD

MANCHESTER PARISH AND CITY

MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE CHURCHES

MANCHESTER AND GENERAL INFORMATION

MANCHESTER BOROUGH POLICE FORCE

SECOND PART

THIRD PART

FOURTH PART

MANCHESTER INQUESTS WITNESS STATEMENTS INDEX

TRANSPORT IN MANCHESTER PART ONE

PART TWO

USEFUL LINKS

MANCHESTER FAMILY HISTORY CONTACT PAGE

 

   

  CHORLTON AND SOUTH MANCHESTER REGISTRATION DISTRICT

 

 

CHORLTON AND SOUTH MANCHESTER REGISTRATION DISTRICT

MANY people get slightly confused when dealing with the area covered by the Chorlton Registration District. It is not just the area in and around Chorlton on Medlock but much more. The correct title of the district is the Chorlton/South Manchester Registration District. The district was in existence between 1837 and 1939 and I have listed the parishes which were within the boundaries,  some only for a short time such as Eccles, St Mary.

Please remember that this is a list of the Established Church Parishes and that there were many other places to get married, including the Register Office itself. There were 132 Non -conformist places of worship plus 21 Roman Catholic churches in the district. A great many were not permitted to keep their own registers before 1899 so these marriage details will be held by  a Register Office in the area or at Southport.

It also does not take into account an adjustment of the boundaries between Manchester North and Manchester South Registration Districts in 1936, which involved part of Hulme going to Manchester North and parts of Bradford and Clayton going to Manchester South.

Please note that not all of these registers have been filmed. They may still be held by the church. To check if the Parish Registers are on film at  the Manchester City Library go to the link at the bottom of this page, or if they are online check The Manchester Collection.

ABBEY HEY

St George c1899 to 1937

 

ARDWICK

St Benedict 1880 to 1939

St Jerome 1914 to 1939

St Matthew 1869 to 1939

St Silas 1856 to 1939

St Thomas 1837 to 1939

 

BARLOWMOOR

Emmanuel c 1860 to 1939

 

BENCHILL

St Luke c1939

 

BIRCH

St Agnes 1887 to 1939

St James 1837 to 1939

 

BROOKLANDS

St John c1868 to 1939

 

BURNAGE

St Margaret c1875 to 1939

St Nicholas c1928 to 1939

 

CHORLTON CUM HARDY

St Clement 1838 to 1939

St Werburgh c1898 to 1939

 

CHORLTON ON MEDLOCK

All Saints 1837 to 1939

St Ambrose 1885 to1 939

St Luke 1859 to 1939

St Paul 1862 to 1939

St Saviour 1938 to 1939

St Stephen 1857 to 1939

 

DIDSBURY

St James 1838 to 1939

 

ECCLES

St Mary 1841 to 1849

 

FALLOWFIELD

Holy Innocent 1873 to 1939

 

FLIXTON

St Michael 1841 to 1849

 

GORTON

All Saints 1879 to 1939

Our Lady and St Thomas c1925 to 1939

St James 1838 to 1939

St Mark 1866 to 1939

St Philip c1909 to 1939

 

GREENHEYS

St Clement 1882 to 1939

 

HIGHER OPENSHAW

St Clement c1881 to 1939

 

HULME

Holy Trinity 1843 to 1939

St Gabriel 1869 to 1939

St George 1837 to 1939

St John the Baptist 1860 to 1939

St Mark 1852 to 1939

St Mary 1859 to 1939

St Michael 1863 to 1939

St Paul 1858 to 1939

St Philip 1860 to 1939

St Stephen 1870 to 1939

 

KIRKMANSHULME

St Cyprian c1898 to 1939

 

LADYBARN

St Chad c1900 to 1939

 

LAWTON MOOR

St Michael and All Angels c1937 to 1939

 

LEVENSHULME

St Andrew c1908 to1 939

St Mark c1908 to 1939

St Peter c1860 to 1939

 

LONGSIGHT

St Clement c1876 to 1939

St John c1846 to 1939

 

MANCHESTER

St Aidan, Bradford c1898 to 1939

St John Chrysostom, Victoria Park 1878 to 1939

 

MOSS SIDE

Christ Church c1858 to 1939

St James 1889 to 1939

 

OLD TRAFFORD

St Bride 1879 to 1939

 

OPENSHAW

St Barnabas 1841 to 1939

 

PLATT

Holy Trinity 1854 to1 939

 

SOUTH LEVENSHULME

St Andrew 1899 to 1939

 

STRETFORD

St Matthew 1841 to 1849

 

WEST DIDSBURY

Christ Church c1882 to 1939

 

WHALLEY RANGE

St Edmund c1883 to 1939

St Margaret 1849 to 1939

 

WITHINGTON

St Christopher c1932 to 1939

St Crispin c1930 to1 939

St Paul c1841 to 1939

Manchester Archives and Local Studies Church Register List:

http://www.manchester.gov.uk/site/scripts/documents_info.php?documentID=464

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