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Offline Althea7

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Re: Nineteenth century map of Manchester?
« Reply #9 on: Monday 03 December 18 12:44 GMT (UK) »
Thanks for those links.

I am finding more addresses on birth and death certificates, that I want to be able to place on a map of Manchester.  Also it is very interesting how Manchester changed over time before, during and after the Industrial Revolution.



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Re: Nineteenth century map of Manchester?
« Reply #10 on: Monday 03 December 18 21:29 GMT (UK) »
Interesting website about the history of Ancoats, and Manchester in general.  I was searching for an image of a nineteenth century court, to see what the houses looked like.

https://historicengland.org.uk/images-books/publications/ancoats/ancoats/

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currently concentrating on NUTCHER & MARSHALL families, Hampshire.
and family of Thomas ANDERSON a Tailor of Perth, Scotland