Stories Organisations Projects About Login

digital photographs - Manchester cathedral pamphlet

From the Collection of Ballarat Heritage Services PO Box 2209 Bakery Hill Post Office Victoria

4 Digital photographs, part of a pamphlet
Object Registration
manchester, manchester cathedral, de gresle, england, domesday book
Historical information
In the early middle ages the 'new town' of Manchester developed about a mile from the former Roman settlement of Castlefield. The Domesday Book (1086) records that within the Salford Hundred , Manchester had a church dedicated to St Mary. By the 13th centruy there was a stone church on the site by the de Gresle family whose crest is still used by the Manchester cathedral today. ... More information is contained within the pamphlet.
When Made
Last updated
20 Jun 2020 at 2:47PM