Catalogue description Hadfield Manuscripts

This record is held by Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service: William Salt Library

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Title: Hadfield Manuscripts

A collection of genealogical notebooks compiled in the late 19th century.


2/1/00 Materials for the History of Aughton, co. Lancs.


2/2/00 Notes taken from Visitations of Staffordshire, 1663 & 1664.


2/3/00 Miscellaneous notes on Genealogy and Heraldry (mostly royal).


2/4/00 Epitaphs from a Liverpool Church.


2/5/00 Note relating to John Baptist Jackson, wood engraver.


2/6/00 Lancashire and Cheshire Pedigrees.


2/7/00 Miscellaneous Extracts, Pedigrees, etc. (mostly out-county).


2/8/00 Miscellaneous Pedigrees and Arms.


2/9/00 Extracts from Parish Registers, mainly Staffordshire.


2/10/00 Account of the Lords of Whitmore Manor and similar accounts of other North Staffordshire families.


2/11/00 Cheshire, Lancashire, Westmorland, Cumbria and Staffordshire Pedigrees.


2/12/00 Cheshire Pedigrees extracted from Booths of Twemlow Genealogical MSS.

Date: 19th Century
Held by: Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Archive Service: William Salt Library, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Hadfield, William, fl 1831-1845, of Staffordshire, vicar

Physical description: 43 files
Custodial history:

Mr. S.A.H. Burne stated that the documents were given to this Library in 1874 by Joseph Mayer [of Liverpool?]. They were compiled by Rev. William Hadfield whose known career seems to have been:


B.A. (Cantab) 1831


Congleton (stipendiary curate) 1835-36


Alsager [?vicar] c.1845 (Pedigree - Cheshire R.O.)

  • Staffordshire
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