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These are the sources and citations used to research Podcast: Queen Victoria's visits to Manchester and Salford. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Monday, April 6, The Manor or Hundred of Salford had Anglo-Saxon origins.

The Domesday Book recorded that the area was held in by Edward the Confessor. Salford was recorded as part of the territory of Inter Ripam et Mersam or "Between Ribble and Mersey", and it was included with the information about Cheshire, though it cannot be said clearly to have been part of : Ancient Hundred.

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This is a list of people from Salford, a city in North West list includes people from Salford and the wider City of Salford, and thus may include people from Eccles, Swinton, Worsley and other outlying areas of Salford.

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The city has a population ofand is administered from the Salford Civic Centre in nial county: Greater Manchester. Salford, better known for the sweet currant cakes produced by Eccles, one of its townships, is often seen as the lesser part of Manchester, yet it was by far the larger city in the past and has just as long and colourful a history as its neighbour.

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Bibliography. Campbell Dodgson, Woodcuts of the Fifteenth Century in the John Rylands Library (Manchester, ). Guppy and G. Vine, A Classified Catalogue of the Works on Architecture and the Allied Arts in the Principal Libraries of Manchester and Salford (Manchester, ).

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Unpublished Primary Sources. Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester Regiment Archives. MR1/3/1/3 A History of the Manchester Regiment, anonymous, undated pamphlet MR3/18/ The War Memorial at Manchester (Portsmouth: Gale and Polden Ltd, ) Bedford, Bedfordshire and Luton Archives (BLA) L/c/Cha, Bedford County Lieutenancy, county.

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The Manor or Hundred of Salford had Anglo-Saxon origins. The Domesday Book recorded that the area was held in by Edward the Confessor.

Salford was recorded as part of the territory of Inter Ripam et Mersam or "Between Ribble and Mersey", and it was included with the information about Cheshire, though it cannot be said clearly to have been part of Cheshire. The history of Manchester encompasses its change from a minor Lancastrian township into the pre-eminent industrial metropolis of the United Kingdom and the world.

Manchester began expanding "at an astonishing rate" around the turn of the 19th century as part of a process of unplanned urbanisation brought on by a boom in textile manufacture during the Industrial.

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Neglected. It’s time to reveal the neglected medieval history of Salford Hundred, the South East division (known as a Hundred or Wapentake) of the historic County of Lancashire. Background. The Hundred was administered from the royal manor of Salford, which was in the parish of Manchester.A general history of Lancashire can be found is a good place to start for.

BIBLIOGRAPHY.—There is no separate history of Salford; see publications named under MANCHESTER. The MS. records of the Portmote or Court Leet, –, were edited by J. Mandley for the Chetham Society, but.

Lancashire is a county of England, in the northwest of the county did not exist infor the Domesday Book, and was apparently first created inmaking it one of the youngest of the traditional counties.

The historic county consisted of two separate parts. The main part runs along the northwestern coast of England. Salford, Lancashire [Bibliography] Up to InSalford opened a workhouse at the junction of Collier Street and what is now Trinity Way in the Greengate district, just across the Irwell from the centre of Manchester.

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