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CULCHETH, a township and a sub-district in Leigh district, Lancashire. The township is in Newchurch-Kenyon parish; lies on the Liverpool and Manchester railway, 3 miles S of Leigh; and has a church, Methodist chapels, an endowed school for boys and girls, and charities £49. Acres, 5,361. Real property, £10,339. Pop., 2,214. Houses, 444. Culcheth Hall is the seat of the Withingtons. The sub-district includes also two townships of Leigh parish. Acres, 10,427. Pop., 10,881. Houses, 2,204.
John Marius Wilson, Imperial Gazetteer of England and Wales (1870-72)
- Church of the Transfiguration, The Mount, Admirals Road, Birchwood, Church of England
- Hob Hey Lane, Twiss Green, Independent Methodist
- Warrington Rd, Risley, Independent Methodist
- Risley Independent Methodist, Fearnhead Lane, Risley, Independent Methodist
- Ellesmere Rd, Methodist
- Primitive Methodist, Risley
- Cross Lane, Risley, Presbyterian
- Thomas Risley Church, Glover Road, Locking Stumps, Presbyterian
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