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All Saints Church of England, Newton Heath

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All Saints,
Culcheth Lane,
Newton Heath
Lancashire

Cemeteries

The Monumental Inscriptions in the graveyard covering deaths between 1717-1916 are held at the Lancashire Record Office.

Church History

It was founded in 1556.

The church of All Saints is a substantial Gothic stone building, consisting of chancel, nave, aisles and square tower containing one bell, and contains a magnificent stained window, the gift of James Taylor esq., of Newton: there are 1000 seats, 350 of which are free. The register commences in 1723. The living is a rectory, yearly value £300, with residence, in the gift of the Dean and Canons of Manchester, and held by the Rev. William Hutchinson, BD, of Emmanuel College Cambridge. Connected with the church are two Sunday and day schools: the average number of children attending these schools is-Sunday 1,100, week-day 600.

from Kelly's directory of Manchester, 1873

Records for All Saints Parish Church date back to 1655. There is an ancient chapelry mentioned as far back as 1573 when Bishop Bridgman made an order in respect of maintenance for a curate. The current church was erected in 1814 under an Act of Parliament. At this time the district of the chapelry changed and included Newton (Newton Heath), Failsworth, Droylsden, Bradford and part of Moston. This continued until the passing of the Rectorial Act when these places were separated and became parishes. In 1997 the parish united with St. Wilfred and St. Anne's to form the parish of Newton Heath.

Church Records

Manchester Archives and Local Studies, Manchester Central Library, hold:
  • Baptisms 1723-1941
  • Marriages 1729-1947
  • Burials 1728-1963
The IGI contains:
  • Baptisms - 1654-1722, 1756-1844
  • Marriages - 1850-1856

Marriages 1837-1860 are held within Lancashire BMD. N.B. Select "Manchester" region.

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Copies of Original Registers

Baptisms
Marriages
Burials

Copies of Bishop's Transcripts

Baptisms
Marriages
Burials

Register Transcripts

Baptisms
Marriages
Burials
MI

Maps

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