Heaton Norris, town and township, Manchester nar., SE. Lancashire, on river Mersey, 5½ miles SE. of Manchester - township, 2116 ac., pop. 20,347 (14,550 in bor. of Stockport); town, pop. 5797; P.O., T.O.; is connected with Stockport by several bridges and a railway viaduct; has extensive cotton factories, bleaching works and iron foundries.
John Bartholomew, Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887)
|Christ Church, Heaton Norris, Church of England|
|St John the Baptist, Heaton Mersey, Church of England|
|St Paul, Heaton Moor, Church of England|
|St Thomas the Apostle, Heaton Chapel, Church of England|
|Church of the Upper Room Congregational, Heaton Mersey|
|Hanover, Heaton Norris, Congregational|
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|Bethesda Primitive Methodist, Heaton Norris|
|Didsbury Rd, Heaton Mersey, Wesleyan Methodist|
|Heaton Moor Rd, Heaton Moor, Wesleyan Methodist|
|Tiviot Dale Wesleyan Methodist, Heaton Norris|
|King's Drive, Heaton Moor, Unitarian|
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"HEATON-NORRIS, a township and chapelry in the parish of Manchester, hundred of Salford, county Lancaster, adjoining Stockport, its post town. It has a station on the Manchester and Stockport, and Stockport and Staleybridge, and Stockport and Temperley lines of railway. This place is partly in the borough of Stockport, and is separated from Cheshire by the river Mersey, here crossed by the viaduct of the Manchester and Birmingham railway. Petty sessions for the Manchester division of the hundred of Salford are held here. The inhabitants are chiefly engaged in the cotton-mills. There are several churches and chapels, comprising St. Thomas's, a rect in the diocese of Manchester, value £83, in the patronage of the dean and chapter; Christ Church, also a rectory, value £30, in the patronage of the Bishop of Manchester. There are places of worship for Independents and other denominations of Protestant Dissenters. The charities produce about £21 per annum, half of which is the endowment to Hollingpriest's free school, founded in 1785. There is also a Sunday-school with a small endowment, situated at Heaton-Mersey."
In 1835 Heaton Norris was a township in the parish of Manchester.
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