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astwood

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Could anyone tell me what townships came under stockport
circa 1810 i have done all of all the churches in the stockport
itself I want to try the outskirts thanks
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Hi Astwood

Gorton is only a couple of miles north of Stockport and I did find a Richard Moss baptised there on the IGI.

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CHEERS BENNY 1982
Ive seen the gorton baptism but why does it say stockport on all four
census ? did gorton come under stockport at that time?
thanks anyway
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Hi Astwood

When did Richard Moss die? Have you looked for other Moss people born in Stockport at the time Richard was born?

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Hello astwood,
there is a site online you can order maps that have townlands for the stockport area from the 1600s for a fee , there are a lot of area's that are partly in the stockport area like levenshume for instance find the link below , hope this will help,
alan godfrey maps http://www.mlfhs.org.uk/Bookshop/godmaps.htm
best regards Sterico helpusall O0
 

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Hello astwood,
there is a site online you can order maps that have townlands for the stockport area from the 1600s for a fee , there are a lot of area's that are partly in the stockport area like levenshume for instance find the link below , hope this will help,
alan godfrey maps http://www.mlfhs.org.uk/Bookshop/godmaps.htm
best regards Sterico helpusall O0
thanks mate
astwood
 

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