Named from the “the Booths”, derived from the name given to the huts that housed the manor herdsmen, its origins go back to Roman times with a hoard of coins dated 289 – 296 A.D. was found at Boothsbank in 1989. Modern Day Boothstown lay on the Roman Road heading North West. Part of the Manor of Worsley,  Henry de Worsley of Worsley gave a share in the estate of Booths to Robert in 1323, his son by his second wife.…

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