Hidden within the present day Cathedral is the angel stone recovered during the Victorian renovation, embedded in […]
The family of De La Warre would play a considerable part in Manchester during the 1300-1400’s […]
Around 1282 one hundred and fifty tenants are created free of servitude. Known as Burgesses they […]
The De Gresle family held the Barony of Manchester for two centuries. Albert De Gresley received […]
Peverel is thought to have been the illegitimate son of William the Conqueror and as a […]
The Domesday Book was commissioned in December 1085 by William the Conqueror, who invaded England in […]
Roger can safely hold the title as the First Lord of Lancashire and was the third […]
There are almost no written sources mentioning Lancashire or Manchester before William the Conqueror’s Domesday survey […]
The first half of the tenth century saw the English Kings continued struggle against the Danes, […]
The main archeological evidence of the Dark Ages is the Nico Ditch. This is a linear […]