Withington is an attractive and thriving district of south Manchester, with a long history, a diverse population and a village centre which is a Conservation Area. The Civic Society was founded more . In the Township of South Manchester was joined to the Township of Manchester and the Prestwich Union to form the Manchester Union. Although the Withington Institution continued to . In the fee of Withington owed to the lord of Manchester the ploughing of 15 acres of land, a service valued at 7s. 6d.; it also owed a service of reaping as due from 30 oxgangs of land, worth 2s. 6d. The clear value of the vill of Withington . The manor of Withington covered a large area by the thirteenth century including Burnage, Chorlton, Rusholme, Fallowfield, Moss Side and Levenshulme as well as Denton and Haughton. William de Withington .
Withington Civic Society, Manchester, United Kingdom. likes 58 talking about this. The Society's aim is to protect and improve the environment and amenities of Withington, Ladybarn and Old Moat. We hold a good set of records for Withington Hospital and Workhouse (ref GBM). Birth registers to (on microfilm MF or on findmypast up to ); Death registers (includes . Name: Withington, Manchester Place type: Suburban Area Location: Grid Ref: SJ • X/Y co-ords: , • Lat/Long: , A suburb of south Manchester, Withington lies around four miles from Manchester city centre, near Fallowfield, Didsbury and Chorlton-cum-Hardy. Records can be found in the 13th century .
Reprographics: photocopying and microfilm copying A website; is available to discover more about the documents, books, maps, photographs and more held by archives and local history libraries within Greater Manchester. Book an Ad ; Public Notices If a property boom can be judged by the number of estate agents on a high street then the south Manchester district of Withington is definitely one to watch. Didsbury is a suburban area of Manchester, England, on the north bank of the River Mersey, miles ( km) south of Manchester city population at the census Historically a part of Lancashire, there are records of Didsbury existing as a small hamlet as early as the 13th century. Its early history was dominated by being part of the Manor of Withington. Manchester Historic Association collections Volume 10 [Association, Manchester Historic] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Manchester Historic Association Author: Manchester Historic Association.