History Research Group

Geoff Wellens1This is an informal group of around twenty researchers who have come together to share their knowledge and create a better understanding of the history of Middleton, its people and the surrounding area. It occasionally holds meetings at Ye Olde Boar’s Head P.H. The coordinator is well known local historian, Geoff Wellens.

If you have an interest in local history then get in touch … email middletonheritage@gmail.com

5 thoughts on “History Research Group

  1. drm

    I’ve forwarded your query to a local historian. Best wishes, Site Admin

  2. Roy Liddle

    Hi I wonder if you can help with research on my .family history
    My Brother , Peter Liddle , was born in Macclesfield ,March 1943 ( no exact date) , but the family had no connections with that area , all being cotton workers in Middleton . I wonder if this may be due to evacuation during the was and if so was this common practice.

    Also I am trying to access parish records for both St Leonards Church and St Micheals and wonder if you have a link ?
    Normally I would visit the library but of course not possible in the unusual time

    many thanks

    roy liddle

  3. Me

    Hi I would like them if still available I live in the centre of Middleton and have done since birth.
    Thanks

  4. drm

    Happy new Year. Yes, I’m sure they would be. I’ll write separately to you. David M.

  5. Jackie Aiton

    I wonder if you can help. I have been clearing out my grandfathers belongings and have come across a number of books and photographs relating to Middleton and the surrounding area from 1860 to WW1. Would these be if any interest to anyone at Middleton heritage? I can’t bring myself to throw them away but am not really sure what to do with them!

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