New Records in Our Database

Manchester and Lancashire Family History Society

Our Records - Our Manchester Ancestors

Our dedicated members and volunteers are constantly transcribing and creating more records and documents to add to our extensive holdings relating to Manchester, its neighbours and surrounding areas. Scroll down to see the most recent additions to the database. All records can be searched from the orange search button above.

3,142 Baptisms from St Mary, Prestwich 1769-1791

MLFHS: Added 15 April 2021

863 Names Added from 205 Memorials at Edgworth United Reformed Church

MLFHS: Added 30 March 2021

277 Names Added from Belmont Congregational Chapel

MLFHS: Added 30 March 2021

2,178 Burials Added from Christ Church Bible Christian Church, Hulme 1827-1839

MLFHS: Added 23 March 2021

637 Names Added From Manchester Grammar School Records 1807-1823

MLFHS: Added 20 March 2021

1,488 BMD Records Added From Manchester Courier 1828

MLFHS: Added 19 March 2021

Documents: Public houses and Publicans from 1879 and 1933 Directories

MLFHS: Added 17 Mar 2021

4,244 Names Added of Testators of 'Supra' Wills, Chester 1838-1858

MLFHS: Added 8 March 2021

1,304 burials added from St Mary, Prestwich 1752-1768

MLFHS: added 5 March 2021

321 Names of Clergy Added for Manchester and Salford

MLFHS: Added 4 March 2021

1,011 Records Added From Bolton Historical Gleanings

MLFHS: Added 17 February 2021

304 Officers Names Added From 49th Openshaw Bn of the Home Guard

MLFHS: Added 16 February 2021

1,850 Baptisms Added From St Mary's, Prestwich

MLFHS: Added 15 February 2021

962 Names Added from Manchester Grammar School Records

MLFHS: 15 February 2021

5,682 Burial Records added from King Street Bible Christian Church, Salford

MLFHS: Added 10 February 2021

2,036 Grave Records added from Little Lever United Reformed Church

MLFHS: added 4 February 2021

2,360 Baptisms added from Sacred Trinity Church, Salford

MLFHS: Added 30 January 2021

236 Records of Military General Service Medal Awards

MLFHS: Added 27 January 2021

1,690 Beer Sellers from Slaters Manchester Directory 1911

MLFHS: 27 January 2021

1,863 Deaths Added From Scutari Hospital, Crimea

MLFHS: Added 27 January 2021

4,475 Records Added from Bolton Workhouse Creed Books

MLFHS: Added 25 January 2021

1,172 Names added from the Manchester School 1730-1775

MLFHS: Added 22 January 2020

1,5S6 Baptisms added from Sacred Trinity Church, Salford

MLFHS: Added 12 January 2021

5,109 Records added from Bolton Workhouse Creed Books

MLFHS: Added 24 Dec 2020

1,620 baptisms added from Sacred Trinity Church, Salford

MLFHS: Added 19 December 2020

995 names added from WEA Axon's 'The Annals of Manchester'

MLFHS: Added 15 December 2020

878 names added from Manchester Grammar School Records

MLFHS: added 15 December 2020

16,559 burials added from All Saints, chorlton-on-medlock

MLFHS: added 12 October 2020

1,541 deaths added from scutari Hospital, Crimea

MLFHS: added 11 September 2020

1,320 BMD records added from Manchester Courier

MLFHS: added 11 September 2020

12,780 records added of Probates of Manchester Testators

MLFHS: added 11 september 2020

85 death records added from Withington Hospital

MLFHS: Added 11 September 2020

2,245 Records Added from Bolton Workhouse Creed Books

MLFHS: added 10 July 2020

6,650 Burials Added From St Mark, Cheetham

MLFHS: added 27 July 2020

4,889 Donor Records Added From Henshaw's Asylum for the Blind

MLFHS: Added 5 June 2020
Trafford Road Swing Bridge: Hilary Hartigan

We hold many of our meetings in Manchester, at the Manchester Central Library, but our area of interest is much greater than that - Manchester, Salford, Trafford, Tameside and part of Lancashire, roughly what is now Greater Manchester. The Trafford Road Bridge, shown above, links Salford on the left and Trafford on the right with the Manchester ship canal flowing beneath. Add to that the mix of old and new architecture and we have the modern scene - remembering where we came from and looking forward.

Normally we would hope to fill this page with things to do that relate to our local and family history, events at the Library, a family history fair at Stretford, a canal event nearby but, at the time of the writing, we are learning the new art of online meetings and gatherings, of digital conversations on forums and of learning by video. It's all good, it's not going to go away, but we are looking to a time when we can cross that bridge and meet people again at meetings, fairs and cultural events, wherever in Manchester and Lancashire they might be.

We hope you will follow this page often and we shall try to bring you news of upcoming events, be they real or virtual.

Researching Hulme: Resources

Some resources that might help you in your search for Ancestors from the Hulme area of Manchester.