East View of Crumpsall Hall, formerly the residence of Humphrey Chetham [Manchester]). “From the work usually known as ‘James's Views,’ published May 9, 1825.” Source: Old Manchester, Plate 19. [Click on image to enlarge it.]
Chetham (1580-1653), a seventeenth-century cloth merchant and philanthropist, became High Sheriff of the County of Lancaster.
Crumpsall Hall and other great houses
- East view of Hulme Hall
- Hulme Hall
- Garratt Hall
- Blackley Hall
- North View of Crumpsall Hall, the birthplace of Humphrey Chetham
- William Theed's marble statue of Humphrey Chetham in Manchester Cathedral
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Old Manchester: A series of Views of the more ancient buildings in Manchester and its vicinity as they appeared fifty years ago.. Manchester: J. E. Cornish, 1875. Internet Archive. Web. 7 November 2012.
Last modified 7 November 2012