Macclesfield

Macclesfield, Cheshire manufacturing town on the Bollin, 15 m. S. of Manchester; has a 13th-century church, and a grammar-school founded by Edward VI.; its staple industry is silk manufactures; there are breweries, and mining and quarrying near.

Population (circa 1900) given as 36,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

M'Clellan * MacClintock
Macarius, St.
Macaroni
Macassar
Macaulay, Thomas Babington, Lord
Macbeth
Maccabees
Maccabees, Books Of
M'Carthy, Justin
M'Cheyne, Robert Murray
M'Clellan
Macclesfield
MacClintock
M'Clure
M'Crie, Thomas
M'Culloch, Horatio
M'Culloch, John Ramsey
MacCunn, Hamish
Macdonald
Macdonald, Sir Claude M.
Macdonald, Flora
Macdonald, George

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Balguy, Thomas
Bowyer, William
Bradley, James
Brancker, Thomas
Brindley, James
Canton, John
Conybeare, John
Costard, George
Ellys, Anthony
Elstob, Elizabeth
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