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Staffordshire Place Guide - Calton

Calton

All of the links in the table below enable you to view Collection catalogues in our online catalogue Gateway to the Past. Where there is no link this is either because we hold the collection but the catalogue is not yet online, or because the collection is held by another Archive Service, or is still in the hands of the organisation itself.

Location  
OS County Series 6 inches to 1 mile sheet 14SE, 14SW
OS National Grid 6 inches to 1 mile sheet  SK15SW
OS National Grid reference SK103502
Church of England   
Ancient Parishes Blore Ray, St Bartholomew; Mayfield, St John the Baptist; Waterfall, St James and St Bartholomew See note 1.
Ancient Chapelry Calton, St Mary
Local Government   
Civil Parish Blore (to 1866); Mayfield (to 1866); Waterfall (to 1866); Calton (1866-1934); Waterhouses (1934-date).  See note 1.
Hundred Totmonslow South
Poor Law Union Ashbourne Poor Law Union (1836-1930). See note 2.
District Council Mayfield Rural District (1894-1934); Cheadle Rural District (1934-1974); Staffordshire Moorlands District (1974-date)
Parliamentary Representation  
Parliamentary Constituency (to 1974) Northern Staffordshire (1832-1867); North Staffordshire (1867-1885); Leek (1885-1918); Stone (1918-1948); Leek (1948-1974)
Nonconformist Churches   
Methodist Churches  Calton Methodist Chapel
Photographs  
Building conservation photographs Building conservation photographs for Calton  Please see note 2 below.
Notes   
Note 1 Calton was an ancient chapelry composed of parts of three ancient parishes, known for civil purposes as the townships of Calton in Blore, Calton in Mayfield and Calton in Waterfall.
Note 2 Records held at Derbyshire Record Office
Note 3 This link provides a hitlist of photographs included within a larger collection covering the entire county.

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