Ancient Parish of Glossop
Outline and Bibliography.
Borough Centenary Celebrations
Centenary Handbook Transcript.
Centenary Carnival Programme Transcript.
Centenary Celebrations 1966 Ephemera.
The Joseph Hague Charity.
Glossop Area Schools, Historical Notes and Photos.
Pioneers of Education in Glossop; Institutes and Friendly Societies.
The Establishment of Hadfield Nursery School.
Glossop's Theatres and Cinemas.
Bankswood - Hadfield's Park.
Hadfield Carnival 1926
The Manor Park Paddle Boats
Facts & Figures
Glossopdale & Longdendale in the 19th Century.
Glossop in 1881/2.
Glossop Town Plan 1954-1971.
The Hadfield Family Farm at Whitfield and Cross Cliffe Mill.
Churn Milk Hall at the Corner of Hadfield Place and James Street.
The Excelsior Works of John Hadfield & Sons, Glossop.
Gnat Hole - a Woollen Mill in a Cotton Town.
Notes on the Mills of Glossopdale.
Relationships Between the Mill Owning Families of Glossopdale.
The Importance of Water to the Mills of Glossopdale.
The Cotton Panic of the 1860s as it affected the Glossop area.
Olive & Partington's Turnlee Mills.
Landmarks and Events
The Glossop Drinking Fountains.
The Development of Norfolk Square.
The Opening of Glossop Cemetery.
The Lighting of Glossop's Streets.
Glossop's Early Council Housing.
Glossop's Celebrations of The Coronation of Queen Victoria; Glossop in 1838.
Glossop's Celebrations of The Coronation of Edward VII, 1902.
Glossop's Celebrations of The Coronation of George V, 1911.
Glossop's Celebrations of The Coronation of George VI, 1937.
Glossop's Celebrations of The Coronation of Elizabeth II, 1953.
Municipal Handbook Transcripts
The Official Handbook of the Glossop Borough Council, circa 1933/34.
Glossop Official Handbook 1948.
Glossop Official Handbook circa 1953.
Glossop Official Guide, circa 1957.
Photos of Glossop
Images of Glossop in Multi-view postcards.
High Street West, Glossop over the years.
Glossop Area Places of Worship.
Rev. A. C. M. White, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Hadfield 1917-1955.
St. Andrew’s Mothers’ Meeting, Hadfield, Golden Jubilee 1943.
Charlesworth Independent Chapel Triple Jubilee Commemoration 1798 — 1948.
Whitfield St. James Church, Centenary 1946.
Shops and Businesses
Number 1 High Street West, Glossop's Noted Corner Shop.
Bank Buildings, Victoria Street and High Street West.
Town Hall Shops, 5 to 23 High Street West.
The First Hundred Years of Banking in Glossop.
The Early Development of Shops and Businesses of Norfolk Square and Henry Street, Glossop.
Market Street, Glossop, The First Hundred Years.
The Early Shops and Businesses of the eastern side of Norfolk Street, Glossop.
Early occupants of the north end of Victoria Street, Glossop; Jackson's Buildings and its predecessors.
An Early History of numbers 1 to 25 High Street East, Glossop.
An Early History of numbers 2 to 26 High Street East, Glossop.
An Early History of High Street West, Glossop, between Market Street and Chapel Street.
An Early History of High Street West, Glossop, between Railway Street and Arundel Street.
Howard Street, Glossop, the first hundred years (approx).
Station Road, Hadfield - Then and Now.
Local Co-operative Societies.
Glossop's Early Local Newspapers.
W. G. Grace in Glossop.
Glossop and District Cricket League 1900.
Tintwistle Cricket Club 1903 (photo).
The Hamlet of Charlesworth (including Gamesley).
Chisworth and Ludworth.
The Hamlet of Chunal.
The Hamlet of Dinting.
The Hamlet of Hadfield.
Historical Review of the Township of Padfield.
The Hamlet of Padfield.
The Hamlet of Simmondley.
A Ramble Through Whitfield and Chunal.
Whitfield In The Past.
The Hamlet of Whitfield.
The Whitfield Enclosure Award, 1813.
Longdendale and Woodhead.
Longdendale Historical & Descriptive Sketches, 1863.
Transcripts of Glossopdale & Longdendale entries from Trade Directories.
Gamesley and Dinting Railway Layouts 1850-1900.
Park Road footbridge, Hadfield.
Memorials in the Glossop area and pen pictures of the Fallen.