|Prehistoric times to The Roman Empire
What is Glossop Heritage?
Derivations for the name of Glossop.
Melandra Roman Fort.
|The Monks and the Barons
Glossop & the Monks of Basingwerk.
The Howard Family, Barons of Glossop Hall.
|Old Town and New Town
Developments in the Second Quarter of the 19th Century.
Glossop, an extract from an 1846 Derbyshire Directory.
Longdendale Historical & Descriptive Sketches, 1863.
Glossop, Hadfield & District Almanack, 1907.
Harehills and Howardtown.
Story of Victoria Hall.
The Cotton Industry in Glossopdale.
Edmund Potter and the Dinting Printworks, a brief history.
Gnat Hole - a Woollen Mill in a Cotton Town.
Olive & Partington's Turnlee Mills.
Isaac Jackson, Hawkshead, a brief history.
The Wood Family - Mill owners of Glossopdale.
Francis James Sumner and Wren Nest Mills.
John Walton of Glossop, Charlestown & Longdendale Works.
|Religion and Education
Glossopdale Churches and Chapels.
Church Bazaar Handbook extracts.
|Road and Rail
The Glossop Turnpike Roads.
The Railways in Glossop.
Glossop Co-operative Society.
A Glossop Apothecary & The Ducal Warrant.
The Proclamation of George V.
Manor Park - The Grounds of Glossop Hall.
Howard Park - Wood's Baths and Wood's Hospital.
Partington Convalescent Home.
Glossop Detachment of the Cheshire Regiment.
Glossop - World War 1.
WW2 The Royal Signals - Glossop's own regiment.
Boeing RB-29A [F13-A] Superfortress 44-61999 "Over Exposed".
The Great Glossop Flood of 1834.
The Great Storm in Peakland 1930.
The Glossopdale Floods of 1944.
The severe winter of 1940.
The blizzard of 1953.
The blizzard of 1958.
The severe winter of 1962-63.
Snippets from Various Winters.
|Local Worthies and Their Legacies to Glossop
Matthew Ellison Hadfield, Architect.
Robert Hamnett, Historian.
Dr Milligan, Glossop's first full-time Medical Officer of Health.
The Joseph Hague Trust (Founded 1779).
Robert Kershaw, Philanthropist.
Joseph Dempsey Doyle, Alderman, Mayor and Freeman of Glossop.
Scenes from Hadfield.
Station Road, Hadfield - Then and Now.
The Whitfield Enclosure Award, 1813.
The Whitfield Well Dressings.
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|T W Ellison's Glossop Dale Reminiscences
A series of articles by Glossop's former Town Clerk. Click Here to go to the contents list.
Page last updated: 9 July 2017.