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1666
Sir Edward Mosley, second baronet, lord of the manor, died at the age of 27. In 1661 he was returned M.P. for the borough of St. Michael, Cornwall. There was a lawsuit about his will, but in the end the Rolleston estates came into the possession of the Mosleys of Ancoats.(7)

1666
The particulars of his rental of his Lancashire estates are thus given : Manor of Heaton Norris, 149 8s.; Manor of Withington and its members, 402 1s.; Berry Lands, 10; old chief rents of Withington, 1 6s. 11d.; tithes of Withington, 211 2s. 3d. ; Alport Lodge ground, 44 17s.; Alport fields, 53 13s.; Manor of Manchester, 212. Within Didsbury : Hough or Old Hall demesne, 300; Hough's End, 140; Tithes of Hough demesne, 10. Total 1,534 8s. 2d.(7)