1680       

1680
Alms-houses, Millar’s Lane, were erected at the cost of £309 10s. 2d.(7)

1680
Rev. Edward Richardson, B.A., died. He was a son of Thomas Richardson, of Grindlow, and in 1658, at the age of 24, he was ordained minister of Stretford by the Manchester Classis. He was also a chaplain of the Collegiate Church, and in 1660 preached the morning (six o’clock) sermon. He was ejected in 1663, and became a Presbyterian teacher at Little Hilton. (Bailey’s Old Stretford, pp. 39, 40.)(7)