1702       

2nd. October Friday
Rev. Nathaniel Scholes died of palsy 2nd October, 1702. He was a son of the Rev. Jeremia Scholes (see under date 1685). He was minister at Newton Heath and at Macclesfield. He was a great friend of Henry Newcome. (Earwaker’s East Cheshire, vol. ii., p. 511; Palatine Note-book, vol. iv., p. 30.) He was one of the believers in the Surey impostor.(7)

1702
In the household book of a respectable tradesman of Manchester there is for the fiest time a charge of 10s. for tea and coffee. (Aikin’s Country Round Manchester.)(7)