St Martin, Ashton-upon-Mersey - Church of England

[Photo] St Martin

[Photo] St Martin

[Photo] St Martin

Church Lane, Ashton-upon-Mersey, Cheshire.


Congregation's Website


This church had a graveyard.


This church was founded in 1304. It is still open.

1304: First church built.
1714: New church built.
A detailed history is available on the church website.


Manchester Archives:
Baptisms 1636-1880 and Baptism Transcripts 1701-1761.
Marriages 1636-1888 and Marriages Transcripts 1701-1761. Burials 1636-1890 and Burials Transcript 1707-1890.
Cheshire Archives:
Early Registers 1636-1812, Baptisms 1813-1960, Banns 1914-1994, Marriages 1754-1947, Burials. 1813-1939.


This church is located at Lat/Lon 53.433526/-2.343431 (OS Grid Reference SJ7718693055), which you can view on this selection of on-line maps:


A special thanks to the following people who have contributed information for this page: Colin Smith. If you can contribute any of the missing information, then please use the 'contribute information' link at the bottom of this page to get in-touch.

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