Odd Rode

Country: England

Region (County/State / Province): Cheshire

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Contact: Annie Cholewa

Study Description 

Odd Rode is a township within the parish of Astbury, Cheshire, and in the early 1800s was comprised of a handful of hamlets and both Rode Hall and estate, seat of the Wilbraham family, and Little Moreton Hall and estate, seat of the Moreton family. The Macclesfield canal and the Staffordshire railway run through the area. I am particularly (but far from solely) interested in the occupations of the residents of Odd Rode and in how those changed over time.


1650 to 1950


1801 – 917 people

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