Country England
County South Yorkshire
Study Area Mosborough
About the Study Mosborough is a semi-rural parish on the outskirts of Sheffield. Before boundary changes in 1967, it fell within the Scarsdale Hundred of the County of Derbyshire and has a long tradition of agriculture coal mining and sickle making tracing back to Domesday and beyond. Today, its population of just over 4,000 makes up a thriving community with a strong sense of community, many local people having deep links with the past. There is an extensive collection of archive material stretching back many centuries, demonstrating the continuity of the village and forming a rich source for historical and genealogical research.
Population 4,065 in 2011
Contact John Rotherham