The Old Vicarage. This house was donated by will in 1718 to be used as a vicarage. Around 1910 Alison Uttley countrywoman and childrens' writer lived here.

The Old Vicarage, King Street/Drury Lane, Knutsford, United Kingdom

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Sir Henry Holland noted physician, traveller and writer was born here in 1788. He was doctor to two women important to George IV, Queen Caroline and Mrs Fitzherbert, to Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and to six Prime Ministers.

King Street, Knutsford, United Kingdom

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Marble Arch. This was once a coaching inn, thought to have been known as the Mermaid. It then became The Angel before the inn's removal to the opposite side of the street in the early Eighteenth Century.

Hillside Road, Knutsford, United Kingdom

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A Chapel of Ease stood here from the 14th century until the Parish Church was built in 1744. The Grammar School was also here until 1887.

King Street, Knutsford, United Kingdom

The Old Vicarage. This house was donated by will in 1718 to be used as a vicarage. Around 1910 Alison Uttley countrywoman and childrens' writer lived here.

The Old Vicarage, King Street/Drury Lane, Knutsford, United Kingdom

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A 'Welcome Club' for officers of the American Third Army was opened in this building by General George S Patton Commanding Officer on 25th April, 1944 prior to participation in the Liberation of Europe June 1944 to May 1945

The Ruskin Rooms, Drury Lane, Knutsford, United Kingdom

This property built in the reign of George I is reputed to have been the fictional home of Miss Matty the principal character in Mrs Gaskell's 'Cranford' and was also the home of Miss Elizabeth Harker upon whom Mrs Gaskell based her 'Cranford' character Betty Barker.

22-24 Princess Street, Knutsford, United Kingdom

The Old Police Station. In 1848 County Terrace was erected "for the occupation of the warders and discipline officers" of Knutsford Gaol, which stood behind the Law Courts on Toft Road. This house served as a police station. Its cell block, now converted to domestic accommodation, survives in the yard.

County Terrace, Bexton Road, Knutsford, United Kingdom

Brook Street Chapel. This was built following the Act of Toleration of 1689, which allowed Protestant dissenters to worship in their own Chapels. Elizabeth Gaskell, the Novelist, is buried in the graveyard.

Unitarian Chapel, Brook Street, Knutsford, United Kingdom

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Edward Penny RA

Freemason Arms, Silk Mill Street, Knutsford, United Kingdom