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The town Macclesfield is situated in the east of Cheshire. It falls to the south of Greater Manchester, to the west of Derbyshire, and to the north of Staffordshire. It lies 38 miles to the east of Chester, and nears large towns such a Stockport and Buxton. According to the 2011 census, Macclesfield has a population of 63,984. The town of Macclesfield lies on the River Bolin, a tributary to the 110km long River Mersey.
Throughout early history, Macclesfield was located in the ancient 'Hundred' of 'Hamestan'. The town is referred to as 'Maclesfield' in the 1086 Doomsday Book and 'Makeslesfeld' in 1183. The EPNS (English Place-Name Society) believes the toponymy of Macclesfield derives from the Old English words 'Maccel' and 'Field', meaning 'Maccel's' open country. Despite 'Silk Town' appearing as Macclesfield's preferred nickname, its traditional nickname is 'Treacle Town'. 'Treacle Town' refers to a historical event when a cart overturned and split treacle onto the street.
Michael Jackson- Television Executive, Producer and Chief Executive of Channel 4 between 1997 and 2001
Stuart Evers- Novelist, literary critic and short story writer
Ian Curtis- Lead signer English rock band Joy Division
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Sir Ben Ainsley- Olympic gold-medal-winning yachtsman
Izzy Christiansen- English footballer who plays for Everton FC
In 1743, English industrialist Charles Roe founded Macclesfield's first silk mill. By 1832, there were 71 silk mills in the vicinity, employing in excess of 10,000 local workers. Unfortunately, an economic crash in 1852 crippled Macclesfield's silk production, causing many mil-workers to emigrate to America. Macclesfield's silk production continued until the late 1980s, however the silk industry no longer dominated the local economy.