In her will her share of the lordships of Staley and Ashton were left to the Booths.The manor of Staley remained in the possession of the Booth family until the death of George Booth, 2nd Earl of Warrington on 2 August 1758.

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Upon his death, the Earldom of Warrington became extinct.

His only daughter, Lady Mary Booth, the wife of Henry Grey, 4th Earl of Stamford, inherited all the Booth estates.

Margaret, the eldest of their two daughters, married Sir William Booth of Dunham Massey The younger daughter, Elizabeth, was widowed without children.

She continued to live at Staley Hall until her death in 1553.

The lordship of Longdendale included the manors of Staley, Godley, Hattersley, Hollingworth, Matley, Mottram, Newton, Tintwistle and Werneth; the manor of Staley was first mentioned between 12.

The first records of the de Stavelegh family as Lords of the Manor date from the early 13th century. The present hall was built in the late 16th century on the same site as an earlier hall of the Stayley family, dating from before 1343.

By 1814 there were twelve factories and by 1818 the number had increased to sixteen.