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One of the round cairns is the best-preserved Bronze Age monument in Tameside, The medieval Lords of the manor took de Stavelegh as their name, later becoming Stayley or Staley.The lordship of Longdendale was one of the ancient feudal estates of Cheshire and included the area of Stalybridge.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 of Staley 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 which dated from before 1343.
Sir Ralph Staley (descendant of the de Stavelegh family) had no male heirs but an only daughter, Elizabeth Staley, who married Sir Thomas Assheton and united the manors of Ashton and Staley.
Elizabeth and Thomas had two daughters and no sons.