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From the Old English name Maccel, hence meaning field of Maccel. The Domesday Book records the name of Maclesfeld.

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  1. A market town in Cheshire, England.
  2. A former borough in Cheshire, abolished on 1 April 2009 and merged into Cheshire East.

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