Sir Thomas Stanley, 2nd Lord Stanley created 1st Earl of Derby.
Henry VII visited Knowsley.
Shakespeare reputedly performed in a play at Knowsley.
Landscaped gardens constructed by Capability Brown.
The 'Derby' horse race founded by the 12th Earl.
Menagerie founded at Knowsley Park.
Prince Regent George IV entertained at Knowsley Hall.
Church of St. Mary the Virgin built at the expense of 13th Earl of Derby.
St. Mary's Church (KN15) consecrated.
A Memorial Chapel including an effigy (KN83) erected by public subscription in St. Mary's Church to the memory of 14th Earl.
Yew tree planted in the St. Mary's churchyard and celebrations took place in the village to commemorate the Jubilee.
State dining room (LS/X/46) refurbished at Knowsley Hall.
Western Gateway to Knowsley Church rebuilt.
Carved tower screen added to Knowsley Church a gift, of 16th Earl of Derby in gratitude for the safe return of his children from Africa.
South Wall mosaic of St. Mary's Church started.
Royal visit to Knowsley by King George V and Queen Mary (KN97).
Edward George Villiers, 17th Earl of Derby recruited the first Liverpool 'Pals' Battalion (KN92/11) (17th), King's Liverpool Regiment.
Peace celebrations (MUS1985:20:1) at Knowsley Park.
A gift of Memorial Windows - 'Victory and Self Sacrifice' given to St. Mary's Church by 17th Earl and his wife.
Carved oak front cover added to the church font.
Royal visit to Knowsley by King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (KN99).
Pulpit in memory of Rev. F.A.H. Score added to St. Mary's Church.
Princess Margaret visits Knowsley Hall.
Queen Elizabeth II visits Knowsley Hall.
Opening by Lord Rosebury, of the Memorial Gates (KN93/5) on Knowsley Lane in memory of 17th Earl of Derby.
Knowsley Safari Park (WFN28) created.
Grand Lodge (KN141) of Knowsley Estate demolished.
M57 motorway built crossing part of the Knowsley Park Estate.
Metropolitan Borough of Knowsley (WFN176) created.
Dedication of a Chapel in St. Mary's Church, in memory of Maud Cook, popular local school teacher who died in 1974.
Demolition of Tincle Peg Cottages (KN43).
Major restoration work carried out at St. Mary's Church.
Burial in Knowsley St. Mary's Churchyard of Edward, 18th Earl of Derby (WFN138).
(figures in brackets are reference numbers of photos in the main site)