The Jodrell Muniments primarily comprise deeds and allied documents such as grants, final concords, releases, leases, surrenders, extracts of court rolls and letters of attorney. These relate to the following properties in Cheshire, Derbyshire, Staffordshire and elsewhere:
Cheshire: Disley in Stockport parish, 1351-1731; Kettleshulme in Prestbury parish, 1368-1631; Macclesfield Forest, 1308-1620; Overton in Malpas parish, 1603; Taxal, 1339-1733; Twemlow in Sandbach parish, 1661; and Yeardsley cum Whaley in Taxal parish, early 14th cent.-1657.
Derbyshire: Castleton, 1416; Hartington, 1286; Hayfield, 1362; Makeney in Milford parish, n.d.
Lancashire: Chatburn in Whalley parish, 1598-1694.
Staffordshire: Marchington, 1382; Tunstall, 1517; Waterfall, 1386.
Yorkshire: Waddington, 1342.
Jodrell family papers include wills, inventories of goods, bonds and covenants, marriage articles and settlements, commissions in the militia, and a small quantity of correspondence. There are also papers relating to Edmund Jodrell's two terms as sheriff of Cheshire in 1650-1 and 1670-1.