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Congleton Road, the main street of Butt Lane
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- Reginald Mitchell CBE, FRAeS, (1895 in Congleton Road, Butt Lane – 1937 in Southampton) was the designer of the well-known World War II fighter airplane Spitfire, used by the Royal Air Force and their allies.
- Ada Nield Chew (1870 at White Hall Farm, Butt Lane – 1945 in Burnley) was a British suffragist.
- Ritchie, Sebastian. "Mitchell, Reginald Joseph (1895–1937)." Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, September 2004. Retrieved: 21 August 2010.