Lancelott Veritie will 1605 009 - Copy (2)

Yorkshire Ancestors

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262.12 Royston 1904 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Includes St John the Baptist's Church, Manor House, Royston Bridge and Notton for Royston Station.

263.13 Carlton Main & Shafton Two Gates 1914 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Includes north Cudworth, part of Shafton, and Carlton Main Colliery.

273.15 Penistone & Thurlstone 1903 - Historical introduction by David Hey.  From Thurlstone to Bridge End, with workhouse, and Penistone with station. Double-sided to extend coverage to Spring Vale iron works.

274.04 Monk Bretton & Smithies 1904 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Covers Wallsend Main Colliery, Monk Bretton Colliery, Killclay House, St Helen's Farm and Monk Bretton Station.

274.07a Barnsley 1890 (Coloured Edition) - Introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Main map for the town in colour, covers Summer Lane Station, Barnsley Union Workhouse, Hospital, Court House Station, Holyrood School, Cokerham House and Slackhills Colliery.

274.07b Barnsley 1904 - Introduction by Harold Taylor.  Main map for the town, including Court House, Summer Lane and GCR stations, May Day Green, Peel St, also Green Foot, Gawber.

274.08 Barnsley (NE) 1904 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers the Hoyle Mill, Cliffe Bridge, Littleworth, Old Mill area, with part of Monk Bretton. On reverse an extract of a 1" to mile map for the Barnsley, Cawthorne, Darfield area.

274.11 Barnsley (South) 1904 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers area from New Street to Locke Park, Kingstone Place, Keresforth Hill, and tip of Gilroyd.

274.12 Barnsley (SE) 1904 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Including Barnsley cemetery, Hunningley, Measborough Hill.

274.10 Dodworth 1904 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Village SW of Barnsley; including Old Silkstone Collieries.

274.16 Worsborough Dale 1904 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Area south of Barnsley, including both Worsborough Bridge and Worsborough Dale, with stretch of Dearne & Dove Canal.

275.01 Cudworth 1904 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.   Including Lower Cudworth, Cudworth village, station including terminus of Hull & Barnsley Railway.

275.02 Grimethorpe 1929 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Including Grimethorpe and Ferrymoor collieries.

275.13 Wombwell NW & Mitchell Main 1904 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Numerous railways, esp GCR, from Aldham Junction to Wharncliffe Branch Junction; also including Mitchell Main colliery, Wombwell cemetery, Smithley. 1922 directory for Wombwell.

275.14 Darfield & Wombwell (North) 1904 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Including Snape Hill, Darfield Main Colliery.

281.12 Stocksbridge 1903 - Historical introduction by David Hey.  Dominated by Stocksbridge Works.

282.08 Hoyland Nether & Hoyland Common 1903 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Covers Rockingham Colliery, Upper Hoyland, St Andrew's Church, Primrose Hill and Upper Hoyland Hall.

283.02 Wombwell (South) & Lundhill 1901 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Scattered settlements, including part of Wombwell, Concrete Cottages, Lundhill Row, The Junction, Broom Hill.

283.04 Bolton upon Dearne 1901 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Covers St Andrew's Church, Bolton Hall, Station, Dearne Junction, Adwick upon Dearne (bottom corner) and Bolton Bridge.

283.05 Elsecar 1901 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones.  Several communities, including part of Hoyland Nether, Jump, Hemingfield, Tingle Bridge.