Lancelott Veritie will 1605 009 - Copy (2)

Yorkshire Ancestors

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Bradford & Halifax

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185.16 Keighley (North) 1913 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers the northern half of the town, including Cliffe Castle, Devonshire Park, Town Hall Square, station, Aireworth, Vioctoria Park, Thwaites, Stockbridge, West Riddlesden.

200.04 Keighley (South) 1913 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Covers area from North Street and East Parade southward to Greengate, Woodhouse, Ingrow station; eastward to Thwaites Brow. Mix of town, country, transport, industry.

200.11 Haworth & Leed cum Cross Roads 1906 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Double-sided map to extend coverage to The Parsonage and Stanbury cemetery.  Also including Haworth Station, Brow Moor, Flappit Spring.

201.06 Bingley 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers Railway Station, Gilstead Moor Quarries, Myrtle Park, Ebridge House, St Wilfrid's Church, All Saints Chuch and Gilstead Hall.

201.07 Shipley Glen & Baildon Green 1906 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers The Knoll, Saltaire Park, Saltaire Bridge, Bracken Hall, Hirst Mill and Old Glen House.

201.11a Shipley & Saltaire 1890 (Coloured Edition) - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Shipley Fields, Moor Head, Sataire Station, Shipley Hall, Saltaire Mills and Shipley Grange.

201.11b Shipley & Saltaire 1906 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers much of Shipley, including its complicated station, and the southern part of the planned village of Saltaire; also Nab Wood and Moor Head.

201.15 Bradford (Frizinghall & Heaton) 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers area from Lister Park (north of Manningham) to St Margarets Church, Shipley Fields Road; and westward to Bingley Road.

201.16 Bradford (Bolton Woods) 1906 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers area from Frizinghall station eastward to Idle Road.

202.09 Idle & Greengates 1909 - Introduction by John Griffiths.  Villages NE of Bradford, including Idle itself, Thorp, Fourlands, Greengates, Apperley Bridge; including Idle Station, also tramway to Greengates. Street directory extracts.

202.13 Eccleshill 1892 - Historical introduction by Ruth Strong.  Including St Luke's Church, Woodhall Quarries, Bank Top, Railway Station.

216.03 Bradford (Girlington) 1906 - Introduction by John Griffiths.  Area of NW Bradford, including part of Manningham, Girlington, Brown Royd, Daisy Hill, Fairweather Green, Lady Royd. Including City Road Goods station, Manningham Mills, Whetley Mills, Alston Works.

216.04 Bradford (North) 1906  Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  From Midland station northward to Clifton Villas, eastward to Peel Park and Bradford Cemetery.

216.06 Clayton & Thornton (East) 1933 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Covers Town End, Broad Folds, Clayton Cemetery, Victoria Park, St James' Church and Thornton Hall.

216.08 Bradford 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Central map for the city including Exchange station, Town Hall, workhouse, Hammerton St depot, St James Market, Ripleyville, Kirkgate, Little Horton Gn.

216.09 Queensbury 1932 - Historical introduction by John A Hargreaves.  Covers Holy Trinity Church, Queensbury Park, Clayton Edge, Mountain Mills, Hill Top and Junction Hotel.

216.1 Bradford (Clayton Heights) 1932 - Historical introduction by John A Hargreaves.  Covers Queensbury Station, Westwood Institution, Brayshaw Reservoir, Horton Bank Reservoir, Scarlet Heights and Methodist Church.

216.12 Bradford (South) 1905 - Historical introduction by Ruth Strong.  Ccovers St Stephen's Church, Bowling Park, Bowling Cemetery, Chapel Green, Railway Station and Bowling Hall.

217.01 Bradford (Thornbury & Bradford Moor) 1906- Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Bradford Morr Barracks, Rushton House, St Clements Church, Undercliffe, Burlington Works and Tramway Depot.

217.05 Bradford (East) 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Bowling Iron Works, Laisterdyke, Tyersall.

217.09 Bradford (Dudley Hill) 1905 - Historical introduction by Ruth Strong.  Covers Tong Street, Tong Colliery, Victoria Brick Works, Holme, St John's Church and Railway Station.

230.01 Hebden Bridge 1905 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson. Covers Chisley, Railway Station, Heptonstall, Granny Wood, Hollings and Little Moor.

230.04 Halifax (Mixenden & South Illingworth) 1905 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Moorland House, Clough Brewery, South Illingworth, Moorside.

230.06 Mytholmroyd 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Mytholmroyd village; also Brearley and part of Midgley.

230.08a Halifax (NW) 1892 (Coloured Edition) - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Norton Tower, Halifax Racecourse, New Pellon, Cricket Ground, Wheatley, Highroad Well and Halifax Barracks.

230.08b Halifax (NW) 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  From Victoria Cattle Market north and west, including Pellon Station, site of Halifax racecourse, and part of Wheatley.

230.08c Halifax (NW) 1931 - Introduction by John A Hargreaves.  Including Highroad Well, Mount Pellon, Football Ground, railway line, Halifax Barracks and Albert Reservoir.

230.12a Halifax (SW) & Sowerby Bridge 1892 (Coloured Edition) - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Cote Hill, Causeway Head, Pye Nest, Thorn Tree, St Paul's Station and Warley House

230.12b Sowerby Bridge 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Including SW portion of Halifax, including King Cross, Gibraltar, Granny Hill; also Cote Hill

231.01 Halifax (Ovenden Cross) 1905 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Station, Ovenden Hall, Holmfield Junction, Lee Lane Bridge, Pule Hill and Iron Works.

231.05a Halifax (North) 1889 Coloured Edition - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey. Covers Shroggs Park, Claremount, Akroyd Park, Mount Pleasant, Lee Mount and Railway Station.

231.05b Halifax (North) 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Busy map centred around the massive Dean Clough carpet mills. Area covered from Gibbet St north to Booth Town, east to Claremount.

231.05c Halifax (North) 1930 - Introduction by John A Hargreaves. Covers Shroggs Park, North Bridge Station, Akroyd Park, Dean Clough Mills and Poor Law Institution.

231.06 Hipperholme 1930 - Introduction by Mike Popplewell.   Covers Hipperholme Brewery, Shibden Park, Shibden Hall Colliery, Stump Cross, Common Wood.

231.09a Halifax (South) 1893 Coloured Edition - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers People's Park, Saville Park, Holy Trinity Church, Borough Cemetery, Crossley & Porter Orphan Home & School and Market Hall.

231.09b Halifax (South) 1905 - Introduction by John Hargreaves.  From the Borough Market and station southward to Savile Park and cemetery.

231.13 Halifax (SE) 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Including Copley, Skircoat Green, Salterhebble, Exley, Siddal.

231.15 Brighouse 1905 - Introduction by G C Dickinson.  Covers Railway Station, St Martin's Chuch, Brighouse Bridge, St James's Church, Woodvale Mill, Rydings Park and Brighouse Sanatorium.

231.16 Clifton & Kirklees Hall 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers St John's Church, Kirklees Hall, Woodhouse Iron Works, Hartshead Pit, Commonside and Highley Hall.

245.07 Ripponden 1904 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers St Bartholomew's Church, Hazelgreave Hill, Railway Station, Christ Church and Rishworth Station.

246.01 Greetland 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Covers Cricket Ground, Hullen Edge, West Vale Station, Greetland Station, Ellistones, Brow Bridge and St Thomas' Church.

246.02 Elland 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Covers Station, Elland Upper Edge, Elland Lower Edge, All Saints Church, Strangstry Wood and St Mary's Church.

246.05 Holywell Green 1907 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  Covers Brookroyd Mills, Holywell Hall, Broad Carr, Jagger Green and Blackley End.