Lancelott Veritie will 1605 009 - Copy (2)

Yorkshire Ancestors

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Huddersfield and Kirklees

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232.01 Hunsworth 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Copley House, Oakroyd Hall , Drub, Hunsworth Lodge, North Bierley Joint Hospital and Valley Pit.


232.05 Cleckheaton 1905 - Introduction by John Hargreaves.  The northern half of the town, including Spen, and northward to Hunsworth Mills. Good directory on reverse.

232.06 Gomersal & Birstall 1905 - Historical introduction by John Hargreaves.  The village of Gomersal, including station, mills, Hill Top, St Mary's church on left of map; to the right Birstall centre, including soap and rope works. Market Square and LNWR terminus are at edge of map. Also 1889 directories of both villages.

232.07 Upper Batley 1906 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers West End Colliery, Batley Hall, St Saviours Church, White Lee House, Howden Clough and Upper Birstall Station.

232.1 Liversedge & North Heckmondwike 1905 - Introduction by Michael Popplewell.  Littletown and Mill Bridge area of Liversedge, plus northern part of Heckmondwike; stretching north to White Lee and southern tip of Gomersal.

232.11a Batley 1892 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Carlinghow, Batley Cemetery, Healey, Lamplands, St John's Church, Batley Colliery, Blenheim House and Carlinghow Station.

232.11b Batley 1905 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Also including Healey, Carlinghow, Lamplands.

232.12 Lower Soothill & Woodkirk - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers St Mary's Church, Babes in the Wood Colliery, Soothill Wood Colliery, Woodkirk Station, Fort Ann Cottages, Croft House and Howley Hall.

232.13 Roberttown & Hartshead 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Cemetery, All Saint's Church, Woodfield House, Balmgate House, Sepulchre Hill, Church Farm and Hartshead Lane End.

232.14 Heckmondwike 1905 - Introduction by John Hargreaves.  Including LNWR and LYR stations, tramways, Norristhorpe, Headland, Swashland, Strawberry Bank Colliery.

232.15 Staincliffe & Batley Carr 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Busy area including north Dewsbury, Batley Carr, Westborough, Pismire Hill, and Dewsbury workhouse.

232.16 Hanging Heaton 1892 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Chidswell, St Paul's Church, Soothill Colliery, Shaw Cross and Owl House.

246.1 Huddersfield (Lindley cum Quarmby) 1905 - Introduction by Edgar Holyroyd-Doveton.  Including St Stephen's Church, Wellington Mills, Weather Hill, Prince Royd and Acre Mills.

246.11 Huddersfield (North) 1905 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  From Newtown northward to Fartown, including Hillhouse, Birkby, Edgerton areas.

246.14 Huddersfield (West) 1905- Historical introduction by Edgar Holyrod-Doveton.  Coverage includes Longwood & Milnsbridge Station, All Saints Church, St Lukes Church, St Marks Church, Royds Wood and Botham Hall.

246.15a Central Huddersfield 1889 Coloured Edition - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Main map for the town, including Huddersfield Station, Spring Wood Junction, Longley Park, Greenhead Park and Huddersfield Gas Works.

246.15b Central Huddersfield 1905 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Main map for the town, from station to River Colne, and westward to Paddock Foot.

246.16 Huddersfield (East) 1905 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Mold Green, Grove Place, Greenside and Dalton Green.

247.01 Mirfield (NW) Battyeford & Roe Head 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Including Cooper Bridge Station, Wards End, Bracken Hill, Lower Row & Kitson Hill.

247.02 Mirfield (NE) 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Coverage includes Northorpe, London Little City, Crossley, Railway Line & Station.

247.03a Dewsbury 1889 Coloured Edition - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers St John's Church, Ravens Lodge Colliery, Great Northern Station and L & N W Station, Dewsbury Cemetery and Town Hall.

247.03b Dewsbury 1905 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson.   Busy map including centre of Dewsbury with LNW, LY and GN stations, also West Town, Crow Nest Park, Scout Hill.

247.04 Earlsheaton 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Earlsheaton Hall, Chickenley, Station, Ridings Colliery, St Mary's Church and Soothill Nether Cemetery.

247.05 Mirfield (SW) 1930 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Stocks Bank, Lower Hopton and Littlemoor. Including St Pauls Church, LMSR Railway.

247.06 Mirfield & Ravensthorpe 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Railway Station, Cleckheaton Junction, Blake Hall and River Calder.

247.07 Thornhill Lees 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Railway Station, Ingham's Pit, Holy Innocents' Church, Iron & Steel Works and St John the Baptists Church.

247.08 Ossett (SW) & Combs 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Including Gas Works, Combs Colliery, Healey, Runtlings Lane Junction, Westfield Mills, Thornhill Hall and Hospital (infectious diseases).

259.11 Marsden 1904 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers St Bartholemew's Church, Railway Station, Netherley, Marsden Foundry, Clough Lee and Tunnel End.

260.03 Huddersfield (South) 1905 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  From Primrose Hill southward, including Newsome, Taylor Hill, Lockwood.

260.09 Meltham (North) & Helme 1904 - Historical introduction by Edgar Holroyd-Doveton.  Covers Helme Hall, Meltham Hall, Meltham Brick Works, Copley House, Colne & Holme Fever Hospital, Station and Meltham Grange.

260.13 Meltham (South) 1904 - Historical introduction by Edgar Holroyd-Doveton.  Covers Meltham Convalescent Home, Bent House, Oldfield Hill, Hollingworth Green and Royd Edge Dye Works.

272.03 Holmfirth 1904 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Also including contemporary directory.  Good coverage of town made famous by Last of The Summer Wine, including Wooldale.