Lancelott Veritie will 1605 009 - Copy (2)

Yorkshire Ancestors

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Leeds Area

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187.06 Otley 1906 - Introduction by Suzanne Grahame.  Good coverage of this town, including station, Market Place, Otley Bridge

187.13 Guiseley 1906 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Stretches up to White Cross (later home to the Harry Ramsden restaurant) and part of Menston Asylum.

202.02 Yeadon 1906 - Historical introduction by Suzanne Grahame.  Covers the town of Yeadon, with its railway branch, also Henshaw and northern tip of Rawdon.

202.06 Rawdon 1906 - Introduction by Ruth Strong.  Covers Rawdon College, Park Mill, Rawdon Hall, Little London, Woodleigh Hall and St Peter's Church.

202.10 Calverley 1915 - Introduction by Ruth Strong.  Including Calverley Bridge, St Wilfrid's Church, Victoria Park, Stanhope Hotel and Calverley Lodge.

202.11 Horsforth 1906 - Historical introduction by G C Dickinson.  From Newlay station northward to inbclude Newlaithes, Low Fold and Horsforth village.

202.12 Horsforth Woodside 1906 - Introduction by G C Dickinson.  Semi-rural map covering Horsforth Woodside and eastward to Moor Grange, Weetwood Hall and Kirkstall Grange, with beginnings of housing development at West Park.

202.14 Farsley 1915 - Historical introduction by Ruth Strong.  Including Farsley Beck Bottom, Bagley, Town Street & Sunny Bank Mills.

202.15a Bramley (North) & Rodley 1906 - Historical introduction by Suzanne Grahame.  Including Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Whitecote & Moorside.

202.15b Bramley (North) & Rodley 1934 - Historical introduction by Ruth Strong.  Including Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Whitecote & Moorside.

202.16 Kirkstall 1906 - Historical introduction by G C Dickinson.  Centred on Kirkstall village and Abbey, but also reaching north to Kirkstall Forge, and across the river to the brewery.

203.09 Meanwood & Far Headingley 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Including Meanwood Park, Hill Top, Bentley, Weetwood, Carr Manor.

203.10 Chapel Allerton & Gledhow 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Including Gledhow Hall, Allerton Grange, Broom Hill, Lidgett Farm.

203.11 Roundhay Park 1908 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers Roundhay, Gledhow Hill, Allerton Hall.

203.13a Headingley 1906.  Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Including the cricket ground, Headingley Hill, Woodhouse Cliff, Groves Mill, Hyde Park Corner.

203.13b Headingley 1934 - Introduction by G C Dickinson.  Covers area around Headingley, Headingley Hill, Woodhouse Cliff.

203.14 Leeds (Harehills) 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Also includes Buslingthorpe & Chapeltown Road. Also Newton Park, Potternewton Park areas.

217.02 Stanningley 1906 - Introduction by Ruth Strong.  Includes Railway Line & Station, Pudsey Cemetery, Stanningley Iron Works, St Pauls Church and Prospect Hotel.

217.03a Bramley 1906 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Bramley centre is at the top right corner; the map stretches south to Hough End, westward to Swinnow, Stanningley Park and Pudsey Lowtown

217.03b Bramley 1933 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Cricket & Football Ground, Holy Trinity Church, Lowtown Station, St Joseph's RC Church, Stanningley Park and Bramley Station.

217.04 Upper Armley 1906 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Stretches from NW area of Armley to Armley House, cemetery, and east part of Bramley.

217.06a Pudsey (Chapeltown & Fulneck) 1890 Coloured Edition - Historical introduction by Ruth Strong.  Covers Upper Moor, Fulneck, Bankhouse, Pudsey Park Greenside Station and Waterloo Mills.

217.06b Pudsey (Chapeltown & Fulneck) 1906 Coloured Edition - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Varied area, including Pudsey around Pudsey Park, Chapeltown and Greenside; also including the Moravian settlement of Fulneck.

217.07 Pudsey (East) & Fearnley Hall 1906 - Introduction by Ruth Strong.  Covers Park Spring, Farnley Park, Littlemoor Bottom, Farnley Cemetery and Farnley Hall.

217.10 Tong 1905 - Introduction by Ruth Strong.  Covers Tong Hall, Scholebrook, Charles Pit, St James' Church, Greyhound Inn and Ryecroft.

217.08 Wortley & Old Farnley 1906 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Upper Wortley, Lower Wortley, Stonebridge Mills, and Farnley village.

217.14 Drighlington (W) & Westgate Hill 1905 - Introduction by Ruth Strong.  Covers Moorlands, Tong Moor, St Paul's Church, WestgateHill, Newmarket Colliery, Birkenshaw & Tong Station and Spring Gardens Colliery.

217.15 Gildersome 1905 - Introduction by Ruth Strong.  Covers St Peter's Church, Cemetery, Adwalton, Moorhead, Cockersdale and Nethertown.

218.01a Leeds (NW) 1889 Coloured Edition - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers General Infirmary, All Hallows Church, Leeds General Cemetery, Cardigan Brick Works and St Andrew's Church.

218.01b NW Leeds 1908 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  From Park Square and the Infirmary northwards to Woodhouse and Yorkshire College (later the University) and westward to Burley and Armley Brewery.

218.02a Leeds (NE) 1890 Coloured Edition - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Very busy map, cover area from Leeds Corporation Cemetery and Burmantofts Works to Blenheim Square, Town Hall, St Peter's Square and Workhouse.  PLEASE NOTE THIS MAP COVERS SAME AREA AS CENTRAL LEEDS. Title has been changed to Leeds (NE) as it is more suited to the map.

218.02b Leeds (NE) 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Very busy map, cover area from Kirkgate Market and Town Hall to Blenheim Square, Chapeltown Barracks, Leeds workhouse and cemetery, Burmantofts.

218.03 East Leeds 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers the area around York Road, Harehills Cemetery and Killingbeck Hall.

218.04 Cross Gates & Halton (North) 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  The village of Cross Gates and its station; the massive Seacroft Infectious Hospital; Whitkirk; Graveleythorpe; and part of Halton.

218.05a Leeds SW Holbeck & New Wortley 1888 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Earlier edition of a very busy map on SW side of Leeds, including Central station and complex network of railway lines and sheds, Whitehall Road Goods Station, New Wortley Cemetery and St Matthews Church.

218.05b Holbeck & New Wortley 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Very busy map on SW side of Leeds, including Central station and complex network of railway lines and sheds.

218.06a Leeds (SE) 1890 Coloured Edition - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Wellington Station and New Station, Midlands Goods Station, St Peter's Church, Knowsthorpe, Richmond Hill area.

218.06b Leeds (SE) 1906 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Including Wellington and New stations; Midland Goods station; Richmond Hill; Pottery Field; and mills and industry beside the Aire.

218.07 Leeds (Osmondthorpe & Neville Hill) 1906 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  East End Park and Neville Hill Sidings; elsewhere colliery railways cross the countryside.

218.09 Beeston & Beeston Hill 1905 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Including Holbeck cemetery.

218.10a Hunslet 1890 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Covers Hunslet Carr, Stourton, St Andrew's Church, Woodhouse Hill, Hunslet Station and Hunslet Moor.

218.10b Hunslet 1905 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Industrial area south of Leeds, including Leeds Steel Works, Woodhouse Hill, Hunslet Carr,Stourton, Dewsbury Road.

232.02 Birkenshaw & Oakwell Hall 1905 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Birkenshaw Bottoms, Field Head, Oakwell Hall, The Wheatleys, Drighlington & Adwalton Station and Adwalton Moor.

232.03 Gildersome Street 1906 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Howden Clough Colliery, Oakwell Joint Hospital, Gildersome Station, part of Moorside, Owlet Hall and Gildersome Foundry.

232.04a Morley 1891 (Coloured Edition) - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Dartmouth Park, Station, Morley Cemetery, Morley Main Collieries, St Mary's Church, St Paul's Church, Bruntcliffe and Great Norhern Station.

232.04b Morley 1906 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson.  Including GNR and LNWR stations, Morley Main and Victoria collieries, Bruntcliffe, Troy Hill, New Brighton areas.

232.08 Morley (South) 1906 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey.  Covers Brittania Collieries, Tingley Common, Howley Park Quarries, Birks, Tingley House and Howley Park Colliery.

Leeds 10 - Leeds (Town Hall & Park Square) 1847-63 -Large Scale Map taken from the early 5' Plan and reduced to a yard to the mile.  Introduction by G C Dickinson.  Highly detailed plan covering area around Town Hall, Park Square, Park Lane, West Street, Wellington Street.

Leeds 11 - Leeds Headrow 1847 - Large Scale Map taken from the early 5' Plan and reduced to a yard to the mile.  Introduction by G C Dickinson.  Highly detailed plan covering area around St Johns church, including Albion St, north part of Briggate, Vicar Lane, Quarry Hill.

Leeds 14 - Leeds Stations 1847-63 - Large Scale Map taken from the early 5' Plan and reduced to a yard to the mile.  Introduction by John Gough.  Highly detailed plan covering area around Wellington station, Central station, Leeds & Liverpool Canal. Splendid railway detail.

Leeds 15 - Leeds (Lower Briggate & Riverside) 1847 - Large scale plan
Introduction by G C Dickinson.  Highly detailed early plan showing area around Leeds Bridge, St Peter's church and showing streets either side of River Aire, Crown Point Bridge.

Leeds 19 - Leeds (Pottery Field) 1847 - Large scale plan
Introduction by Suzanne Graham.  Covers Dewsbury Road, Hunslet Road, Vine Street, Meadow Lane and features North Midland Railway Station.