'People of Halifax' is a series of articles about some of the biggest influences in the history of the town.
This first 3 in this series are written by Alan Burnett, a one time lecturer, writer on European Affairs and now regular blogger whose collection of memories, photographs and ramblings are a pleasure to read. http://newsfromnowhere1948.blogspot.co.uk/
Donald John A famous face in Halifax, Donald John was in the navy but allegedly turned to 'a man of the road' after he returned to find his wife had betrayed him. He is described by many as a pleasant man who enjoyed a drink.
Tabitha Bagnold may have been one of the best-known businesswoman in Halifax in her time, being the Postmistress for the town two centuries ago, a job she still held at the introduction of Uniform Penny Post in May 1840.
Halifax People who have made their names in the outside world deserve their praise but not everybody gets the same opportunities in life and here are a few real local Halifax Character's, most of which shared struggles in life but are remembered just as well.
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