I was born and raised in Siddal where I lived until my marriage in 1968. Both my parents were Siddal residents from birth, my Mother Annie Merrett (nee
Silver Street, George Street/Square, Rawson Street
https://www.pitchero.com/clubs/illingworthstmaryscricketclub/a/history-7585.html Website that includes history of the club from 1884.
This picture was on a postcard in my relatives collection of old family photos and says it is from Whitsuntide 1933.Iam not sure where exactly in Halifax
This shop belonged to my Great Grandparents Dorothy and Herbert Jowett around the early 1900's.
My dad was a very regular drinker at this pub much to the chagrin of my mum. He used to sit in the tap room (no women allowed!), and chew the fat with
The Corporation Tap at Crib Lane Dean Clough In your description you say that it closed in 1903. I can remember visiting my Uncle GEORGE HEATON and his
i remember this little old house it was so dark inside we used to call for 1 sausage and a bowl of peas on the way home from the swimming baths. the chap
Just below the Nutclough Tavern was the Nutclough House. Now a house but during the 90's we had regular Monday night music gatherings in the side room
My mother was born in Brighouse and was a prolific poet. Many of her poems are about Brighouse and her early experiences - Penny Denham's Doll Rags to
An-Historic-Tour-of-Halifax takes us on a trip through all ages and areas of town
Hiya I've just been looking on your page for information about a pub my parents owned called the Millers inn it was on back Clarence Street (6 and 7)
While researching my family tree, I came across the Begley & Hinds family. Stated on the 1911 census in Halifax:- Head: Frederick Hinds aged 52 noted
The publican here in 1845 was a Joshua Bateman, who was also, not uncommonly a farmer and butcher. By this time he was married to his second wife, Susan
i was born august 1970 and was brought up in siddal through to my tenage years hard times sometimes but made you realise not to take things for granted
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