Halifaxpeople.com are trying to preserve the history of our Town in the form of a collection of stories, pictures and any other memorabilia associated with our area and you can all help.
Many photos etc get lost or even thrown away over time. So, we would like each and every one of you to search not only your own lofts, cellars and any other places you might have stored possessions but also help friends, relatives and best of all, any elderly neighbours that might be able to add to our collection.
All we need to do is photograph any pieces and you can keep any originals.
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Historic West Vale - Old pictures of a thriving village
Huddersfield Road - from the Victoria Theatre to Salterhebble
Halifax Memories 26
Halifax Memories 35
Halifax Memories 34
Halifax Memories 30 - Clifton Airport
Halifax Memories 29 - Halifax Flour Mill
Halifax Courier Trend Of Things 24
Halifax Airport Transfers
Apologies in advance, I am looking for information, rather than supplying it! I spent my early childood living at 67 Ovenden Way, Halifax. Planning a
Hanson, Amos 1813-1??? Son of John Hanson. Born in Northowram. He was an engineer 1861. On 21st August 1831, he married Selina Turner at Halifax Parish
I wondered if anyone has any photos of information on my GGG G'father and his family I live in the NE of England and recently had the pleasure of visiting
Continue reading "Looking for any descendants of Amos Hanson and wife Selina nee Turner.."
Historic Old Lane
Heath Grammar School
Bailiff Bridge, the gateway from Bradford to Brighouse
Calder - Brighouse To Salterhebble
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