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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
My grandmother was Gertrude Calvert and she lived at Illingworth House with four siblings and her parents Hannah (n. Aspinall) and Leonard Calvert. The
Brighouse Old Photos
Halifax-Countryside - An ezine promoting our amazing natural surroundings
Halifax-Shopping is an ongoing ezine dedicated to shopping in and around Halifax
Halifax-Weddings helps you to organise your special day
Halifax-Dining-Out is a local ezine focusing on local restaurants and eateries
Hi. Sowerby Bridge is the birth place of my father, Harold Wilkinson. He took an apprentership at the age of 14 to his father, Joseph as a Whitesmith/Blacksmith
Back row features three former Halifax Town footballers. Back row, second left is Dave Mycock, to right of him is Roy Crossley, and second from right is