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Undated postcard showing the Church Institute Bowling Green 22 July 1911. Behind is St Michael's Church.

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These gentlemen could no doubt tell a tale or two. Has anyone any idea of identity or date? From a stereographic photograph.

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HLS05202. Originally Hawden Hole it is situate on the south Hebden Dale hillside between Midge Hole and Hebden Hey above Hebden Water and the lower part of Hardcastle Crags. It was the site of the locally infamous murder of Samuel Sutcliffe in…

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Sunday School procession on Cross Hill at the top of Smithwell Lane, late 19th or early 20th century.

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William was a local naturalist who lived in Hebden Bridge, and was a founder member of the Hebden Bridge Literary & Scientific Society

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HLS05119. Born in 1770 to a farmer and weaver near Halifax and at about 17 he attended the Rev John Fawcett's Particular Baptist Academy at Brearley Hall. From there he went to the Baptist College but after several positions as a Baptist Minister…

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HLS05118. John Fawcett from Bradford became minister to the Particular Baptists at Wainsgate in 1764. Whislt still minister there he moved to Brearley Hall and opened a college there for young men. Then in 1777 he opened Ebenezer Chapel down in…

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Born in Northowram, Halifax, in 1738 the Rev Dan Taylor came to Hebden Bridge and held meetings in a room at Higher Needless near the top of Wadsworth Lane. As his congregation grew larger premises were required and a Chapel on Sandy Gate was opened…

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Man with a donkey on the tow path where it inclines up to the bridge at the top of Holme Street. The river is below the wall which today is replaced by railings around the children's playground. The tow path has now been re-aligned at this point.…
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