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There was a camp at Silkstone near Barnsley during both the first and the second World Wars.

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A bird's eye view of the Freedom of the Borough Ceremony at Bull Green Halifax. Inset: Pte. R. Burton, V.C. and The Duke of Wellington

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The scene at Bull Green when the Freedom of the Borough was granted to the Duke of Wellington's Regiment. inset: Ald L. Chambers handing over the deed of Gift to Col. C.J. Pickering

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The "Dukes" marching through Halifax after the Freedom of the Borough ceremony.

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Alan Bramwell, a Pennine Horizons Digital Archive volunteer, photographed the poster and then spent many hours digitally restoring the image thus created. The finished image was framed and mounted at Wainsgate Chapel.

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The chapel was bought by Eddie Beasley for development into 2 houses. During his restoration work Eddie came across this memorial to the fallen soldiers from the chapel.

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Dated 16.06.1918 from son Percy to Mother and Father. Royal Army Medical Corps. AN70081533

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Royal Flying Corps. Photo by Moffitt, Burnley and Accrington AN70081533

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Photo by Moffitt, Burnley and Accrington AN70081533

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Postcard from son Percy to Mother and Father AN70081533

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Dated 16.06.1918 from son Percy to Mother and Father. AN70081533

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Known affectionately as Dad's Army. AN 32939688

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Known affectionately as Dad's Army. AN 32939688

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Sam, Gracie, nee Hartley, and their daughter Ethel who sadly died of typhoid when only 16 years old. They are all buried in Heptonstall Methodist Churchyard.
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