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Stoneshey Gate house is a large Grade II listed building, the date 1784 is set in tympanum of triangular pediment. Right hand return wall is water-shot and has Venetian window to attic retaining original leaded lights and Gothic-glazed central light.…

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Quote from Bob Gledhill, the photographer of these images. 'Documents in the attic as we found them. The boy of the house had been rummaging through for postage stamps. Industrial Accounts. Ovenden Township lists. Letter from Dorothy Wordsworth.'…

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Bob Gledhill (left) and Mr Taylor, Geography Master at Todmorden Grammar School with papers found for removal. See also HLS01054 and 6 for full story.

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Barber Gledhill papers found for removal. See also HLS01055 and 6 for full story.

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In 1954 when alterations were being carried out for Mr. and Mrs. Finch, of Stoneshey Gate, Heptonstall, a large quantity of papers dealing with the affairs of the Sutcliffe family, were found in the attic. The papers eventually became the property of…

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Stoneshey Gate, Heptonstall, in the snow
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