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Becky Gee
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Hi,

I'm looking for any images of John Cotton Group mill on Huddersfield Road. I'd be so grateful if anyone has any or can direct me to further information that may aid my search. I'm also looking for images of people who may have worked there over the last 100 years. Thanks!
Wednesday, April 29 2015 - 03:31 PM
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craig roberts
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Hi,
I came across this picture on the web and wanted to know if you could share some info on the building what is where jewsons is now? and also i live near the flower pot and behind my house up towards the woods is a collapsed mine with fencing around it? could some one please share any info on this?? thanks.
www.uktextilemills.co.uk/images/britannia_mill/mirfield_mills#ps-img-804091
Thursday, March 12 2015 - 06:58 PM
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Jill Robb
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Why is Gill Bridge in Mirfield so called?
Friday, February 27 2015 - 11:08 AM
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John Bedford
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I'm looking for any information on Richard Gledhill born 1747 in Mirfield and his parents. He married Sarah Roberts 1770 in Birstall
Saturday, January 31 2015 - 11:09 AM
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David Hodgson
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Have you any informations/photos of my business at the side of southbank mills, back station road Mirfield, I moved here in 1972
Friday, January 23 2015 - 06:02 PM
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oliver rounding
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recently my nan passed away, her name was Margaret Stead previously known as hallas. she worked at ings grove and lived down lower hopton near the club for the past 50 years. just wondered if anybody knew her or had any intersting stories about her. thanks.
Thursday, January 22 2015 - 11:44 AM
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Mick
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I'm looking for any information on a property at 9 granny lane which used to be a lemonade factory between 1860-1916 and more recently a joiners shop up until 1983 run by Fred Stead and
his son. The house dates back to around 1703 and we believe was a Blacksmiths at some point. I believe it was a joiners shop from around 1930's and Fred Stead died suddenly by taking his own life in the property. Any help would be appreciated.
Saturday, January 10 2015 - 07:28 PM
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Carol Brooke
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I'm looking for information on Bridget Bedford who in the 1841 census was shown as shopkeeper in Easthorpe lane, Mirfield, living with George Bedford aged 14 years.
Saturday, November 22 2014 - 02:44 PM
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s muffitt
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Has anyone any info about the Muffitt family in the Mirfield Parish? From around 1776 to 1794 Have traced them back to 1694 and again from 1794
Sunday, November 16 2014 - 06:56 PM
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Catherine Webster
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Hi, during family tree research I have discovered that Ann Elizabeth Riley married a Wright Robinson, from Mirfield. Both of them were blind, & Wright was a musician - probably a pianist, as from the 1901 & 1911 censuses he was listed as a piano tuner rather than a musician. Since he was a blind musician, I expect this would have given him some local notoriety. Does anyone know anything about him?
Friday, November 14 2014 - 09:20 PM