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Lynda Hirst
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a labour of love and I loved looking over the info you have pulled together. Great work :-)
Friday, November 19 2021 - 06:23 AM
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Caroline Frost
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Thank you for sharing all this information.
Have recently found out that lots of my ancestors came from Mirfield, so found this very interesting.
Keep up the great work!
Tuesday, August 03 2021 - 11:50 AM
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Karen Morrissey
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Hello, what a fabulous site. I have been researching Mirfield for my mother, who is 85 and who grew up on Sands lane, so the images are wonderful for her! I just wanted to mention that the image that you have for the Calder Farm reformatory school is not the reform school, which is situated further up Sands Lane and in more recent years was a care home. It is the reformatory school that I am mainly researching - After it closed as a reformatory in 1922, it became a school equipment Depot for West Riding Council, the depot was run by my Grandfather. Employees were bussed-in by the council, but my grandfather and his family (including my mum) lived in the old school master's house until the the late 50s/ 60s. I do have some family photos with the reformatory building in the background. Mum has fond memories of the outdoor swimming pool, as well as the large furnace house with the chimney and the mine air shaft - which the council used as to dump rubbish in apparently.
Sunday, December 27 2020 - 05:36 PM
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David Gaunt
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My first look at this site. Had a look through the photos. I will definitely be back again. I am particularly interested in the war memorials around the town.
Sunday, April 19 2020 - 09:39 PM
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Philip W. Ogden
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Hello Sir: Thank you for all the effort that you have put into this wonderful website. You state in your tab for the Mirfield Archive that marriages from 1754 through 1776 are entered in the Regulation Volume. Living as I do in Colorado USA, I am not familiar with that Volume or its location. Could you please provide more information regarding that? Phil Ogden
Friday, August 24 2018 - 05:17 AM
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Tony Faulkner
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You may possibly be unaware of two sources of aerial photos of Mirfield. One is the C.H.Wood archive held by Bradford Museums. The other is the site Britainfromabove.org.uk. Both sources have at least 6 images of the area, more if you include Ravensthorpe.
Friday, May 12 2017 - 03:17 PM
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Eric
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What a superb website. Would you allow me to add a link from our site (www.croppersfolk.co.uk) to the luddite section pages of your site. Thanks in anticipation.
Thursday, July 21 2016 - 09:18 PM
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Chris Smith
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Thanks to your site, I have 2 pictures of the house in which my GGG grandfather and his children lived for 35 years from 1832-1867. The house at Greenwood Lock, was called Greenwood Cottage and no longer exists. His name was William Oates and he was the lock keeper. I am researching him and his descendants and would be happy to share the information I have on Greenwood Lock with others. Thank you again.
Tuesday, July 05 2016 - 09:10 PM
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Roger Heeley
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I am finding that the index does not find any of my family. I have a John Healey buried Dec 16 1768 which is in the register but does not show up on the index. There should be a lot of Healy's in there as my family was around for over a century.
Friday, March 25 2016 - 07:43 PM
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Roger Leedham
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I am compiling information for Upper Hopton and WW1 and spotted the dedications to Herbert & Joe Castle. The photo was from Andy Travis, Ely Cambridgeshire and posted on 23 Sept 2013. I would dearly love to contact Andy but I am not on Facebook. Can you help?
Monday, May 12 2014 - 10:26 AM