|Title||Reverend J H F Kendall|
|Date||6th October 1849|
|Comment||“In the 17th page of this day’s Intelligencer will be found an account of the presentation of a silk gown and cassock, with a silver salver, by the parishioners of Guiseley to the Rev. J H F Kendall who has been appointed to the new living at Holbeck. The presentation took place on Monday last; and on the same day the operatives of Guiseley, who have obtained cottage gardens of Mr Fawkes, at a cheap rate, through the instrumentality of Mr Kendall also presented him with a very pretty silver inkstand, as an affectionate token of their gratitude towards him.” Reproduced with kind permission of The British Newspaper Archive, research by Edwy Harling.|
S365A – Rev. J H F Kendall, Undated.
Rev. John Hutton Fisher Kendall – Undated
As a follow up to the newspaper account – John Hutton Fisher Kendall (c1816 – 1879) was from Bridlington. He married Eliza Bates from Huddersfield in 1844 and only Frederick, one of his four children, was born in Guiseley. The rest of his life was spent in Holbeck.
Additional research by Helen M.
7 December 2022
Consolidated by Jack Brayshaw. 25 July 2022.
Last updated: 8 December 2022 – Photo ID: S365A & additional text.