On the back row, 2nd right is Tom Houlden. He was a joiner who practiced taxidermy and also played with Rawdon Brass Band.
On the reverse of this image is written: “Residence, Ashdown Apperley Bridge. Born Bradford 1847.
Most documents relating to the Reverend have his last name recorded as Acworth – as has his gravestone. It outlines that…
This water damaged photo shows Mr and Mrs Ainsworth celebrating their Golden Wedding.
…A wonderful time capsule of 1920s fashion, the ladies wear cloche hats, handkerchief point hems on their dresses…
Mr Allerton shown here with his wife was Chairman Elect for Aireborough UDC….
An Aireborough Grammar School photograph of Form 6T with Henry Allinson 1st right on the back row….
This is the mechanism for the church clock, the photo was taken prior to an electric winding system being added in 1990….
Fred Anderson working at a machine, the note on the image states that he was “card noiling”…
This was Rev. John G. Anderson in the early sixties. The photograph I think was taken in the new manse at Rawdon….
Married on May 11th, 1884 at Bethesda Chapel, Armley. Jacob was living at Hill Top and Eliza at Wasp Nest – both Armley….
MP Stewart Andrew on the left with Brian Firth presenting a ,,,
This is my family and and friends outside the Oddfellows Inn, Yeadon….
Mr J Archdale was President of the Aireborough Historical Society 2000 – 2001.
At the time George was a warehouseman, although in later life he became a Nurseryman and was an employer.