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 is the mechanism for the church clock, the photo was taken prior to an electric winding system being added in 1990….
This was Rev. John G. Anderson in the early sixties. The photograph I think was taken in the new manse at Rawdon….
MP Stewart Andrew on the left with Brian Firth presenting a ,,,
Ada Loukes and Ian Asquith enjoying the Aireborough Historical Society annual dinner at Peasehill House.
The Baldwin family lived at Springfield, the child in front of the mother is a boy, he was wearing a dress, a…
Fireman Walter Beal with his son Tony who is dressed as a fireman, he was the station mascot.
William and Annie Beveridge with Nellie and Ray who were the parents of Muriel Kirkbright.
…Patrick Bronte married Maria Branwell at St. Oswald’s Church, Guiseley.
Charlotte was born on…
Enjoying the annual Aireborough Historical Society dinner are Ann and Donald Exley and Ann Brown.
…He married Anne Marie Fotherby in 1842 who, before her death in 1859, gave birth to seven offspring….
…born in Rawdon on February 24th 1931, he attended Rawdon Littlemoor School where he was taught by Miss Grace Verity,…
Pastor of the Baptist Chapel on Micklefield Lane 1922 – 1937.