The following events took place in 1775...
- Heavy rain causes flooding at Holmfirth, where “several houses were swept down”, and “damage was also done to several houses and shops in and near Huddersfield”.
- A thunderstorm cases widespread damage. Bridges are washed away at Penistone, along with houses at Holmfirth. Several houses and shops are damaged at Huddersfield, "to the amount of several hundred pounds." A man is drowned at Dewsbury.
- A “fine new sloop” named the Royal Huddersfield is launched on the “new canal navigation from Calder to Huddersfield”.
- Heavy rain causes flooding, killing butcher Mr. Balmford of Marsden and William Tomlinson of Cooper Bridger. Houses at Huddersfield are washed away.