Deighton, Huddersfield

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History

Formerly a hamlet in the township of Huddersfield.

Extracts

Pigot and Co.'s Royal National and Commercial Directory of August 1841:

Deighton and Sheepridge form a populous portion of the hamlet of Fartown, in the parish of Huddersfield, about two miles north-east-by-east from that town. The velveteen and woollen cord manufacture is the branch prevailing here. Christ church, a beautiful and chaste edifice, the architecture in the style of the thirteenth century, was erected at Woodhouse in 1829, at the expense of John Whitacre, Esq., in whom and his heirs is vested the gift of the living ; the present incumbent is the Rev. W.C. Madden. The methodists have a place of worship here. Population returned with the parish.

Location

Hamlet Boundary

The extent of the hamlet (based on the Yorkshire 246 O.S. map) is shown below:

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The extent of the other hamlets in the Township of Huddersfield circa 1850 is shown below, along with the adjoining townships:

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Deighton, Huddersfield

Categories

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This page was last modified on 20 November 2017 and has been edited by Dave Pattern.

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