Huddersfield Chronicle (12/Mar/1853) - Holmfirth: The Late Flood

DISTRICT NOTES.

HOLMFIRTH.

THE LATE FLOOD.

On Tuesday last a hamper was turned up from a heap of stones and rubbish lying in Hollowgate, where the shop of Abel Hoyle stood, containing a quantity of potatoes which had been lodged there at the time of the flood. The potatoes were found sprouting, and had the appearance of new ones.

Huddersfield Chronicle (12/Mar/1853) - Holmfirth: The Late Flood

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