Ramsden Street Independent Chapel Huddersfield: Notes and Records of a Hundred Years 1825-1925 was written by Arthur W. Sykes and was published in 1925 by the Advertiser Press Ltd. of Huddersfield.
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- Huddersfield a Hundred Years Ago
- The New Independent Chapel in Back Green
- The First Pastor: Rev. John Eagleton 1827-1832
- Ministry of the Rev. John Thorpe 1833-1836
- A Pastoral Interlude
- The Ministry of the Rev. William A. Hurndall 1838-1845
- The Ministry of the Rev. Richard Skinner 1845-1877
- The Ministry of the Rev. John T. Stannard 1874-1881
- Incidents and Events During Pulpit Vacancy 1881-1884
- The Ministry of the Rev. Samuel R. Antcliff 1885-1891
- The Ministry of the Rev. Eben Evans 1893-1899
- The Ministry of the Rev. Joseph Pleasants 1900-1908
- A New Era: John Pastorate of the Revs. Sydney R. Laver and J. Alexander Booth 1910-1915
- The Ministry of the Rev. F. Wheatcroft 1917-1925
- "Music and Musicians"
- Some Leaders and Representative Men Associated with the Past History of Ramsden Street Chapel
Under the terms of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988, the copyright of literary, dramatic, musical or artistic works in the United Kingdom expires at the end of the period of 70 years from the end of the calendar year in which the author dies.
The author, Arthur William Sykes, died in 1959 and copyright on his works will expire at the end of 2029.
Notes and References
- ↑ Sykes did not have any children and it is uncertain who represents his estate.