Rhodes's Yard, King Street, Huddersfield
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- appears on maps: 1890 [#759]
- location: off King Street, Huddersfield
- listed in: Baines (1822)
- status: probably exists
- category: yard (Old Yards of Huddersfield reference: #45)
Named after wine merchant William Rhodes (c.1778-?) of Clough House, whose black beer brewery was situated at 8 King Street. One of William's sons, William Brook Rhodes (1805-1851), died in May 1851 from head injuries sustained when he was thrown from his horse.
Notes and References
- ↑ Huddersfield Chronicle (17/May/1851).