The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part III (1941) by Philip Ahier

The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part III was written by Philip Ahier and published in 1941 by the Advertiser Press Ltd. of Huddersfield.

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Chapter VI — Legends and Traditions Relating to Places

  • Part I — Churches
    • 1. The Legend of the Church on Castle Hill
    • 2. The Parish Church of St. Peter, Huddersfield
      • a) The First Church
      • b) The Site of the Chantry Chapels
    • 3. The Parish Church of All Hallows, Almondbury
      • i) An Ancient British Sacred Site
      • ii) St. Helen's Chapel or Chantry
      • iii) The House and Service of St. Nicholas at Almondbury
      • iv) The Broken Cross
      • v) The Lead Roof on the Church of All Hallows
    • 4. The Cross on the Vicarage Lawn at Christ Church, Woodhouse, and its Supposed Connection with the Church
    • 5. The Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, Kirkburton
    • 6. The Beaumont Chapel in the Parish Church of St. John the Baptist, Kirkburton
    • 7. The Parish Church of Emley
    • 8. The Parish Church of Hartshead
  • Part II — Traditions Relating to Halls and Dwelling Houses
    • 1. Crosland Hill Manor House
    • 2. Deadmanstone
      • i) The Origin of the Place-Name
      • ii) The Boulder Stone in the Grounds of Deadmanstone
      • iii) The Underground Passage to Castle Hill, from the Interior of Deadmanstone
    • 3. The Dives House at Dalton
    • 4. Elland Old Hall
    • 5. Emley Old Hall — Mary and the Wolf
    • 6. Emley New Hall
    • 7. Fenay Hall
    • 8. Some Buildings in Fixby Park
      • i) The Orangery
      • ii) The Ice House
      • iii) The Remains of the Bath House
    • 9. Gledholt Hall
    • 10. Hallstead Hall, Thurstonland
    • 11. Milnsbridge House
    • 12. Newhouse Hall, Sheepridge
    • 13. Quarmby Hall
    • 14. Thickhollins, Meltham
    • 15. Tinker's Monument
    • 16. Whitley Hall
    • 17. Wormall Hall, Almondbury

The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part III (1941) by Philip Ahier

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