The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part IV (1942) by Philip Ahier

The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part IV was written by Philip Ahier and published in 1942 by the Advertiser Press Ltd. of Huddersfield.

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Contents

Chapter VI (continued)

  • Part II — Traditions Relating to Halls and Dwelling-Houses
    • 18. Bay Hall, Birkby
    • 19. The Barn at Gunthwaite
    • 20. Lane Head, Shepley
  • Part III — Legends Relating to Dwelling-Houses Now Demolished
    • 1. Former Ecclesiastical Edifices at Gunthwaite
      • a) The Ruins of the Church at Gunthwaite
      • b) The Ruins of the Private Chapel of the Bosvilles
    • 2. The Hermitage: Armitage Bridge and the Family of Armitage
    • 3. The First Carr House, Shepley
    • 4. The Former Cloth Hall
    • 5. Cook's Study
      • a) Cook's Study
      • b) The Chantrey Tower
    • 6. Crosland Hall and Moat
    • 7. Lockwood Hall
    • 8. Lower Hurst at Longwood or The Old Longwood Court House
    • 9. The Former "Rose and Crown" Public House, Huddersfield
  • Part IV — Traditions Concerning Landmarks and Localities, etc.
    • 1. Castle Hill
      • a) The Statement that the Towers of York Minster Can Be Seen from the Top of Castle Hill
      • b) The Water in the Moats on Castle Hill
      • c) The Underground Passages at Castle Hill
      • d) The Battle on the Slopes of Castle Hill
    • 2. Ark Hill Mound, Birkby
    • 3. Round Hill, Rastrick
    • 4. Round Wood, Waterloo

The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part IV (1942) by Philip Ahier

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