The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part VI (1943) by Philip Ahier

The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part VI was written by Philip Ahier and published in 1943 by the Advertiser Press Ltd. of Huddersfield.

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Contents

Chapter VIII (continued) — The "Follies" of Huddersfield and its District

  • 4. The Folly at Linthwaite
  • 5. The Folly at Slaithwaite
  • 6. Folly Doorstones at Cowcliffe
  • 7. Folly Dolly at Meltham

Chapter IX

  • Stories and Traditions of Stones and "Marked" Crosses
    • 1. At Townend, Almondbury
    • 2. In Cote Lane, Fixby—Rastrick
    • 3. In Toothill Lane, Rastick
    • 4. Near the Old Cooper Bridge
    • 5. At High Hoyland
    • 6. On the East Wall of Fixby Park
    • 7. At Sun Woodhouse, Woodhouse Hill
    • 8. At New Gate, Berry Brow
    • 9. A Cross on a Dry Wall on the Steeps in the Direction of Harden Moss, and the Date 1867
    • 10. In Kirkgate, over Messrs. Hartley & Tee's Premises
  • "Motto" Stones
    • 1. At Farnley Tyas
    • 2. At Emley
    • 3. Crosland Moor
    • 4. The Wounded Hussar, Manchester Road
    • 5. Edgerton Cottages, Edgerton
    • 6. Harp Road
    • 7. Malvern Road, Primrose Hill
    • 8. The Stone Archway of Emley School

Chapter X — Underground Passages

  • 1. From Newhouse Hall to Lower Felgreave Wood
  • 2. The So-Called Passage from Whitley Hall to the Summer House
  • 3. The Supposed Underground Passages from Fixby Hall
  • 4. The "Tunnel" Under Beaumont Park
  • 5. The Tunnel in Brooke's Wood, Armitage Bridge
  • 6. A Tunnel at Farnley Tyas
  • 7. The Underground Passages in King Street

Chapter XI — Miscellaneous Legends and Traditions

  • a) Traditions Related to Persons
    • 1. The Two Scotsmen at Honley
    • 2. Captain Edward Harling of Almondbury
    • 3. Seth Senior and the Sovereign
    • 4. The Old Woman on the Pennine Range
    • 5. "General" Uther and "General" Almond
    • 6. The Family of Sykes
  • b) Traditions Related of Places
    • 1. The Lion Arcade
    • 2. The Old Corn Mill at Thunderbridge
    • 3. Gunthwaite Spa
    • 4. The Peel Statue

The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part VI (1943) by Philip Ahier

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