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

The Legends and Traditions of Huddersfield and Its District: Volume I, Part V 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 IV — Traditions Concerning Landmarks and Localities, etc. (continued)
    • 5. The Colne Valley
      • a) The Forest of Marsden
      • b) The "Headless Horseman" of Linthwaite Old Hall
      • c) The Slaithwaite Moonrakers
      • d) The Marsden Cuckoo
      • e) The Golcar Lily
    • 6. Catgrave Road
    • 7. Fixby Park and District
      • a) The "Emparking" of Fixby
      • b) "The Three Sisters" and Other Groups of Trees in Fixby Park
      • c) "The Three Sisters"
      • d) "Faith", "Hope" and "Charity"
      • e) Morgan's Clump
    • 8. The Thunderbolt Oak, Lightridge Road, Fixby
    • 9. Gallows Field in Kaye Lane, Almondbury
    • 10. Storthes Hall Woods
    • 11. The So-Called Temple of the Sun at West Nab, Meltham
    • 12. Rocking Stones
      • a) At Meltham
      • b) On Wholestone Moor, Near Outlane

Chapter VII — The Stories of Some Structures in the Vicinity of Huddersfield

  • 1. Cooper Bridge
  • 2. Dumb Steeples
    • a) Near Kirklees
    • b) On Grange Moor
  • 3. The Haigh Cross
  • 4. Longwood or Nab End Tower

Chapter VIII — The "Follies" of Huddersfield and its District

  • 1. The Wainhouse Folly at Halifax
  • 2. Folly Hall, Chapel Hill
  • 3. The Folly at Honley

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

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