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My grandfather was Revd James Greenwood of Skipton Baptist Church up to about 1922. He is in the top right hand corner seated with head at a slight angle. My...
Peter Greenwood 15/08/2019
 
Does anyone know what year the bottom of castle street at the junction with Keighley Road was blocked off?
Gareth 12/08/2019
 
Sandra Sadler you posted such a long time ago now, but I've recently been doing my family history. Your Great Grandfather William is my Great Great...
Anne-Marie Preston 01/08/2019
 
Does anyone know who the H O Walker was? My ancestors were Walkers in Skipton
Amanda 15/07/2019
 
The name Waller comes most probably from one Richard Waller, an artist, who was born in Skipton in 1811. He has several paragraphs in the chapter on '...
Keith Perriman 30/06/2019
 
I have a pair of picture frames with original labels to the rear made by this company. So interesting to see this photo.
Gareth 23/04/2019
 
I was a boarder at St Monica's Convent 1943 - 1949, remembering Mother Monica, sister Dominic and sister Mary Agnes. The junior house moved to Eshton Hall for...
Elisabeth Barnes nee McPherson 17/04/2019
 
Location is Skipton
Pete Buss 08/03/2019
 
Or course, it is St Monica's ! I have been a boarder pupil coming from France in 1962-1963. I visited the place again with Therese Lang a few years ago. All...
Veronique Lecat 05/03/2019
 
My grandfather is Tom Pickles, 3rd from right, back row (in trilby).
Judith Henderson 15/02/2019
 
Could this possibly be the old iron foundry which previously belonged to the Rimmington family (my 2 x great grandfather)?
Judith Henderson (nee Pickles) 15/02/2019
 
Just wondering which skating rink this is as my 2 x great grandfather built 4 houses and a skating rink on Raikes Road, the rink being the building between...
Judith Henderson (nee Pickles) 15/02/2019
 
Fred Hudson's Dance Band who regularly played at the Welfare, corner of Cavendish Street and Broughton Road (now part of Morrison's car park).Back Row: Fred...
Brian Cleaver 28/01/2019
 
It's their mobile fish & chip van & is parked up outside Swinden Quarry, Threshfield.
Ben McKenzie 27/01/2019
 
The shop was demolished in 1928 and rebuilt for G.H. Mason & Son and now occupied by Boots Chemists. The year of the photo could well be about 1909/10. The...
Peter Ellwood 16/01/2019
 
I seem to remember that Wilbefort's stuck around until the mid 70s at least. My aunt worked there around that time.
Darren Moorby 31/10/2018
 
Does anyone know where the name Waller in 'Waller Hill' came from. Thank you.
Lilian Flesher 29/10/2018
 
This is my Grandad's Chemist in Skipton. Thanks for posting the photo!
Adam Brown 08/10/2018
 
The Brick Hall was the the name of this building into the 1960's and possibly later. During part of that time the landlords were Tom and Maureen Corrigan.
Patricia Attewell nee Kerrigan 26/09/2018
 
This was taken at the Ermystead street entrance to the St John's ambulance brigade hall. There was a small side entrance to the hall on the Shortbank road...
Keith Perriman 22/09/2018