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Hardcastle's Yard

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Off High Street west side; Demolished 1956

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The small building at the end of the street is where Mr Leach made and sold his muffins, crumpets and oatcakes. Kids used to call and buy warm oatcakes, half-penny each. Miss Leach, his sister, had a dress maker's shop on Otley Street and a brother was a painter at G.H.Masons.
Added by: j. m. varley 13 Apr 09 
My Great Great Grandparents lived at number 10, John and Hannah Alice O'neill. John died there in 1901.
Added by: Mandy Mitchell 17 Feb 11 
My 4 x Great Grandparent Edward and Elizabeth Baxter lived here in 1851
Added by: Michelle Porritt 1 Oct 17 
Edward (a shoemaker) and Elizabeth were my 2nd great grandparents, and it must have been very hard for them to bring up a family here.
Added by: Carol Douglas 5 Mar 18 
My great great grandfather Watson Emmott lived in Hardcastle Yard in 1871 with his wife.. He was a cabinet maker.
Added by: Christine williams 28 Apr 20 

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