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Howdenshire History

Howdenshire History

The East Yorkshire Local History Society exists to promote and encourage the study of local history in East Yorkshire. Membership is open to all who are interested

The East Yorkshire Local History Society exists to promote and encourage the study of local history in East Yorkshire. Membership is open to all who are interested

Quaker Archive Database - There are two substantial collections known respectively as the Carlton Hill collection (which broadly covers the Leeds, Bradford, Settle and Knaresborough areas) and the Clifford Street collection (which covers mainly the York and Thirsk areas, but also includes records for Yorkshire as a whole).

Quaker Archive Database - There are two substantial collections known respectively as the Carlton Hill collection (which broadly covers the Leeds, Bradford, Settle and Knaresborough areas) and the Clifford Street collection (which covers mainly the York and Thirsk areas, but also includes records for Yorkshire as a whole).

Parish Register Transcriptions for Dewsbury, Great Ayton, Hartshead, Horbury, Leeds, St Peter's, Wetherby  and West Witton

Parish Register Transcriptions for Dewsbury, Great Ayton, Hartshead, Horbury, Leeds, St Peter's, Wetherby and West Witton

Barnsley Archives and Local Studies exists to preserve and make available historic records and printed material relating to Barnsley Metropolitan Borough. We aim to provide a customer focussed service, working hard to make more records available and increase the resources we offer.

Barnsley Archives and Local Studies exists to preserve and make available historic records and printed material relating to Barnsley Metropolitan Borough. We aim to provide a customer focussed service, working hard to make more records available and increase the resources we offer.

Bradford FHS

Bradford FHS

Signature of one of Richard III's best friends. Richard had three loyal trusted servants and friends: "the Cat, the Rat, and Lovell the dog," as the rhyme goes. This signature belongs to Francis Lovell.

Signature of one of Richard III's best friends. Richard had three loyal trusted servants and friends: "the Cat, the Rat, and Lovell the dog," as the rhyme goes. This signature belongs to Francis Lovell.

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