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civil, ecclesiastical, literary, commercial, and miscellaneous history of Leeds

Edward Parsons

civil, ecclesiastical, literary, commercial, and miscellaneous history of Leeds

Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford, Wakefield, Dewsbury, Otley, and the manufacturing district of Yorkshire

by Edward Parsons

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Published by F. Hobson in Leeds .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yorkshire (England) -- History,
  • Leeds (England) -- History,
  • Halifax (England) -- History,
  • Huddersfield (England) -- History,
  • Bradford (West Yorkshire, England) -- History,
  • Wakefield (England) -- History,
  • Dewsbury (England) -- History,
  • Otley (England) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    With the bookplate of John William Clay.

    Statementby Edward Parsons.
    ContributionsClay, John William (bookplate)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDA690
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18622561M

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By Edward ParsonAuthor: Edward Parson. The names "Chapeltown" and "Potternewton" have become virtually interchangeable for the same area. The civil parish that governed the area before the expansion of Leeds County Borough in was called "Potter Newton", and commercial name is still used by the Church of England for the ecclesiastical parish of St.

Martin's Church. The Ordnance Survey also lists the name "Potternewton" rather than. The church, designed by Adams & Kelly of Leeds, was consecrated in It was built of stone from local quarries.

The stained glass was designed by Charles Eamer Kempe. The original design for the church had a steeple, but lack of funds prevented its construction. St Martin's Church has a mainly West Indian congregation.

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