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Farnley in the Great War.

Duncan Haynes

Farnley in the Great War.

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Published by D. Haynes in Leeds .
Written in English

The Physical Object
Pagination[265]p. ;
Number of Pages265
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Open LibraryOL18094192M

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The idea is the brainchild of Farnley historian John Sykes in conjunction with Trevor Smith of Farnley Tyas Community Group and Farnley School. John, who is also a director of Farnley Estates, said: “Farnley School is designing a. Farnley was surrounded by the villages of Bawn, Upper Moor Side and Low Moor Side.

Farnley was heavily wooded until the 19th century, and Farnley Wood was the meeting point for a would-be rebellion against Charles II in which was known as the Farnley Wood Plot (believed to have taken place in Sykes wood, at the bottom of Green Lane).

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Map by Christopher Saxton (a portion) Morley is below y Wood is shown above Morley and Gildersome would have been to the left of Morley and below Farnley Wood.

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