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Bride, Groom and attendants
Formerly AT035
Rev Heywood was Vicar of St James church, Mytholmroyd, from 1926 - 1955.
Unveiling the War Memorial at Mytholmroyd, 2nd July 1922. A brass band in attendance. Red Acre gas works can be seen on left. The inscription says: 75 men lost in the Great War. 75 tragic homes. 75 young women without a husband.
Mytholmroyd Methodist Team. Captain Cyril Crabtree, to his left is Jack Crossley. To his right is Jack Lord, next Raymond Crabtree. Middle back Ernest Nickle. Middle row left Norman Feather, decorator.
Mytholmroyd (Scout Road Sunday School) Cricket Club, probably 1939 when they won the Hebden Bridge League.

From left to right, beginning with the back row:
Willie Scott, Norman Greenwood, Herbert Fleetwood, Wilfred Boocock, Fred Whitaker, Jim…
Slide 13: The next Hutton who figures in history was another with the Christian prefix Matthew, who was born at Marske, January 8th 1692, and who entered the Church, and became successively Bishop of Bangor in 1743, Archbishop of York in 1747, and…
Slide 12: He died at York, January 16th 1605, and was buried in the south choir aisle of the Minster, where a handsome monument commemorates his extraordinary and fruitful life.
Foundation Stone Ceremony for Salem Sunday School, Hebden Bridge. The gentleman far right is Maurice Morgan, who was a lay preacher. Clerical gentleman R to L: Rev Ted Matkovitch, Rev Brian Holt, a previous minister at Salem; Rev Abraham Hall…
Rev James Allison, Victoria Macdonald and the Ryburn Longsword Dancers on their way to the Spa.
Rev James Allison assisted by Victoria Macdonald, blesses the Spa, watched by Hebden Royd Mayor.
An afternoon to celebrate the unveiling of the new head for the soldier on the war memorial at Mytholmroyd. Rev James Allison and local school children.
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