Title: Wood Lane Hall, Copy from Horner - HLS06050
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Wood Lane Hall, Copy from Horner - HLS06050
Architecture, Buildings, Drawing, Hall, Places, Sowerby
Slide 3 - In 1706 John Dearden, grandson of the John who is supposed to have built the house, having by marriage come into the Hollins Estate, sold Wood Lane, to Jeremy Crossley of Lighthazles for £1100, described as a 'white Kerseyman.'The view of Wood lane Hall, now exhibited has been copied from John Horner's views of Halifax 1835, and shows what a beautifully wooded district Calder Dale was at that period.
Hebden Bridge Literary & Scientific Society
1905 , 1900s
PHDA - Hebden Bridge Local History Society
George Hepworth, “Wood Lane Hall, Copy from Horner - HLS06050,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed March 24, 2018, http://pennine-horizons.org.uk/items/show/7443.