Members' research

  It's always windy up there: A short history of Cliff Rec by Holmfirth Local History Group members Vivien Aizelwood and Deborah Wyles

 The life of Martha Stocks by Holmfirth Local History Group member David Cockman
 Joe Perkins by Holmfirth Local History Group member Deborah Wyles
 Holmfirth Blue Plaque Trail, prepared for the Holme Valley Civic Society by the Holmfirth Local History Group
 Blue Plaque Trail in a format more suitable for mobiles.
 "What passing-bells for these who die as cattle?" was Wilfred Owen's reflection in his Anthem for Doomed Youth on how the fallen of WWI were regarded by their leaders in contrast with how they would be remembered at home.  Local History Group member David Cockman reflects on how the deaths were reported to their families and in the local press after transcribing many of those reports.
 HMS Hero by Holmfirth Local History Group member Deborah Wyles
 June Whitfield's Holmfirth Ancestry by Holmfirth Local History Group member Ian Goddard
   The Newtons of Stagwood Hill by Holmfirth Local History Group member Ian Goddard
A complex genealogical descent - Beardsells and Dearnleys






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