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Covid19 in Settle - images and reflection
At the outbreak of the coronavirus in March, 2020, a learned friend of mine opined that ‘the world will never ...
Horton School Closing Order Issued by Settle Rural District Council Officer of Health’s Department
Horton School Closing Order issued by Settle Rural District Council Officer of Health’s Department in consequence of the prevalence of Diphtheria dated 19 November 1931.
Horton School Epidemic Certificates 1931 – 1942
Horton school epidemic certificates 1931 – 1942 issued by the WRCC school medical officer to explain fall in school attendance for the duration of the epidemic.
Langcliffe Parish Registers
The Parish Registers for St John the Evangelist have been analysed for the period 1851 to 1951 without naming individuals. Ages at death are given which has enabled calculation of life expectancy at birth for four periods of 25 years from 1852. Distributions of ages at death have been worked out for males and females. ...
Memories of Miss Kathleen Foster
Conversation with Miss Kathleen Foster – 20 January 1988
hhg008 Oral History hhg008_01. Wartime recollections and random jottings by George Perfect – 1986 hhg008_02. Memories of Mr Frank Beresford of 30 Midland Terrace, Hellifield – 9 August 1984 hhg008_03. Conversation with Miss Kathleen Foster – 20 January 1988 hhg008_04. Conversation with Miss Winifred Wilcock – 5 May 1988 hhg008_05. Conversation with Mrs Ruth Kay – 3 February 1988 hhg008_06. Conversation ...
Report Dated 4 June 1897 on Sanitary Conditions in Settle Union
Report dated 14 June 1897 on sanitary conditions in Settle Union – Horton p. 19
Review Issue 7
Review issue 7 published in summer 1984. Articles include ‘Tourism Curse or Blessing’, ‘Skipton’s Brass Band’, Grassington hospital, ‘Craftsmen of the Dales’, stewardship of the land and ‘Leyburn’s Three Hundred Year Market’. Cover photo of Bob Guy using a slater’s hammer to cut stone roof slates to size by David Morgan Rees.
Mill workers, Nuvic Cinema, Sanitary correspondence, Settle Union
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