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Churches or Chapels.


Where situate.


Denominations.


Salem Chapel,


North Parade,


Methodist New Connexion


Hanover-Street Chapel,


King Cross Lane,


Ditto Ditto.


Ebenezer Chapel,


Cabbage Lane,


Primitive Methodist.


♦Cliapel,


Ward's End,


Society of Friends.


TOWNSHIP OF NORTHOWRAM.


*Chapel,


Northowi-am,


Independent Dissenters.


Chapel,


Northowram,


Methodist New Connexion


Chapel,


Haley Hill,


General Baptist.


Chapel,


Blackmires,


Wesleyan Methodist.


Chapel,


Ambler Thorn,


Methodist New Connexion


Chapel,


Round Hill,


Primitive Methodist.


TOWNSHIP OF SOUTHOWRAM.


*St. Anne's Church,


Southowram


Ecclesiastical.


Chapel,


Ditto.


Wesleyan Methodist,


Chapel,


Southowram Bank,


Primitive Methodist.




TOWNSHIP OF OVENDEN.


*St. Mary's Church,


Illingworth,


Ecclesiastical.


Chapel,


Ovenden,


Wesleyan Methodist.


Chapel,


lUingworth Moor,


" Ditto.


Mount Tabor Chapel,


Mount Tabor,


Ditto.


Cliapel,


Mixenden,


Independent Dissenters.


Mount Zion Chapel,


Upper Brockholes,


Methodist New Connexion


Chapel,


Bradshaw Lane,


Methodist New Connexion


TOWNSHIP OF HIPPERHOLME-CUM-BRIGHOUSE.


♦Church,


Coley,


Ecclesiastical.


*St. Matthew's Church,


Lightcliffe,


Ditto.


St. Martins' Church,


Brighouse,


Ditto.


Ciapel,


■ Ditto,


Wesleyan Methodist.


Chapel,


Ditto,


Society of Friends.


Chapel,


Ditto,


Methodist New Connexion


Chapel,


Bramley Lane,


Independent Dissenters.


Chapel,


Near Lightclitfo,


Wesleyan Methodist.




TOWNSHIP OF SHELF.



Ghapel,



Christ Chiu-chj
Chapel,
Chapel,
Chapel,

*St. Peter's Church,

St. John's Church,

Chapel,

Chapel,

Chapel,

Chapel,

Chapel,



Shelf,



Independent Dissenters.



*St. Mary's
Cliapel, '
Bo.itli Chapi
Chapel,



Churc



TOWNSHIP OF SKIRCOAT.

Skircoat Moor, Licensed by theAi-chbishop

Bolton Brow, Wesleyan Methodist

Salterhebble, Ditto.

King Cross, Methodist New Connexion

TOWNSHIP OF SOWERBY.

Sowerby Towai, Ecclesiastical.

Wilderness, Ditto.

Sowerby, Wesleyan Methodist.

near Mytholmroyd Bridge, Ditto.

Sowerby, Independent Dissenters.

Boulderclough, Methodist New Connexion

Steep Lane, near Sowerby, Baptist.
TOWNSHIP OF MIDGLEY.

Luddenden, Ecclesiastical.

liuddenden Dean, Wesleyan Methodist.

near Luddenden, Independent Dissenters.

Midgley, Methodist New Connex.ion



APPENDIX.



551



Churches o


r Chapels.


Where situate. Denorninaiions.


*Church,

Chapel,

Chapel,

Chapel,

Chapel,




TOWNSHIP OF WARLEY.

Sowerby Bridge, Ecclesiastical.
Warley, Johnsonians.
Warle'y Town, Independent Dissenters,
near Luddenden Foot, Wesleyan Methodist.
Luddenden, Ditto.



PAROCHIAL CHAPELRY OF ELLAND.



Ecclesiastical.
Seceding Mttliodists.
Independent Dissenters.
Wesleyan Methodist'
Methodist New Conuexiou;
Baptist.
Unitarian.
Wesleyan Methodist.



TOWNSHIP OF ELLAND-CUM-GREETLAND,

*St. Mary's Church, Elland,

Chapel, New Street, Elland,

Chapel, New Road, do.

Chapel, Dog Lane, do.

Chapel, Townfield Lane, do.

Chapel, Blackley, in Elland,

Chapel, Elland,

*Chapel, Greethind,

TOWNSHIP OF BARKISLAND.
*St. Bartholomew'sChurcli,Ripponden, Ecclesiastical.

Chapel, Do. Society of Friends.

TOWNSHIP OF NORLAND.

Chapel, Mount Pleasant, Wesleyan Metliodist.

TOWNSHIP OF RASTRICK.
*St. Matthew's Church, Rastrick, Ecclesiastical.

Building used as a Chapel, Bridge End, Independent Dissenters.

TOWNSHIP OF RISHWORTH.

Ripponden Bank, Wesleyan Metliodist.

Parrock Nook, Independent Dissenters.

Rishworth, Baptist.



Chapel,
Chapel,
Chapel,



*Chapol,

Providence Chapel,
Bethel Chapel,



Chapel,
Chapel,
Chapel,



Stainland,



TOWNSHIP OF STAINLAND.

j True Protestants of the
( Church of England.
Stainland, Independent Dissenters.

Outlane, Stainland, Priiuitivo Methodist.

TOWNSHIP OF SOYLAND.



Mill Biuik,
Soyland Town,
Stones, Soyland,



Wesleyan Methodist
Methodist New Conuexiou
Independent l)is.sentcrs.



PAROCHIAL CHAPELRY OF HEPTONSTALL.



TOWNSHIP OF HEPTONSTAL]



*St Thomas's Chxirch,

Chapel,

Chapel,

Chapel,

Chapel,



lleptonetall.

Do.
Heptonstall Slack,
Hebden Bridge,
Ilebden Bridge Lanes,



Ecclesiastical.

Wesleyan IMethodist

General Baptist

Baptist

Wesley an Methodist



552 APPENDIX.



Churches or Chapels. Where situate. Denomination.

TOWNSHIP OF ERRINGDEN.
Chapel, Cragg, Wesleyan Methodist.

TOWNSHIP OF LANGFIELD.
Chapel, York Street, Todmorden, Wesleyan Methodist.

Chapel, Mankinholes, Ditto.

TOWNSHIP OF STANSFIELD.

•Church, Cross Stone, Ecclesiastical.

St. James's Church, Mytholm, Ditto.

*Chapel, Eastwood, Presbyterian or Congrega-

gational persuasion.
Chapel, Blackshaw Head, Wesleyan Methodist.

Chapel, Gronny Stones, near Shaw Baptist.

Chapel, Millwood, Baptist.

Chapel, Line Holme, General Baptist

Chapel, Blind Lane,

TOWNSHIP OF WADSWORTH.

Chapel, Longfield or Blackhill, Wesleyan Methodist.

•Chapel, Wainsgate, Baptist.

Chapel, Birchcliffe, General Baptist.



ERRATA.

Since writing my obser\'ations on the Roman ^ra, I have been supplied by
the kindness of a friend witli some information, respecting the Bath refen-ed to
in page 33. T^ong the buildings to which Watson's attention was directed, there
appears to have been the remain of a Roman bath, with a vapourroom or sudatorium.
This room, according to the report of some workmen who destroyed it, was four
yards long and about two yards and a half broad. The floor is said to have been
between three and four yards below the present surface of the ground ; and the
pavement was nearly a yard in thickness, composed of lime and bricks, brayed
together exceedingly hard. In one comer of this room was a drain about five inches
square, into which as much water was conveyed as would have turned an overfall
mill, yet no vent could be discovered, nor did it raise a large spring about twenty
yards below, and about four yards lower than the foundation of the building.

The remains of the bath were discovered about twelve years ago, by a person
who was getting stone for the repaii- of the neighbouring fences. The property
upon which the bath was found, belonged to the late B. Allen, Esq., of Hudders-
field, who had it taken up at a considerable expense, and placed in the grounds
adjoining his mansion, where it now stands, under an arch composed of stones,
tiles, &c., found at Cambodunum, over which ivy has grown, giving to the whole
a venerable appearance.



INDEX.



PAGE

Acts of Parliament, local 321

Advowson the liistory of 77

Account shewing tlie number ofMills
and Factories in Halifax Parish in

1835 308

Acre 483

Agriculture, little followed in the

Parish 13

Aire, River 7

Aire and Calder Navigation 10

Alborough 31

Alexander, Elizabeth, her tablet. 124
Altar Roman,fromCamden,described33

,found at Slack, described. 36

Amerceaments inForest of Sowerby405

Aneley house 452

Wood 450

Anglo-Saxons 41

, Turner's history of 41

Appenines, English 1

Air in Halifax Parish 15

Ainsworth William 257

Almondbury, Saxon Remain there 32

Abulay Grange 453

Astey 372

Ashbiu-n Christr. Vicar of Halifax 128
Ashburn Francis,Vicar of Halifax ib.
Aulnager, derivation of the term 298
Aykroid, William, his devise ..254

Atwell, Hugh, his Charity 245

Atkinson, Rev. C 436

Baptist Chapel 340

Beer Shops, evil of 18

Biograpliv of tlie Parish 20. 266

Blackstoiio Edge 14, 134, 490

Redoubts there,by whom

made 134

Blackburn, or Black Brook 9

Blackgate, by whom fortified .... 134

Blackgreiss 483

Barlrisland 457

, luclosure Act 460

, Manor of 457



PAGE

Barkisland, Free School 217

, Etymology of ib.

, Charities ." 217

, Doles & Rent charges. .218

, Hall 34, 465

, Almshouses 219

, dniidical remains there 25

Barkesey, or Barsey 457

Baytinge, what beasts were agisted 418

Bates Joah 260

British Era 24

British road 30. 37

Barons, their power 75

Bailey Hall 373

Baitings 403. 418, 490

Bradewallsike 471

Bradlev-Hall 495

Ball Green 412

Backhall 372

Blaidroyd 372

Bates Brian, his Charity 183, 244

Bairstow Paul, his Charity 203

Bcestoncs, Roman coins found there 37
Beaumont, of Crossland-Hall. , . .442

Brcnehill 471

Breariey-Hall 428

Benerode 483

Breck 412

Beacon Hill 372

Brent Thomas, L. L. D., Vicar of

Halifax 127

Breanlifi'e John 2.38

Bentley Eli 114

Bentlev William 258

BentkV .lohn, his Charitv..202. 208

Bride Stones .' 26

Bircli Colonel, his letter to Par-

liiuuent 134

Brighouse 381

, Manor of 391

, Courts tliere 392

, l)escrii)ti()n of ib.

Briggs Henry 259

Bingley Elizabeth, her Charity.. 250



554



INDEX.



PAGE

Baker Robert, Esqr,, Superlntend-

ant of Factories 307. 309

Beggars' Littany 76

BirksHall 379

Baths, Halifax 336

Bank, Halifax 359

Brackenbed 380

Barrack Castle 77

Bh-kheadWiUiam,hisCharity 196, 241,
389

Brook Robert, his charity 206

Brooksbank Joseph 455

Brooks which fall into the Calder 8, 9

Bods, what 25. 363

Bloody-field, near Halifax 133

Bottomley 466

Bowers ib.

Bromecroft 471

Brocholes ib.

Booth Town 363

Botheroyd 483

Bowood 412

Bower Slack ib.

Broadley Matthew, his Charity . .185

Boyes John, liis Charity 248

Bois William, 261

Brown Sir Thomas 20. 259

Bosco Johannes de Sacro 259

Brooksbank James, lois Charity. . 193

Brooksbank Joseph 455

Brooks, numerous 5

Black Pit 8

Butterworth 25

Bowcock Isaac, his Charity 184. 197

Butt-green 461, 471

Bull-green 327

Bull, Rev. W. H 412

BurtonThomas,VicarofHalifaxl30.262
Burials, testamentary at Halifax 125

Biu-ton, Rev. Thomas 483

Burgh and Borough, distinction be-
tween 32

Briggs Rawdon, jun. Esq 534

, review of

his Parliamentary cai'cer 538

Calder River, origin of the name . . 6

, East ib.

, West ib.

, Course of it ib.

, Vale of 46. 501

and Hebble Navigation, De-
scription of it 10

, Advantages of it to Com-
merce 11, 12

Camden 2, 5, 31

Canute the Danish King, his march 44

Carfax, in Oxford 3

Cannon, or Camel Hall 450, 451



PAGE

Castle Dean 26

Castle-hill, near Almondbury 32. 35

Castle-hill, in Stansfield .43

Castle Shaw, in Saddleworth .... 34

Castle-hill, at Rastrick ib.

Castle at Sowerby 401. 407

Catmoss 26

Carne 28

Cambodunum 31. 32. 34

Camp-end, in Warley 134

Caygill Jane, her monument .... 122
Charities, public, in H. Parish 20. 157
, Commissioners for en-
quiring into, their report .... 157

, Lost 196. 206

Chapels in Halifax « 42. 339

Civil War 132

Clayhouse 456

Claviger Dean 6

Clay RobertjD.D. Vicar of Hx.l23. 456
Clayton R,, Sergeant at law, his

tablet 124

CliffehiU 460

Cockle or Cock-hill, in Ovenden. .38

Coiners, in Turvin Vale 416

Collieries in the Parish 13

Constableries under the Leet at Hx.60
Contributions to the Literary and

Pliilosopliical Society 349

Corporation and Test Acts 143

Cromleach 28

Cross i'th Dean 6

Crowther, Rev. Thomas 417

Crawstone 456

Clarke Bridge 328

Clarke Richard, his charity 244

Chamberlain William, his charity 249
Chamberlain Thomas, his charity 224

Callis 412

Crabtree Heniy 262

Celt British, found in Mixenden29. 40

Cleve Lady Anne 91

Chester, heads of felons presented at

Castle there 67

Cripplegate in Halifax 328

Ciiminals, beheading of, not peculi-
ar to Halifax 72

Criminals beheaded at Halifax . . 76

Coals in Halifax Parish 13

Com, what kinds grown in Halifax

Parish 14

Coins Roman, found in Hx. parish 37

Conygarth 42

^ in Barkisland 42. 460

Clothworkers invited from foreign

parts 301

Cloth-market Halifax, descripti-
on of 304

Cromwelbothom, reputed manor of 368



INDEX.



5^5



PAGE

Cromwelbottom • . . . 368. 373

Clogh-houses, in BarkislanJ ....465

Cross-gate 471

Coningsburgh, Gallows claimed

there 52

Coley 383

hall, and manor there 389

chapel, when built and en-
dowed 384.386

,original endowment of 386

Compositions for not receiving

Knighthood 380. 527

Cross, at Stainland 494

Remarks on 498

Crossland Moor 488

Crossland-hall 448. 451

Crosstone, remain there 488

Crostonc Chapel, about what time

built 521

• , Licence to baptise

and bury there 522

■ , Injunction to Cu-
rate there 522

, Endowment . . . 523

Copley-Hall 397

Copley, de Adam,Rector of Halifax 30

Coldedge 39

Coulthurst Dr.jVicar of Halifax,. . 119

his epitaph 131

Crow Nest 390

Crimsworth 28. 48. 527

Crossley John, his charity 427

Cluuniock, Rev. Thomas 508

Cockcroft Caleb, his charity . . . .253
Crowther Jane, her charity 181. 247

Crowther Alice, her charity 182

Crowther Brian, his charity .... 182
Crowther Joseph, his charity .... 198
Corporation at Halifax, Charter of 158
Cluirchos and Chapels in Halifax

Parish 17. 549

Custanco, Rev. Frederic 463

Dane's Road 44. 487

Danish affairs in Halifax parish. . 44

Drake Mary, her charity 250

, family of, their pedigi-ec 364

Danson Susannah, her charity . .388

Dorplcy 412

Doorstones ib.

Dianhouse,& Dean of Deanhouse 423

Deaii Ritluud, D. D 263

Dcano Ediiiuud ib.

Deyno Richard, his charity 427

Dewsbury Church, its antiquity and

Dui-s ' 79

Dialect of Halifax parish, renuuks

on 20

Dyson of Clayhouse 156



PAGE

Dispensary, Halifax 344

Dissenters, public worship protected

bylaw 140

their claims on the Legis-
lature 143

Dissenting Meeting house, erected
in Halifax, first ib.

, num-
ber of, in the parish 142

^,Elland

Endowment of 455

Domisday-Book for Wakefield Ma-
nor 406, 491

Drayton's Polybion, extract from 17

Druidical Remains in Halifax par-
ish 24

Doomsday-book, extracts from,.. 47
367. 431. 469. 518. 520, 525

, What it is ib.

Dun Joshua, his Epitaph 115

Dues vicarial, at Halifax 85

Damages assessed for riots 542

Eald field 37

Ecclesiastical Chapels in the parish

of Halifax 17

Ecclesiastical division of Halifax

parish 16. 317

EUaud, Chapelry of 16. 430

Manor 431

Description of 433

Market 432. 433

Inhabitants of, toll free .,433

Charities 220

Townships within 430

Park 438. 4.52

Hall, description of 438

Hall-wood, Roman coins

found there 37

Cliapel, when built 434

Endowment of 434. 436

453

Description of .... 434

why presented to bv

the Vicar of HiOifiux 436

, why pensioned from

Halifax '. 436

, Dispute about elect-
ing Curate 431

,Churchwardeus there

how chosen ib.

Quires there how call-
ed 435

Epitaphs there ib.

Chantry Priests there437

Testiuuentary Biuials

there 438

Light of Blessed Vir

gin tliere ib.



556



INDEX.



PAGE

EllandChapeljiiot originally aChan-

try chapel ib.

Elland of Elland, pedigree of . .439

— SirJohn and hisAntagonists,

History of 442

Elland hereditary feud 441

Protestant Dissenters 455

Edge 11

Eawood 429

Elfabroughhall 413

Exley 373

EiTingden 509

, its etymology ib.

, Manor of 509

, a remain there 42

Described 514

, Park 507

described 509

when dispaled ..510

granted .. 514. 516

Copyholders there become

Tenants of the crown 511, 515

Disputes there settled ,.512

Epitaphs in Halifax Chiu-ch 111

Eastwood .524

Ebenezer Chapel , 344

Enclosure Actsl3. 375. 460. 497. 520
Election of Members for Halifax 535



Fairfax, meaning of 3

Farms in the parish 14

usual tenure of ib.

Farrer, of Eawood 379. 429

Farrer Robert, Bishop 264

Favour John, L.L.D. Vicar of Ha-
lifax 128. 263

his epitaph 116

Fawcet, llev. John, D.D 265

Free Chases or free Warren in Ha-
Ufax parish 52. 420. 432. 474. 489

Felinge 471

Fennel, Rev. J 523

Fixby 469

, Manor of ib.

, etymology of ib.

Fixby of Fixby 470

Fieldhouse 413

Firth Richard, his charity 464

Firth-house 466

Fortune, Altar of 33

Forest of Sowerbyshire 403

Foresters in Sowerby 404

Forest and freeChace distinguished ib.

Fordoll 472

Foxcroft George, his charity ....2.53 |
Foumess John, his charity 197. 202 j

Flone Nook 414 |

Forge house , 432 i



PAGE

Foe, Daniel de 20

Fullers Remarks 2. .306

Fold 380

Flocktons 460

Gaol, in Halifa.K 60. 328

Gas, Act for Lighting the town of

Halifax 335

Sowerby-bridge Lighted ^vith 421

Gentry within the Parish 132

Gallipole hill 460

Godley-lane Road 4

Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty

371. 377. 384. 386. 417. 422. 436.

464. 465. 482. 507. 523

Greenhalgh 42

GraveshipsinHalifaxparish38l. 59.407
Gallows at Conningsburgh, Wake-
field, Earl Wan-en claims .... 72
Gaytington Thomas de. Vicar of

Halifax 126

Gaunt John, Duke of Lancaster, lii#

Arms 432

Grantham Frances, her charity . . 220

Greetland, Manor of 431. 456

described 456

Roman altar found there

31. 36
Gledhill Thomas, his charity 218. 463

Gledhill Sarah, her charity 217

Gledhill James, his charity 195

Greenwood Daniel, D. D 268

Greenwood Daniel, his charity . .203
GrecnwoodJno.,hischaiity21 1.253.507
Greenwood Charles, his charity . . 208

Greenwood Paul, his charity 209

Gillerode *. 472

Grimscar, Inscription found there 36

, Roman bricks found there

31. 36
Gibbet Law at Halifax, Account of 61

Gibson's charity 195

Grvdington Aaron de, Vic;u' of

Halifax 126

Golcar 29

Gunerwallnase 547

Guest General 269

Goat house, Rishworth 231

Halifax Parish, of what divisions or

townships it consists 1 . 48

Parishjhouses of, WaiTen&

Lacy concerned in the foundation 47

unfavorable situation of 5

Inhabitants of, issued Cop-
per Coins 145

Union Club established 146

Newspaper first published ib.



INDEX.



557



PAGE

Halifax, Gang of Coiners disco-

vcred at 148

Militia 147

Murdi-r at 149

Riotsat 149,541

-^ taint of republicanism at 149

Musical Festival 1 53

<''"i"'-» of crops in the par-
ish 150

not involved in the spirit

of speculation 153

Banking establishments in

the town ib .

dimensions & bounds of it 1

Dissenting Chapels there-
in 142

Vicarage what 16

. VicarageHousejWhen built 89

, remarks on the 90

Vicar of, when and how en-
dowed 81

Halifax Church 95

description of 100

damaged by Light-

106

-, remarks on 90

-, Altar of St. George

110

-testamentary burials

125

oldest evidence relat-
ing thereto 99

, when first erected

anil why ilj-

a Rectory 76

-converted to a Vicar-
age, and why 81



ning



there



-Altarage there given



to the Vicar 82

Chantries there . . . .108

— . Monks there discharg-

from services 110

_ -Fabric and interior de-
scribed 99

Monuments there ..111

^List of Vicars. . 126

Kpitapbs there 111

—Organ there, when c-

rected 103

Steeple,description of 1 06

Bells there, and mot-

tos on them ib.

Library there 1 08

Halifax, Commissioners of public

Charities visit there 1 56

.. , Town of 1

, Maid of "i

, branch of Wakefield Manor,

boundaries of <J7



PAGE

Halifax,free Grammar schools in the

Parish 2.55

J biography of the parish of 257

, woollen trade and manufac-
tures of 296

, population of 310

, parochial registers of . . . .315

, parochial government. . • .317

District, townships in . . . . ib.

Halifax, Ecclesiastical division of the
parish into three districts .... 317

, Chapelries there 318

, Churchwardens of, custom

of electing in 313

, custom of passing accounts320

appoints two overseers • . . .322

, township of, its bomidaries323

, its scenery, con-
jectures as to the former appear-
ance of the town 323. 324

, plan of 326. 327

, pillory there 328

— , local acts 331

, court of requests at, for re-
covery of small debts .... 331 . 356

supplied with water 336

police ib.

cattle markets ib.

fairs 337

, Trinity Chuich 338

, St. James's Church 339

, chapels at ib.

, borough of 529

, political parties there. . . .531

, represented in Parliament

135. 537

Halifax, Schools at 344

Dispensary 344

— —Theatre 345

New-rooms 347

- -^ Literary and philosophical

society 348

their hall and museum . . 352

Mechanic's institution ..354

public libraries 355

newsrooms 356

— Baths ib.

a Parliamentary garrison 133

Action there ib.

relieves the garrison at Brad-
ford ib.

sends to the attack of Wahe-

field ib.

a Market by prescription 328

Manor of. .' 50. 80

Manor witliin a Manor . . 91

Manor, grant of to Ingram 92

, Workhouse there 158

origin of the name 2



558



INDEX.



PAGE

Halifax, its present state 359

Dr.Whitaker's remarks on 2

Constitutional Election com-
mittee .532

. Election of M embers to Par-
liament, account of 535

, expences of 537

Han-ison's description of Brittaine

refen-ed to 7

Hardwick, forest of described - .406

, its etymology . - 407

Hadershelf 414

, singular discovery at ... ib.

Hamerton of Hamei-ton 518

Haugh-end 415

HaiTison John, Vicar of Halifax 123

Hei-mitage at Halifax 3

Haworth Alice, her charity... 183. 248

Hartley David 269

Hall Jeremiah, M. D. his charity 199

Heptonstall ."..501

, chapelryof .. 317. 501

, etymology of 502

, charities there 208. 253

,notmentionedinDomes-

day as stated by Watson 502

,a gan-ison for King

Charles 1 503

, burnt after an action

there 503

, Manor of 502

, Account of 503

Chapel when built. . . .504

■ , description of ib.

■ , organ there . .505

■ remarkables about chap-
el there 505

— ■■ , Endo^\-ment of 506

, Testamentary Burials

there 506

Chapel polluted and re-
stored 505

•= , peculiar notions among

some of the Inhabitants as to the

Belfry of the Chapel 506

Slack 508

Hebble, river 8. 333. 379

HaUg brook 8. 333. 379

Hertford, Marchioness of. Lady of

the manor of Halifax 94

Hulme Dr. his epitaph 123

Harrison William, his gift 251

Hanover chapel 343

Hayrie, Rev. Mr. 392

Height, in BarMsland 460. 466

Helens St 497

Heton Richard de, vicar of Halifaxl27

Heywood Oliver, notice of 136

Hemingw ayRobert,his charity252. 387



PAGE

Herschel Dr., anecdote of 103

Heath 397

, grammar school therel74. 397

Hebden-Bridge 501. 527

Hill-house hill 460

Hiley-hiU ib.

HighGreenwood,Roman coins found

there 37-

High Sunderland 364

Hipperholme 381

, Manor of ib.

, Graveship of ib.

, Grammar School . . 185

Holland, Earl of, beheaded 57

Hoile-house 389

Hope Rev. John 372

Hell Croft, in Sowerby 401

Howrovd 467

Holy well, Stainland 499

Hoile Elkanah, his charity 208. 463

Hoyle Joshua, D. D 269

Horton Mary, her charity 464

Elizabeth, her charity. . . . 463

Thomas, his charity .... ib.

Elkanah, his charity 200. 411

William, his charity .... 218

of Barkisland, pedigree of 466

George, Esq 533

Horley-green, mineral water there 9

Holdsworth 378

house ib.

Holdesworth Robert, vicar of Ha-
lifax 127

Holdsworth's chapel, in Halifax

Church 101

Hollinhey . . 415

Holroide Thomas, his charity 463

Hook Richard, D. D. -s-icar of Ha-
lifax 129. 138

, his epitaph 116

Hough Edmund, vicar of Halifax 130

, his epitaph .... 1 1 6

Hopkinson Elen and Jane, their

charities 181

Hullenedge 453

Hulme Nathaniel 271

Hulme Joseph 270

Hutton Mary, her charity .... 524

Hogg John,"]iis gift 251

Hollins, the 423

Horner, his views in Halifax422. 427
365. 467

Inman Robert, liis charity 453

Ingi-am, sir Ai-thur, manor of Ha-
lifax sold to him 92

Irwin, viscount, manor of Halifax
descended to , . 92

Jarratt, Rev. R 428



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Ingram, sir A. his bequest 251

Infranchisement douds in Halifox

Manor 92

Inscriptions Roman, found at Slack 34
Jerusalem, knights ol" St John of,

their lands in Halifax parish . . 376
378. 395. 499

Illingworth 375

chapel 376

— , endowment of 377

James's, St. church 339

Jumples house 379

Jolly rant, in Halifax parish .. 15

Knighthood, compositions for not

receiving 380, 527

Knight Titus 271

Knight, Rev. Samuel, vicar of Ha-
lifax 120

, his monument271

King cross 46, 397

King John, the Archer 391

Kynge John, vicar of Halifax 172

Kirklees Nunnery had lands in Ha-
lifax parish 499

— Roman camp near there 34

Kershaw house 429

Kirby's Inquest 404

Ladstones in Norland and Sowerby 25

Langfield, manor there 518

Lacy of Brearley 428

Lacy of Crorawellbottom 449

Lacy, arms of. 112

Lacye John, his epitaph and mon-
ument 112

Ladywell 492

Lake John, bishop 273

Law Mary, her charity 2)5

Lancaster, Earl of 53

Legi(>n,GthRoman. the line of their

march 37

Lcc-liill, near Slack, Roman remain

there 35

Lewes, monks of, their grant, and
lease to Robert and John Water-
house, and others, 92

LewesIMory, their Lands in Halifax



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