Unattached Photographs



Some Unattached Photographs of miscellaneous people, places and things

An unidentified Uncle T. Tuley

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW33.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Sarah Mallinson

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW28.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Sarah Priestley

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW29.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Grandma Clarke

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW18.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Grandpa Clarke

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW19.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified John Mallinson

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW20.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified John Mallinson

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW21.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Marian Morris

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW22.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Martha Mallinson, Mrs Landor

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW23.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Mrs Slo...

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW24.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified Mrs John Mallinson

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW25.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

An unidentified young man

This photo is part of a collection of Victorian cartes de visite found amongst documents relating to the Tuley family

This image [MKW26.JPG] was kindly submitted by Mike Williams

Mount Tabor Football Team

[Taken in 1914]

This image [DG2098.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

A group of people attending an AYPA Conference.

Jeremy C Lefever sent this photograph and says
This photograph was taken in the grounds of Brighouse Parish Hall.

AYPA is the Anglican Young Persons Association

[Taken in 1943]

This image [JCL14.JPG] was kindly submitted by Jeremy C Lefever

This photograph is endorsed Holywell Green.

For some time, it was unidentified but Joseph Lynn Wardle tells me
These are girls who started work in the mill Holroyds Mill, Holywell Green part time at the age of 12. The girl on the back row behind the girl in plaits is my aunt Jessie Sawyer, my mother's youngest sister. Her father was George Sawyer who had a smallholding at the end of a row of back-to-back houses up Jagger Lane, Holywell Brook. Previously, my grandfather had been farm manager for Hirst Ainley who owned Wappy brewery on Lindley Moor. The girl next to the girl in plaits is Annie Russell, my mother's life-long friend. My mother was born in 1895, and aunt Jessie 2 or 3 years later.

I was born down Burr Wood [1932] and now [2011] live in Norwich. My father bought the first house built on Brooklands Avenue, after Brooklands had been demolished

This image [DG1001.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Greaves

A photograph of George Sawyer

Joseph Lynn Wardle sent this photograph and says
My grandfather George Sawyer is holding the horse, with wife Mary-Ann and 4 daughters in the governess cart: Nellie, Olive, Florrie (my mother) and Jessie (hair down which indicates that she was still at school).

George died in 1912 (aged 46)

This image [JLW1.JPG] was kindly submitted by Joseph Lynn Wardle

A group of children

Jeremy C Lefever sent this photograph and says

It was taken at Margaret Ibbotson's party [1936?].

Back row: William Ibbotson, Betty Holmes, Connie Muff, Mabel Radley, Kenneth Stake;

Middle Row: Jean Mitchell, Barbara Kitchen (now Jetten), my mother Audrey Binns, Muriel Harrison;

Front Row: Margaret Ibbotson, Mary Kershaw, Betty Muff.

Most of the children went to Victoria Central School, Rastrick and sang in the choir at St Matthew's Church, Rastrick

This image [JCL1.JPG] was kindly submitted by Jeremy C Lefever

Civil Defence training in Halifax.

Stephen Gee says that
the picture is taken at the top of Broad Street – opposite Cross Fields. The building in the background is the rear of the Sportsman, Halifax

This image [DSM36.JPG] was kindly submitted by David Smith



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Revised 15:43 /15th March 2018 / ph2406 / 18732

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