Streets in Calderdale

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Jack Lee Gate, Todmorden

Jack Bridge, Colden
Numbers 2 and 3 are early 19th century cottages. These are listed

Jackman Street, Todmorden

Jackroyd, Wheatley

Jackson's Court, Halifax
Aka Jackson's Yard. Area of Nelson Street, Halifax. Mentioned as slums in 1890.

Recorded in 1936, when 5 houses were listed here,

See Jackson's Court, Halifax

Jackson Lane, Barkisland

Jackson Meadows, Barkisland

Jackson's Yard, Halifax
Recorded in 1841 and 1936 at Temple Street, New Road when 3 houses were listed here

Jacob Lane, New Pellon
Recorded in 1874 and 1905 at Moor End Road

Jagger's Buildings, Claremount
Recorded in 1871

Jagger Green Dean, Stainland

Jagger Green Lane, Holywell Green

Jagger Green, Stainland

Jail Lane, Halifax
Recorded in 1761 as a name for Gaol Lane.

See Back Lane

James's Court, Halifax
Range Bank. Recorded in 1936, when 7 houses were listed here

James Street, Brighouse

James Street, Elland
Named for James Langdale who built many houses in Elland town and named some of the streets for members of his family.

In May 1933, there were reports of unexplained sounds of moaning – like someone in pain – between 11 pm and 3 am in the street

See Robert Kaye & Sons

James Street, Halifax
It was a part of The City and ran north-south from Great Albion Street to John street

James Street, Stainland
Was this one of the houses built by the family of John Shaw & Sons for their workers?

James Street, Todmorden

Jammy Green, Illingworth
Now Whitehall Green.

Houses here were built by James Priestley who lived at nearby Goose Gate Farm, Illingworth. The name is a corruption of the name James

Jane Green, Causeway Foot
A group of cottages

Japan Street, Ovenden
Recorded in 1905 at Lee Mount Road.

Recorded in 1881.

36 houses were listed here [1936].

After World War II, the name was changed to East Park Road

Jasper Hill, Lightcliffe

Reader David van de Gevel writes

Jasper Hill runs from the end of Ripley Street to the valley bottom near Firth's old mill dam.

In the 1950s this was a favourite spot for scores of kids – and their fathers – to go sledging, because it offered two runs: one down the old road (presumably an old coach road) and a transverse run for the more adventurous leading to the beck at the bottom.

At the bottom of the road was an old iron gateway, approximately 10 ft wide, complete with stone pillars, beneath which was a narrow but quite steep weir as part of the beck.

I would be interested to know if anyone has any information as to the origins of the name Jasper Hill and what was the function of the gateway which was rather too substantial to be a simple farm gate

Jasper Street, Halifax
Off Queens Road

Jay House Lane, Clifton
Aka Thornhills Lane, Clifton

Jemmy Lane, Halifax
North Bridge. Aka Jimmy Lane.

Beerhouses & Pubs in Jemmy Lane, Halifax

Jenkinson's Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 off Lister Street

Jenny Lane, Halifax
The road which goes via Crib Lane and Stannary Lane to Lee Bridge and beyond

Jepson Lane, Elland
In the 1920s, this and Victoria Road were widened for the new tram service to West Vale.

Property such as Jepson Lane Baptist Church and the Rising Sun was demolished and/or moved in the developments

Jerry Fields Road, Sowerby

Jerry Lane, Hove Edge
Another name for

Jerry Lane, Sowerby

Jerusalem Lane, Luddenden
See Jerusalem Farm

Jerusalem Lane, Wainstalls

Jerusalem Square, Southowram
Cromwellbottom / Luddell Top

Jerwood Hill Close, Halifax

Jerwood Hill Road, Claremount

Jessamine Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 off Hawthorn Street.

See Jessamine Cash Stores, Halifax

Jessamine Terrace, Halifax
Recorded in 1905 off King Cross Road

Jim Allen Lane, Midgley
There are cattle troughs here

Jobling Terrace, Cornholme
A brick terrace of houses. There was a brickworks behind the site. Demolished in 19??

John Barker Street, Todmorden

John Street, Halifax
The southern boundary of The City. It was a westerly continuation of Crossley Streeti beyond Waterhouse Street.

The residence of the Halifax town crier was here

John King Lane, Brighouse
Earlier name for the Brighouse end of Halifax Road up to Lane Head.

John King lived in a house at the bottom of the lane in the 19th century.

See Mont Blanc, Brighouse

John Naylor Lane, Luddendenfoot
Runs between Warley Wood Lane & Burnley Road.

Named for John Naylor.

See Naylor Lane Bar, Jack Payne and The Greave, Midgley

John Street, Brighouse
Lane Head / Waterloo Road

John Street, Claremount
Recorded in 1874 and 1936 off Range Bank. The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

John Street, Elland

John Street, Halifax
Street at Range Bank / the Haley Hill end of North Bridge. The street and its houses were lost when Claremount Road and New Bank were redeveloped in the 1960s

John Street, Halifax
A short street leading from Waterhouse Street to Upper Crown Street

John Street, Rastrick

John Street, Todmorden

John Street West, Sowerby Bridge

John Street, West Vale

John Taylor Lane, Luddendenfoot
Much of the area was demolished in the 1960s

John William Street, Elland

Johns Lane, Elland

Johnson Street, Halifax
Recorded in 1874 at Angel Road/Commercial Road, Mount Pleasant

Joint Stock Bank Court, Halifax
Recorded in 1850


Question: Does anyone know whether this is anything to do with the Halifax Joint Stock Banking Company Limited?

 

Jones's Buildings, West Vale
Recorded in 1871

Joseph Avenue, Northowram

Joshua Street, Todmorden

William Holt was born here

Joukin Lain, Brighouse
Recorded in 1868 when the name of the Street was changed.


Question: Does anyone know where the Street was, and what the name became?

 

Jowett's Row, Brighouse
The street no longer exists

Jowler, Luddendenfoot

Jubilee Buildings, Sowerby Bridge
Recorded in 1916

Jubilee Buildings, West Vale
Dated 1887

Jubilee Mount, Rastrick

Jubilee Road, Siddal

See Jubilee New Road, Siddal

Jubilee Street, Halifax

Jubilee Street, Mytholmroyd

Jubilee Street North, Ovenden

Jubilee Terrace, Halifax

Jubilee Terrace, Sowerby Bridge

Jumble Dyke, Rastrick

See Jumble

Jumble Hole Road, Hebden Bridge

See Potball, Charlestown

Jumples Close, Mixenden

Jumples Court, Mixenden
One of 6 blocks of high-rise flats built at Mixenden in 1965: Cragg Court, Mixenden, Dodge Holme Court, Halifax, Hebble Court, Mixenden, Mixenden Court, Mixenden, Wheatley Court, Mixenden, and one other

Jumples Crag, Mixenden
Some cottages here were dated ER 1819 for Rev Edward Ramsden

Jumples, Mixenden

Jumps Lane, Todmorden

Jumps Road, Todmorden


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