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HA07758_Stonegrave.jpg
HA07758 Stonegrave
HA07759_men_working_at_Harome.jpg
HA07759 Roadmenders in front of St Hilda's Church, Beadlam
HA07760_A_Helmsley_Street.jpg
HA07760 Top, western end of High Street / Highfield Lane, NawtonClick here for Google StreetView...
HA07761_High_Farm2C_Pockley.jpg
HA07761 High Farm, Pockley
HA07767__Low_Farm2C_Pockley_-_birthplace_of_Dowkes_family.jpg
HA07767 Low Farm, Pockley Birthplace of the Dowkes family
HA07769__West_Farm2C_Pockley3B__thatched_house_is_Stamper_s_House.jpg
HA07769 West Farm, PockleyThatched house is Stamper's House
HA07774_Unknown_location_or_individuals.jpg
HA07774 Old car, and horse and cartLikely to be Harry King, Cabinet Maker, Kirkbymoorside - who also used to have buildings on the Market Place
The buildings on the right are still standing on Tinley Garth, and are back entrances to gardens on West End
The building on the left has gone
1911 Census: Harry King, age 46 (single), living with father William King (retired postman) and mother Ann on West End
HA07782_St_Aidan_s_Church2C_Gillamoor_and_Surprise_View.jpg
HA07782 St Aidan's Church, Gillamoor, and Surprise View
HA07791_Harome.jpg
HA07791 Harome
HA07796_Pockley2C_1904.jpg
HA07796 Pockley - 1904
HA07864_Ampleforth_Bank_-_1910.jpg
HA07864 Ampleforth Bank - 1910
HA07869_Gilling_East_Primitive_Methodist_Chapel.jpg
HA07869 Gilling East Primitive Methodist Chapel
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