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William Hey's House

Albion Place, Numbers 1 and 1A. This was the house of Dr. William Hey, built 1794-1795, designed by Thomas Johnson. The street later took its name from the house. Dr. Hey was twice mayor of Leeds, fathered 14 children with his wife Alice Banks and was founder of the first Leeds Infirmary in 1767. In this undated view of the house it is the headquarters of the Leeds Law Society.

William Hey
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