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Hawksworth Village

Hawksworth Village
1912. Occupying an elevated position between Guiseley and Baildon, this is a view of the Main Street. The open moorland can be seen beyond the village. On the right, a group of children in period dress. The house on the right is Ivy Cottage, now called Cobblestones, next to which is Brown Cow Farm House, now called Hawkslyn. This was formerly a public house. Hawksworth (Wesleyan) Methodist Chapel can be seen beyond Brown Cow Farm House.

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Joseph Peter Davey

The Brown Cow Farm House was formerly a public house and from c. 1895, when it's licence had been cancelled at the request of the village, to 1910 was tenanted by Joseph Davey. The furthest building on the left was part of the agricultural buildings of Brown Cow Farm and was demolished for building on following Joseph Davey's death in 1945.

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