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Garfield Place nos. 24, 26

Garfield Place nos. 24, 26
Undated, Image shows two double fronted back-to-back terraced houses flanked by shared outside toilet yards. In the foreground is a grassed area.

User Comments:

Frank Marsden

We lived at 26 for a couple of years moving to Waterloo Lane Bramley in 1936. John (Jack ) and Helen (Nell ) Marsden, me and my sister Barbara. We had moved here from 2 Crimbles Road Pudsey. In 1952 my parents moved back to Pudsey to take over The King's Arms pub. I attended Pudsey Grammar form 1942 to 1948. #24 was owned by a family called Barker... absolutely wonderful neighbours.

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David Hunton

My Grandparents (Norman & Gertie Hunton) lived at No.26 from the First World War period to at least the mid 1920's along with my Father Douglas (b.1919) & his sister Dot. The neighbours then were called Caton.




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