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Search Aspect (ROSE VILLA )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bundle's College, bill to parent (Churwell)
Black & White imageDecember 1894. This image shows a bill sent to a parent from Bundle's College, an educational establishment for young boys, founded in 1889 by Frederick Bundle B.A. The school was housed in Morley Grange, formerly a private dwelling. The bill was addressed to Mr. William Hudson Esq., who was a corn miller from Horsforth, and who resided in Rose Villa on Scotland Lane. He had two sons attending Bundle's College; George William who would have been 13 and John Rowland who was 11 years old. (Source, 1891 census). The bill is for the quarter session up to December 1894 and it includes the cost of board, the biggest expenditure, and the cost of tuition and materials such as 'drawing materials'. Mr. Hudson was also billed for laundry, shoe repairs and tailoring. Research by Ronnie Barraclough. Photograph rom the David Atkinson Archive.
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Church Lane, from Green Lane (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. View looking west towards the rear of buildings on Church Lane from the entrance to Green Lane. In the foreground is part of Atkinson's Farm, now the site of The Podger public house. In the centre background is St. Mary's Church while in front of this is a large house named Rose Villa. This is now the site of Rose Court.
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Garden of Rose Villa, Slaid Hill (Shadwell)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows a member of the Haigh family in the garden of her home, Rose Villa in Slaid Hill. Houses on Brandon Terrace can be seen in the background.
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Moorlands ( Rose Villa ) (Boston Spa)
Black & White imageUndated. This fine residence was probably considerably smaller originally and dates from around 1820 - 30. New Wings were added in the 1850s - 60s. Sir Thomas Woolleston White (Bart) lived here and probably enlarged the frontage. It was divided in the 1950's with one residence at the back. Another house was converted from a stable and another built in the 1960s. On an O.S. map for 1980 Moorlands is numbered 1 to 4 and the stone built properties, right are numbered 5 and 6. The Moorlands is located not far from the High Street. The view is in the direction of the River Wharfe.
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Rose Villa, Church Lane (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Rose Villa, a substantial house with a conservatory, accessed from Church Lane via a narrow entrance to the east of St. Mary's Church beside a row of terraced houses. At one time it employed servants from the locality. The house was demolished and an estate of semi-detached and detached homes in a development called Rose Court is now on the site.
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