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Search Aspect ( Barker )
Location - Leeds & District

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Andrew Purcell Barker with wife Elizabeth (nee Witty) and family outside number 18 Bedford Place (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1904. View of Andrew Purcell Barker (born c1874) with his wife Elizabeth (nee Witty) outside their terraced home at number 18 Bedford Place. Wearing white starched pinafores are their four little girls. Edith (born 1898) is the eldest, on the right, and Hilda is standing on the the steps between her parents. The two youngest girls are Sally and Elizabeth. Andrew Purcell Barker was the son of Addyman Barker who also lived in Bedford Place at number 32. Prior to her marriage Elizabeth Witty lived with her family at number 21 Bedford Place. The photograph was taken by Andrew's brother, Adolphus Parkin Barker, a keen amateur photographer. Andrew Purcell Barker is listed on the 1901 census as a french polisher. At the time of the census he was living with his wife and two eldest children at his parents' home.
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Andrew Street, number 1, Gaines family (Hunslet) (9 comments)
Black & White imagec1904. View of the Gaines family standing outside their home at number 1 Andrew Street. From left to right is Maggie, daughter of Addyman Barker and born c1865, then Alice and her father, Billy Gaines. The houses in Andrew Street were back-to-back brick built terraced properties.
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Back Ashfield Road, J T Barker & Sons Ltd (Hunslet) (1 comment)
Black & White image22nd June 1964 The houses seen in the background left are situated in Back Ashfield Road behind these numbered lock-up garages. The garages are in a fenced yard adjacent to the premises of John Thoms Barker & Sons Ltd, Brass Founders & Finishers. In the background is the firm of Herbert Alexander & Co Ltd established for many years at the Hercules Engineering Works as brick and tile machine makers.
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Back Barker Square (Morley)
Black & White imageApril 1969, View of terraced houses no 17 Back Barker Square off Commercial Street. A line of washing hangs across the street and a trailer is on the road to the left.
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Back Barker Square nos. 15 - 17 (Morley)
Black & White imageApril 1969, View of terraced houses, numbers 15 and 17 Back Barker Square. Children are playing on the unmade road and a pile of bricks and rubble are in the foreground.
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