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Headingley College, postcard (Headingley)
Colour imagec1906. Colour-tinted postcard with a postal date of 29th July 1906 showing Headingley College off Headingley Lane. This Wesleyan Methodist College for the training of missionaries was opened in 1886. It is now (2011) a pastoral and conference centre for the Diocese of Leeds and has been renamed Hinsley Hall.
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Headingley College, postcard (Headingley)
Colour imageUndated. Colour-tinted postcard showing Headingley College, the Wesleyan Methodist training college for missionaries opened in 1886. Situated off Headingley Lane, it is now known as Hinsley Hall and is a pastoral and conference centre of the Diocese of Leeds.
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Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaque (Headingley)
Colour imageJuly 2005. View shows a memorial plaque on the floor of Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives bearing the inscription, "In Proud and Loving Memory of Old St. Anne's Boys who gave their lives for their country in the Great War 1914-1919. On either side of it are circular plaques listing the names of those who lost their lives.
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Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaque (Headingley)
Colour imageJuly 2005. View shows the first of two circular plaques bearing the names of old St. Anne's Boys who lost their lives serving their country during the First World War. The plaques are located on the floor of a room in the Catholic Archives at Hinsley Hall off Headingley Lane. Names included are Bendelow, Brigham, Brennan, Bayldon (2), Brown, Boland, Burke (2), Barry, Connolly, Connell, Cullen, Diamond, Dunne (2), Donnelly, Eagin, Essex, Finnerty, Ford (2), Fowler, Foulis, Fleming, Farley, Foster, Fenton, Gallivan, Gilligan (3), Gallagher, Greville, Galli, Garbutt, Golesworthy, Geraghty, Hall, Horan, Hartley, Hushen, Hart, Ivers, Jacquemot, Johnson and Kelly (5).
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Hinsley Hall Catholic Archives, memorial plaque (Headingley)
Colour imageJuly 2005. View shows the second of two circular plaques bearing the names of old St. Anne's Boys who lost their lives serving their country during the First World War. The plaques are located on the floor of a room in the Catholic Archives at Hinsley Hall off Headingley Lane. Names included are Killeen, Kent, Kenny, Keenan, Killion, Keene, Lee (3), Lennahan (2), Leary, McDermott, McIntyre, McGuire, Molloy, Mongan, Mitchell, Morgan, Mervin, Morris, Newton, O'Neill, Oakes, O'Connor, O'Brien, Owen, Pugh, Price, Roddy, Riley, Roberts, Strangeway, Sandford, Scott, Tobin, Thompson, Townend, Timlin, Vasey, Valette, Viney, Whiteley, White, Winn, Welsh, Whittaker, Whelan and Wilson.
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