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Location - Leeds & District

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Leeds Register Office, Wedding (City Centre) (1 comment)
Black & White image18th January 1969 Photograph taken outside Leeds Register Office after the wedding of Policewoman Inspector Gillian Greenbank and Police Inspector Alan Stoneley. Sergeant Evelyn Essex is holding a radio in front of them. Photograph taken by Photopress (Leeds) Ltd.
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Park Square East, nos.10-12 (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1975-76. View of Park Square East showing nos. 10, 10A, 11 and 12. These are all Grade II listed buildings built c1790 by William Laurance, carpenter, joiner and architect, one of a number of speculative builders who had leased plots of land from the Wilson family to build high-class houses on. No.10 is on the left followed ny no.10A with the large entranceway, originally part of no.10. In the centre is no.11, here occupied by the Register Office for the registration of births, marriages and deaths in the Leeds district. It was once the home of Peter Fairbairn, engineer and later Mayor of Leeds. The smaller building on the right is no.12.
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Park Square, East (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image25th July 1949. Numbers 8 to 12 Park Square East, containing the offices of various professionals, including at number 11, The Register Office, which has three people waiting outside, (one has a camera). Three cars are parked outside. Above the buildings, the clock of Leeds Town Hall is visible (far left).
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Register Office, Belgrave Street (City Centre)
Black & White imageOctober 1979 Leeds Register Office, Belgrave House, Belgrave Street for registration of births, deaths and marriages. This building was officially opened by Lord Mayor Harry Booth on 3rd March 1979. It replaced former office on Park Square.
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Register Office, Belgrave Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Black & White image1st October 1979. Leeds Register Office, Belgrave House, Belgrave Street. Replaced former office in Park Square, for registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Leeds Register Office is now in the Town Hall (2007).
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