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Search Aspect ( St. James'' Church )
Location - Leeds & District

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Church Street in the direction of Wetherby Parish Church of St.Jame's (Wetherby)
Colour image16th March 2005. Hanging baskets containing winter flowering pansies decorate the shop frontages of Church Street. The view looks towards Wetherby Parish Church. At number 2 Church Street, pictured right, are Goggies for fine linens and drapery and the Green Frog Gallery for original art and bespoke framing. Businesses on the left include A to J Lingerie and Sunday's Child for children's clothing at number 1 Church Street.
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Manston St. James' Church and graveyard, from north-west (Cross Gates)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Manston Old Church, dedicated to St. James, and its surrounding graveyard, seen from the north-west. This church was to be replaced by a larger one in 1913 to accommodate the growing congregation. Both were situated on the same site on Church Lane.
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Manston St. James' Church and graveyard, from north-west (Cross Gates)
Black & White imageUndated. View of the old Manston St. James' Church and its accompanying graveyard, seen from the north-west. This church, which was built in 1847, was replaced by a larger one in 1913 on the same site on Church Lane just slightly to the north-east.
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Manston St. James' Church and graveyard, from south-west (Cross Gates)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Manston St. James' Church and graveyard, situated on Church Lane, seen here from the south-west. This was the old church, dating from 1847, which was replaced in 1913 by a new church just a little to the north-east. This building was later demolished.
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Manston St. James' Church, exterior view from south-west (Cross Gates)
Black & White imagec1900-01. Exterior view of the old Manston Church, dedicated to St. James, seen from the south-west. The church was consecrated by the Bishop of Ripon, Dr. C.T. Longley, on 4th November 1847, and its first incumbent was the Rev. Hugh Staples Hamilton who held the position for 50 years. By the early 20th century the church had become too small for the growing population and a new church was built to the side. This church was closed in 1913 when the new one opened and was subsequently demolished by 1925.
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