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Search Aspect (Kensington Terrace )
Location - Leeds & District

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Entrance to Kensington Terrace, Main Street (Garforth)
Black & White imageUndated. Featured on the arch over Kensington Terrace, it has been suggested that there is a rememblance to Mr. George Rex, who built it, along with Newmarket Place and Newmarket Inn.
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Kensington Terrace, number 2, 'Mr. & Mrs. Jones & Friend' (Hyde Park) (5 comments)
Black & White imagec1880s. This image was taken between 1880 and 1890 by John Lees Sykes, a printer from Manchester. It is entitled 'Mr. & Mrs. Jones & Friend, Leeds' and shows a family seated outside a large victorian house. The census of 1891 lists William Hy Jones (aged 43 - a Commercial Traveller from Manchester), his wife, Elizabeth (aged 35,) their niece (aged 9), a Governess and a Domestic Servant, all residing at this address. Nowadays, this substantial property has been converted to flats. It is located at the corner with Kensington Terrace and Hyde Park Road.
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