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

[1]
Charles Young with his wife, May (Unknown)
Colour imageUndated. Image shows the Reverend Charles Young with his wife, May. He was the vicar of St. Thomas's Church Stanningley until 1955 and then became the Rector of St. Oswald's Church, Methley. The photograph was taken in the drawing room of number 15, Park Lane, Rothwell.
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Church Side, St. Oswald's Church (Methley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Church Side showing St. Oswald's Church, the parish church of Methley. A church has stood on this site for over 1000 years, with remains of Saxon foundations existing under the present floor; the Doomesday Book also mentions a church and priest in the village. Most of the present building is about 600-700 years old, but the spire shown here dates from the end of the 18th century; it was removed in 1937.
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Church Street, St. Oswald's Church (Guiseley)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Guiseley Parish Church, St. Oswald's, on Church Street, seen from Town Gate. The Lych Gate is on the right and the Clock Tower is seen prominently.
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Church Street, St. Oswald's Church, Lych Gate (Guiseley)
Black & White imageUndated. View showing the Lych Gate of St. Oswald's Church with the Clock Tower of the Church itself seen behind. The church, which dates back to Norman times, is situated on Church Street.
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Moor Road, St Oswald's Parish Hall, demolition (Hunslet)
Black & White image27th May 1983. View showing part of St. Oswald's Parish Hall in the process of demolition. Formerly a Sunday School, it was situated on the opposite side of Moor Road to St. Oswald's Mission Church, which had been demolished earlier.
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