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Search Aspect (St. Thomas )
Location - Leeds & District

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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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Mother's Union, belonging to St. Thomas's Church (Stanningley) (2 comments)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the members of the Mother's Union belonging to St. Thomas's Church in Stanningley Road. The tall lady on the left of the back wearing a hat, is Lillian Wincup, a teacher at the local school. Laura Matthews, also wearing a hat, is at the back on the right.
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North Street, Nos. 82-86 (Leylands)
Colour image14th December 2005. View of North Street, showing numbers 82-86 in a building situated between the junctions with St. Thomas Row, on the left, and Melbourne Street. No 82 on the right is Limited Editions, Period and Costume Bridal Wear, while in the centre no. 84 is the Leeds Chinese Community Centre. The premises at no. 86 on the left are boarded up. Photograph courtesy of James William Bell.
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Parish Church of St. Thomas, Town Street (Stanningley)
Colour image2000/2001 The image shows the parish church of St. Thomas, located in Town Street. The building dates from 1841 and is constructed in the Norman style with a square tower.
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Portrait of Reverend Charles Young (Rothwell)
Black & White imageUndated. Portrait of Reverend Charles Young taken in the drawing room of number 15, Park Lane, Rothwell. He was the vicar of St. Thomas's church, Stanningley until about 1955. Then he became Rector of St. Oswald's Church, Methley.
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