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Location - Leeds & District

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Mr. and Mrs. James Vennard outside their home, Tannery Cottage (Meanwood)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows Mr. and Mrs. James Vennard outside their home, Tannery Cottage, located off the south side of Green Road. It was adjacent to the Highbury works, formerly Meanwood Tannery. James Vennard (1863-1932) had been a City of Leeds policeman. He married Emily Bradley on the 7th October 1896 and they went on to have nine children. The Leeds Directory for 1927 lists James Vennard as a confectioner and in charge of Meanwood Town Sub-Post, M.O. and P.O. & Telephone Call Office ( Meanwood Post Office). This was located on the east side of Stonegate Road at number 2.
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Tannery Cottage, off Green Road (Meanwood)
Black & White imageUndated. View of Tannery Cottage, a stone-built property located off the south side of Green Road, adjacent to Highbury Works (Robert Jowitt & Sons, Fellmongers). At this time Tannery Cottage was occupied by James Vennard (1863-1932) and his wife, Emily (nee Bradley). They married on the 7th October 1896 and went on to raise a family of nine children. James Vennard was a City of Leeds policeman. The 1927 Directory of Leeds lists him as a confectioner and in charge of Meanwood Post Office at number 2 Stonegate Road, Meanwood. Mr. and Mrs. Vennard can be seen, looking out of the upstairs window on the right.
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