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Search Aspect (Can you help?)
Location - Leeds & District

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[21]Can You Help: A. Woodcock, fruiterer and florist (Unknown) (1 comment)
Can You Help: A. Woodcock, fruiterer and floristUndated. View shows the shop of A. Woodcock, fruiterer and florist, but we are unsure of the location. Members of the Woodcock family lived in Rothwell in the early part of the 20th century and some later moved to the Woodhouse and Burley areas.
[22]Can You Help? - Whingate Road area (Wortley)
Can You Help? - Whingate Road areaUndated. Photograph shows two small boys, Martin Bridge aged about 3 and Robert Bridge (who supplied the image) aged about 2, possibly taken on the corner of Whingate Road and Albany Street, but it may have been one of the other streets in that area. Can anyone confirm this?
[23]Can You Help? - Home Guard, group photograph (Unknown) (1 comment)
Can You Help? - Home Guard, group photographc1943. View shows a group of Home Guard or Local Defence Volunteers during the Second World War. It is presumed to have been taken somewhere in Leeds as one of the men standing on the far right is Albert Bridge, who worked for the GPO in Leeds throughout the war and married there in 1943, but the exact location is unknown.