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Great-grandfather Frank

Frank Marsden was born in 1871 to Jonathan Marsden (1843-1889) and Jane Marsden (Smithson, 1847-1913). In the 1871 census they were living at in 3 Church Gate, Brighouse, Yorkshire. In the 1891 census, Frank was a corn miller. He later … Continue reading

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8 ways Yorkshire has changed the world

Just a few contributions from God’s Own County! Heritage Calling Our capital city, London, is the heart of the political system and where power, protest and progress converge to make change a reality in law. However, the great ideas and … Continue reading

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9 Reasons to Look Up in Yorkshire

Looking up in God’s Own County… 😉 Heritage Calling You may think you know a place well, but if you take the opportunity to look up, you may be surprised at what you discover. To celebrate Yorkshire Day (1st August), … Continue reading

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Old stamping grounds, new look…

A few weeks ago we were up in Yorkshire briefly to visit family, and I thought we’d pop into Bradford on the way back to see what they’d done with the new City Park, having seen some pictures of this. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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