History of the far-famed Howley Hall, near Batley, Yorkshire, and it"s environs.
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History of the far-famed Howley Hall, near Batley, Yorkshire, and it"s environs.

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Published by James Fearnsides in Batley .
Written in English

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This is now evident as a shallow trench like depression 1m wide resulting from the later robbing out of the stone. It is suggested that Howley Hall was built in the latter part of the 16th century probably between and and became one of the finest country houses of the Elizabethan period in Yorkshire. Howley Hall is within minutes of the M62 and M1 on the outskirts of Leeds - it's the ideal golf course in a perfect location for golf societies and visiting parties. There is always a warm welcome at Howley Hall. More than a great golf course, with probably the best four finishing holes in Yorkshire, it is the perfect venue for all occasions. The Howley Hall and Lady Anne’s Well walk is one of several available for booking from Heritage Education. To see a complete list, click here. An outline of the walk. This walk looks at a small area of greenbelt between Batley and Morley (West Yorkshire, UK). For such a small area it is rich in both history and folklore. Howley Hall, a hamlet in Morley township, Batley parish, W. R Yorkshire, 3½ miles NNE of Dewsbury. Transcribed from The Comprehensive Gazetteer of England & Wales, Land and Property.

SAVILE, Sir John (/), of Howley Hall, Batley, Yorks. Published in The History of Parliament: the House of Commons , ed. Andrew Thrush and John P. Ferris, Available from Cambridge University Press. Batley is a market town in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire, lies 7 miles (11 km) south-east of Bradford, 7 miles (11 km) south-west of Leeds and 1 mile (2 km) north of Dewsbury, near the M62 motorway. Historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, in its two wards (Batley East and Batley West) had a combined population of 38, Batley, a municipal town, a township, and a borough partly comprised within the parliamentary borough of Dewsbury, and a parish in the W.R. of Yorkshire. The town adjoins the L. & N.W.R., Leeds and Manchester section, and has a station here. The G.N.R. also has a station here on their line from Bradford to Leeds, Ossett, and Wakefield. It would appear that the lordship entered the Lacy family of Cromwellbottom as a record shows that the lord of Midgley in the early 's was a Hugh Lacy (probably a cadet line of the Norman De Laci family of Pontefract). Hugh was the son of Gilbert and was born about at Brearley Hall .

House History I am searching the history of my house. The house and the surrounding area was sold in by Anne Wharton to messrs Kilburn. I have traced back to when the area was owned by J. Wharton, The building became two cottages in previously it had been a warehouse. I am trying to find out what the warehouse was used for. The interior of the house has been largely remodelled and the present owner has inserted a considerable quantity of ancient panelling of excellent design brought from Howley Hall, near Morley. Some of the original panelling, however, remains in the dining room, and the staircase to the attics retains its original flat pilaster balusters. Born Ireland Have found them both on UK census, in Batley with children Bridget a Mich Kate 8, John 7, William 3 and Mary the children were born in born and Joseph born , after that census,still in Batley. How far is it from Batley to the South Pole? From Batley to the South Pole, it is 9, mi (15, km) in the north. Antipode: , Where do I get to when I dig a hole in Batley through the centre of the earth? This is the point on the Earth's surface when you draw a straight line from Batley through the centre of the earth.