Haymaking at Horsehold: Gordon Sutcliffe's family

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Haymaking at Horsehold: Gordon Sutcliffe's family

Subject

person_local

Description

This photograph shows Gordon's family haymaking at Horsehold using a horse drawn hay cart. On the right is Gordon's granddad, in the forefront is the local GP Dr Appleyard who lived at The Grange, On top of the cart is Gordon's father George Henry, and on the left his uncle.
Gordon's Childhood and family. Frederick Gordon Sutcliffe was born on 29 November 1928 at Horsehold Hebden Bridge. He was the oldest child of George Henry and Hilda. He had a sister Jessie May and and a younger brother Edwin. His father was a farmer . Jessie still lives in Heptonstall The family lived in and around Hebden Bridge and Blackshaw throughout his childhood. He attended Mytholm Church of England School from 1933 moving to Central Street School in 1939.

Date

c1920's:taken

Contributor

Made available by: Dorothy Sutcliffe, Four Winds, Blackshaw Head, HX7 7JJ
Edited by: Monica and Ged Haley SHED members

Format

jpg

Language

English

Type

Scanned still image

Identifier

Omeka item id: 112
Original file name: Gordon Sutcliffe's Grandad-right and Dr Appleyard_1920.jpg

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Gordon Sutcliffe's Grandad-right and Dr Appleyard_1920.jpg

Citation

“Haymaking at Horsehold: Gordon Sutcliffe's family,” SHED (Blackshaw Local History Group) Archive, accessed May 27, 2018, http://blackshawhistory.org/items/show/112.

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