A series of 3 downloadable and searchable products to cover Admission Books for schools in Calderdale. The 3 areas covered are Central & North - East & South - West
All for C of E churches in Calderdale which were open before 1837 (except Christ Church, Todmorden), plus some Non-Conformist Registers - in downloadable format, indexed & searchable.
Burial Registers for municipal cemeteries in Calderdale.
Files published by Calderdale FHS, all in downloadable format.
Census Indexes, published by Calderdale FHS, in downloadable format.
A series of 3 products to cover names & details given in 74 school Log Books in Calderdale from 1872 to 1917. Over 30,000 entries on each downloadable file.
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We offer a number of Search Services. These cover the Halifax 1851 Census and BMDs from Parish Records of any C of E church in Calderdale open before 1837 (except Christ Church, Todmorden)
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The Metropolitan Borough of Calderdale lies in the western part of the modern county of West Yorkshire. The district of Calderdale approximates very nearly to that which was covered by the ancient parish of Halifax, but with the addition of the township of Todmorden and Walsden. The ancient parish of Halifax covered 124 square miles (reputedly the largest in England) and was divided into 23 townships, stretching from the Lancashire border in the west to Brighouse in the east. Today Calderdale comprises the modern day towns of the Upper Calder valley, from Todmorden in the west, through Hebden Bridge, Sowerby Bridge, Halifax, Elland, to Brighouse in the east. More details can be found on our web site.
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