Castleford High School Art and Drama Department
For the use of their Sony Mavica Digital Camera in the early stages, so useful for taking Archive pictures with flash restrictions.
For the use of his tripod.
For providing photographs old and new taken by her Father (Barry Seage)
For his patient direction and assistance in setting up the web site and continuing support. Also for his photographic assistance at the Archives and in this village.
Nellie & Walter Minett
For some research contributions and some sound advice.
For providing photographs and the loan of her Fathers British Empire Medal
For providing photographs re Savile locos and Pre war Savile Surface also layouts of the three railway stations and the iron bridge.
Reverend Gill Lurie
for permission to take and publish interior photographs of St Oswalds Church.
For obtaining information in relation to the Chapels.
For Photographs and family information.
Margaret Williams (Flockton)
For School Photographs.
For Photographs re Caroline Bridge
For Photographs and Publications of Haydn Duggan
Marjorie Ward (Yelland)
For photographs and information of Bernard Ward
Steve Thackray (No.2 Son)
For the use of his computer
For a comprehensive amount of information re Edward Shippen. (Debbie lives in Philadelphia and is related to my wife Mary- many thanks Debbie.
For photos re Low Common and the five arches (river calder)
For information and photographs of Savile Colliery
Kath Hodgson (Russell)
for photos of Mickletown and Churchside Schools, also information and photos relating to her late Father, Bram Russell.
In Staffordshire (formerly of Methley) for providing me with information on the Savile family enabling me to complete the page on Lords of the Manor. Along with photographs of the Hall, School and the village in general.
Barry can be contacted on email@example.com
For School photographs and photos of the coronation ‘53
For photograph of School Prefects
For a welcome re-write of the page on geology appertaining to Methley
Photograph album and cuttings re – Castleford RUFC – thanks Dave.
For a number of photographs and copies of papers relating to Methley Hall and the Lords of the Manor.
Don continues to provide information, he also let me have sight of the booklet – Methley and Mickletown Churches – Pat usually makes a cup of tea.
Dorothy Fenton (Wheeler)
Photos of Mickletown School.
A small collection of photographs re the school and church along with some good reminiscences.
Was able to give background details re the Stay down strike and also a copy of the poem written about the Methley Junction mining disaster.
More photos and information on Castleford RUFC at Pinfold Lane, Methley
Joe provided copies of photos of Methley North, a picture of the Minstrels Gallery, and information re St. Oswalds. More to come.
Donation of a Computer and flat screen – Very many thanks Tony.
Good photos from Jack.
Photographs of Hunts farm 1930’s
Photos of Savile Pit before closure.
Photos of Methley Junction past
Photographs of the Scarecrow Trail for publication
Thanks Peter for the comprehensive collection of papers in regard to Wilfred Howson on the wartime page.
For research into the history of George Webster during the WW1 conflagration.
Many thanks to Dave, from Otley, for providing me with photos of his father’s wartime exploits (WW2) and a brief of the Elliott family.
James provided me with some photographs and a brief history of Fred Bedford.
Janet gave me access to a collection of postcards saved by the Mitchell family of Methley dating back to the first years of the 20th century