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Remembering Music at Ickornshaw and a Dear Friend - Alice Smith
Howard Benson - December 2007
BACK TO 1900
by Pearl Green (nee Garnett) 1969
Sent to Cowlingweb by: Margaret Winifred Green Yao - Daughter Of Pearl Green. (Sept 07)
Extracts from reminiscences of Stuart (Aubrey) Brenchley as an evacuee in Cowling, Yorkshire
Added to Cowlingweb: July 2007
Humble Beginnings of an Artistic Master - E Owen Jennings
Carolyn M Gilbody marks the centenary of one of the Dales' most respected painters.
Dalesman - December 1999
Supplied by: Mrs Anne Akeroyd
A WORTHY COWLING OCTOGENARIAN
HARD TIMES RECALLED
INSTRUMENTALIST, VOCALIST, & HYMN WRITER
Taken from Craven Herald 1st July 1932. (Marian Swales's scrapbook).
Christopher (Kit) Wilcock
COWLING NEWS: 12.5.1944
A Short Memoir Of The Late Mr John Laycock
Local Organ Builder.
Supplied by: Dr John Laycock, Hants.
Memories of Cowling village!
By James "Jimmylad" Metcalfe. July 2005
MEMORIES OF COWLING
By Mrs. Patricia Tilley of Colne (formerly Pat Snowden, sister of Dawn) Sept. 2006
PHILIP SNOWDEN (1864-1937)
British politician and the first Labour Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Viscount Philip Snowden Memoriam Service Sheet.
Supplied by: Joan Tindale.

Centenary tribute by an old admirer to Philip Snowden of Ickornshaw
By Arthur Booth. From Keighley News, Saturday July 11 1964

The Weaver's Lad who became a Viscount
The Dalesman: Febuary 1984. Supplied by: Dr John Laycock, Hants.
I felt we were walking through a magical tunnel
By Lynda Bidston from Bootle, Merseyside, remembers moving to Yorkshire at the start of the big freeze in 1947
The Marchbanks of Cowling
Supplied by: Robert Wildeman
COWLING PAST AND PRESENT. BY ALFRED TEAL.
Reprinted from the "WEST YORKSHIRE PIONEER ", November 1902.
Supplied By: Mrs Anne Akeroyd
 
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