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Harwood, Lancashire

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    Harwood, Lancashire: OS Grid Reference(375500,411500)

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    University of Leeds

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    Ellis, Stanley (male, SED fieldworker)

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    Morris, Polly (b.1882, female, barmaid)

  • Description

    Polly relates a couple of amusing anecdotes concerning friends who thought they had seen a ghost at Harwood church. It is presumed The Nab and The Finisher’s Arms are names of public houses. Ainsworth is a village to the south of Harwood, west of Bolton.

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