The links below are to other web sites that may be of interest in connection with either the Coiners or the local area and it's history.
These are by no means exhaustive, so if you would like your web site to be included here please let me know by using the contact link in the header of this page.
Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion - A fantastic resource with information on every conceivable aspect of life, people, places and the history of Calderdale.
Calderdale Council - Weaver to Web - The online visual archive of Calderdale Council covering local and family history.
Bell House - Coiners Barn - Enjoy a stay at the old home of 'King' David Hartley himself in the superbly restored Coiners Barn at Bell House Farm.
Hebden Bridge Local History Society - Details of the activities, archives, publications and picture galleries of the Local History Society.
Charlestown History Group - The group has now disbanded but the site is maintained by the Hebden Bridge LHS and is a valuable resource.
Cragg Vale Community History Group - Part of the Cragg Vale Community Association, the group meets regularly to discuss local topics of interest.
The Mytholmroyd Net - News and information from the area surrounding Mytholmroyd.
Last Coiner Movie - The official website to Duchy Parade Films planned feature film 'The Last Coiner'. Keep up to date with developments and play the 'Coins and Nooses' game.
Ian King - Shedrock - The works of Ian King, the poetic farmer from the hills above Cragg Vale, which includes 'Yorkshire Coiners' and can be heard on the web site.
Steve Tilston - Singer, songwriter and guitarist whose 2008 album 'Ziggurat' included the track 'King of the Coiners'.
National Archives - The National Archives located at Kew contain many of the original documents and records relating to the Yorkshire Coiners.
West Yorkshire Archive Service - Francis Leylands original collection of documents which aroused the interest of Henry Ling Roth can be found in this archive.
Sheffield Archives - The Wentworth Woodhouse Muniments include many of the letters sent by Charles Watson Wentworth (Lord Rockingham) on the subject of the Yorkshire Coiners.